Gamtec

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Gamtec
Basic Information
Basic Information
Company Type
Private Company
Foundation
June 1989
Industry
Video game

Gamtec (Template:Zh-full) is a video game developer established in June 1989 and based in Taichung City, Taiwan[1][2] noted for its unlicensed Mega Drive games such as Legend of Wukong[3] and Squirrel King.

The company also developed a number of Nintendo Entertainment System[4] and PC[5] games, and claims to have developed for the Gamate, Super A'Can, arcade, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance,[1][2] although it often acted as a contract developer for other companies so is frequently not credited in games it worked on.

Gamtec currently operates the online gaming site Bingo King.[6]

Games[edit | edit source]

Games in this list, unless otherwise specified, are those which explicitly credit Gamtec; due to the company's status as a contract developer, it may have been involved in the development of other titles in which its name does not appear, such as those for the Bit Corporation Gamate handheld system.[7]

Nintendo Entertainment System[edit | edit source]

  • Fire Dragon
  • King Tank
  • Thunderbolt II (a.k.a. Thunderbolt Fighting Plane)
  • The Universe Soldiers
  • Wisdom Boy

Sega Mega Drive[edit | edit source]

Accessories[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Exhibitor information. Digital Taipei 2009. Taipei Computer Association. Retrieved on 3 May 2010
  2. 2.0 2.1 Error on call to Template:Cite web: Parameters url and title must be specified公司簡介 (Chinese). Gamtec. Archived from [{{{url}}} the original] on 24 August 2002
  3. Horowitz, Ken. Preview: Legend of Wukong. Sega-16. Retrieved on 18 April 2010
  4. jbholio. Unlicensed NES Games Guide. Retrieved on 18 April 2010
  5. Error on call to Template:Cite web: Parameters url and title must be specified強作預告 (Chinese). Gamtec. Archived from [{{{url}}} the original] on 4 October 2002
  6. 賓果遊樂網遊戲安裝檔 (Chinese). FOXY. Retrieved on 18 April 2010
  7. Taizou. Gamate: Other Companies. Neo Fuji. Retrieved on 18 April 2010

External links[edit | edit source]