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Established August 1986. Became Shangri-La in 1996.
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[[Image:Logo shangri-la.png|right|Shangri-la logo]]
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'''Shangri-La Corporation''' (株式会社シャングリ・ラ) was established in August 1986 [http://wayback.archive.org/web/20010619131254/http://www.shangrila.co.jp/kaisya/gaiyou.htm] as '''Copya System Ltd.''' (有限会社コピアシステム) In 1996, the company changed names [http://review-site.net/dt/index.php/こ#.E3.82.B3.E3.83.94.E3.82.A2.E3.82.B7.E3.82.B9.E3.83.86.E3.83.A0] and moved away from contract work. It likely closed around 2000. Former staff started [[Soyuz]] that year and continued development of the ''Panzer Front'' tank simulation series.
  
'''[[Research Methods]]:''' Actual mentions, online resources (see [[#Links|Links]]), shared credits
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'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Actual mentions, online resources, shared staff
  
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==As Copya System==
 
===3DO===
 
===3DO===
 
*''Keiba Saishou no Housoku'' (JP Publisher: Copya System)
 
*''Keiba Saishou no Housoku'' (JP Publisher: Copya System)
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*''Dead Heat Scramble'' (JP Publisher: Copya System; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
 
*''Dead Heat Scramble'' (JP Publisher: Copya System; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
 
*''Go! Go! Tank'' (JP Publisher: Copya System; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
 
*''Go! Go! Tank'' (JP Publisher: Copya System; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
*''Hokuto no Ken: Seijetsu Juuban Shoubu / Fist of the North Star'' (under Shouei System) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
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*''Hokuto no Ken: Seizetsu Juuban Shoubu'' / ''Fist of the North Star'' (under subcontract with Shouei System?) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
*''Magic Eclipse'' (unreleased) (Copya System) [http://page13.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/r39676261]
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:<small>Direction, Game Design: Shouei System</small>
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*''Magic Eclipse'' (unreleased) (Copya System) [https://geemuboi.web.fc2.com/cancelled/magic-eclipse.htm]
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*<div style="color:red">''Popeye'' (JP Publisher: Sigma)</div>
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*''Popeye 2'' (JP Publisher: Sigma; US Publisher: Activision)
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*''Scotland Yard'' (under subcontract with Shouei System?) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation)
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:<small>Direction, Game Design: Shouei System</small>
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*''Shi-Kin-Jou'' (under subcontract with Shouei System?) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation)
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:<small>Direction, Game Design: Shouei System</small>
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*<div style="color:red">''Volleyfire'' (sound?) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation)</div>
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*''Vs. Battler'' / ''Bionic Battler'' (JP Publisher: [[Use]]; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
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*''Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh'' / ''Raijinou'' (sound) (JP/CN Publisher: Tomy)
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:<small>Developer: [[Micronics]]?</small>
  
 
===Mega Drive/Genesis===
 
===Mega Drive/Genesis===
 
*''Air Diver'' (JP Publisher: Asmik; US Publisher: Seismic)
 
*''Air Diver'' (JP Publisher: Asmik; US Publisher: Seismic)
*<div style="color:red">''Cutie Suzuki no Ringside Angel'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)</div>
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*''Cutie Suzuki no Ringside Angel'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)
  
 
===PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16===
 
===PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16===
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===PlayStation===
 
===PlayStation===
*''Houma Hunter Lime: Special Collection Vol. 1'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)
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*<div style="color:red">''Houma Hunter Lime: Special Collection Vol. 1'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)</div>
*''Houma Hunter Lime: Special Collection Vol. 2'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)
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*<div style="color:red">''Houma Hunter Lime: Special Collection Vol. 2'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)</div>
 
*''Keiba Saishou no Housoku '95'' (JP Publisher: Copya System)
 
*''Keiba Saishou no Housoku '95'' (JP Publisher: Copya System)
 
*''Keiba Saishou no Housoku '96 Vol. 1'' (JP Publisher: Copya System)
 
*''Keiba Saishou no Housoku '96 Vol. 1'' (JP Publisher: Copya System)
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*''Nobunaga Shippuuki: Kou'' (JP Publisher: BPS)
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:<small>Supervision, Game Design: Muse Soft</small>
  
 
===Saturn===
 
===Saturn===
*''Houma Hunter Lime: Perfect Collection'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)
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*<div style="color:red">''Houma Hunter Lime: Perfect Collection'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)</div>
  
