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CP.BRAiN (株式会社シー・ピー・ブレイン) was a Japanese game development company headed by Tokuhiro Takemori (竹森得泰), formerly of Aicom. [1] (Game Machine 1992/3/15, p. 7)

The high score tables in Chimera Beast and 64th. Street (AC) suggest the "CP" in "CP.BRAiN" stands for "Crash Power," but this was apparently a joke. The actual meaning is not known. [2]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, hidden data, online resources, shared staff


  • 64th. Street: A Detective Story (Jaleco)
  • Big Striker (Jaleco)
Programming: Beyond
  • Chimera Beast (unreleased) (Jaleco)
  • Mawarundaa (unreleased) (Taito?) [3] [4]
This was the basis for the Game Boy game Lucle, which had the same main planner.
  • Phantasm / Avenging Spirit (Jaleco)
  • Raindrop (unreleased) [5]
  • Quiz Combat Q (unreleased) (Jaleco)
  • Quiz Ghost Hunter (Sega)
  • Quiz Mekurumeku Story (Sega)
  • Solid Blade (unreleased) (Jaleco) [6] [7]

Game Boy Color

  • B-Daman Baku Gaiden: Victory e no Michi (JP Publisher: Media Factory)
  • B-Daman Baku Gaiden V: Final Mega Tune (JP Publisher: Media Factory)
  • Ou Dorobou Jing: Angel Version (JP Publisher: Masaya)
  • Ou Dorobou Jing: Devil Version (JP Publisher: Masaya)

Mega Drive/Genesis

  • The Soda Kids (unreleased) (Kaneko) [8]


  • Haunted Junction: Seitokai Badge o Oe! (JP Publisher: Media Works)
Sound: T's Music
  • Psychic Force: Puzzle Taisen (JP Publisher: Taito)
  • Wares 1092: Souheiden (JP Publisher: Yutaka)
Production: Metem; Script: Märchen Breaker; Sound: Team X-Fade

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Okamoto Ayako to Match Play Golf: Ko Olina Golf Club in Hawaii (JP Publisher: Tsukuda Original)
  • The Soda Kids (unreleased) (Kaneko)
  • Zen Nihon GT Senshuken: Hyper Battle Game (JP Publisher: Banpresto)


  • Cho Aniki: Otoko no Tamafuda (JP Publisher: Bandai)
  • Langrisser Millennium WS: The Last Century (JP Publisher: Bandai) [9]