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The Aicom Logo circa 1995
|Industry||Video game developer|
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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
List of Yumekobo games
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|
- ↑ http://www.sammy.co.jp/japanese/company/history/index.html
- ↑ http://www.mobygames.com/company/aicom-corporation Moby Games overview of Aicom Corporation
- ↑ http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/Aicom Aicom history
- ↑ http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/Aicom
- ↑ http://www.mobygames.com/browse/games/aicom-corporation/list-games/
- ↑ http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/company/72591.html
- ↑ http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/company/13342.html
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