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What is the connection between Crux and Kyugo Boueki? The article doesn't hold many references and there are plenty for [http://chibarei.blog.jp/gsl/words/95boueki/95boeki.html Kyugo Boueki], regardless of code comparison.
 
What is the connection between Crux and Kyugo Boueki? The article doesn't hold many references and there are plenty for [http://chibarei.blog.jp/gsl/words/95boueki/95boeki.html Kyugo Boueki], regardless of code comparison.
 
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:I don't know what the connection is, other than this team made some games on supposed Kyugo hardware. [[User:CRV|CRV]] ([[User talk:CRV|talk]]) 19:52, 29 January 2018 (UTC)

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This is a tricky entry. I'm pretty sure the same people did the arcade games listed (some commonly credited to Kyugo). However, I'm not sure if Kyugo actually developed the FC games it published. CrossFire shares a font with Gotcha!: The Sport. Dimitri "code compared" Black Manta with CrossFire and Time Diver: Eon Man (thinking there may be some connection with A.I) and I don't think he really came up with anything. CRV 18:11, 11 June 2007 (CDT)

Regarding the connection with Whiteboard, I notice that three of the non-Crux names on Legend (Kamei, Maruyama, and Nakayama) also appear on Mahjong Cop Ryu as the sound staff. Kamei and Maruyama also show up on Sukeban Janshi Ryuko. Not that this answers much. --Dimitri (talk) 06:39, 15 January 2017 (CET)

What is the connection between Crux and Kyugo Boueki? The article doesn't hold many references and there are plenty for Kyugo Boueki, regardless of code comparison. 168.197.234.36 15:37, 29 January 2018 (UTC)

I don't know what the connection is, other than this team made some games on supposed Kyugo hardware. CRV (talk) 19:52, 29 January 2018 (UTC)