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'''Bits Laboratory''' (有限会社ビッツラボラトリー) was established on December 24, 1985 [http://web.archive.org/web/*/www.highway.ne.jp/bitslabo/bits/index.htm], by a group of freelancers. [http://review-site.net/dt/index.php/ひ#.E3.83.93.E3.83.83.E3.83.84.E3.83.A9.E3.83.9C.E3.83.A9.E3.83.88.E3.83.AA.E3.83.BC.EF.BC.88Bits_Laboratory.EF.BC.89] It was originally called Workss.
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''Not to be confused with British developer [[Bits Studios]]''
  
Yasunori Takahara (高原保法) and Motoyuki Kanayama (金山泰志) went on to start GameCrab. [http://review-site.net/dt/index.php/け#.E3.82.B2.E3.83.BC.E3.83.A0.E3.82.AF.E3.83.A9.E3.83.96.EF.BC.88GameCRAB.EF.BC.89]
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'''Bits Laboratory Co.''' (有限会社ビッツラボラトリー) was established on December 24, 1985 [https://web.archive.org/web/20030804073735/http://www.highway.ne.jp/bitslabo/bits/index.htm], by Satoru Miyazaki (宮崎暁) with fellow part-time workers from ASCII. [https://web.archive.org/web/20060211004803/http://www.gpara.com/contents/creator/bn_213.htm] Presumably it was originally called '''Workss'''. (The Famicom version of ''Ghostbusters'' credits "Workss"; The NES version credits "Bits.")
  
Not to be confused with British developer Bits Studios.
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Bits Laboratory had a close relationship with Game Arts for years. In the 1990s, the company had a hit with the PlayStation dating sim ''True Love Story''. It was also a member of Game Developers Network (GD-NET), a collective of smaller Japanese game developers. [https://archive.org/details/GamefanVolume4Issue11November1996ALT/page/n165/mode/1up]
  
'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Actual mentions, code comparisons, online resources (see [[#Links|links]]), shared staff
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In 2017, Bits Laboratory entered into a formal business partnership with Miya Engineering [http://miyaeng.com/], a software development company run by Toyokazu Miyazaki (宮崎豊和). [http://miyaeng.com/company.html]
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Yasunori Takahara (高原保法) and Motoyuki Kanayama (金山泰志) started GameCrab in 2001, which continued development of the ''True Love Story'' series. [https://web.archive.org/web/20030814070536/http://gamecrab.jp:80/profile.htm]
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'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Actual mentions, code comparisons, online resources, shared staff
  
 
===Famicom/NES===
 
===Famicom/NES===
*''Gambler Jiko Chuushinha'' (under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Asmik)
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*''Gambler Jiko Chuushinha'' (programming; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Asmik)
 
:<small>Music: Mecano Associates</small>
 
:<small>Music: Mecano Associates</small>
*''Gambler Jiko Chuushinha 2'' (some music [sound driver?]; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Asmik)
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*''Gambler Jiko Chuushinha 2'' (some music [sound programming?]; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Asmik)
 
:<small>Some Music (Composition?): Mecano Associates</small>
 
:<small>Some Music (Composition?): Mecano Associates</small>
 
*''Ghostbusters'' (JP Publisher: Tokuma Shoten; US Publisher: Activision)
 
*''Ghostbusters'' (JP Publisher: Tokuma Shoten; US Publisher: Activision)
*''Hanjuku Hero'' (main programming) (JP Publisher: Square)
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*''Hanjuku Hero'' (main programming, sound programming?) (JP Publisher: Square)
*''King's Knight'' (JP/US Publisher: Square)
+
*''King's Knight'' (programming?) (JP/US Publisher: Square)
 
*''Mahou no Princess Minky Momo: Remember Dream'' (JP Publisher: Yutaka)
 
*''Mahou no Princess Minky Momo: Remember Dream'' (JP Publisher: Yutaka)
 
