N.H. System

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The name is derived from Namco and company president Hayakawa. The company went bankrupt at the end of February 1990. Much of the staff went to Nova. [1] [2]

Research Methods: Online resources


  • Blast Off (Namco)
  • Märchen Maze (Namco)

PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16

Nova took over development of these games after N.H. System went bankrupt:

  • Final Blaster (JP Publisher: Namco)
Programming: Aisystem Tokyo
  • Märchen Maze (JP Publisher: Namco)