Magitec

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Magitec (有限会社マジテック) was established on January 1, 1994, and is headed by Minoru Esaki (江崎稔). [1] For over a decade, the company has focused primarily on mobile games (not listed here) including RPGs for Kemco. [2]

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

Related Interviews: Minoru Esaki

Arcade[edit]

  • Battle Bakraid (main CG) (Eighting)
  • Shienryu (some graphics) (Warashi)

DS[edit]

  • Bomberman Story DS (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Hudson; AU/EU Publisher: Rising Star Games)
Developer: Amble; Sound: T's Music
  • Dungeon Explorer: Jashin no Ryouiki / Dungeon Explorer: Warriors of Ancient Arts / Dungeon Explorer (some graphics) (JP/US Publisher: Hudson; AU/EU Publisher: Rising Star Games)
Developer: Amble; Sound: T's Music; Recording: Noisycroak

Game Boy Advance[edit]

  • One Piece (which game?) (JP Publisher: Bandai)

Game Boy Color[edit]

  • Koto Battle: Tengai no Moribito (some graphics) (JP Publisher:AlphaDream)

Neo Geo Pocket[edit]

  • Fantastic Night Dreams: Cotton (JP Publisher: Success; EU Publisher: SNK)
  • Oekaki Puzzle / Picture Puzzle (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Success; EU Publisher: SNK) [3]

PlayStation[edit]

  • Mahou Shoujo Fancy CoCo (character design) (JP Publisher: Planning Office WADA)
  • Ungra Walker (modeling, motion participation) (JP Publisher: Success)

PlayStation 2[edit]

  • Guilty Gear Isuka (some CG animation inbetweening) (JP/US Publisher: Sammy; EU Publisher: 505 GameStreet)

Super Famicom/Super NES[edit]

  • Kuusou Kagaku Sekai Gulliver Boy (main CG) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
[Some?] Programming, Some Graphics?: Amble

Wii[edit]

  • Super Robot Taisen Neo (cut-in work - coloring) (JP Publisher: Banpresto) [4]

Links[edit]