Daft

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Daft Co., Ltd. (有限会社ダフト) was established in April 1992. Its main office was located in Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan. [1]

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

Game Boy Advance[edit]

  • K-1 Pocket Grand Prix (JP Publisher: Konami)
  • K-1 Pocket Grand Prix 2 (JP Publisher: Konami)

PlayStation[edit]

  • Fighting Illusion: K-1 GP 2000 (JP Publisher: Xing)
Sound: Target Laboratory
  • Fighting Illusion: K-1 Grand Prix / K-1 The Arena Fighters (JP Publisher: Xing; US/EU Publisher: THQ)
  • Fighting Illusion: K-1 Grand Prix '98 / K-1 Grand Prix (JP Publisher: Xing; US Publisher: Jaleco; EU Publisher: EON Digital Entertainment)
Sound: Target Laboratory
  • Fighting Illusion: K-1 Revenge / K-1 Revenge (JP Publisher: Xing; US Publisher: Jaleco)
Sound: Target Laboratory
  • Fighting Illusion V: K-1 Grand Prix '99 (JP Publisher: Xing)
Sound: Target Laboratory
  • K-1 Ouja ni Narou! (JP Publisher: Xing)
  • K-1 World GP 2001 Kaimakuban by XING (JP Publisher: Konami)
Sound: Target Laboratory

PlayStation 2[edit]

  • Ohokuki (Planning, JP Publisher: Global A Entertainment) [2]
  • Simple 2000 Series Vol. 42: The Ishu Kakutougi / World Fighting (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher; EU Publisher: 505 Game Street)
  • Simple 2000 Series Vol. 60: The Tokusatsu Henshin Hero / Power Fighters (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher; EU Publisher: 505 Game Street)
  • Simple 2000 Series Vol. 88: The Minisuke Police (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher)

PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx-CD[edit]

  • Janshin Densetsu ([some?] sound) (JP Publisher: NEC)
Developer: Santos

Saturn[edit]

  • K-1 Fighting Illusion Shou (JP Publisher: Xing)

Super Famicom/Super NES[edit]

  • Hameln no Violin Hiki (JP Publisher: Enix)
  • Nangoku Shounen Papuwa-kun (JP Publisher: Enix)
  • Super Back to the Future II (JP Publisher: Toshiba EMI)
The Daft website later stated the company only partially developed this title ("弊社が一部を開発したもの"). [3]

Windows[edit]

  • Toku-uchi Heroes: K-1 Typing World Grand Prix (JP Publisher: Sourcenext)
The Daft website later stated the company only partially developed this title ("弊社が一部を開発したもの"). [4]

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