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===Game Boy Advance===
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'''Floor Co., Ltd.''' (株式会社フロア) was a development company in Osaka. It was established in December 1998 and was originally headed by Michinori Fukushima (福島道宣) [https://web.archive.org/web/20040601231150/http://www.floor.co.jp:80/about.php], a former [[Tose]] and freelance programmer. [http://www.ideacoupe.com/2019/10/idecoupeself-introduction.html]
*Pachislot simulation game from 2001 (all development)
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===Game Boy Color===
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Fukushima left and established a new company in January 2009 called Istpika. [http://www.ideacoupe.com/2019/10/idecoupeself-introduction.html] Takashi Tokuda (徳田隆史) took over as president. In April 2012, Hiroyuki Kamitake (上竹博之) was appointed president. [https://web.archive.org/web/20120923205824/http://www.floor.co.jp:80/company_history.html]
*''Data-Navi Pro Yakyuu'' (programming, some graphics [Floor website says "all development"]) (JP Publisher: Now Production) [professional baseball simulation game from 2000]
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*Localization and porting of Game Boy retro game two-in-one to Game Boy Color for overseas
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*Professional baseball simulation game from 1999 (all development) [''Koushien Pocket''?]
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===PDA===
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'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Actual mentions, online resources
*Board game omake (all development)
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===Game Boy Color===
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*''Data-Navi Pro Yakyuu'' (programming, some graphics [Floor website says "all development"]) (JP Publisher: Now Production)
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*''Data-Navi Pro Yakyuu 2'' (programming, some graphics) (JP Publisher: Now Production)
  
 
===PlayStation===
 
===PlayStation===
*''<nowiki>'</nowiki>98 Koushien'' (sound programming) (JP Publisher: [[Magical]])
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*''Block Kuzushi: Kowashite Help!'' / ''Block Kuzushi'' (direction, programming, graphics [Floor website says "all development"]) (JP Publisher: Media Gallop/Hamster)
:<small>Environment Graphics: [[Thinking Rabbit]]; CG Movies: DML (Digital Media Lab?), PD</small>
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*2D pachinko simulation game from 2000 (all development)
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*2D pachinko simulation game from 2000 (all development)
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*''Block Kuzushi: Kowashite Help!'' / ''Block Kuzushi'' (direction, programming, graphics [Floor website says "all development"]) (JP Publisher: Media Gallop/Hamster) [block kuzushi from 2000; ported from Neo Geo]
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:<small>Production, Planning: Now Production</small>
 
:<small>Production, Planning: Now Production</small>
*Board game from 1998 (all development)
 
*Board game from 1999 (all development)
 
*Educational software for young children with 10 games from 2001 (all development)
 
*Planning and development of full rotation and scaling game for PocketStation
 
*Practical software from 2001 (all development)
 
*Practical software from 2001 (all development)
 
  
 
===PlayStation 2===
 
===PlayStation 2===
*Planning and development of full 3D toon shading game
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*''Gachinko Pro Yakyuu'' (JP Publisher: Now Production)
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:<small>?: Studio Cliche</small>
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===PSP===
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*<div style="color:red">''100-man-ton no Bara Bara'' / ''Patchwork Heroes'' (JP/AS/US/EU Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)</div>
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*<div style="color:red">''Patapon 3'' (US/EU/AU/AS/JP/KR Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)</div>
  
===Saturn===
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==Links==
*Full 3D puzzle game ported from PlayStation from 1998 (programming, graphics)
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20010701000000*/http://www.floor.co.jp/ Official website] (Japanese)
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:Works lists [https://web.archive.org/web/20020121165930/http://floor.co.jp:80/product.htm] [https://web.archive.org/web/20031006172625/http://www.floor.co.jp:80/product.html] [https://web.archive.org/web/20120924053643/http://www.floor.co.jp:80/results01.html]
  
===WonderSwan===
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[[Category:Companies]]
*Action game from 1999 (sub programming)
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[[Category:Companies based in Osaka]]

Latest revision as of 02:49, 19 May 2022

Floor Co., Ltd. (株式会社フロア) was a development company in Osaka. It was established in December 1998 and was originally headed by Michinori Fukushima (福島道宣) [1], a former Tose and freelance programmer. [2]

Fukushima left and established a new company in January 2009 called Istpika. [3] Takashi Tokuda (徳田隆史) took over as president. In April 2012, Hiroyuki Kamitake (上竹博之) was appointed president. [4]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, online resources

Game Boy Color

  • Data-Navi Pro Yakyuu (programming, some graphics [Floor website says "all development"]) (JP Publisher: Now Production)
  • Data-Navi Pro Yakyuu 2 (programming, some graphics) (JP Publisher: Now Production)

PlayStation

  • Block Kuzushi: Kowashite Help! / Block Kuzushi (direction, programming, graphics [Floor website says "all development"]) (JP Publisher: Media Gallop/Hamster)
Production, Planning: Now Production

PlayStation 2

  • Gachinko Pro Yakyuu (JP Publisher: Now Production)
?: Studio Cliche

PSP

  • 100-man-ton no Bara Bara / Patchwork Heroes (JP/AS/US/EU Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
  • Patapon 3 (US/EU/AU/AS/JP/KR Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)

Links

Works lists [5] [6] [7]