Hidaka Electronics

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Hidaka Electronics Co.,Ltd. (日高電子株式会社, Hidaka Denshi) was a programming and electronics design contractor established in October 1979, based in Kandasakuma-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. The company president was Yasuaki Higuchi (樋口安明). [1]

The company claimed to have worked on game titles for Arcade, Famicom, PC Engine, Game Gear, Super Famicom, and PlayStation. In addition to games, the company also did software development for business applications and embedded systems, as well as OEM electronics hardware design. [2]

Game Gear

  • Alien Syndrome (programming) (JP Publisher: SIMS; US/EU Publisher: Sega)
Developer: SIMS
  • Fantasy Zone Gear: Opa Opa Jr. no Bouken / Fantasy Zone (programming) (JP Publisher: Sanritsu; US/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
Developer: Sanritsu
  • Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba (programming) (JP Publisher: Sega)
Developer: Sega CS5
  • Kishin Douji Zenki (programming) (JP Publisher: Sega)
Developer: Sega CS5

PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16

  • Tenseiryuu: Saint Dragon (programming?) (JP Publisher: Aicom)
Developer: Interlink?


  • Ao no 6-gou: Antarctica (some simulation part programming) (JP Publisher: Bandai Visual)
Production, Graphics, Animation Production: Gonzo; Programming: TamTam; Some 3D Graphics: Team OX; Debugging: Studio Stat
  • The King of Fighters Kyo (some programming) (JP Publisher: SNK)
Production: Yumekobo; Developer: JAMP
  • Rikujou Boueitai Mao-chan (some programming?) (JP Publisher: Marvelous Entertainment)


  • Gekirindan (some programming) (JP Publisher: Virgin)
Developer: JAMP
  • She'sn (some programming) (JP Publisher: KID)
Developer: Gai Brain; Some Graphics: Plus & Plus; Music: Aspect


  • Eberouge Special: Koi to Mahou no Gakuen Seikatsu (programming) (JP Publisher: Fujitsu)
Developer: JAMP