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Contract game development company started by Kenji Eno in 1989. Tired of doing contract work, Eno started Warp in 1994.

Research Methods: Code comparisons, online resources (see links), shared credits

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  • Miyasu Nonki no Quiz 18-kin (Manufacturer: EIM)


  • Casino Kid II (music/sound) (US Publisher: SOFEL)
Developer: SOFEL
  • Juuouki (JP Publisher: Asmik)
  • SD Hero Soukessen: Taose! Aku no Gundan (JP Publisher: Banpresto)
  • Superman / Sunman (unreleased) (Sunsoft)
  • Time Zone (JP Publisher: Sigma)
  • Ultraman Club 2: Kaettekita Ultraman Club (JP Publisher: Yutaka)
  • Wanpaku Kokkun no Gourmet World / Panic Restaurant (JP/US/EU Publisher: Taito)

Former EIM/Warp programmer Hirofumi Hayashida's employment history summary on the Corelogic site (his latest business) mentions a Famicom game called "Kyouryuu Densetsu." Does he mean Kouryuu Densetsu Villgust Gaiden? Or something else entirely?