Geo Factory

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Geo Factory Co., Ltd. (株式会社ジオファクトリー) was started in 1992 by Takaharu Mita (三田隆治) after leaving Genki, which he helped establish in 1990. He had previously worked at Zap and Quest as lead planner. The company worked on over 30 games. [1]

Mita sold the company to a venture capital firm in 1999, and retired as its director in 2001.

Research Methods: Actual mentions, shared staff


  • Keroppi to Keroriinu no Splash Bomb! (JP Publisher: Character Soft)

Game Boy

  • Zen Nihon Pro Wres Jet (JP Publisher: Masaya)
Sound: Mint

Game Boy Color

  • Super Real Fishing (JP Publisher: Bottom Up)
Planning: e-Team; Graphics: Team OX; Sound Driver: Asobi Create

Mega Drive/Genesis

  • Kishi Densetsu (JP Publisher: Kodansha)
  • Maten no Soumetsu (cooperation) (JP Publisher: Kodansha)

PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx-CD

  • Emerald Dragon (some visual graphics) (JP Publisher: NEC)
  • Linda³ (monster graphics) (JP Publisher: NEC)
  • Seiya Monogatari: Anearth Fantasy Stories (some programming?) (JP Publisher: Hudson)
Developer: Media Works
  • Star Breaker (cooperation) (JP Publisher: RayForce)
  • Startling Odyssey II: Maryuu Sensou (cooperation) (JP Publisher: RayForce)


  • Miraculum: The Last Revelation (cooperation) (JP Publisher: NEC)
Developer: RayForce


  • Bassing Beat 2 (JP Publisher: E3 Staff)
Some Programming: Socio Art Logic; Coordination: Four Winds Software
  • Fisher's Road (JP Publisher: BPS)
  • Jingle Cats: Rabupara Daisakusen no Maki (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Sony Music Entertainment)


  • Top Anglers: Super Fishing Big Fight 2 (JP Publisher: Naxat)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Mizuki Shigeru no Youkai Hyakkiyakou (some direction, graphics) (JP Publisher: KSS)
Main Programming: Khaos?
  • Seijuu Maden: Beasts & Blades (JP Publisher: BPS)
Supervision: ORG
  • Super Fishing Big Fight (JP Publisher: Naxat)
  • Super Jinsei Game (JP Publisher: Takara)