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Lewis Toys, Inc. (1967-1970) ---->
L.J.N. Toys, Ltd. (1970-1984) ---->
LJN Toys, Ltd. (1984-1985) (merged into LJN Acquisition, Inc.)


LJN Toys, Ltd. (1985- ) (originally LJN Acquisition, Inc.)

  • The Amazing Spider-Man (Game Boy)
Developed by Rare
Staff: Chris Stamper, Tim Stamper (production, design?); Chris Sutherland, Mark Betteridge, Simon Hallam (programming); Kev Bayliss, Trevor Hill (graphics); David Wise (sound)
  • Back to the Future (NES)
Developed by Beam Software
Staff: Trevor Nuridin (programming); Gavan Anderson (sound)
  • Friday the 13th (NES)
Developed by Atlus
Staff: Hideyuki Yokoyama (production, planning, graphics); Yamaguchi (programming? - contractor); Hirohiko Takayama (sound - contractor); Tsukasa Masuko (sound driver)
  • Gotcha! The Sport!
Developed by ? for Atlus
Staff: Junzou Shimada (planning, graphics?); Hirohiko Takayama (sound - contractor); Tsukasa Masuko (sound driver)
  • Jaws (NES)
Developed by Westone for Atlus
Staff: Michishito Ishizuka (programming); Ryuichi Nishizawa (graphics); Shinichi Sakamoto (sound)
  • The Karate Kid (NES)
Developed by Atlus
Staff: "Hidemushi" (programming); Kaoru Ogura (bonus stage programming); Hirohiko Takayama (sound - contractor); Tsukasa Masuko (sound driver)
  • Major League Baseball (NES)
Developed by Atlus
Staff: Tsukasa Masuko (sound)
  • NFL (NES)
Developed by ? for Atlus
Staff: Hiroyuki Arai? (programming); Hirohiko Takayama (music); Tsukasa Masuko (sound driver)
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street (NES) (unreleased version)
Developed by ?
  • Pictionary (NES)
Developed by Software Creations
Staff: Tony Pomfret (programming); Craig Houston (graphics); Tim Follin (sound); Stephen Ruddy (sound driver)
  • Roller Thrasher / Rollergeddon (NES) (unreleased)
Developed by Zippo Games for Rare
Staff: John Pickford, Ste Pickford (production); Jas C. Brooke (programming); Lyndon Brooke (graphics)
  • T&C Surf Designs: Wood & Water Rage (NES)
Developed by ? for Atlus
Staff: Junzou Shimada (planning, graphics?); Hiroyuki Arai? (programming); Tsukasa Masuko (sound)
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit (NES)
Developed by Rare
Staff: Kev Bayliss (graphics); David Wise (sound)
  • World War III (NES) (unreleased)
Developed by ?
  • X-Men (NES)
Developed by Pixel?


LJN, Ltd. (1990-1994)
(Cannot find any record of this company existing)

  • Back to the Future Part II & III (NES)
Developed by Beam Software
Staff: Graeme Scott (programming); Paul Mitchell (graphics); Gavan Anderson, Tania Smith (sound)
  • Beetlejuice (NES)
Developed by Rare
Staff: Paul Machacek (programming); Kev Bayliss (graphics); David Wise (sound)
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street (NES)
Developed by Rare
Staff: Steve Patrick (programming); Kev Bayliss (graphics); David Wise (sound)
  • The Punisher (NES)
Developed by Beam Software
Staff: Jamie Rivett (programming)
  • T&C II: Thrilla's Surfari (NES)
Developed by Sculptured Software
Staff: Clark Sorensen (animation); Paul Webb (sound); Ken Moore (sound driver)
  • WWF WrestleMania Challenge (NES)
Developed by Rare
Staff: Kev Bayliss (graphics); David Wise (sound)
  • WWF: King of the Ring (GB/NES)
Developed by Eastridge Technology
Staff: Nick Eastridge (programmer/wrestler theme arrangements); Scott Marshall (title music); Gray Matter (graphics)


LJN Entertainment, Inc. (2000)
(Cannot find any record of this company existing)

  • Spirit of Speed 1937 (DC)
Developed by Broadsword Interactive