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.