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Aka "Digital Ware" or "DigitalWare." Company started in March 1995 by, we guess, former [[Company:Cream|Cream]] staff. Headed by Toshihiko Momoi (桃井俊彦).
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Aka "Digital Ware" or "DigitalWare." Company started in March 1995 by, we guess, former [[Cream]] staff. Headed by Toshihiko Momoi (桃井俊彦).
  
 
The extent to which Digitalware was involved with many of these games is very questionable, hence all the red. Credits would be appreciated.
 
The extent to which Digitalware was involved with many of these games is very questionable, hence all the red. Credits would be appreciated.
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===Dreamcast===
 
===Dreamcast===
 
*''Dino Crisis'' (some programming) (JP/US/EU Publisher: Capcom)
 
*''Dino Crisis'' (some programming) (JP/US/EU Publisher: Capcom)
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:<small>Direction: [[Nextech]]; Some Planning, Some Programming?: [[Media Entertainment]], Gargoyle Mechanics; Graphics: Avant; Sound: Paon</small>
  
 
===DS===
 
===DS===
*''Simple DS Series Vol. 7: The Illust Puzzle & Suuji Puzzle'' / ''Essential Sudoku DS'' (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher; EU Publisher: Essential Games [D3 Publisher])
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*''Simple DS Series Vol. 7: The Illust Puzzle & Suuji Puzzle'' / ''Essential Sudoku DS'' (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher; EU Publisher: Essential Games)
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*''Simple DS Series Vol. 28: The Illust Puzzle & Suuji Puzzle 2'' (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher)
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*''Simple DS Series Vol. 33: The Crossword & Kanji Puzzle'' (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher)
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===GameCube===
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*''International Superstar Soccer 3'' (some programming) (EU Publisher: Konami)
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:<small>Some Programming: [[Highwaystar]], [[Quintet]]</small>
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*<div style="color:red">''Spider-Man''</div>
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*''Zatch Bell! Mamodo Fury'' (under subcontract with Mechanic Arms) (US Publisher: Bandai Namco Games)
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:<small>Overall Development/Development Management (1 Person + 7 Outside People): Mechanic Arms</small>
  
 
===Neo Geo===
 
===Neo Geo===
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===Nintendo 64===
 
===Nintendo 64===
*<div style="color:red">''Bass Rush: ECOGEAR PowerWorm Championship'' (JP Publisher: Visco)</div>
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*''Bass Rush: ECOGEAR PowerWorm Championship'' (some programming) (JP Publisher: Visco)
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:<small>Sound: Cube</small>
  
 
===PlayStation===
 
===PlayStation===
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*''Élan Plus'' (game production) (JP Publisher: Visco) [http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm18984999]
 
*''Élan Plus'' (game production) (JP Publisher: Visco) [http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm18984999]
 
:<small>Game Design, Direction: Arowana; Mechanical Design: Studio Camshaft; Visual Design: Sony Music Communications; Sound: Light Link Music; CG Movies: Dimension; ?: Minthouse?</small>
 
