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Atelier Double Inc. (株式会社アトリエドゥーブル) was started and headed by Toshiro Inoue (井上季郎) and established on December 26, 1986. [1] (Inoue also ran a company started in 2000 called Contents.)

Research Methods: Interviews, online resources (see Links), shared staff

CD-i[edit]

  • Mystic Midway (all programming) (JP Publisher: JIM)
  • Saitou Yuki Anniversary (all programming) (JP Publisher: JIM)
  • Tokyo Shiritsu Gakuen Juken Guide (all authoring) (JP Publisher: JIM)

Famicom/NES[edit]

  • A Ressha de Ikou (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Dragons of Flame (planning, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • The Bard's Tale: Tales of the Unknown (planning, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon, US Publisher: FCI)
  • The Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight (planning, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Double Moon Densetsu (sound?) (JP Publisher: Masaya)
  • Kujaku Ou 2 (all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Tamura Koushou Mahjong Seminar (all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Ultima: Seija e no Michi / Ultima: Quest of the Avatar (US localization) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon, US Publisher: FCI)
Developer: Infinity
  • Winter Games (all programming, all graphics, all sound) (US Publisher: Acclaim)

Famicom Disk System[edit]

  • Dandy: Zeuon no Fukkatsu (all planning, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Winter Games (all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Ponyca)

Game Boy[edit]

  • Aa Harimanada (all programming, all graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Ask Kodansha)
Planning, Production: Outback
  • Jungle Wars (all programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
Planning, Scenario: K-Idea
  • Pachinko Monogatari Gaiden (all programming, all graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: KSS)
Planning: Outback
  • Penguin Land (planning, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Soukoban / Boxxle (planning, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon, US Publisher: FCI)
  • Soukoban II / Boxxle II (planning, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon, US Publisher: FCI)
  • Wedding Peach (all programming, all graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: KSS)
Planning: Outback

Game Boy Advance[edit]

  • Estpolis Gaiden: Chinmoku no Iseki / Lufia: The Ruins of Lore (JP Publisher: Taito, US Publisher: Atlus)
  • Mermaid Melody: Pichi Pichi Pitch: Pichi Pichi Party (JP Publisher: Konami)
  • Godzilla: Kaijuu Dairantou Advance (localization?) (JP Publisher: Atari)
Developer: WayForward Technologies
  • Hyper Sports 2002 Winter / ESPN International Winter Sports 2002 / ESPN International Winter Sports (JP/US/EU Publisher: Konami)

Game Boy Color[edit]

  • The Black Onyx (JP Publisher: Taito)
  • Hello Kitty no Magical Museum (JP Publisher: Imagineer)
  • Jack no Daibouken: Daimaou no Gyakushuu / Quest: Brian's Journey (JP Publisher: Imagineer; US Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • Saru Puncher / Monkey Puncher (JP Publisher: Taito; EU Publisher: Evolution Entertainment)

GameCube[edit]

  • Disney Sports: Skateboarding (JP/US/EU Publisher: Konami) [2] [3]
Character Motion: Polygon Magic [4]; Background Modeling/Textures: Winds

Macintosh[edit]

  • Parking Meijin (all planning, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Teichiku)
  • The Bass Fishing (all program, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • The Sea Bass (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)

MSX2[edit]

  • A Ressha de Ikou (graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Fantasy Zone II (planning, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)

PC-98[edit]

  • Joshikou Seifuku Monogatari (production) (JP Publisher: KSS)
  • Ranma ½: Ougi Jaanken (production) (JP Publisher: Shogakukan Production)

PlayStation[edit]

  • Boku no Natsuyasumi: Summer Holiday 20th Century (programming) (JP Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
Game Design, Graphics: Millennium Kitchen; Production: Contrail; Cinematics: Kung Fu Master Production
  • Damdam Stompland (JP Publisher: Sony Music Entertainment)
  • Dokodemo Hamster 4: Doki Doki Sugoroku Daibouken! (JP Publisher: BEC)
  • Fish On! Bass (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
Graphics: Quintet
  • Harukanaru Toki no Naka de: Banjou Yuugi (JP Publisher: Koei)
  • Hanafuda Real 3D (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Kuma no Puutarou (sound) (JP Publisher: Shogakukan Production)
Planning, Production: Outback; Sound Composition?: Bluemoon [5]
  • Kyoufu Shinbun (planning, all programming, all graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Yutaka)
  • Ling Rise (programming) (JP Publisher: Epoch) [6]
Planning, Graphics: K-Idea; Music: SWYMS; Sound Effects: Access
  • Mobile Tomodachi (JP Publisher: Hamster)
  • Ranma ½: Battle Renaissance (all programming, all graphics excluding movies, sound) (JP Publisher: Shogakukan Production)
Cinematics: IMME, Pixy
  • Shuukan Gallop: Blood Master (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Simple 1500 Series Vol. 27: The Snowboard / Snowboarding / Snowboard Racer (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher; US Publisher: A1 Games; EU Publisher: Midas)
  • Simple 1500 Series Vol. 62: The Ski (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher)
  • Street Boarders / Street Sk8er / Street Skater / Simple 1500 Series Vol. 47: The Skateboard (JP Publisher: Micro Cabin, D3 Publisher; US/EU Publisher: Electronic Arts)
  • Street Sk8er 2 / Street Skater 2 / Street Boarders 2 (US/EU Publisher: Electronic Arts; JP Publisher: Micro Cabin)
  • Tsuri Baka Nisshi (planning, all programming, all graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Shogakukan Production)
  • X: Unmei no Tatakai (co-developed with Taito) (JP Publisher: Bandai) [7]
Background Modeling/Textures, Character Modeling/Textures, Motion: Winds
  • Zap! Snowboarding Trix '98 / Phat Air Extreme Snowboarding / Freestyle Boardin' '99 (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon; EU Publisher: Funsoft; US Publisher: Capcom)

