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'''Eleca Co., Ltd.''' (エレカ) or '''Electronics Application Co., Ltd.''' (株式会社エレクトロニクスアプリケーション) was established on December 3, 1980. [http://wayback.archive.org/web/*/http://www.eleca.co.jp/company/company.html] Sakae Hamada (濱田榮) was the president. [http://www.find-job.net/list/company-e-91b3a5fb1f6e8240/1-1-1/]
'''Electronics Application''' (エレクトロニクスアプリケーション; aka Eleca [エレカ]) was established on December 3, 1980. [http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.eleca.co.jp/company/company.html]
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'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Actual mentions, hidden data, online resources (see [[#Links|Links]]), [[Eleca (credits)|shared staff]]
  
 
===Arcade===
 
===Arcade===
 
*''Angel Kids'' (programming) (Sega)
 
*''Angel Kids'' (programming) (Sega)
:<small>Production: Exa Planning</small>
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*<div style="color:red">''Crowns Golf'' (Nasco) [https://github.com/mamedev/mame/blob/master/src/mame/drivers/crgolf.cpp]</div>
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*<div style="color:red">''Crowns Golf in Hawaii'' (Nasco)</div>
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*''Megumi Rescue'' (unreleased) (programming) (Sega)
 
*''Pythagoras no Nazo'' (programming) (Sega)
 
*''Pythagoras no Nazo'' (programming) (Sega)
:<small>Production: Exa Planning</small>
 
  
 
===DS===
 
===DS===
*''Simple DS Series Vol. 7: Zokusha Kids, The: Bucchigiri Tsuushin Taisen!!'' (unreleased) (D3 Publisher)
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*''Simple DS Series Vol. 7: Zokusha Kids, The: Bucchigiri Tsuushin Taisen!!'' (unreleased) (D3 Publisher) [http://www.famitsu.com/game/coming/2005/09/15/104,1126719104,43394,0,0.html]
:<small>???: Sun Tech, Luxe</small>
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:<small>???: Suntech, Luxe</small>
  
 
===Game Boy===
 
===Game Boy===
*''Rock'n! Monster!!'' (co-developed with Horisoft) (JP Publisher: Hori)
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*''Jinsei Game'' (JP Publisher: Takara)
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:<small>Sound: DSP</small>
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*''Kuma no Puutarou: Takara Sagashi da Ooiri Game Battle!'' (JP Publisher: Takara)
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:<small>Sound: [[Tomcat System]], Beatmaniac</small>
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*''Momoiro Zousan'' (unreleased) (some programming) (B-AI)
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:<small>Developer: Tom Create; Some Programming: [[Pixel]]</small>
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*''Rock'n! Monster!!'' (co-developed with Horisoft and Hori) (JP Publisher: Hori)
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:<small>Sound: DSP</small>
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*''Tsume Shougi: Hyakuban Shoubu'' (programming) (JP Publisher: Imagineer)
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:<small>Sound Composition?: DSP</small>
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*''TV Champion'' (some planning, some programming?, some graphics; under subcontract with Tom Create)(JP Publisher: Yutaka)
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:<small>[Some?] Programming: Pixel; Sound: DSP</small>
  
 
===Game Boy Advance===
 
===Game Boy Advance===
*''Choro Q Advance / Gadget Racers'' (JP Publisher: Takara; US Publisher: Conspiracy Entertainment)
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*''Jinsei Game Advance'' (JP Publisher: Takara)
*''Choro Q Advance 2'' (JP Publisher: Takara)
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:<small>Sound: Reeb</small>
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*''Choro Q Advance / Gadget Racers / Penny Racers'' (JP Publisher: Takara; US Publisher: Conspiracy Entertainment; EU Publisher: Xicat Interactive)
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*''Choro Q Advance 2 / Gadget Racers / Road Trip: Shifting Gears'' (JP Publisher: Takara; EU Publisher: Zoo Digital Publishing; US Publisher: Conspiracy Entertainment)
  
 
===Game Boy Color===
 
===Game Boy Color===
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===Game Gear===
 
