Eolith (company)

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Eolith Co., Ltd.
이오리스
Former type Private
Industry Video games
Fate Acquired by NetBrain
Founded 1996
Defunct 2005
Headquarters Gangnam-gu,[1] Seoul, South Korea
Key people Jeon Juyoung (CEO: April 1996–March 2004)
Choe Jeongho (CEO: March 2004–March 2005)
Products Arcade games, and Mobile games

Eolith Co., Ltd. (Korean: 이오리스) was a South Korean based video game company. They developed The King of Fighters 2001 and The King of Fighters 2002 after SNK was bankrupted. They also developed Double Dragon EX for mobile phones. Their last title released was Chaos Breaker, for the arcade system Taito Type X.

As of 2009, they still have the rights to the characters introduced in The King of Fighters 2001 such as Angel and May Lee.

List of games[edit]

For Arcade[edit]

Classic series[edit]

Redemption series[edit]

  • Dance Machine 18 [also known as DM 18] (2000)
  • Hide and Seek[5] (2001)
  • Mugunghwa Kkot-i Pieosseumnida[6] [a.k.a. The Roses of Sharon Have Blossomed] (2001)
  • Dream Shoot[7] (2002)
  • El Dorado (2002)
  • Rolling Blues[8] (2002)
  • Shooting Master (2002)[9]
  • Alice in Cardland[10] (2003)

For Mobile phones[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eolith Co., Ltd. - Company Profile
  2. ^ Hidden Catch Movie - Wonderful Days - Undumped
  3. ^ Snow Fighter - Undumped
  4. ^ X-Monster - Undumped
  5. ^ Hide And Seek (Eolith) - Undumped
  6. ^ Mugunghwa Kkot-i Pieosseumnida
  7. ^ Dream Shoot - Undumped
  8. ^ Rolling Blues - Undumped
  9. ^ Shooting Master - Undumped
  10. ^ Alice in Cardland - Undumped

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