 
===Super Famicom/Super NES===
 
===Super Famicom/Super NES===
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*''Acrobat Mission'' (sound) (JP Publisher: Teichiku)
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:<small>Developer: Micronics?</small>
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*''Bing Bing! Bingo'' (JP Publisher: KSS)
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*<div style="color:red">''Civilization: Sekai Shichi Dai Bunmei'' / ''Sid Meier's Civilization'' (JP Publisher: Asmik; US Publisher: Koei)</div>
 
*''Galaxy Robo'' (JP Publisher: Imagineer)
 
*''Galaxy Robo'' (JP Publisher: Imagineer)
*''Lennus: Kodai Kikai no Kioku / Paladin's Quest'' (JP Publisher: Asmik; US Publisher: Enix)
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*''Lennus: Kodai Kikai no Kioku'' / ''Paladin's Quest'' (JP Publisher: Asmik; US Publisher: Enix)
*''Lennus II: Fuuin no Shito'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)
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*''Raiden Densetsu'' / ''Raiden Trad'' (sound) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
*<div style="color:gray">''Raiden Densetsu / Raiden Trad'' (sound) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation; US Publisher: Electro Brain)</div>
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*''Super Air Diver'' / ''Lock On'' (JP Publisher: Asmik; US Publisher: VIC Tokai; EU Publisher: Sunsoft)
*''Super Air Diver / Lock On'' (JP Publisher: Asmik; US Publisher: VIC Tokai; EU Publisher: Sunsoft)
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*''Super Air Diver 2'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)
 
*''Super Air Diver 2'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)
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*<div style="color:red">''Super Baken Ou '95'' (JP Publisher: Teichiku)</div>
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==As Shangri-La==
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===Dreamcast===
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*''Panzer Front'' (JP Publisher: ASCII)
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*''Yume Baken '99 Internet'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
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===PlayStation===
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*''"Butagee" de Iin Janai?'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
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*''Buckle Up!'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
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:<small>Sound: Studio Cliche?</small>
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*''Keiba Eight: '98 Aki Fuyu'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
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*''Keiba Eight: '98 Haru Natsu'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
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*''Keiba Saishou no Housoku '96 Vol. 2: GI-Road'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
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*''Keiba Saishou no Housoku '97 Vol. 1: Nerae! Banbaken'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
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*''Keiba Saishou no Housoku '97 Vol. 2: To Hit'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
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*''Keiba Saishou no Housoku '99 Aki Fuyu'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
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*''Lupin Sansei: Cagliostro no Shiro - Saikai'' (JP Publisher: Asmik)
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:<small>Planning: Image Works; CG Production: Omnibus Japan, SAINS, Image, Marcus, Tomason</small>
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*''Nibiiro no Koubou: 32-nin no Sensha Chou'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
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*''Panzer Front'' (JP Publisher: ASCII)
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:<small>Sound Direction, Sound Effects: T's Music</small>
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*''Shin Shikoutei'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
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*''Sid Meier's Civilization'' (JP Publisher: Asmik) [https://archive.org/details/CivilizationManualJPPlayStationPSX/page/n78/mode/1up]
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:<small>CG Graphics: Plus One</small>
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===Windows===
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*''High Stakes Owner's Club'' (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
*[http://review-site.net/developer/ko.html#コピアシステム SIT Developer Table entry]
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*Official Shangri-La website (Internet Archive Wayback Machine) (Japanese) [http://wayback.archive.org/web/20010515000000*/http://www.shangrila.co.jp/] [http://web.archive.org/web/19970502131725/http://www.mmjp.or.jp/SL_game/]
*[http://www.din.or.jp/~bis/html/prof.html Hideo Ishibashi's profile] (worked at Copya System/Shangri-La from 1994-1995)
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*[http://review-site.net/dt/index.php/こ#.E3.82.B3.E3.83.94.E3.82.A2.E3.82.B7.E3.82.B9.E3.83.86.E3.83.A0 Developer Table entry for Copya System] (Japanese)
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/20160321185050/http://www.b-ishibashi.com/html/prof.html Hideo Ishibashi's profile] (worked at Copya System from 1994-1995) (Japanese)
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*[https://www.facebook.com/kazunori.tsukatani Former programmer on Facebook]
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[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 02:58, 30 June 2022

Shangri-la logo
Copya System logo

Shangri-La Corporation (株式会社シャングリ・ラ) was established in August 1986 [1] as Copya System Ltd. (有限会社コピアシステム) In 1996, the company changed names [2] and moved away from contract work. It likely closed around 2000. Former staff started Soyuz that year and continued development of the Panzer Front tank simulation series.