===Game Gear===
*''Scratch Golf'' (JP/US Publisher: [[Company:VIC Tokai|VIC Tokai]])
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*''Scratch Golf'' (JP/US Publisher: [[VIC Tokai]])
:<small>Production?, Sound: [[Company:Sanritsu/SIMS|SIMS]]</small>
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:<small>Production?, Sound: [[SIMS]]</small>
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===PlayStation===
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*''The King of Fighters '95'' (some programming) (JP Publisher: SNK; US Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America)
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:<small>Some Programming: [[Santos]]; Sound: First Circle</small>
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*''Puzzle Arena Toshinden'' (JP Publisher: Takara)
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:<small>Sound: Tamsoft</small>
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*<div style="color:red">''Real Bout Garou Densetsu'' (JP Publisher: SNK)</div>
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:<small>Sound: First Circle</small>
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*''Soukou Kihei Votoms: Koutetsu no Gunsei'' (JP Publisher: Takara)
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:<small>Sound: Reeb; Image & CG Illustration: [[Barnhouse Effect]]; Test Play: Pole To Win</small>
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*''Tatsunoko Fight'' (development coordination, some graphics) (JP Publisher: Takara)
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:<small>Developer: [[TUG]]; Sound: Cube; Animation Capturing: Barnhouse Effect</small>
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===PlayStation 2===
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*''New Jinsei Game'' (JP Publisher: [[Atlus]]) [http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm21220698]
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:<small>Some Graphics: Matatabi Studio, Radical Paint; Sound: TONES, Reeb</small>
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===Saturn===
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*''Lovely Pop 2-in-1: Jang Jang Koi Shimasho'' ([some?] programming, [some?] graphics) (JP Publisher: Visco) [http://raido.moe/staff/sat/sat_lovely_pop_jang_jang_koi_shimasho.html]
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:<small>Sound: Light Link Music</small>
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*''Mahou no Janshi Poe Poe Poemy'' (programming, graphics; under subcontract with [[Yumekobo|Aicom]]?) (JP Publisher: Imagineer)
  
 
===Super Famicom/Super NES===
 
===Super Famicom/Super NES===
*''Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kondo wa Puzzle de Oshioki yo!'' (under subcontract with Tom Create? [http://www.tomcreate.co.jp/k_rireki.htm]) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
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*''Battle Blaze'' (co-developed with [[Aicom]]) (JP/US Publisher: Sammy)
:[Shared staff]
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:<small>Sound Driver: [[C-lab.]]</small>
*''Dynamic Stadium'' (JP Publisher: Sammy)
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*''Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kondo wa Puzzle de Oshioki yo!'' (under subcontract with Tom Create? [http://www.tomcreate.co.jp/rireki.html]) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
:[Hidden data]
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:<small>Sound Composition: First Circle</small>
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*''Dynamic Stadium'' (programming) (JP Publisher: Sammy)
 
*''Hanafuda Ou'' (JP Publisher: Coconuts Japan)
 
*''Hanafuda Ou'' (JP Publisher: Coconuts Japan)
:[Shared staff]
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*''Ippatsu Gyakuten! Keiba Keirin Kyoutei'' (JP Publisher: POW)
*''Ippatsu Gyakuten! Keiba Keirin Kyoutei'' (JP Publisher: Planning Office WADA)
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:<small>Sound Programming: [[OeRSTED]]</small>
:[http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/Image:Elecalogo.jpg Actual mention] [[Company:Electronics Application (credits)#Ippatsu Gyakuten! Keiba Keirin Kyoutei (SFC)|[Shared staff]]]
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*''Panic in Nakayoshi World'' (under subcontract with Tom Create?) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
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:<small>Sound Composition: First Circle</small>
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*''Tottemo! Lucky Man: Lucky Cookie Roulette de Totsugekii!!'' (under subcontract with Tom Create?) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
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:<small>Sound Composition: First Circle</small>
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
*[http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.eleca.co.jp/ Official website (Internet Archive Wayback Machine)] (Japanese)
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*[http://wayback.archive.org/web/*/http://www.eleca.co.jp/ Official website (Internet Archive Wayback Machine)] (Japanese)
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[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 22:48, 2 August 2021

Eleca logo

Eleca Co., Ltd. (エレカ) or Electronics Application Co., Ltd. (株式会社エレクトロニクスアプリケーション) was established on December 3, 1980. [1] Sakae Hamada (濱田榮) was the president. [2]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, hidden data, online resources (see Links), shared staff

