Allumer

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Allumer, Ltd.
Public
Industry Computer and video game industry
Fate Bankruptcy
Founded ???
Defunct October 5, 1999[1]
Headquarters Meguro, Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Yoshiaki Tsuyuki[1]

Allumer, Ltd. (アルュメ株式会社?), was a video game production company founded and headquartered in Meguro, Tokyo, Japan. The company suspended business in October 5, 1999.[1]

Notable works[edit]

Arcade[edit]

  • Blandia (licensed by Taito)
  • Great Swordsman (published by Taito)
  • Joshi Volleyball (published by Taito)
  • Mad Shark
  • Magical Speed (published by Namco)
  • Mahjong Yonshimai Wakakusa Monogatari (hardware design) (published by Maboroshi Ware)
  • Masked Riders Club Battle Race (published by Banpresto)
  • Godzilla (published by Banpresto)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam (published by Banpresto)
    • Mobile Suit Gundam: EX Revue (published by Banpresto) (CG Production: Studio Dews)
  • Gladiator (published by Taito)
  • Rezon
  • US Classic (published by Seta)
  • Zing Zing Zip (published by Tecmo)
  • War of Aero- Project MEIOU (published by Yang Cheng Electronic Co. Ltd.)
  • SD Gundam Neo Battling (published by Banpresto)
  • Ultraman Club: Tatakae! Ultraman Kyoudai!! (published by Banpresto)
  • Tokusyu Butai UAG / Thundercade / Twin Formation (published by Taito)

PC[edit]

  • Fortune Quest (unreleased)[2]

PlayStation[edit]

  • Gokuu Densetsu: Magic Beast Warriors
  • Idol Promotion: Suzuki Yumie

See also[edit]

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