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'''Sanritsu Denki Co., Ltd.''' (サンリツ電気株式会社) was a Japanese electronics company established in December 1973. It manufactured communications equipment and vending machines before expanding into amusement machines in February 1977. After spending the first half of the 1980s making original arcade video games like ''Appoooh'' and ''Bank Panic'', the company began to publish and develop home games, including many done under contract with Sega. This relationship culminated in the creation of [[SIMS]], a new developer formed in 1991 with investment from both companies. [http://wayback.archive.org/web/20080820030912/http://www.sanritsudenki.com/enkaku.htm]
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'''Sanritsu Denki Co., Ltd.''' (サンリツ電気株式会社) was a Japanese electronics company established in December 1973. It manufactured communications equipment and vending machines before expanding into amusement machines in February 1977. [http://wayback.archive.org/web/20080820030912/http://www.sanritsudenki.com/enkaku.htm] After having spent the better part of the 1980s making original arcade video games, the company focused on publishing and developing home games, including many done under contract with Sega.
  
 
Sanritsu was later involved in ship radio manufacturing, selling remote monitoring systems, and electrical safety management. [http://wayback.archive.org/web/20080820030912/http://www.sanritsudenki.com/enkaku.htm] The company survived into the new millennium and for several years [http://wayback.archive.org/web/*/http://www.sanritsudenki.com/ had a website].
 
Sanritsu was later involved in ship radio manufacturing, selling remote monitoring systems, and electrical safety management. [http://wayback.archive.org/web/20080820030912/http://www.sanritsudenki.com/enkaku.htm] The company survived into the new millennium and for several years [http://wayback.archive.org/web/*/http://www.sanritsudenki.com/ had a website].
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Mamoru Shigeta (重田守), formerly of Irem and Jaleco [https://retrocdn.net/index.php?title=File%3AMdfan_JP_1991-11.pdf&page=99], was named president of Sanritsu in 1989. [http://www.ampress.co.jp/backnumber/bn2009.06.01.htm] He started a new company with Sega called [[SIMS]] in 1991.
  
 
[[A.I]] and [[S-Plan]] were started by former Sanritsu staff.
 
[[A.I]] and [[S-Plan]] were started by former Sanritsu staff.
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'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Actual mentions, code comparisons, [[Sanritsu (hidden data)|hidden data]], interviews, shared staff [http://gdri.smspower.org/credits/simscredits.txt] [http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/Sanritsu/SIMS_(credits)]
  
 
===Arcade===
 
===Arcade===
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*''Rougien'' (Sanritsu)
 
*''Rougien'' (Sanritsu)
 
*''Space War'' (Sanritsu)
 
*''Space War'' (Sanritsu)
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*''Super-7'' (unreleased?) (Sanritsu) [https://twitter.com/pingarage/status/1068009882387791873]
 
*''Van-Van Car'' (Sanritsu)
 
*''Van-Van Car'' (Sanritsu)
 
*''Yachtsman'' / ''Mermaid'' (Esco Trading/Rock-Ola)
 
*''Yachtsman'' / ''Mermaid'' (Esco Trading/Rock-Ola)
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===Game Gear===
 
===Game Gear===
 
*''Fantasy Zone Gear: Opa Opa Jr. no Bouken'' / ''Fantasy Zone'' (JP Publisher: Sanritsu; US/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''Fantasy Zone Gear: Opa Opa Jr. no Bouken'' / ''Fantasy Zone'' (JP Publisher: Sanritsu; US/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
:<small>Programming was probably outsourced</small>
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:<small>Programming: [[Hidaka Electronics]]</small>
 
*''Psychic World'' (JP/US/CA/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''Psychic World'' (JP/US/CA/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  
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*''Double Hawk'' (direction, planning) (EU Publisher: Sega)
 
*''Double Hawk'' (direction, planning) (EU Publisher: Sega)
 
:<small>Programming, Graphics, [Some?] Sound: [[Opera House]]</small>
 
:<small>Programming, Graphics, [Some?] Sound: [[Opera House]]</small>
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*<div style="color:red">''Dragon Crystal'' (EU/AU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)</div>
 
*''Dynamite Duke'' (EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''Dynamite Duke'' (EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''E-SWAT'' (US/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''E-SWAT'' (US/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
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*''Golfamania'' (EU/CA Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''Golfamania'' (EU/CA Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''James "Buster" Douglas Knockout Boxing'' / ''Heavyweight Champ'' (US/EU/AU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''James "Buster" Douglas Knockout Boxing'' / ''Heavyweight Champ'' (US/EU/AU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
*''Line of Fire'' (EU/AU Publisher: Sega; KR Publisher: Samsung; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
 
*''Mahjong Sengoku Jidai'' / ''Mah-Jong'' (JP/HK Publisher: Sega)
 