Arcade

  • Angel Kids (programming) (Sega)
  • Crowns Golf (Nasco) [3]
  • Crowns Golf in Hawaii (Nasco)
  • Megumi Rescue (unreleased) (programming) (Sega)
  • Pythagoras no Nazo (programming) (Sega)

DS

  • Simple DS Series Vol. 7: Zokusha Kids, The: Bucchigiri Tsuushin Taisen!! (unreleased) (D3 Publisher) [4]
???: Suntech, Luxe

Game Boy

  • Jinsei Game (JP Publisher: Takara)
Sound: DSP
  • Kuma no Puutarou: Takara Sagashi da Ooiri Game Battle! (JP Publisher: Takara)
Sound: Tomcat System, Beatmaniac
  • Momoiro Zousan (unreleased) (some programming) (B-AI)
Developer: Tom Create; Some Programming: Pixel
  • Rock'n! Monster!! (co-developed with Horisoft and Hori) (JP Publisher: Hori)
Sound: DSP
  • Tsume Shougi: Hyakuban Shoubu (programming) (JP Publisher: Imagineer)
Sound Composition?: DSP
  • TV Champion (some planning, some programming?, some graphics; under subcontract with Tom Create)(JP Publisher: Yutaka)
[Some?] Programming: Pixel; Sound: DSP

Game Boy Advance

  • Jinsei Game Advance (JP Publisher: Takara)
Sound: Reeb
  • Choro Q Advance / Gadget Racers / Penny Racers (JP Publisher: Takara; US Publisher: Conspiracy Entertainment; EU Publisher: Xicat Interactive)
  • Choro Q Advance 2 / Gadget Racers / Road Trip: Shifting Gears (JP Publisher: Takara; EU Publisher: Zoo Digital Publishing; US Publisher: Conspiracy Entertainment)

Game Boy Color

  • Choro Q: Hyper Customable GB (JP Publisher: Takara)
Sound: Reeb
  • Perfect Choro Q (JP Publisher: Takara)
Sound: Reeb

Game Gear

Production?, Sound: SIMS

PlayStation

  • The King of Fighters '95 (some programming) (JP Publisher: SNK; US Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America)
Some Programming: Santos; Sound: First Circle
  • Puzzle Arena Toshinden (JP Publisher: Takara)
Sound: Tamsoft
  • Real Bout Garou Densetsu (JP Publisher: SNK)
Sound: First Circle
  • Soukou Kihei Votoms: Koutetsu no Gunsei (JP Publisher: Takara)
Sound: Reeb; Image & CG Illustration: Barnhouse Effect; Test Play: Pole To Win
  • Tatsunoko Fight (development coordination, some graphics) (JP Publisher: Takara)
Developer: TUG; Sound: Cube; Animation Capturing: Barnhouse Effect

PlayStation 2

  • New Jinsei Game (JP Publisher: Atlus) [5]
Some Graphics: Matatabi Studio, Radical Paint; Sound: TONES, Reeb

Saturn

  • Lovely Pop 2-in-1: Jang Jang Koi Shimasho ([some?] programming, [some?] graphics) (JP Publisher: Visco) [6]
Sound: Light Link Music
  • Mahou no Janshi Poe Poe Poemy (programming, graphics; under subcontract with Aicom?) (JP Publisher: Imagineer)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Battle Blaze (co-developed with Aicom) (JP/US Publisher: Sammy)
Sound Driver: C-lab.
  • Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kondo wa Puzzle de Oshioki yo! (under subcontract with Tom Create? [7]) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Sound Composition: First Circle
  • Dynamic Stadium (programming) (JP Publisher: Sammy)
  • Hanafuda Ou (JP Publisher: Coconuts Japan)
  • Ippatsu Gyakuten! Keiba Keirin Kyoutei (JP Publisher: POW)
Sound Programming: OeRSTED
  • Panic in Nakayoshi World (under subcontract with Tom Create?) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Sound Composition: First Circle
  • Tottemo! Lucky Man: Lucky Cookie Roulette de Totsugekii!! (under subcontract with Tom Create?) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Sound Composition: First Circle

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