:<small>Music Composition: T's Music</small>
 
:<small>Music Composition: T's Music</small>
*''Minna no Taabou no Nakayoshi Dai Sakusen'' (JP Publisher: Character Soft)
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*''Minna no Taabou no Nakayoshi Daisakusen'' (programming) (JP Publisher: Character Soft)
*''SD Gundam Gachapon Senshi 4: New Type Story'' (under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Yutaka)
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:<small>Original Concept: Game Arts; Planning: ASCII; Some Music: T's Music</small>
:<small>Direction, Scenario Design: Game Arts</small>
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*''SD Gundam Gachapon Senshi 4: New Type Story'' (programming; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Yutaka)
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:<small>Direction, Scenario: Game Arts; Graphics: Japan Art Media?</small>
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*''Seiken Densetsu'' (unreleased) (co-developer) (Square)
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:<small>A 3D dungeon RPG in development before the release of ''Dragon Quest''. The game was half-finished when it was put on hold. [https://web.archive.org/web/20210330172448/https://tokyo.whatsin.jp/320584]</small>
 
*''Thexder'' (JP Publisher: Square)
 
*''Thexder'' (JP Publisher: Square)
  
 
===Famicom Disk System===
 
===Famicom Disk System===
 
*''Kiki Kaikai: Dotou-hen'' (JP Publisher: Taito)
 
*''Kiki Kaikai: Dotou-hen'' (JP Publisher: Taito)
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*''Magma Project Hacker'' (some programming) (JP Publisher: Tokuma Soft)
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:<small>Some Programming: OSS</small>
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:<small>Says "Workss" even though this came out after the NES version of ''Ghostbusters''</small>
  
 
===Game Boy===
 
===Game Boy===
 
*''Kitchen Panic'' (JP Publisher: Coconuts Japan)
 
*''Kitchen Panic'' (JP Publisher: Coconuts Japan)
  
===Mega/Sega CD===
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===Mega CD/Sega CD===
*''Prince of Persia'' (JP Publisher: Victor; US/EU Publisher: Sega)
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*''Lunar: Eternal Blue'' (some animation graphics/painting) (JP Publisher: Game Arts; US Publisher: Working Designs)
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*''Prince of Persia'' (under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Victor; US/EU Publisher: Sega)
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:<small>Graphics: [[M.P.Run]]</small>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Rise of the Dragon'' (JP Publisher: Sega; US Publisher: Dynamix)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Rise of the Dragon'' (JP Publisher: Sega; US Publisher: Dynamix)</div>
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*''Urusei Yatsura: Dear My Friends'' (some programming) (JP Publisher: Game Arts)
 
*<div style="color:red">''Wing Commander'' (US Publisher: Electronic Arts; JP Publisher: Sega)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Wing Commander'' (US Publisher: Electronic Arts; JP Publisher: Sega)</div>
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===Mobile===
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*''Nyankoro Solitaire 10-ko-iri'' (some planning, some graphics, script) (JP Publisher: G-mode)
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:<small>Some Planning, Programming, Some Graphics: opti-wave</small>
  
 
===PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16===
 
===PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16===
*''After Burner II'' (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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*''After Burner II'' (programming, graphics) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
*''Darius Alpha'' (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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*''Darius Alpha'' ([some?] programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
*''Darius Plus'' (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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*''Darius Plus'' ([some?] programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
*''Download'' (some graphics) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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*''Fantasy Zone'' (programming, some graphics) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue; US Publisher: NEC)
*''Fantasy Zone'' (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue; US Publisher: NEC Home Electronics)
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*''Juuouki'' [HuCard, CD] (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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*''Son Son II'' (some direction) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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*''Toilet Kids'' (JP Publisher: Media Rings)
 
*''Toilet Kids'' (JP Publisher: Media Rings)
 
:<small>Music: T's Music</small>
 
:<small>Music: T's Music</small>
*<div style="color:red">''Veigues Tactical Gladiator'' (JP Publisher: Victor; US Publisher: NEC Home Electronics)</div>
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*''Veigues Tactical Gladiator'' (programming; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Victor; US Publisher: NEC)
  
 
===PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx-CD===
 
===PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx-CD===
*''Ai Chouaniki'' (JP Publisher: Masaya)
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*''Ai Cho Aniki'' (game design, programming) (JP Publisher: Masaya)
:<small>Planning, Graphics: Vanguard Works; Sound: Two-Five</small>
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:<small>Planning, Graphics: Vanguard; Sound: Two-Five</small>
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*''CD Mahjong: Bishoujo Chuushinha'' (JP Publisher: Games Express)
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:<small>Some Programming: Yellow Horn?; Music: T's Music</small>
 
