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Masanobu Endō

Also Known As

  • Evezoo End
  • Evezoo
  • Eve200 End
  • Masanobu Endoh

Game Credits


Airs Adventure (1996)   (Executive Producer)
Family Circuit '91 (1991)   (Director)
Itadaki Street: Watashi no Omise ni Yotte tte (1991)   (Supervise)
Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom (1988)   (Executive Producer)
Grobda (1984)   (Produced by)
The Tower of Druaga (1984)   (Executive Producer)
Wizardry: Legacy of Llylgamyn - The Third Scenario (1983)   (Executive Producer)
Wizardry: Knight of Diamonds - The Second Scenario (1982)   (Executive Producer)
Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord (1981)   (Executive Producer)


Airs Adventure (1996)   (Map)
The Tower of Druaga (1992)   (Game Designer)
Family Circuit '91 (1991)   (Game Design)
Family Circuit (1988)   (Game Design (ゲームデザイン))
The Quest of Ki (1988)   (Direct)
Mobile Suit Z Gundam: Hot Scramble (1986)   (Game Design)
The Return of Ishtar (1986)   (Game Design / Character Coding / Game Story)
Metro Cross (1985)   (Game Designer)
Grobda (1984)   (Game Designer)
The Tower of Druaga (1984)   (Game Designer)


Airs Adventure (1996)   (Tools Program)
Family Circuit (1988)   (Private Car Traveling Program (マイカーそうこうプログラム))
The Quest of Ki (1988)   (Coding)


Airs Adventure (1996)   (Screenplay Assist)
The Quest of Ki (1988)   (Original story)
The Tower of Druaga (1984)   (Original Story)


Airs Adventure (1996)   (Map Modelling)
Family Circuit (1988)   (Character Design (キャラクターデザイン))
The Quest of Ki (1988)   (Character)
Mobile Suit Z Gundam: Hot Scramble (1986)   (Character Coding)
The Tower of Druaga (1984)   (Original Character)


Tetris 2 + BomBliss (1991)   (Thanks to)
Wizardry: Bane of the Cosmic Forge (1990)   (Special Thanks to...)


Columns (1990)   (Game Studio)
Xevious (1982)   (Assist)

Developer Biography

Masanobu Endō is best known for designing and programming the groundbreaking shoot'em up, Xevious. He went on to design Tower of Druaga and its sequels, before leaving Namco to form his own company, Game Studio.

Last updated: Jul 21, 2006