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Does Kazumi Asada turn up on any other Magical games? There was a Mika Asada who worked for System Prisma. CRV (talk) 03:19, 12 July 2018 (UTC)

Tsuyoshi Tanohata, who worked on System Prisma's Logic Mahjong: Souryu, turns up on the PS1 Rockman games. CRV (talk) 04:25, 12 July 2018 (UTC)
Kazumi Asada shows up on some other Intec titles like Armed Fighter and Doki Doki Pretty League (and Rockman of course), but I haven't spotted him on any other Magical titles. Tanohata shows up on Disc Derby which is definitely an Intec title. I assumed both of them were Intec staff. --Dimitri (talk) 17:31, 12 July 2018 (UTC)
Actually, I'm thinking now there maybe wasn't anyone at all from Magical who joined Intec, I was just seeing System Prisma people instead and made a faulty assumption. Would explain why the only solid link seemed to be those X68k SNK conversions, and also means both FF2 and FF Special were likely entirely programmed by System Prisma. --Dimitri (talk) 04:38, 13 July 2018 (UTC)

Lawsuit against Log over a PC shogi game [1] CRV (talk) 04:23, 24 February 2018 (UTC)

Added 3 titles:

European Tennis Pro

Looks like a modified Hard Hitter Tennis. CRV (talk) 23:06, 24 October 2014 (CEST)

Super Shogi and Super Mahjong

I think these games can be confirmed titles. Besides using the same sound driver used in Magical games, here are a few things I found:

  • The graphics are very similar to the other shogi games by Home Data. For example, if you compare Super Shogi with Shogi Shoshinsha Muyou (PC Engine), you'll notice that the wooden textures on the side of the boards are very similar. Also, the number coordinates on the board; while a couple/few of them were changed, some of them remain exactly the same as Shoshinsha Muyou. These games seem to use a unique font though.
  • The narrations of the piece movements in Super Shogi are exactly the same as those used in Shoshinsha Muyou and Shogi Seiten. The manual for Shoshinsha Muyou credits the voice to Yoko Okamoto, while Shogi Seiten only credits the programmer and graphic designer. The manual has credits, but not really related to the game.
  • Novko confirmed both composing Super Shogi and Super Mahjong, and she was an employee of Home Data.

--Doommaster1994 (talk) 13:33, 7 November 2023 (UTC)