*''Doukyuusei'' (opening direction, some programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
 
*''Doukyuusei'' (opening direction, some programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
*''Gain Ground SX'' (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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*''Gain Ground SX'' ([some?] direction, programming?, some graphics?) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
:<small>Some Graphics: [[Fill in Cafe]]; Sound Composition: T's Music</small>
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:<small>Some Graphics: [[Fill in Cafe]]; Sound: T's Music</small>
*''Hellfire S'' (some direction, some graphics, some assistance) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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*''Gambler Jiko Chuushinha: CD dayo Zenin Shuugou!! Gekitou 36 Janshi'' (some programming) (JP Publisher: Hudson)
:<small>Programming, Some Direction: Office K; Music Arrangement: T's Music</small>
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*''Hi-Leg Fantasy'' (JP Publisher: Games Express)
 
*''Hi-Leg Fantasy'' (JP Publisher: Games Express)
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*''Rainbow Islands'' (programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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:<small>Main Programming?: Yellow Horn</small>
 
*''Side Arms Special'' (some programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
 
*''Side Arms Special'' (some programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
*''Splash Lake'' (JP/US Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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*<div style="color:red">''Space Invaders: The Original Game'' (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)</div>
:<small>Sound Composition: T's Music</small>
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*''Splash Lake'' (programming) (JP/US Publisher: NEC Avenue)
*''Super Darius'' (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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:<small>Sound: T's Music</small>
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*''Super Darius'' ([some?] programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
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*''Uchuu Senkan Yamato'' (some music) (JP Publisher: [[Human]])
  
 
===PlayStation===
 
===PlayStation===
*''Charamela'' (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Soft)
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*''Charumera'' (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Soft)
*''TearRing Sega: Yutona Eiyuu Senki'' (development cooperation) (JP Publisher: Enterbrain)
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:<small>Sound: T's Music</small>
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*''TearRingSaga: Yutona Eiyuu Senki'' (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Enterbrain)
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:<small>Developer: Tirnanog; Battle CG, Animation Production: [[Dream Japan]]; Some Graphics: Marchen Breaker; Some Graphics?: Ferga; 2D Character Graphics: Earthly Production; ?: Studio Ingaohboo; Debugging?: Pole To Win</small>
 
*''True Love Story'' (JP Publisher: ASCII)
 
*''True Love Story'' (JP Publisher: ASCII)
 
*''True Love Story 2'' (JP Publisher: ASCII)
 
*''True Love Story 2'' (JP Publisher: ASCII)
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===PlayStation 2===
 
===PlayStation 2===
*''Chenuen no San Goku Shi'' (development cooperation) (JP Publisher: Game Arts)
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*''Amagami'' (programming) (JP Publisher: Enterbrain)
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*''Chenuen no San Goku Shi'' (co-developer) (JP Publisher: Game Arts)
 
*''Kimi Kiss'' (programming) (JP Publisher: Enterbrain)
 
*''Kimi Kiss'' (programming) (JP Publisher: Enterbrain)
*''Gungrave O.D. / Gungrave: Overdose'' (development cooperation) (JP Publisher: Red; US Publisher: Mastiff; UK/AU Publisher: Play It)
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*''Gungrave O.D.'' / ''Gungrave: Overdose'' (co-developer) (JP Publisher: Red; US Publisher: Mastiff; UK/AU Publisher: Play It)
  
 
===Saturn===
 
===Saturn===
*''Derby Stallion'' (JP Publisher: ASCII)
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*<div style="color:red">''Derby Stallion'' (JP Publisher: ASCII)</div>
*''Game Basic for Sega Saturn'' (JP Publisher: ASCII)
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*''Game BASIC for SegaSaturn'' (JP Publisher: ASCII)
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*<div style="color:red">''Kekkon Zenya'' (JP Publisher: Shogakukan Production)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Mahou Gakuen Lunar'' (JP Publisher: Game Arts)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Mahou Gakuen Lunar'' (JP Publisher: Game Arts)</div>
 
*''Ooedo Renaissance'' (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Soft)
 
