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Dempa Shimbunsha

Overview

Dempa Micomsoft was the software division of publishing company Dempa Shimbunsha. In 1993, it was broken off as a separate company, though fully owned by Dempa.

Apart from programming games, with Dempa earning a high reputation for its arcade conversions, it also made joysticks and other hardware. The company now remains as Micomsoft Co., Ltd., with TV scan converters as its main business.

Games

Alien Sector(1995)
Video Game: Anthology - Vol. 12: Dig Dug / Dig Dug II(1995)
Pac-Land(1994)
Star Luster(1994)
Video Game: Anthology - Vol. 10: Mr. Do! / Mr. Do! v.s Unicorns(1994)
Rygar(1994)
Video Game: Anthology - Vol. 8: Exciting Hour / Shusse Ōzumō(1994)
Psycho Pigs UXB(1993)
Video Game: Anthology - Vol. 5: Crazy Climber / Crazy Climber 2(1993)
Star Force(1993)
Chelnov: Atomic Runner(1993)
Libble Rabble(1993)
Video Game: Anthology - Vol. 1: Terra Cresta / Moon Cresta(1992)
Alien Syndrome(1992)
On the Ball(1991)
Ancient Ys Vanished(1991)
Galaga '88(1990)
Bubble Bobble(1990)
Motos(1989)
Fantasy Zone(1989)
After Burner II(1989)
Toy Pop(1989)
Dragon Spirit(1988)
Genpei Tōma Den(1988)
Issural: The Story of Calvan(1988)
Super Xevious(1987)
Popins(1987)
Space Harrier(1987)
Dragon Buster(1987)
Sofia(1987)
Dark Storm: Demon Crystal III(1987)
Bosconian(1986)
Knither: Demon Crystal II(1986)
Grobda(1986)
Battle City(1986)
Super Zenon: Defender Force Gamma5(1986)
Tower of Druaga, The(1985)
BurgerTime(1985)
Galaga(1985)
Bump 'N' Jump(1985)
Mappy(1984)
Exerion(1984)
Xevious(1984)
Demon Crystal, The(1984)
Moon Patrol(1984)
New Rally-X(1984)
Galaxian(1983)
Pac-Man(1983)
Dig Dug(1983)

Trivia

Dempa Shimbunsha literally means "Radio Wave Newspaper Publisher Company", which is how they are listed in Generation MSX's developer register.

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