Difference between revisions of "EIM"

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*''Time Zone'' (JP Publisher: Sigma)
*''Time Zone'' (JP Publisher: Sigma)
*''Wanpaku Kokkun no Gourmet World / Panic Restaurant'' (JP/US/EU Publisher: Taito)
*''Wanpaku Kokkun no Gourmet World / Panic Restaurant'' (JP/US/EU Publisher: Taito)
===Game Boy===
*''Superman'' (unreleased) (Sunsoft) [https://twitter.com/Kawade_Yoichi/status/1248096790827503616]

Revision as of 21:09, 11 April 2020

EIM logo

EIM Ltd. (有限会社E.I.M) ("Entertainment Imagination and Magnificence" [1]) was a game development company started by Kenji Eno (飯野賢治) after leaving Interlink. Frustrated with having to make games with licensed characters, he eventually shut it down. He would reemerge with another company, the more well-known Warp. [2]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, online resources, shared staff


  • Miyasu Nonki no Quiz 18-kin (EIM) [3]
  • SD Gundam Sangokushi Rainbow Tairiku Senki (Banpresto) [4]


  • Casino Kid II (music/sound) (US Publisher: SOFEL)
  • Kyouryuu Densetsu (unreleased) (HAL Laboratory) [5] [6]
  • Moeyo Butaman!? (unreleased) (Sigma) [7]
Looks very similar to Time Zone, but neither Kenji Eno nor EIM have been mentioned in relation to it
  • Superman / Sunman (unreleased) (Sunsoft)
  • Time Zone (JP Publisher: Sigma)
  • Wanpaku Kokkun no Gourmet World / Panic Restaurant (JP/US/EU Publisher: Taito)

Game Boy

  • Superman (unreleased) (Sunsoft) [8]