Sanritsu Denki Co., Ltd.

Moby ID: 6139

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Part of the industrial company Sanritsu Electronics, co. ltd., the Sanritsu games division worked mainly as one of Sega's many subcontractors, developing arcade games as well as porting them to home systems. In 1991, the games division was spun off into a joint venture with Sega, called SIMS.

Credited on 33 Games from 1979 to 2008

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Sega Ages 2500: Vol.33 - Fantasy Zone: Complete Collection (2008 on PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3)
Fantasy Zone (1991 on Game Gear)
Line of Fire (1991 on SEGA Master System)
CrossFire (1990 on NES)
Golfamania (1990 on SEGA Master System)
Alien Storm (1990 on Windows, Genesis, Amiga...)
Aerial Assault (1990 on SEGA Master System)
Assault City (1990 on SEGA Master System)
James "Buster" Douglas Knockout Boxing (1990 on SEGA Master System)
Slap Shot (1990 on SEGA Master System)
Tennis Ace (1989 on SEGA Master System)
Tongue of the Fatman (1989 on DOS, Genesis, Commodore 64)
ESWAT: Cyber Police (1989 on Amiga, Atari ST, SEGA Master System...)
Wanted (1989 on SEGA Master System)
Bomber Raid (1989 on SEGA Master System)
Dynamite Duke (1989 on Genesis, SEGA Master System, Sharp X68000...)
Shadow Dancer (1989 on Amiga, Atari ST, SEGA Master System...)
Tetris (1988 on Genesis, Arcade)
Gain Ground (1988 on Windows, Genesis, SEGA Master System...)
Town & Country Surf Designs: Wood & Water Rage (1988 on NES)

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