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dB-SOFT Inc. (デービーソフト株式会社) was a Japanese software developer. Established in 1980 as Computer Land Hokkaido (株式会社コンピューターランド北海道) releasing software under the セブンターキー brand. In 1984 they changed their name to dB-SOFT.
They initially released video games for various home computers like the MSX, FM-7, X1 and NEC PC platforms and later the Famicom. Around the 1990s they changed focus to programming software and tools.
In 2001 they ceased operations after being merged into NetFarm Communications.
Credited on 16 Games from 1983 to 1990
|Flappy Special (1990 on Game Boy)|
|The Story of Melroon (1989 on PC-88, PC-98)|
|Flappy 2: The resurrection of Blue Star (1989 on Sharp X68000)|
|Tetsudō-ō (1987 on NES)|
|Produce (1987 on PC-88, PC-98, Sharp X1)|
|LayLa (1986 on NES)|
|177 (1986 on PC-88, Sharp X1)|
|Zunō Senkan Galg (1985 on NES)|
|Volguard II (1985 on NES, Wii)|
|King Flappy (1985 on PC-8000, Sharp X1, PC-98...)|
|Laptick (1985 on PC-8000, Sharp X1, PC-88...)|
|Volguard (1984 on MSX, PC-88, FM-7...)|
|Hyper Sports (1984 on NES, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum...)|
|Flappy (1983 on NES, MSX, Wii...)|
|Ice Block (1983 on PC-6001, Sharp X1, FM-7)|
|Zexas (1983 on PC-88, MSX, Hitachi S1...)|
- 2 games with NetFarm Communications, Inc.
- 1 game with Konami Corporation
- 1 game with Victor Entertainment Inc.
- 1 game with Casio Computer Co., Ltd.
- 1 game with D4Enterprise Co., Ltd.
- 1 game with Macadamia Soft