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Tsutomu Fuzisawa

Also Known As

  • Tsutomu Fujisawa
  • 藤沢勉

Game Credits

Production

Chō Jikū Yōsai Macross: Ai Oboet... (1997)   (Producer (プロデューサー))
 

Design

Bio-Ship Paladin (1990)   (Game Design)
Gomola Speed (1990)   (Game Design)
Atomic Robo-Kid (1988)   (Game Design)
Rad Action (1987)   (Char. Design)
 

Art/Graphics

Bio-Ship Paladin (1990)   (Character Design)
Gomola Speed (1990)   (Character Design)
Atomic Robo-Kid (1988)   (Charactor Design)
 

Audio

Rad Action (1987)   (Sound Compose)
 

Thanks

Acrobat Mission (1991)   (Special Thanks)
 


Developer Biography

Tsutomu Fuzisawa (藤沢勉) was one of the key designers at developer UPL. He joined the company in 1984, and was involved with nearly every title the company produced, including Penguin-kun Wars, Atomic Robo-Kid, Gomola Speed, and Mutant Night, and was responsible for the iconic visual design found in many of UPL's titles. After UPL's bankruptcy in 1992, he started the development studio Scarab.

Fuzisawa sadly passed away in early 1998. His wife, Noriko, took charge of Scarab after that point, until it was eventually bought out by developer cavia.

Last updated: Apr 03, 2010