*''Mahjong Sengoku Jidai'' / ''Mah-Jong'' (JP/HK Publisher: Sega)
 
*''Psychic World'' (EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''Psychic World'' (EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
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*<div style="color:red">''Shadow Dancer'' (EU Publisher: Sega; KR Publisher: Samsung; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)</div>
 
*''Slap Shot'' (US/CA/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''Slap Shot'' (US/CA/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''Tennis Ace'' / ''Super Tennis'' (EU/CA Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
 
*''Tennis Ace'' / ''Super Tennis'' (EU/CA Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
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*''Gain Ground'' (JP Publisher: Sega; US Publisher: Renovation Products)
 
*''Gain Ground'' (JP Publisher: Sega; US Publisher: Renovation Products)
 
*''Tetris'' (unreleased) (Sega)
 
*''Tetris'' (unreleased) (Sega)
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==Links==
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.sanritsudenki.com/ Official website (Internet Archive Wayback Machine)] (Japanese)
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*[http://www.smspower.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=6909 SMS Power thread]
  
 
[[Category:Companies]]
 
[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 03:39, 2 June 2019

Sanritsu Denki Co., Ltd. (サンリツ電気株式会社) was a Japanese electronics company established in December 1973. It manufactured communications equipment and vending machines before expanding into amusement machines in February 1977. [1] After having spent the better part of the 1980s making original arcade video games, the company focused on publishing and developing home games, including many done under contract with Sega.

Sanritsu was later involved in ship radio manufacturing, selling remote monitoring systems, and electrical safety management. [2] The company survived into the new millennium and for several years had a website.

Mamoru Shigeta (重田守), formerly of Irem and Jaleco [3], was named president of Sanritsu in 1989. [4] He started a new company with Sega called SIMS in 1991.

A.I and S-Plan were started by former Sanritsu staff.

Research Methods: Actual mentions, code comparisons, hidden data, interviews, shared staff [5] [6]

Arcade

  • Appoooh (Sega)
  • Bank Panic (Sega)
  • Changeleon (Sanritsu)
  • Combat Hawk (Sega)
  • Dr. Micro (Sanritsu)
  • Dream Shopper (Sanritsu)
  • Ganbare Chinsan Ooshoubu (Sanritsu)
  • Jantotsu (Kiwako)
  • Kiki Ippatsu Mayumi-chan (Victory)
  • Mahjong Kyou Jidai (Sanritsu)
  • Mr. Jong / BlockBuster / Crazy Blocks (Kiwako/ECI)
  • Red Selector (unreleased?) (Sanritsu)
Early version of Dream Shopper
  • Robo Wres 2001 (Sega)
  • Ron II (Sanritsu)
  • Rougien (Sanritsu)
  • Space War (Sanritsu)
  • Super-7 (unreleased?) (Sanritsu) [7]
  • Van-Van Car (Sanritsu)
  • Yachtsman / Mermaid (Esco Trading/Rock-Ola)

Famicom/NES

  • Alien Syndrome (JP Publisher: Sunsoft; US Publisher: Tengen)

Game Gear

  • Fantasy Zone Gear: Opa Opa Jr. no Bouken / Fantasy Zone (JP Publisher: Sanritsu; US/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
Programming: Hidaka Electronics
  • Psychic World (JP/US/CA/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)

Mark III/Master System

  • Aerial Assault (US/EU/AU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Alien Storm (EU Publisher: Sega; KR Publisher: Samsung)
  • Alien Syndrome (JP/US/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Assault City (EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Bomber Raid (JP/EU Publisher: Sega; US Publisher: Activision)
  • Bonanza Bros. (EU Publisher: Sega; KR Publisher: Samsung; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Double Hawk (direction, planning) (EU Publisher: Sega)
Programming, Graphics, [Some?] Sound: Opera House
  • Dragon Crystal (EU/AU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Dynamite Duke (EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • E-SWAT (US/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Forgotten Worlds (EU Publisher: Sega; KR Publisher: Samsung; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • G-LOC: Air Battle (EU Publisher: Sega; KR Publisher: Samsung; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Gain Ground (EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Great Volleyball / Great Voley (JP/US/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Golfamania (EU/CA Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • James "Buster" Douglas Knockout Boxing / Heavyweight Champ (US/EU/AU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Mahjong Sengoku Jidai / Mah-Jong (JP/HK Publisher: Sega)
  • Psychic World (EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Shadow Dancer (EU Publisher: Sega; KR Publisher: Samsung; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Slap Shot (US/CA/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Tennis Ace / Super Tennis (EU/CA Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
  • Wanted (US/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)

Mega Drive/Genesis

  • Flash Point (unreleased) (Sega)
  • Gain Ground (JP Publisher: Sega; US Publisher: Renovation Products)
  • Tetris (unreleased) (Sega)

Links