Glodia

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Glodia (株式会社グローディア) was started in 1986 by a group of Nihon Telenet staff and headed by programmer Osamu Ikegame (池亀治). It was officially incorporated in 1990, and was based in the Suginami ward of Tokyo. Mitsuru Takahashi (高橋充) left in 1989 to start Japan Art Media, while another group including Atsushi Ii (飯淳) and Akihiro Kimura (木村明広) left in 1990 to start a development division at Pandora Box, which later became Right Stuff. Other notable staff included programmer Hiroyuki Kuwata (桑田浩之) and composer Nobuhito Koise (恋瀬信人).

Console conversions of Emerald Dragon also exist, but these were developed by Right Stuff and AlfaSystem, not by Glodia.

FM-77[edit]

  • Lyrane (JP Publisher: BPS)

FM Towns[edit]

  • Bible Master (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Bible Master 2: The Chaos of Aglia (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Emerald Dragon (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Vain Dream (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Vain Dream II (JP Publisher: Glodia)

MSX2[edit]

  • Emerald Dragon (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Testament (JP Publisher: Basho House)

PC-88[edit]

  • Emerald Dragon (JP Publisher: Basho House)
  • Lyrane (JP Publisher: BPS)
  • Testament (JP Publisher: Basho House)
  • Vain Dream (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Zavas (JP Publisher: Popcom Soft)

PC-98[edit]

  • Alvaleak Boukenki (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Bible Master (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Bible Master 2: The Chaos of Aglia (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Different Realm: Kuon no Kenja (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Emerald Dragon (JP Publisher: Basho House)
  • Etemible: Tenjou Mukyuu (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • RagnarΦkkr (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Vain Dream (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Vain Dream II (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Zavas (JP Publisher: Popcom Soft)
  • Zavas II: Mehitae no Daiyogen (JP Publisher: Popcom Soft)

X68000[edit]

  • Die Bahnwelt (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Emerald Dragon (JP Publisher: Glodia)
  • Zavas (JP Publisher: Popcom Soft)

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