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Toshio Tabeta

Also Known As

  • T. Tabeta

Game Credits


Air (2000)   (Producer (プロデューサー))
Black/Matrix Advanced (1999)   (Producers (プロデューサー))
Black/Matrix (1998)   (Producer)
Dōkyūsei 2 (1995)   (Producers (プロデューサー))
Dragon Knight & Graffiti (1995)   (Producers (プロデューサー))
Dragon Knight 4 (1994)   (Producer (プロデューサー))
Dragon Knight III (1994)   (Producer)
Quiz Avenue III (1994)   (Producer (プロデュース))
Cal III (1993)   (Producer (プロデューサー))
Sotsugyō: Graduation (1993)   (Executive Producer (エグザクティブプロデューサー))
Dōkyūsei (1992)   (Producer (プロデューサー))
Cal II (1991)   (Producer)
Down Load 2 (1991)   (Produce)
Dragon Knight II (1991)   (Producer (プロデューサー))
Hellfire S (1991)   (Producer)
Quiz Avenue (1991)   (Producers (プロデュース))
Quiz Avenue II (1991)   (Producer (プロデュース))
Splash Lake (1991)   (Producer)
Bonanza Bros. (1990)   (Producer)
Darius Alpha (1990)   (Producer)
Down Load (1990)   (Produce)
Dynasty Wars (1989)   (Producer)
Hyper Dyne: Side Arms Special (1989)   (Produced by)
Sagaia (1989)   (Produce)
Son Son II (1989)   (Director)
Strider (1989)   (Executive Producer)
Altered Beast (1988)   (Producer)
Forgotten Worlds (1988)   (Supervisor)
Gain Ground (1988)   (Producer)
After Burner II (1987)   (Producer)
Darius+ (1987)   (Producer)
Rainbow Islands (1987)   (Producers)
ThunderBlade (1987)   (Producer)


Monster Maker: Yami no Ryū Kishi (1994)   (Planning (企画))
Splash Lake (1991)   (Stage Data)


BurgerTime (1982)   (Arranged by)
Pac-Man (1980)   (Program arranged by)


Dōkyūsei 2 (1995)   (Scenario (脚本))
Monster Maker: Yami no Ryū Kishi (1994)   (Scenario (シナリオ))
Quiz Avenue II (1991)   (Question Creation (問題作成))


Hellfire S (1991)   (Computer Animation)
Darius Alpha (1990)   (Graphic Composer)
Darius+ (1987)   (Graphic Composer)


Rainbow Islands (1987)   (Music Recording)

Public Relations

Mahjong on the Beach (1993)   (Promotion)


Fantasy Zone (1986)   (Special Thanks)
Space Harrier (1985)   (Special Thanks to)

Developer Biography

Toshio Tabeta (多部田俊雄) is the founder and executive director of publisher Prototype. He was previously a producer at NEC Avenue and later NEC Interchannel until he left in 2006 to establish Prototype. Before that he was a columnist for computer magazine Monthly MyCom, and also programmed a handful of games.

Last updated: Aug 09, 2011