PlayStation 2[edit]

  • Boku no Natsuyasumi 2: Umi no Bouken Hen (some programming, some underwater 3D modeling, some event scripting, sound production) (JP Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment) [8]
  • Hissatsu Pachinko Station V3: Shutsudou! Minisuka Police (JP Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • Hissatsu Pachinko Station V4: Dramatic Mahjong (JP Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • Hissatsu Pachinko Station V5: Pink Lady (JP Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • Hissatsu Pachinko Station V6: Yume no Choutokkyuu (JP Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • Inuyasha: Juuso no Kamen / Inuyasha: The Secret of the Cursed Mask (some programming, some graphics) (JP/US Publisher: Bandai) [9]
Developers: Quintet, Giant Seven; Some Graphics: Designers Bank; Animation Production: Sunrise
  • Kyoufu Shinbun: Heiseiban: Kaiki! Shinrei File (JP Publisher: Konami)
  • Love Hina Gorgeous: Chiratto Happening!! (JP Publisher: Konami)
  • Simple 2000 Series Hello Kitty Vol. 1: Starlight Puzzle (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher)
  • Simple 2000 Series Hello Kitty Vol. 2: Minna de Sugoroku (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher)
  • Simple 2000 Series Vol. 6: The Snowboard / Snowboard Racer 2 (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher; EU Publisher: Midas Interactive)
  • "Sports Action Game" from 2002
  • "Sports Action Game" from 2004
  • Tomak: Save the Earth (co-developed with thinkArts and Contents) (JP Publisher: Sunsoft) [10]

Saturn[edit]

  • 2tax Gold (planning, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Human)
  • Ninja Jajamaru-kun: Onigiri Ninpouchou Gold (all programming, graphics) (JP Publisher: Jaleco)
Game Design, Some Graphics: Game Studio; Some Graphics: Infinity
  • Zap! Snowboarding Trix (all planning, character design, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Zap! Snowboarding Trix '98 (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)

Super Famicom/Super NES[edit]

  • Cyber Knight II: Chikyuu Teikoku no Yabou (sound programming) (JP Publisher: Tonkin House)
  • Matsukata Hiroki no Super Trawling (planning, all programming, all graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Tonkin House)
  • Jungle Wars 2: Kodai Mahou Atimos no Nazo (all programming, sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
Planning, Scenario, Some Graphics: K-Idea; Game Design?: Powwow; Production Cooperation: Marionette, Opera House
  • Illvanian no Shiro (sound driver) (JP Publisher: Clary)
  • Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba (sound driver?) (JP Publisher: Banpresto)
  • The Last Battle (main programming) (JP Publisher: Teichiku)
Game Design, Graphics, Some Programming: K-Idea; Game Design?: Powwow
  • Power Lode Runner (JP Publisher: Nintendo)
Game Design? Graphics? (no roles given): Aeon
  • Power Sokoban (JP Publisher: Nintendo) [11]
Game Design, Graphics: Aeon
  • Princess Minerva (programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: VIC Tokai)
  • Ranma ½: Akanekodan no Hihou (planning, all programming, all graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Toho)
  • Ranma ½: Bakuretsu Rantou Hen / Ranma ½: Hard Battle (sound) (JP Publisher: NCS; US Publisher: DTMC)
Graphics: Winds
  • Ranma ½: Chougi Ranbu Hen (all programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Shogakukan Production)
Some Graphics: K-Idea [12]
  • Ranma ½: Ougi Jaanken (production, all programming, all graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Shogakukan Production)
Planning, Production: Outback
  • RockMan's Soccer / Mega Man Soccer (sound programming, some composition?) (JP/US Publisher: Capcom)
  • Shijou Saikyou League Serie A: Ace Striker (sound driver?) (JP Publisher: TNN)
  • Shiroi Ringu He: Twinkle Little Star (sound effects [driver?]) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
Developer: Opera House; Planning, Graphics: Marchen Breaker
  • Super Kyuukyoku Harikiri Stadium (JP Publisher: Taito) [13]
  • Umihara Kawase (sound cooperation [driver?]) (JP Publisher: TNN)

Windows[edit]

  • The Bass Fishing (all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Parking Meijin (all planning, all programming, all graphics, all sound) (JP Publisher: Teichiku)
  • The Sea Bass (JP Publisher: Pony Canyon)
  • Shissou, Yankee Damashii (co-developer) (JP Publisher: Square Enix)

Links[edit]