Coreland

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Originally founded by Yasushi Matsuda (松田規義) in April 1977 as Houei Sangyou (豊栄産業株式会社; better known as Hoei), the company's name was changed to Coreland Technology (コアランドテクノロジー株式会社) in June 1982. In February 1989, Coreland became a subsidiary of Bandai and was renamed Banpresto. [1]

Coreland absorbed Norio Yasuda (安田則雄)'s Technostar (テクノスター) in 1988. [2]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, online resources (see Links)

Arcade[edit]

  • 119 (unreleased?) (Sega)
  • 4-D Warriors (Sega)
  • Black Panther (Konami)
  • Brain (Sega)
  • Cyber Tank (Coreland)
  • Gardia (Sega)
  • Gonbee no I'm Sorry / I'm Sorry (Sega)
  • Jump Bug
  • Noboranka / Zippy Bug (Data East)
  • Pengo (Sega)
  • Rafflesia (Sega)
  • Seishun Scandal / My Hero (Sega)
  • Senryaku Game Bopeep (unreleased) (Sega)
  • Serizawa Hachidan no Tsumeshougi Oushou (Sega)
  • Super Cross II (GM Shoji)
  • SWAT (Sega)
  • Tadaima Tokkunchuu
  • Tougyuu, The / Bullfight (Sega)
  • WEC Le Mans 24 (Konami)

Links[edit]