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D Wonderland Inc.


D Wonderland was founded in 1982 in Tokyo by two brothers, Toshirō and Eiji Yokoyama as T&E Soft. They are best known for their Hydlide series, as well as various golf games. In 2002 T&E was renamed D Wonderland. In 2003 Toshirō Yokoyama founded Digital Golf, which continued publishing games under T&E brand. As a result, D Wonderland is often named "Old T&E", while Digital Golf is referred to as "New T&E".

Also Known As

  • T&E Soft, Inc. (from 1982 to May, 2002)


Disney Golf(2002)
Swing Away Golf(2000)
Blaze & Blade: Eternal Quest(1998)
True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club(1998)
Harukanaru Augusta Masters '98(1997)
Jun Classic C.C. & Rope Club(1997)
Waialae no Kiseki: Extra 36 Holes(1997)
Bushi Seiryūden: Futari no Yūsha(1997)
Cu-On-Pa SFC(1996)
Pebble Beach no Hatō Plus(1996)
Pebble Beach no Hatō: New - Tournament Edition(1996)
Masters: Shin Harukanaru Augusta(1996)
3-D Tetris(1996)
Floating Runner: Quest for the 7 Crystals(1996)
Harukanaru Augusta 3: Masters - New(1995)
Red Alarm(1995)
Virtual Hydlide(1995)
Rise of the Robots(1994)
Shadow: War of Succession(1994)
Incredible Machine, The(1994)
Masters: Harukanaru Augusta 3(1994)
Stellar 7: Draxon's Revenge(1994)
Dragon's Lair(1994)
Pebble Beach Golf Links(1994)
Lode Runner Twin: Justy to Liberty no Daibōken(1994)
Lost Vikings, The(1993)
Masters: Harukanaru Augusta 2(1993)
Sword World SFC(1993)
Chikyū Kaihō Gun ZAS(1992)
Sword World PC(1992)
True Golf Classics: Wicked 18(1992)
Pebble Beach Golf Links(1992)
True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club(1991)
New 3D Golf Simulation: Eight Lakes G.C.(1990)
Harukanaru Augusta(1989)
Hydlide 3: Special Version(1989)
Undead Line(1989)
Laydock 2: Last Attack(1988)
Super Laydock: Mission Striker(1987)
Super Hydlide(1987)
DAIVA Story 6: Nirsartia no Gyokuza(1986)
Hydlide II: Shine of Darkness(1985)
Battle Ship Clapton II(1984)


The company name is taken from the initals of the founders Toshirō Yokoyama and Eiji Yokoyama. It has subsequently been reinterpreted as "Technology & Entertainment".

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