:<small>Game Design, Direction: Arowana; Mechanical Design: Studio Camshaft; Visual Design: Sony Music Communications; Sound: Light Link Music; CG Movies: Dimension; ?: Minthouse?</small>
*<div style="color:red">''Heroine Dream'' (JP Publisher: Map Japan)</div>
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*''Free Talk Studio: Mari no Kimama na Oshaberi'' ([some?] programming, graphics) (JP Publisher: Media Entertainment)
*<div style="color:red">''Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo 3: Shouryuu Densetsu Satsujin Jiken'' (JP Publisher: Kodansha)</div>
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:<small>Built-In Sound Source BGM, Sound Effects, Voice Editing: Studio Cliche</small>
*<div style="color:gray">''Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo: Jigoku Yuuen Satsujin Jiken'' (some CG design) (JP Publisher: Kodansha)</div>
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*''Heroine Dream'' (some graphics support?; under subcontract with ISCO?) (JP Publisher: Map Japan)
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*''Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo: Jigoku Yuuen Satsujin Jiken'' (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Kodansha)
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:<small>Developer: Digital Frontier</small>
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*''Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo 3: Seiryuu Densetsu Satsujin Jiken'' (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Kodansha)
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:<small>Developer: TYO Entertainment</small>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Kids Station: Magical Music: Eigo de One Two Three!'' (JP Publisher: Bandai)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Kids Station: Magical Music: Eigo de One Two Three!'' (JP Publisher: Bandai)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Rung Rung: Oz no Mahou Tsukai: Another World'' (PocketStation) (JP Publisher: [[Affect]])</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Rung Rung: Oz no Mahou Tsukai: Another World'' (PocketStation) (JP Publisher: [[Affect]])</div>
*<div style="color:red">''Salaryman Kintarou: The Game'' (JP Publisher: Bandai)</div>
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*''Salaryman Kintarou: The Game'' (JP Publisher: Bandai)
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:<small>Sound: Light Link Music</small>
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*''World Soccer Winning Eleven 2002'' (co-developed with KCET?) (JP Publisher: Konami) [http://raido.moe/staff/ps1/ps1_world_soccer_winning_eleven_2002.html]
  
 
===PlayStation 2===
 
===PlayStation 2===
*<div style="color:red">''Bujingai'' / ''Bujingai: The Forsaken City'' / ''Bujingai Swordmaster'' (JP Publisher: Taito; US Publisher: BAM! Entertainment; EU Publisher: 505 GameStreet)</div>
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*''Arc the Lad: Seirei no Koukon'' / ''Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits'' (development support) (JP/US/EU Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
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*''Bujingai'' / ''Bujingai: The Forsaken City'' / ''Bujingai Swordmaster'' (localization programming and graphics) (JP Publisher: Taito; US Publisher: BAM! Entertainment; EU Publisher: 505 GameStreet)
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*''Konjiki no Gashbell!! Gekitou! Saikyou no Mamonotachi'' / ''Zatch Bell! Mamodo Fury'' (under subcontract with Mechanic Arms) (JP Publisher: Bandai; US Publisher: Bandai Namco Games)
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:<small>Overall Development/Development Management (1 Person + 4 Outside People): Mechanic Arms</small>
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*''Naruto: Uzumaki Ninden'' / ''Naruto: Uzumaki Chronicles'' (some localization) (JP/EU/AU Publisher: Bandai; US Publisher: Bandai Namco Games)
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:<small>Production: Cavia; Developer: [[Racjin]]; Additional Production: In-Glove; Some Localization: thinkArts</small>
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*''Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 5: Golden Axe'' (some programming) (JP Publisher: 3D Ages)
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*''Simple 2000 Series Vol. 96: The Kaizoku: Gaikotsu Ippirates!'' / ''Buccaneer'' (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher; EU Publisher: Essential Games)
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*<div style="color:red">''Spider-Man''</div>
  
 
===Saturn===
 
===Saturn===
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*<div style="color:red">''Crows: The Battle Action for Sega Saturn'' (JP Publisher: Athena)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Crows: The Battle Action for Sega Saturn'' (JP Publisher: Athena)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Diary'' (unreleased?)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Diary'' (unreleased?)</div>
*<div style="color:red">''Dragon's Heaven'' (unreleased?)</div>
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*<div style="color:red">''Dragon's Heaven'' (unreleased) (Data East)</div>
*<div style="color:red">''Free Talk Studio: Mari no Kimamana Oshaberi'' (JP Publisher: Media Entertainment)</div>
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*''Free Talk Studio: Mari no Kimama na Oshaberi'' (programming, graphics) (JP Publisher: Media Entertainment)
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:<small>Voice Editing: Studio Cliche</small>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Game-Ware Vol. 4'' (Pipitto Boy no Daibouken 4; under subcontract with ISCO) (JP Publisher: General Entertainment)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Game-Ware Vol. 4'' (Pipitto Boy no Daibouken 4; under subcontract with ISCO) (JP Publisher: General Entertainment)</div>
*<div style="color:red">''Jungle Park Saturn Shima'' (JP Publisher: BMG Japan)</div>
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*''Jungle Park: Saturn Island'' (JP Publisher: BMG Japan)
 
