Difference between revisions of "Yoshidayama-Workshop"

From Game Developer Research Institute
Share/Save/Bookmark
Jump to: navigation, search
 
Line 1: Line 1:
 
__NOTOC__
 
__NOTOC__
 
[[File:Yoshidayama.png|right|Yoshidayama-Workshop logo]]
 
[[File:Yoshidayama.png|right|Yoshidayama-Workshop logo]]
'''Yoshidayama-Workshop Co., Ltd.''' (株式会社吉田山工房) is a Kyoto, Japan-based development company established in December 1995 and was originally headed by Kouji Murata (村田幸史) and Kenji Okuda (奥田健司). [http://web.archive.org/web/20020205175244/http://www.remus.dti.ne.jp/~yyy/about_us.html] (Murata now runs a company called [http://bitgroove.jp/ BitGroove].)
+
'''Yoshidayama-Workshop Co., Ltd.''' (株式会社吉田山工房) is a Kyoto-based development company established in December 1995 and was originally headed by Kouji Murata (村田幸史) and Kenji Okuda (奥田健司). [http://web.archive.org/web/20020205175244/http://www.remus.dti.ne.jp/~yyy/about_us.html] (Murata now runs a company called [http://bitgroove.jp/ BitGroove].)
  
'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Online resources (see [[#Links|Links]]), shared staff
+
'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Online resources, shared staff
  
 
===Arcade===
 
===Arcade===
Line 18: Line 18:
 
===Game Boy Color===
 
===Game Boy Color===
 
*''Pocket King'' (sound) (JP Publisher: Namco)
 
*''Pocket King'' (sound) (JP Publisher: Namco)
 +
*''Pocket Lure Boy'' (sound) (JP Publisher: King Records)
  
 
===Other===
 
===Other===

Latest revision as of 05:33, 30 November 2017

Yoshidayama-Workshop logo

Yoshidayama-Workshop Co., Ltd. (株式会社吉田山工房) is a Kyoto-based development company established in December 1995 and was originally headed by Kouji Murata (村田幸史) and Kenji Okuda (奥田健司). [1] (Murata now runs a company called BitGroove.)

Research Methods: Online resources, shared staff

Arcade[edit]

  • Gunpey (programming, graphics, sound) (Banpresto)
  • Quiz & Variety Sukusuku Inufuku (programming, graphics) (Video System)
  • Taisen Mahjong Final Romance 4 (programming, graphics) (Video System)

Game Boy[edit]

  • Itsudemo! Nyan to Wonderful (programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Banpresto)

Game Boy Advance[edit]

  • Tales of the World: Summoner's Lineage (sound) (JP Publisher: Namco)

Game Boy Color[edit]

  • Pocket King (sound) (JP Publisher: Namco)
  • Pocket Lure Boy (sound) (JP Publisher: King Records)

Other[edit]

  • Let's! TV Play: Dragon Ball Z × One Piece: Battle Taikan Gomu-Gomu no Kamehameha: Omee no Koe de Ora wo Yobu (Bandai) [2]
Graphics: SunArt

PlayStation[edit]

  • Gunpey (programming, graphics, sound; under subcontract with Tose) (JP Publisher: Bandai)

Saturn[edit]

  • Idol Mahjong Final Romance 4 (graphics) (JP Publisher: Video System)
Programming: Exe-Create

Super Famicom/Super NES[edit]

  • Zootto Mahjong (sound) (JP Publisher: Nintendo)

WonderSwan[edit]

  • Hunter x Hunter: Ishi o Tsugomono (sound driver) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • Meta Communication Therapy: Ne Kiite! (JP Publisher: Media Entertainment)
  • Puzzle Bobble (programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • Space Invaders (sound) (JP Publisher: Sunsoft)

WonderSwan Color[edit]

  • Flash Koibito-kun (sound) (JP Publisher: Kobunsha)
  • Hunter x Hunter: Michikareshi Mono (sound) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • Hunter x Hunter: Sorezore no Ketsui (sound) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • Mr. Driller (sound) (JP Publisher: Namco)
  • Namco Wonder Classic (planning, programming, graphics, sound) (JP Publisher: Namco)

Links[edit]