Research Methods: Actual mentions, online resources, shared staff

As Copya System

3DO

  • Keiba Saishou no Housoku (JP Publisher: Copya System)

Game Boy

  • Dead Heat Scramble (JP Publisher: Copya System; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
  • Go! Go! Tank (JP Publisher: Copya System; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
  • Hokuto no Ken: Seizetsu Juuban Shoubu / Fist of the North Star (under subcontract with Shouei System?) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
Direction, Game Design: Shouei System
  • Magic Eclipse (unreleased) (Copya System) [3]
  • Popeye (JP Publisher: Sigma)
  • Popeye 2 (JP Publisher: Sigma; US Publisher: Activision)
  • Scotland Yard (under subcontract with Shouei System?) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation)
Direction, Game Design: Shouei System
  • Shi-Kin-Jou (under subcontract with Shouei System?) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation)
Direction, Game Design: Shouei System
  • Volleyfire (sound?) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation)
  • Vs. Battler / Bionic Battler (JP Publisher: Use; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
  • Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh / Raijinou (sound) (JP/CN Publisher: Tomy)
Developer: Micronics?

Mega Drive/Genesis

  • Air Diver (JP Publisher: Asmik; US Publisher: Seismic)
  • Cutie Suzuki no Ringside Angel (JP Publisher: Asmik)

PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16

  • Power Drift (JP Publisher: Asmik)

PlayStation

  • Houma Hunter Lime: Special Collection Vol. 1 (JP Publisher: Asmik)
  • Houma Hunter Lime: Special Collection Vol. 2 (JP Publisher: Asmik)
  • Keiba Saishou no Housoku '95 (JP Publisher: Copya System)
  • Keiba Saishou no Housoku '96 Vol. 1 (JP Publisher: Copya System)
  • Nobunaga Shippuuki: Kou (JP Publisher: BPS)
Supervision, Game Design: Muse Soft

Saturn

  • Houma Hunter Lime: Perfect Collection (JP Publisher: Asmik)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Acrobat Mission (sound) (JP Publisher: Teichiku)
Developer: Micronics?
  • Bing Bing! Bingo (JP Publisher: KSS)
  • Civilization: Sekai Shichi Dai Bunmei / Sid Meier's Civilization (JP Publisher: Asmik; US Publisher: Koei)
  • Galaxy Robo (JP Publisher: Imagineer)
  • Lennus: Kodai Kikai no Kioku / Paladin's Quest (JP Publisher: Asmik; US Publisher: Enix)
  • Raiden Densetsu / Raiden Trad (sound) (JP Publisher: Toei Animation; US Publisher: Electro Brain)
  • Super Air Diver / Lock On (JP Publisher: Asmik; US Publisher: VIC Tokai; EU Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • Super Air Diver 2 (JP Publisher: Asmik)
  • Super Baken Ou '95 (JP Publisher: Teichiku)

As Shangri-La

Dreamcast

  • Panzer Front (JP Publisher: ASCII)
  • Yume Baken '99 Internet (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)

PlayStation

  • "Butagee" de Iin Janai? (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
  • Buckle Up! (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
Sound: Studio Cliche?
  • Keiba Eight: '98 Aki Fuyu (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
  • Keiba Eight: '98 Haru Natsu (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
  • Keiba Saishou no Housoku '96 Vol. 2: GI-Road (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
  • Keiba Saishou no Housoku '97 Vol. 1: Nerae! Banbaken (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
  • Keiba Saishou no Housoku '97 Vol. 2: To Hit (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
  • Keiba Saishou no Housoku '99 Aki Fuyu (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
  • Lupin Sansei: Cagliostro no Shiro - Saikai (JP Publisher: Asmik)
Planning: Image Works; CG Production: Omnibus Japan, SAINS, Image, Marcus, Tomason
  • Nibiiro no Koubou: 32-nin no Sensha Chou (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
  • Panzer Front (JP Publisher: ASCII)
Sound Direction, Sound Effects: T's Music
  • Shin Shikoutei (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)
  • Sid Meier's Civilization (JP Publisher: Asmik) [4]
CG Graphics: Plus One

Windows

  • High Stakes Owner's Club (JP Publisher: Shangri-La)

Links