Tamtex

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Tamtex (株式会社タムテックス) was established on April 1, 1986 [1], by Osaka-based Irem to expand its product development department and strengthen its base in Tokyo. (Game Machine 1986/6/1, pg. 4) Tamtex was later merged into Irem and became Irem's Tokyo development division. [2] It was closed as part of Irem's restructuring in 1994. [3]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, hidden data, online resources, shared staff

Arcade

  • Shisenshou / Shichuan / Match It (Irem)
  • Shisenshou II / Shichuan II / Match It II (Irem)

Famicom/NES

  • Daiku no Gen-San / Hammerin' Harry (JP/EU Publisher: Irem)
  • Gekitotsu Yonku Battle (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Geopolitic Shima ni Okeru Kokka Koubou Ron (unreleased) (Irem)
  • Hototogisu (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Mashou / Deadly Towers (title design) (JP Publisher: Irem; US Publisher: Brøderbund)
Developer: Lenar
  • Metal Storm / Juuryoku Soukou Metal Storm (US/JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Paaman: Enban o Torikaese!! (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Shinsenden (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Spartan X 2 (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Spelunker (JP Publisher: Irem; US Publisher: Brøderbund)
  • Undercover Cops (unreleased) (Irem)

Famicom Disk System

  • Kineko: The Monitor Puzzle: Kinetic Connection (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Kineko: The Monitor Puzzle: Kinetic Connection Volume II (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Super Lode Runner (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Super Lode Runner II (JP Publisher: Irem)

Game Boy

  • Daiku no Gen-san: Ghost Breeding Company / Hammerin' Harry: Ghost Building Company (JP/US Publisher: Irem)
  • Daiku no Gen-san: Robot Teikoku no Yabou / Carpenter Genzo: Robot Empire (JP/AS Publisher: Irem)
  • Ganso!! Yanchamaru (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Shisenshou (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Shuyaku Sentai Irem Fighter (JP Publisher: Irem)

PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx-CD

  • Eiyuu Sangokushi (JP Publisher: Irem)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • R-Type III: The Third Lightning (JP Publisher: Irem; US Publisher: Jaleco)

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