Difference between revisions of "Mutech"

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*''Madou King Granzort'' (JP Publisher: Hudson)
*''Madou King Granzort'' (JP Publisher: Hudson)
*[http://www.tera-inc.jp/363.html Yoshihiro Itami's profile] (Japanese)
*[http://inf.tsukuba.ac.jp/ET-COJT/instructors/ Former Mutech programmer Kenta Matsumoto's profile] (Japanese)

Revision as of 14:43, 20 February 2012

Mutech (株式会社ミュウテック) was a company started on October 1, 1986, and headed by Yoshihiro Itami (伊丹美裕). [1]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, shared staff

PC Engine/Turbo Grafx-16

  • Battle Lode Runner (programming, some map design) (JP Publisher: Hudson)
Sound: Westone
  • PC Genjin 2 / Bonk's Revenge (programming) (JP Publisher: Hudson; US Publisher: NEC)
  • Toy Shop Boys (programming) (JP Publisher: Victor)

PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx-CD

  • Cobra II: Densetsu no Otoko (programming) (JP Publisher: Hudson)
  • Fatal Fury Special (programming) (JP Publisher: Hudson)
  • Kagami no Kuni no Legend (programming) (JP Publisher: Victor)
  • Lodoss Tou Senki (programming) (JP Publisher: Hudson)
  • Mitsubachi Gakuen (programming) (JP Publisher: Hudson)
  • Quiz Avenue (programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
Direction: Bits Laboratory; Some Graphics: I.S.C.; Some Sound Source Production (?): Soft Machine
  • Quiz Avenue II (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
  • Quiz Avenue III (JP Publisher: NEC Avenue)
  • Tengai Makyou II: Manjimaru (some programming) (JP Publisher: Hudson)
  • Ultra Box 2 (programming, "Rendez-vous a Yokohama") (JP Publisher: Victor)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Hashire Hebereke (some sound) (JP Publisher: Sunsoft)


  • Madou King Granzort (JP Publisher: Hudson)