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Fill in Cafe (フィルインカフェ) was a Japanese development company best known for the Asuka 120% series. It began as Team Cross Wonder in 1987, then became Team Fill in Cafe in 1989. It was formally incorporated on September 18, 1991 [1], and filed for bankruptcy in 1998. [2]

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

[edit] 3DO

  • Sotsugyou II: Neo Generation Special (JP Publisher: Shar Rock)
  • Tanjou: Debut Pure (JP Publisher: Shar Rock)

[edit] Arcade

  • Jan Jan Paradise (Electro Design)
  • Taisen Idol Mahjong Final Romance 2 (Video System)

[edit] FM Towns

  • Asuka 120% Burning Fest (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Asuka 120% Burning Fest Excellent (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Mad Stalker: Full Metal Force (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Shinjuku Labyrinth (JP Publisher: Game Technopolis)

[edit] PC-98

  • Charm 2: Nijiiro no Kaze (JP Publisher: Acid Plan)
  • Crasher Joe: Kanraku Wakusei no Inbou (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Kidou Senshi Gundam MS Field 2 '92 (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Kidou Senshi Gundam MS Field 2 '93 (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Kyouiku Jisshuu: Joshi Kousei Maniacs (JP Publisher: Tetratech)
  • Metal Mover Jastrike (JP Publisher: Apple Pie)
  • Photo Genic (JP Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • Pitapat (JP Publisher: Victor)
  • Vastness: Kuukyo no Ikenietachi (JP Publisher: Mediax)
  • Yamashina Keisuke no Sengoku (JP Publisher: Takeru)

[edit] PC-FX

  • Makeruna! Makendou Z (JP Publisher: NEC)
  • Ojousama Sousamou (JP Publisher: NEC)
  • Voice Paradise (JP Publisher: NEC)
Music: Mint
  • Wakusei Kougekitai: Little Cats (JP Publisher: NEC)

[edit] PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx-CD

  • Asuka 120% Maxima: Burning Fest (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Championship Rally (JP Publisher: Intec)
  • Gain Ground SX (some graphics) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
  • Galaxy Deka Gayvan (JP Publisher: Intec)
  • Kakutou Haou Densetsu Algunos (JP Publisher: Intec)
  • Mad Stalker: Full Metal Force (JP Publisher: NEC)
  • Ruin: Kami no Isan (JP Publisher: Victor)

[edit] PlayStation

  • Asuka 120% Excellent: Burning Fest (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Asuka 120% Special: Burning Fest Special (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Community POM (JP Publisher: Fill in Cafe)
  • Elfin Paradise (JP Publisher: ASK Kodansha)
  • Hatsukoi Valentine (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Hissatsu Pachinko Station (JP Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • Luciferd (co-developer?) (JP Publisher: TEN)
  • Mad Stalker: Full Metal Force (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Makeruna! Makendou 2 (JP Publisher: Datam Polystar)
  • Metamor Panic: Doki Doki Youma Busters (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Night Striker (JP Publisher: Ving)
  • PAL: Shinken Densetsu (JP Publisher: Tohoku Shinsha)
  • Panzer Bandit (JP Publisher: Banpresto)
  • Photo Genic (JP Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • Voice Paradise Excella (JP Publisher: ASK Kodansha)

[edit] Saturn

  • Asuka 120% Limited: Burning Fest (JP Publisher: ASK Kodansha)
  • Night Striker S (JP Publisher: Ving)

[edit] Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Kiteretsu Daihyakka: Cho Jiku Sugoroku (JP Publisher: Video System)
  • Lennus II: Fuuin no Shito (JP Publisher: Asmik)

[edit] Windows

  • Metamor Panic: Doki Doki Youma Busters (JP Publisher: Family Soft)

[edit] X68000

  • Asuka 120% Burning Fest (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Mad Stalker: Full Metal Forth (JP Publisher: Family Soft)
  • Mission Metal Sight (JP Publisher: System Sacom)
  • Neural Gear (JP Publisher: Crossmedia Soft)
  • Pitapat (JP Publisher: Victor)

[edit] Links