*<div style="color:red">''Lovely Pop 2 in 1: Jan Jan Koi Shimasho'' (JP Publisher: Visco)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Lovely Pop 2 in 1: Jan Jan Koi Shimasho'' (JP Publisher: Visco)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''M[emu] Kimi o Tsutaete'' (JP Publisher: DaZZ)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''M[emu] Kimi o Tsutaete'' (JP Publisher: DaZZ)</div>
*<div style="color:red">''Sekai no Shasou Kara I Swiss-hen: Alps Tozantetsudou no Tabi'' (JP Publisher: Fujitsu)</div>
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*<div style="color:red">''Sekai no Shasou Kara I Swiss-hen: Alps Tozantetsudou no Tabi'' (production cooperation) (JP Publisher: Fujitsu) [https://pr.fujitsu.com/jp/news/1996/Dec/sega.html]</div>
  
 
===Super Famicom/Super NES===
 
===Super Famicom/Super NES===
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===WonderSwan Color===
 
===WonderSwan Color===
*<div style="color:red">''Kidou Senshi Gundam Vol.1: Side7'' (JP Publisher: Bandai)</div>
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*''Kidou Senshi Gundam Vol.1: Side7'' (JP Publisher: Bandai)
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:<small>Production, Planning: Arowana; Sound: Light Link Music</small>
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*''Kidou Senshi Gundam Vol.2: Jaburo'' (JP Publisher: Bandai)
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:<small>Production, Planning: Arowana; Sound: Light Link Music</small>
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===Xbox===
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*<div style="color:red">''Spider-Man''</div>
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==

Latest revision as of 01:38, 16 August 2022

ATTENTION: This entry is a WORK IN PROGRESS
This entry is not finished. Please use with caution.

Aka "Digital Ware" or "DigitalWare." Company started in March 1995 by, we guess, former Cream staff. Headed by Toshihiko Momoi (桃井俊彦).

The extent to which Digitalware was involved with many of these games is very questionable, hence all the red. Credits would be appreciated.

Research Methods: Online resources (see Links), shared credits

Dreamcast

  • Dino Crisis (some programming) (JP/US/EU Publisher: Capcom)
Direction: Nextech; Some Planning, Some Programming?: Media Entertainment, Gargoyle Mechanics; Graphics: Avant; Sound: Paon

DS

  • Simple DS Series Vol. 7: The Illust Puzzle & Suuji Puzzle / Essential Sudoku DS (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher; EU Publisher: Essential Games)
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 28: The Illust Puzzle & Suuji Puzzle 2 (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher)
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 33: The Crossword & Kanji Puzzle (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher)

GameCube

  • International Superstar Soccer 3 (some programming) (EU Publisher: Konami)
Some Programming: Highwaystar, Quintet
  • Spider-Man
  • Zatch Bell! Mamodo Fury (under subcontract with Mechanic Arms) (US Publisher: Bandai Namco Games)
Overall Development/Development Management (1 Person + 7 Outside People): Mechanic Arms

Neo Geo

  • Breakers Revenge (programming, graphics) (JP Publisher: Visco)
Sound: Light Link Music

Nintendo 64

  • Bass Rush: ECOGEAR PowerWorm Championship (some programming) (JP Publisher: Visco)
Sound: Cube

