Elf Co., Ltd.

Moby ID: 3843

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Elf Corporation was founded on on April 27, 1989 in Tokyo by Masato Hiruta, Atsushi Kanao, and Toshihiro Abiru, a group of game designers that split off FairyTale. The company specializes in developing and publishing erotic games in various genres. Adult content in their games tends to be rather softcore; several Elf titles have been ported to console systems with adult scenes removed.

Elf's most popular games are the dating adventure Dōkyūsei (1992) and its sequels and spin-offs, as well as the role-playing game series Dragon Knight, the third installment of which has been officially translated into English and released in Western countries.

Credited on 42 Games from 1989 to 2022

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Great Deceiver (2022 on Windows)
Dōkyūsei: Bangin' Summer (2022 on Windows)
Words Worth: XP Taiōban (2004 on Windows)
Kakyūsei 2 (2004 on Windows)
Lime Iro Senkitan: Jun - Meiji Nihon, Otome Sakimorisu. (2004 on PlayStation 2)
Lime Iro Senkitan: Jun - Meiji Nihon, Otome Sakimorisu. (DX Pack) (2004 on PlayStation 2)
Words Worth (1999 on Windows)
Dōkyūsei Mahjong (1997 on PlayStation)
Yu-No: Kono Yo no Hate de Koi o Utau Shōjo (1996 on Windows, SEGA Saturn, PC-98)
DE・JA (1996 on TurboGrafx CD)
Kakyūsei (1996 on Windows, SEGA Saturn, Macintosh...)
Isaku (1995 on PC-98)
Dragon Knight & Graffiti (1995 on TurboGrafx CD)
Dōkyūsei 2 (1995 on Windows, PlayStation, SNES...)
Mahjong Dōkyūsei (1995 on Arcade)
Mahjong Dōkyūsei Special (1995 on SEGA Saturn, Arcade)
Metal Eye 2 (1994 on PC-98, FM Towns)
Dragon Knight III (1994 on TurboGrafx CD)
Nonomura Byōin no Hitobito (1994 on SEGA Saturn, PC-98, FM Towns)
Dragon Knight 4 (1994 on PlayStation, SNES, PC-FX...)

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