Cyberhead

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Cyberhead, Inc. (有限会社サイバーヘッド) was originally established as Arsys Software, Inc. (有限会社アルシスソフトウェア) on November 11, 1985, by Osamu Nagano (長野修) and Kotori Yoshimura (吉村ことり) from Technosoft. Nagano was the president. It changed names in July 1996 [1] and went bankrupt in September 2001. [2]

As Arsys Software

DOS

  • Wibarm (US Publisher: Brøderbund)

FM Towns

  • Air Combat II Special (JP Publisher: Victor)

FM-7

  • Reviver (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Wibarm (JP Publisher: Arsys)

Mega Drive

  • Star Cruiser (JP Publisher: Masaya)

MSX2

  • Reviver (JP Publisher: Arsys)

MZ

  • Reviver (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Wibarm (JP Publisher: Arsys)

PC-88

  • The Print Shop (JP Publisher: Brøderbund)
  • Reviver (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Star Cruiser (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Wibarm (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Youjuu Kikouhei WerDragon (JP Publisher: Arsys)

PC-98

  • Air Combat II (JP Publisher: SystemSoft)
  • Air Combat III (JP Publisher: SystemSoft)
  • Air Combat: Yuugekiou II (JP Publisher: Systemsoft) [3]
  • Area 88: Ikkakujuu no Kiseki (cooperation) (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Prince of Persia (JP Publisher: Brøderbund)
  • The Print Shop (JP Publisher: Brøderbund)
  • Spindizzy II (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Star Cruiser (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Star Cruiser II (JP Publisher: Arsys)
Original PC-9801 version. A hybrid PC-9821/FM Towns CD-ROM version was released by Japan Home Video, ported by Proceed Uni.
  • Wibarm (JP Publisher: Arsys)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Battle Zeque Den (JP Publisher: Asmik)
  • Prince of Persia (JP Publisher: Masaya; US/EU Publisher: Konami)

X1

  • Reviver (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Star Cruiser (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Wibarm (JP Publisher: Arsys)

X68000

  • Daisenryaku III '90 (JP Publisher: SystemSoft)
  • Knight Arms (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Star Cruiser (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Spindizzy II (JP Publisher: Arsys)
  • Tenka Touitsu (JP Publisher: SystemSoft)

As Cyberhead

Game Boy Color

  • Ojarumaru: Tsukiyo ga Ike no Takaramono (sound driver and editor) (JP Publisher: Success) [4]

PlayStation

  • Gran Turismo (development cooperation) (JP/US/EU Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
Developer: Polyphony Digital; Sound Driver: Bandit
  • Omega Boost (co-developer) (JP/US/EU Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
Developer: Polyphony Digital
  • Volfoss (graphics engine) (JP Publisher: Namco)
Background Modeling/Textures: Winds

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