OverviewRodik was founded in 1994 as a software and multimedia production house, working both on their own projects and for other companies. Between 1994 and 1997 it developed and published two multimedia CD-ROM divination programs, To-Gen-Kiko and Kanetaka Shin-ichiro Seimeigaku-Jiten. It then spent the next two years developing its first and only game, the CD-ROM adventure game Cookie's Bustle. Following its release in 1999, Rodik transitioned into an R&D role; by 2001, its website indicated that it was now a purely R&D focused company and was no longer developing consumer-focused products. Rodik closed its doors sometime between 2003 and 2005.
|Kanetaka Shinichiro Seimeigaku-Jiten||(1994)|
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