PlayStation

  • Élan (JP Publisher: Visco)
  • Élan Plus (game production) (JP Publisher: Visco) [1]
Game Design, Direction: Arowana; Mechanical Design: Studio Camshaft; Visual Design: Sony Music Communications; Sound: Light Link Music; CG Movies: Dimension; ?: Minthouse?
  • Free Talk Studio: Mari no Kimama na Oshaberi ([some?] programming, graphics) (JP Publisher: Media Entertainment)
Built-In Sound Source BGM, Sound Effects, Voice Editing: Studio Cliche
  • Heroine Dream (some graphics support?; under subcontract with ISCO?) (JP Publisher: Map Japan)
  • Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo: Jigoku Yuuen Satsujin Jiken (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Kodansha)
Developer: Digital Frontier
  • Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo 3: Seiryuu Densetsu Satsujin Jiken (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Kodansha)
Developer: TYO Entertainment
  • Kids Station: Magical Music: Eigo de One Two Three! (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • Rung Rung: Oz no Mahou Tsukai: Another World (PocketStation) (JP Publisher: Affect)
  • Salaryman Kintarou: The Game (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Sound: Light Link Music
  • World Soccer Winning Eleven 2002 (co-developed with KCET?) (JP Publisher: Konami) [2]

PlayStation 2

  • Arc the Lad: Seirei no Koukon / Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits (development support) (JP/US/EU Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
  • Bujingai / Bujingai: The Forsaken City / Bujingai Swordmaster (localization programming and graphics) (JP Publisher: Taito; US Publisher: BAM! Entertainment; EU Publisher: 505 GameStreet)
  • Konjiki no Gashbell!! Gekitou! Saikyou no Mamonotachi / Zatch Bell! Mamodo Fury (under subcontract with Mechanic Arms) (JP Publisher: Bandai; US Publisher: Bandai Namco Games)
Overall Development/Development Management (1 Person + 4 Outside People): Mechanic Arms
  • Naruto: Uzumaki Ninden / Naruto: Uzumaki Chronicles (some localization) (JP/EU/AU Publisher: Bandai; US Publisher: Bandai Namco Games)
Production: Cavia; Developer: Racjin; Additional Production: In-Glove; Some Localization: thinkArts
  • Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 5: Golden Axe (some programming) (JP Publisher: 3D Ages)
  • Simple 2000 Series Vol. 96: The Kaizoku: Gaikotsu Ippirates! / Buccaneer (JP Publisher: D3 Publisher; EU Publisher: Essential Games)
  • Spider-Man

Saturn

  • Aqua-World Umibi Monogatari (JP Publisher: Masudaya)
  • Cross Romance: Koi to Mahjong to Hanafuda to (JP Publisher: Nichibutsu)
  • Crows: The Battle Action for Sega Saturn (JP Publisher: Athena)
  • Diary (unreleased?)
  • Dragon's Heaven (unreleased) (Data East)
  • Free Talk Studio: Mari no Kimama na Oshaberi (programming, graphics) (JP Publisher: Media Entertainment)
Voice Editing: Studio Cliche
  • Game-Ware Vol. 4 (Pipitto Boy no Daibouken 4; under subcontract with ISCO) (JP Publisher: General Entertainment)
  • Jungle Park: Saturn Island (JP Publisher: BMG Japan)
  • Lovely Pop 2 in 1: Jan Jan Koi Shimasho (JP Publisher: Visco)
  • M[emu] Kimi o Tsutaete (JP Publisher: DaZZ)
  • Sekai no Shasou Kara I Swiss-hen: Alps Tozantetsudou no Tabi (production cooperation) (JP Publisher: Fujitsu) [3]

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Fishing Koushien (JP Publisher: King Records)
Might they have meant the Saturn version? ISCO was involved with that one.
  • Leading Jockey 2 (JP Publisher: Carrozzeria Japan)
  • Numbers Paradise (under subcontract with ISCO) (JP Publisher: Acclaim)

Windows (PC-98?)

  • F-14 Fleet Defender
  • Ravi (Rabi?) no Daibouken
  • Warcraft II

WonderSwan

  • Rainbow Islands: Putty's Party (programming, graphics) (JP Publisher: MegaHouse)
Planning, Production: Arowana; Sound: Light Link Music; Gate Link Program: Golden Weeds Project

WonderSwan Color

  • Kidou Senshi Gundam Vol.1: Side7 (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Production, Planning: Arowana; Sound: Light Link Music
  • Kidou Senshi Gundam Vol.2: Jaburo (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Production, Planning: Arowana; Sound: Light Link Music

Xbox

  • Spider-Man

Links