*''Ooedo Renaissance'' (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Soft)
*<div style="color:red">''Puyo Puyo Tsuu'' (JP Publisher: [[Compile]])</div>
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:<small>Graphics: [[Neverland]]?; Sound: T's Music</small>
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*<div style="color:red">''Puyo Puyo 2'' (JP Publisher: [[Compile]])</div>
  
 
===Super Famicom/Super NES===
 
===Super Famicom/Super NES===
*''Chouaniki: Bakuretsu Rantou-hen'' (JP Publisher: Masaya)
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*''Cho Aniki: Bakuretsu Rantou-hen'' (game design, some graphics, motion design, balance direction) (JP Publisher: Masaya)
:<small>Sound Production, Music: Two-Five; Sound Effects, Sound Driver: Cube</small>
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:<small>Programming: Yellow Horn?; Sound Production, Music: Two-Five; Sound Effects, Sound Driver: Cube</small>
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*''Gambler Jiko Chuushinha: Mahjong Kouisen'' (some programming?; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: PalSoft)
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:<small>Some Programming: Yellow Horn; Music: T's Music</small>
 
*''Gambler Jiko Chuushinha 2: Dorapon Quest'' (under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video)
 
*''Gambler Jiko Chuushinha 2: Dorapon Quest'' (under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video)
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:<small>Music: T's Music</small>
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*<div style="color:red">''Lasabirdie: Get in the Hole'' (JP Publisher: Ricoh)</div>
 
*''Monstania'' (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video)
 
*''Monstania'' (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video)
:<small>Planning: Amccus</small>
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:<small>Character Design?: Amccus; Some Graphics?: Japan Art Media</small>
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*''Pokonyan! Henpokorin Adventure'' (some programming, some coordination) (JP Publisher: Toho)
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:<small>Planning, Production: Toho, Shougakukan Production; Game Design, Direction: Vanguard; Some Programming, Graphics: [[Radical Plan]]?; Sound: Two-Five?; Some Coordination: Game Arts</small>
 
*<div style="color:red">''SD Gundam X: Super Gachapon World'' (JP Publisher: Yutaka)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''SD Gundam X: Super Gachapon World'' (JP Publisher: Yutaka)</div>
*''Sengoku no Hasha'' (JP Publisher: Banpresto)
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:<small>Some Music (Composition?): T's Music</small>
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*''Sengoku no Hasha: Tenka Fubu e no Michi'' (programming?; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Banpresto) [https://www35.atwiki.jp/sfcall/pages/804.html]
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===Vita===
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*<div style="color:red">''Yuusha Shisu.'' (JP Publisher: Nippon Ichi Software) [http://maximum.minimum.me/m/index.php?%E5%87%BA%E6%9D%A5%E4%BA%8B/2016%E5%B9%B4/02%E6%9C%88/%E5%8B%87%E8%80%85%E6%AD%BB%E3%81%99%E3%80%82%28PSV%29%E3%80%81%E7%99%BA%E5%A3%B2%E3%80%82]</div>
  
 
===Wii===
 
===Wii===
*''Dairantou Smash Brothers X / Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' (development cooperation)
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*''Dairantou Smash Brothers X'' / ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' (co-developer)
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===Wii U===
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*''Gotouchi Tetsudou: Gotouchi Chara to Nihon Zenkoku no Tabi'' (co-developer) (JP Publisher: Bandai Namco Games) [https://twitter.com/Diospada_009/status/538007123586580480]
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.highway.ne.jp/bitslabo/ Official website (Internet Archive Wayback Machine)] (Japanese)
 
*[http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.highway.ne.jp/bitslabo/ Official website (Internet Archive Wayback Machine)] (Japanese)
 
*[http://review-site.net/dt/index.php/ひ#.E3.83.93.E3.83.83.E3.83.84.E3.83.A9.E3.83.9C.E3.83.A9.E3.83.88.E3.83.AA.E3.83.BC.EF.BC.88Bits_Laboratory.EF.BC.89 Developer Table entry] (Japanese)
 
