Fupac

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Fupac Co., Ltd. (有限会社フューパック) was established in March 1992 and incorporated on December 22, 1994. [1] Satoshi Fujishima ("Pac") (藤島聡) (formerly of Compile) is the president. [2]

Mobile phone games are not included.

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

3DO

  • Sotsugyou Final (programming) (JP Publisher: Shar Rock)

Arcade

  • 13 Seiza Senseijutsu Seematoreisu (some programming) (Taito)
  • Pachinko Sexy Reaction (some programming) (Sammy)
  • Pachinko Sexy Reaction 2 (programming, sound) (Sammy)
  • Pachinko Sexy Reaction 3: Romantic Friends (unreleased) (some planning, programming, some graphics, sound) (Sammy)
  • Zooo (programming) (Success)

Beena

  • Yes! PreCure 5: Asonde Oboeyou! Hiragana! (programming, some graphics) (JP Publisher: Bandai)

Dreamcast

  • Happy Lesson (some planning, programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Datam Polystar)
  • Happy Lesson: First Lesson (some planning, programming, some graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Datam Polystar)
  • Inoue Ryouko: Roommate (some planning, programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Datam Polystar)
  • Renai Chu! Happy Perfect (programming) (JP Publisher: GN Networks)
  • Roommate Asami: Okusama wa Joshikousei Takao Director's Edition (programming) (JP Publisher: Datam Polystar)
  • Roommate Novel: Satou Yuka (some planning, programming, sound) (JP Publisher: Datam Polystar)
  • Tsuki wa Higashi ni Ha wa Nishi na: Operation Sanctuary (programming) (JP Publisher: Alchemist)

DS

  • Arasuji de Kitaeru Sokumimi no Susume DS (programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: IE Institute)
  • Arasuji de Oboeru Sokudoku no Susume DS (programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: IE Institute)
  • Chou Kantan Boki Nyuumon DS (programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: IE Institute)
  • Rupupu Cube: Lup Salad DS (planning, programming, some graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Dimple Entertainment)
  • Signal (programming) (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher)

Game Boy

  • Star Sweep (programming, sound) (JP Publisher: Axela)

Game Boy Advance

  • Wizardry Summoner (some programming, sound) (JP Publisher: Media Rings)

GameCube [3]

  • Unknown (unreleased) (title?, some programming)
  • Unknown (unreleased) (port)
  • Unknown (unreleased) (localization)

PC-98

  • Akatsuki no Bizanteira (planning, programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: ASCII)

PC-FX

  • Choujin Heiki Zeroigar (some planning, programming, sound) (JP Publisher: NEC Home Electronics)
  • Tonari no Princess Rolfee (some planning, programming, sound) (JP Publisher: NEC Home Electronics)

Pico

  • Anpanman no Hajimete Mouse Pico: Anpanman to PC Renshuu! (some planning, programming, graphics, sound; under subcontract with Easy Computer System) (JP Publisher: Sega Toys)
  • Anpanman Pico: Waku Waku Pan Koujou (some planning, programming, graphics, sound; under subcontract with Easy Computer System) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • Hajimete Asobu Pico Soft: Anpanman no Iro-Kazu-Katachi (programming, graphics, sound; under subcontract with Easy Computer System) (JP Publisher: Sega Toys)
  • Itsudemo Issho Doraemon (some programming, some graphics, sound; under subcontract with Easy Computer System) (JP Publisher: Sega Toys)
  • Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi (some planning, programming, graphics, sound; under subcontract with Easy Computer System) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • Ojamajo Doremi # (some planning, programming, graphics, sound; under subcontract with Easy Computer System) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • Ojamajo Doremi Dokka~n! (some planning, programming, graphics, sound; under subcontract with Easy Computer System) (JP Publisher: Bandai)

