Talk:Tomcat System

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Noting here that their website has gone offline since Ryoichi Ohkubo passed away last year. I wonder if the company has closed down or suspended business. --Dimitri (talk) 23:56, 15 June 2017 (CEST)

Masakari Densetsu

CRV, do you know which company developed the other Masakari Densetsu game? Masakari Densetsu: Kintarou Action-Hen? There are two Masakari Densetsu games for the Game Boy... both were published by Tonkin House... I still own the Kintarou Action-Hen cartridge. :) --Hydao 01:31, 11 December 2011 (CST)

Looking at the credits here, it might be Tose. CRV 08:22, 11 December 2011 (CST)

Z Kai Reibun de Oboeru: Kyuukyoku no Kobun Tango

I'm removing it because it's not listed on the Tomcat System site, and it's not grouped with the other ones here. There is this string, though: "Produce by imagineer Program by Minoru-N 1998-08-18 Start." CRV 09:13, 11 December 2011 (CST)

Hmm ok, thanks for making it clear, but my "intuition" is that the game was developed by Tomcat System too, but even if I'm wrong, I see no problem in having that "last" Z KAI game on the list, so people can see that actually there are 5 Game Boy Z Kai games. but whatever.

TOSE... I see... you are probably right. I saw the atwiki link a few days ago. :) Anyway, about the Home Data/Magical Company games, I think you can remove the page from "WIP", I'm pretty sure there are no more games developed/published by them. Even if some title is missing... well, there's not much more. Another thing, the OeRSTED page has the game "Faeryland Story (JP Publisher: SPS)" from X68000. what is that? I know a Sharp X68000 game called The Fairyland Story, published by Taito. but "Faeryland Story"(?), I never heard before. : the cover art is small but I can read something like "Licensed to SPS"? how do you know that OeRSTED actually developed this game? sorry if I'm asking too many questions, I'm just curious and here to improve the site. --Hydao 09:26, 11 December 2011 (CST)

It's listed on the OeRSTED website. CRV 08:31, 12 December 2011 (CST)