Hiroshi Tsujino

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Hiroshi Tsujino (辻野浩司; aka "Onijust") worked for Taito in Japan and Taito America, then joined American Sammy/Sammy USA in the early 1990s. [1] He was later deputy general manager of the CO R&D Department at Sammy in Japan [2], then went to Sega. Since 2014, he has been a freelance game designer. [3]

Game list

At Taito

  • Xyzolog (MSX) (1984) [debut work]
  • Sweet Acorn (MSX) (graphic designer) (1984)
  • The Fairyland Story (AC) (planner, designer) (1985)
  • Arkanoid (AC) (graphic designer) (1986)
  • Dr. Toppel Tankentai / Dr. Toppel's Adventure (AC) (game designer, graphic designer) (1987)
  • The Ninja Warriors (AC) (game designer) (1987)
  • Plump Pop (AC) (game designer) (1987)
  • Raimais (AC) (1988)
  • Cadash (AC) (director, production designer, graphic designer) (1989)
  • Palamedes (AC) (1990)
  • The Jetsons: Cogswell's Caper (NES) (planner) (1992)

At Sammy

  • Orbs (AC) (director, game designer, R&D, debugger) (1994)
  • Jissen! Bass Fishing Hisshouhou in USA / Jimmy Houston's Bass Tournament U.S.A. (SFC/SNES) (US coordinator) (1995)
  • Zombie Raid (AC) (producer) (1995)
  • Jimmy Houston's Bass Tournament U.S.A. '97 (WIN) (chief coordinator) (1997)
  • Dolphin Blue (AC) (adviser) (2003)

At Sega

  • Primeval Hunt (AC) (producer) (2008)
  • Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Arcade (AC) (research & development manager) (2011)

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