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The Aicom Logo circa 1995
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The Yumekobo Logo circa 2000's
Aicom is a now defunct Japanese video game developer. It is believed that it was founded in 1988 at the latest, possibly by a group that left Jaleco. Despite evidence to support this the Sammy corporate website lists 1990 as the first year and that it was a subsidiary. It was bought by Sega Sammy Holdings in 1992.
Their more memorable games include The Mafat Conspiracy, Totally Rad and Vice: Project Doom on the NES, Blaster Master Boy for the Game Boy and the game Pulstar which was released on various Neo Geo systems.
List of Aicom games[edit | edit source]
List of Yumekobo games[edit | edit source]
This is a list of Yumekobo games arranged by release date, the order in Regions specifies where it was released first. This list does not include Aicom label games.
|Blazing Star||1998||Shoot 'em up||Arcade, Neo Geo||North America, Japan|
|Pocket Tennis||1998, 1999||Sport||Neo Geo Pocket Color||Japan, North America|
|Puzzle Link (Tsunagete Pon! Color in Japan)||1999||Puzzle||Neo Geo Pocket Color||Japan, North America|
|Pocket Tennis Color||1999||Sport||Neo Geo Pocket Color||Japan, North America|
|Biomotor Unitron||1999||RPG, Strategy||Neo Geo Pocket Color||Japan, North America|
|Prehistoric Isle 2 (Kenshi Shima 2 in Japan)||1999||Shoot 'em up||Arcade||North America, Japan|
|Biomotor Unitron 2||2000||RPG, Strategy||Neo Geo Pocket Color||Japan|
|SNK Gals' Fighters||2000||Fighter||Neo Geo Pocket Color||Worldwide|
|Puzzle Link 2 (Tsunagete Pon! 2 in Japan)||2000||Puzzle||Neo Geo Pocket Color||Japan, North America|
References[edit | edit source]
- http://www.mobygames.com/company/aicom-corporation Moby Games overview of Aicom Corporation
- http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/Aicom Aicom history
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