PlayStation

  • Bon Boat (some planning, programming, sound) (JP Publisher: Success)
  • Dekiru! Game Center (planning, programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Shoeisha)
Illustrations: Sugeiya; CG Movies: Nenriki
  • Dengeki Construction: Ochige Yarouze! (planning, programming, some graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Media Works)
Graphics: Nenriki
  • Dokodemo Hamster: Bi! Click Tankentai (sound) (JP Publisher: BEC)
  • Dosukoi Densetsu (cooperation) (JP Publisher: KSS)
Direction, Game Design, Graphics: Nenriki; Supervision: Natsume
While the game was programmed by Takashi Ito (Dengeki Contruction), Fujishima says Fupac had nothing to do with the game. Even he doesn't know why Fupac is in the credits. [4]
  • Keeper (some planning, programming, sound) (JP Publisher: Success)
  • Kids Station: Guru Guru Town Hanamaru-kun (programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Atlus)
Production: Aspect
  • Kids Station: Hello Kitty no Ouchi e Oideyo! (programming) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • Little Princess: Marl Oukoku no Ningyou Hime 2 (some background coloring) (JP Publisher: Nippon Ichi Software)
  • Quantum Gate I: Akuma no Joshou (programming) (JP Publisher: GaGa Communications)
  • Roommate: Inoue Ryouko (planning except scenario, programming, graphics except design, sound) (JP Publisher: Datam Polystar)
  • Rupupu Cube: Lup Salad (planning, programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Datam Polystar)
Note: Some graphics were produced by the freelance team that later became Studio Nenriki

PlayStation 2

  • Lumines Plus (some programming) (US/EU Publisher: Buena Vista Games)
  • Houkago wa Gin no Shirabe (programming, some graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Dimple Entertainment)
  • Pochitto-Nyah (programming) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • Wizardry Summoner (programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Taito)

PlayStation Portable

  • Rupupu Cube: Lup Salad Portable...Matatabi (planning, programming, some graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Dimple Entertainment)

Plug & Play

  • Dokodemo Doraemon: Nippon Ryokou Game DX Taikan! Dokodoko Grand Prix! (programming, some graphics) (Epoch)
  • Let's! TV Play Classic: Namco Nostalgia 2 (programming) (Bandai)
  • Let's! TV Play: Keroro Gunsou Dai Panic!! Dotabaya Daikessen de Arimasu (programming) (Bandai)
  • Mega Drive Play TV 3 / Arcade Legends: Street Fighter II': Special Champion Edition (some programming) (Sega Toys/Radica)
  • PlugIt!: Bakushin Snowbow: Gin Gin Boarders (programming, some graphics) (Takara)
  • PlugIt!: Geigeki Go Go Shooting (programming, some graphics) (Takara)
  • PlugIt!: Gun Gun Adventure (some planning, programming) (Takara)
  • PlugIt!: Zuba Zuba Blade (programming, some graphics) (Takara)

Saturn

  • Denpa Shounen Teki Game (some programming) (JP Publisher: Hudson)
  • Kidou Senkan Nadesico: Yappari Saigo wa "Ai ga Katsu"? (some programming, some graphics) (JP Publisher: Sega)
  • Quantum Gate I: Akuma no Joshou (programming) (JP Publisher: GaGa Communications)
  • Roommate: Inoue Ryouko (some planning, programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Datam Polystar)
  • Ryouko no Oshaberi Room (planning, programming, some graphics, some sound) (JP Publisher: Datam Polystar)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Gourmet Sentai Bara Yarou (programming, sound) (JP Publisher: Virgin)
  • Keeper (some game design, programming) (JP Publisher: Datam Polystar)
  • Sword Maniac / X-Kaliber 2097 (some programming) (JP Publisher: Toshiba EMI; US Publisher: Activision; EU Publisher: Sony Imagesoft)

Xbox 360

  • Project Sylpheed: Arc of Deception (some stage script) (JP/BR Publisher: Square Enix; EU/US/CA Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios)

WonderSwan

  • Lode Runner for WonderSwan (stage design) (JP Publisher: Banpresto)
Planning: Team N.G.X [5]; ????: Aisystem Tokyo

WonderSwan Color

  • Naruto: Konoha Ninpouchou (sound) (JP Publisher: Bandai)

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