Glodia

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Glodia (グローディア) was a Japanese development studio founded in 1986 by Osamu Ikegame, a former programmer at Telenet Japan Co., Ltd.. Other known people who contributed to the studio's first game Lyrane (1986) were other Telenet colleagues, composer Nobuhito Koise and programmer Hiroyuki Kuwata. The RPG Emerald Dragon is considered the company's masterpiece and was ported to several platforms. Development on other titles continued until 1995 when Etemible was released.

All Glodia's titles were only released in Japan.

Credited on 13 Games from 1986 to 1995

Emerald Dragon (1995 on SNES)
Etemible: Tenjō Mukyū (1995 on PC-98)
Bible Master 2: The Chaos of Aglia (1994 on PC-98, FM Towns)
Alvaleak Bōkenki (1993 on PC-98)
Different Realm: Kuon no Kenja (1993 on PC-98)
Zavas II: The Prophecy of Mehitae (1993 on PC-98)
Vain Dream II (1992 on PC-98, FM Towns)
Die Bahnwelt (1992 on Sharp X68000)
Vain Dream (1991 on PC-88, PC-98, FM Towns)
Emerald Dragon (1989 on TurboGrafx CD, Sharp X68000, MSX...)
Zavas (1988 on PC-88, Sharp X68000, PC-98)
Testament (1987 on MSX, PC-88)
Lyrane (1986 on FM-7, PC-88)

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1986

Company founded by Osamu Ikegame.

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Between 1986 and 1995, the company developed 14 games, but none of them were released outside Japan.

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