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*''MoguMogu Gombo: Harukanaru Chou Ryouri Densetsu'' (JP Publisher: Bandai)
 
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*''Slam Dunk 2, From TV Animation: Zenkoku e no Tip Off'' (JP Publisher: Bandai)
 
*''Slam Dunk 2, From TV Animation: Zenkoku e no Tip Off'' (JP Publisher: Bandai)
 
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Latest revision as of 22:37, 1 May 2021

Layup logo

Layup Co., Ltd. (株式会社レイアップ; originally written "Lay-up" [レイ・アップ]) plans, produces, develops, manufactures, and sells products such as toys and character goods. It was established on August 15, 1979. [1]

In 1997, Varie and sister company Sonnet Computer Entertainment were merged into Layup. (Presumably Layup acquired them at some point, but there is no information available.)

Research Methods: Actual mentions, shared staff

Famicom/NES

  • Nakayoshi to Issho (JP Publisher: Yutaka)
Music Arrangement, Some Sound Effects: T's Music

Game Boy

  • Captain Tsubasa J: Zenkoku Seiha e no Chousen (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Sound: T's Music
  • MoguMogu Gombo: Harukanaru Chou Ryouri Densetsu (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Programming?: Easy Computer System [2]; Sound: T's Music
  • Slam Dunk 2, From TV Animation: Zenkoku e no Tip Off (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Sound: T's Music

Game Boy Color

  • Gonta no Okiraku Daibouken (JP Publisher: Upstar)

Mega CD/Sega CD

  • Arslān Senki: The Heroic Legend of Arslān (some CG support) (JP Publisher: Sega)
Developer: BEC; Game Sound: Cube

Pippin

  • SD Gundam Wars (JP Publisher: Bandai)

PlayStation

  • PD Ultraman Invaders (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • SD Gundam: Over Galaxian (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Sound Engineering: Studio Cliche; Sound Effects: Fizz Sound Creation; Sound Production: Audio Planning U
  • Shin SD Sengokuden: Kidou Musha Taisen (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Music: Mint
  • Universal Nuts (JP Publisher: Layup)
  • Zen Super Robot Taisen Denshi Daihyakka (JP Publisher: Banpresto)

Saturn

  • Universal Nuts (JP Publisher: Layup)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Cyborg 009 (JP Publisher: Interbec)
Programming: ? (shares programmers with Super Bikkuriman)
  • Shin SD Sengokuden: Daishougun Retsuden (JP Publisher: Interbec)
Sound: Mint

Windows

  • Little Step (JP Publisher: Imagineer)
  • SD Gundam Wars (JP Publisher: Bandai)

WonderSwan

  • Chaos Gear: Michibikareshi Mono (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Some Debugging: Studio Stat
  • Macross: True Love Song (JP Publisher: Upstar) [3]
Some Production, Programming: Prime System Development; Sound: SAME Creative
  • Makaimura for WonderSwan (some planning, some graphics) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • Rockman & Forte: Mirai kara no Chousensha (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Test Play: Studio Stat

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