*[http://review-site.net/dt/index.php/ひ#.E3.83.93.E3.83.83.E3.83.84.E3.83.A9.E3.83.9C.E3.83.A9.E3.83.88.E3.83.AA.E3.83.BC.EF.BC.88Bits_Laboratory.EF.BC.89 Developer Table entry] (Japanese)
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* [http://web.archive.org/web/20030420164337/http://www.sofarts.com/software/history/main.htm Naozumi Honma's works List 1], [http://web.archive.org/web/20080328130934/www.sofarts.com/oldnew/software/history/index.html 2] (Internet Archive Wayback Machine) (Japanese)
  
 
[[Category:Companies]]
 
[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 04:35, 20 January 2022

Bits Laboratory logo

Not to be confused with British developer Bits Studios

Bits Laboratory Co. (有限会社ビッツラボラトリー) was established on December 24, 1985 [1], by Satoru Miyazaki (宮崎暁) with fellow part-time workers from ASCII. [2] Presumably it was originally called Workss. (The Famicom version of Ghostbusters credits "Workss"; The NES version credits "Bits.")

Bits Laboratory had a close relationship with Game Arts for years. In the 1990s, the company had a hit with the PlayStation dating sim True Love Story. It was also a member of Game Developers Network (GD-NET), a collective of smaller Japanese game developers. [3]

In 2017, Bits Laboratory entered into a formal business partnership with Miya Engineering [4], a software development company run by Toyokazu Miyazaki (宮崎豊和). [5]

Yasunori Takahara (高原保法) and Motoyuki Kanayama (金山泰志) started GameCrab in 2001, which continued development of the True Love Story series. [6]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, code comparisons, online resources, shared staff

Famicom/NES

  • Gambler Jiko Chuushinha (programming; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Asmik)
Music: Mecano Associates
  • Gambler Jiko Chuushinha 2 (some music [sound programming?]; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Asmik)
Some Music (Composition?): Mecano Associates
  • Ghostbusters (JP Publisher: Tokuma Shoten; US Publisher: Activision)
  • Hanjuku Hero (main programming, sound programming?) (JP Publisher: Square)
  • King's Knight (programming?) (JP/US Publisher: Square)
  • Mahou no Princess Minky Momo: Remember Dream (JP Publisher: Yutaka)
Music Composition: T's Music
  • Minna no Taabou no Nakayoshi Daisakusen (programming) (JP Publisher: Character Soft)
Original Concept: Game Arts; Planning: ASCII; Some Music: T's Music
  • SD Gundam Gachapon Senshi 4: New Type Story (programming; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Yutaka)
Direction, Scenario: Game Arts; Graphics: Japan Art Media?
  • Seiken Densetsu (unreleased) (co-developer) (Square)
A 3D dungeon RPG in development before the release of Dragon Quest. The game was half-finished when it was put on hold. [7]
  • Thexder (JP Publisher: Square)

Famicom Disk System

  • Kiki Kaikai: Dotou-hen (JP Publisher: Taito)
  • Magma Project Hacker (some programming) (JP Publisher: Tokuma Soft)
Some Programming: OSS
Says "Workss" even though this came out after the NES version of Ghostbusters

Game Boy

  • Kitchen Panic (JP Publisher: Coconuts Japan)

Mega CD/Sega CD

  • Lunar: Eternal Blue (some animation graphics/painting) (JP Publisher: Game Arts; US Publisher: Working Designs)
  • Prince of Persia (under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Victor; US/EU Publisher: Sega)
Graphics: M.P.Run
  • Rise of the Dragon (JP Publisher: Sega; US Publisher: Dynamix)
  • Urusei Yatsura: Dear My Friends (some programming) (JP Publisher: Game Arts)
  • Wing Commander (US Publisher: Electronic Arts; JP Publisher: Sega)

Mobile

  • Nyankoro Solitaire 10-ko-iri (some planning, some graphics, script) (JP Publisher: G-mode)
Some Planning, Programming, Some Graphics: opti-wave

PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16

  • After Burner II (programming, graphics) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
  • Darius Alpha ([some?] programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
  • Darius Plus ([some?] programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
  • Fantasy Zone (programming, some graphics) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue; US Publisher: NEC)
  • Toilet Kids (JP Publisher: Media Rings)
Music: T's Music
  • Veigues Tactical Gladiator (programming; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Victor; US Publisher: NEC)

PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx-CD

  • Ai Cho Aniki (game design, programming) (JP Publisher: Masaya)
Planning, Graphics: Vanguard; Sound: Two-Five
  • CD Mahjong: Bishoujo Chuushinha (JP Publisher: Games Express)
Some Programming: Yellow Horn?; Music: T's Music
  • Doukyuusei (opening direction, some programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
  • Gain Ground SX ([some?] direction, programming?, some graphics?) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
Some Graphics: Fill in Cafe; Sound: T's Music
  • Gambler Jiko Chuushinha: CD dayo Zenin Shuugou!! Gekitou 36 Janshi (some programming) (JP Publisher: Hudson)
  • Hi-Leg Fantasy (JP Publisher: Games Express)
  • Rainbow Islands (programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
Main Programming?: Yellow Horn
  • Side Arms Special (some programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
  • Space Invaders: The Original Game (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
  • Splash Lake (programming) (JP/US Publisher: NEC Avenue)
Sound: T's Music
  • Super Darius ([some?] programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
  • Uchuu Senkan Yamato (some music) (JP Publisher: Human)

PlayStation

  • Charumera (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Soft)
Sound: T's Music
  • TearRingSaga: Yutona Eiyuu Senki (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Enterbrain)
Developer: Tirnanog; Battle CG, Animation Production: Dream Japan; Some Graphics: Marchen Breaker; Some Graphics?: Ferga; 2D Character Graphics: Earthly Production; ?: Studio Ingaohboo; Debugging?: Pole To Win
  • True Love Story (JP Publisher: ASCII)
  • True Love Story 2 (JP Publisher: ASCII)
  • True Love Story Fan Disc (JP Publisher: ASCII)
  • True Love Story: Remember My Heart (JP Publisher: ASCII)

PlayStation 2

  • Amagami (programming) (JP Publisher: Enterbrain)
  • Chenuen no San Goku Shi (co-developer) (JP Publisher: Game Arts)
  • Kimi Kiss (programming) (JP Publisher: Enterbrain)
  • Gungrave O.D. / Gungrave: Overdose (co-developer) (JP Publisher: Red; US Publisher: Mastiff; UK/AU Publisher: Play It)

Saturn

  • Derby Stallion (JP Publisher: ASCII)
  • Game BASIC for SegaSaturn (JP Publisher: ASCII)
  • Kekkon Zenya (JP Publisher: Shogakukan Production)
  • Mahou Gakuen Lunar (JP Publisher: Game Arts)
  • Ooedo Renaissance (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Soft)
Graphics: Neverland?; Sound: T's Music
  • Puyo Puyo 2 (JP Publisher: Compile)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Cho Aniki: Bakuretsu Rantou-hen (game design, some graphics, motion design, balance direction) (JP Publisher: Masaya)
Programming: Yellow Horn?; Sound Production, Music: Two-Five; Sound Effects, Sound Driver: Cube
  • Gambler Jiko Chuushinha: Mahjong Kouisen (some programming?; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: PalSoft)
Some Programming: Yellow Horn; Music: T's Music
  • Gambler Jiko Chuushinha 2: Dorapon Quest (under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video)
Music: T's Music
  • Lasabirdie: Get in the Hole (JP Publisher: Ricoh)
  • Monstania (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video)
Character Design?: Amccus; Some Graphics?: Japan Art Media
  • Pokonyan! Henpokorin Adventure (some programming, some coordination) (JP Publisher: Toho)
Planning, Production: Toho, Shougakukan Production; Game Design, Direction: Vanguard; Some Programming, Graphics: Radical Plan?; Sound: Two-Five?; Some Coordination: Game Arts
  • SD Gundam X: Super Gachapon World (JP Publisher: Yutaka)
Some Music (Composition?): T's Music
  • Sengoku no Hasha: Tenka Fubu e no Michi (programming?; under subcontract with Game Arts?) (JP Publisher: Banpresto) [8]

Vita

  • Yuusha Shisu. (JP Publisher: Nippon Ichi Software) [9]

Wii

  • Dairantou Smash Brothers X / Super Smash Bros. Brawl (co-developer)

Wii U

  • Gotouchi Tetsudou: Gotouchi Chara to Nihon Zenkoku no Tabi (co-developer) (JP Publisher: Bandai Namco Games) [10]

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