Dplus

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Dplus (有限会社ディープラス), established in November 1995 [1], was a contract developer started and headed by Takashi Shindo (進藤隆志). It was succeeded by E-Trek Japan in 2000. [2]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, shared staff

PlayStation[edit]

  • Docchi Mecha! (some field design) (JP Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
Developer: Promisence; Some CG Movies: Raphael Digit&Studio
  • Gekisou Tomarunner (Tomarunner model production cooperation) (JP Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
Developer: Desert Productions; Movie Production: Alvion
  • Panekit (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
Developer: Susami
  • Super Bass Fishing (JP Publisher: King Records) [3]
  • Wonder Trek (some character & map modeling) (JP Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
Developer: Zest Works; Some Programming: Parsec; Some Sound & Music: Imagine; Some Sound & Music, CG Movies: SCEI

Saturn[edit]

  • Densha de Go! EX (programming?) (JP Publisher: Takara)
  • Japan Super Bass Classic '96 (JP Publisher: Naxat)
  • Maboroshi no Black Bass (JP Publisher: Make Software)
  • Terra Cresta 3D (programming, some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Nichibutsu) [4]

WonderSwan[edit]

  • Puzzle Bobble (JP Publisher: Sunsoft)
Programming, Graphics, Sound: Yoshidayama-Workshop

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