Twilight Frontier

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Twilight Frontier (黄昏フロンティア Tasogare Frontier, or Tasofro for short) is a Japanese doujin game developer. They are noted for making high quality derivative works of other games.

Productions[edit]

  • Eternal Fighter Zero - A 2D fighter based on One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e, Moon., Kanon, and Air. Later editions include:
    • Eternal Fighter Zero -RENEWAL-
    • Eternal Fighter Zero: Blue Sky Edition
    • Eternal Fighter Zero: Bad Moon Edition
    • Eternal Fighter Zero -Memorial-
  • Immaterial and Missing Power - A 2D fighter that is part of the Touhou Project; a collaboration with Team Shanghai Alice.
    • Gensōkyoku Bassui (幻想曲抜萃 Collection of Illusionary Music?) - The OST for the game.
  • MarisaLa (スーパーマリサランド, "Super Marisa Land") - A platformer that is a parody of both Super Mario Land and Touhou.
  • MegaMari (メガマリ -魔理沙の野望-) - An action game parodying Touhou with Mega Man. Released on May 2006.
  • Higurashi Daybreak - A 3D third-person shooter based on Higurashi no Naku Koro ni co-authored by 07th Expansion.
  • Defend the library! (ぱちゅコン!, "Patchucon!") - A real time strategy game based on Touhou, released on December 31, 2007.
  • Scarlet Weather Rhapsody (東方緋想天) - A versus fighting game similar to Immaterial and Missing Power, part of the official Touhou Project series as well, numbered 10.5. It was up for beta testing during the 2007 Reitaisai.[1] Released at Reitaisai 5 on May 25, 2008.[2]
    • Zenjinrui no Tenrakuroku (全人類ノ天楽録 Celestial Music Record of All Humankind?) - The OST for the game.
  • Touhou Hisoutensoku - It is numbered 12.3 in the series and introduces new spell cards and weather conditions. Characters from Scarlet Weather Rhapsody can be played in versus mode if that game is installed.
    • Kakunetsu Zoushin Hisoutensoku (核熱造神ヒソウテンソク "Thermonuclear Deity Hisoutensoku"?) - OST for the game, released in 2009.
  • New Super Marisa Land (魔理沙と6つのキノコ, "Marisa and the Six Mushrooms") - A more sophisticated successor of MarisaLa, released in 2010.
  • Natsu no Kagerō (なつのかげろう) - a 3D game collaboration with Ryukishi07 of 07th Expansion.
  • Grief Syndrome (グリーフシンドローム) - A sidescrolling run 'n gun shooter based on the anime series Puella Magi Madoka Magica.[3]
  • Satori Komeiji's Mental Education (古明地さとりの情操教育?) - A Touhou puzzle game released at Comiket 82.
  • Hopeless Masquerade (東方心綺楼?) - a 2D versus fighter game that is the 13.5th game in the Touhou Project series.
  • Shoot Shoot Nitori (収集荷取 Shoot Shoot にとり?) - a 2D Danmaku game based on TUMIKI Fighters.

Main members[edit]

  • 海原いるか (Umihara Iruka) — General Producer/Character Graphics/System Graphics/Script/Sound Effects
  • ののたろう (Nono Tarō) — Chief Programmer
  • KuMa — Assistant Programmer
  • alphes — Character Graphics
  • スペクター (Specter) — Character Graphics
  • 長谷川イワシ (Hasegawa Iwashi) — Character Graphics/Background Graphics
  • GOME — Character Graphics
  • JUN — Sound Effects
  • NKZ — Music

References[edit]

  1. ^ "黄昏大根日記 - Tasogare Frontier's diary (May)" (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 2008-04-09. Retrieved 2007-05-17. 
  2. ^ "Video: Cutesy 2D Fighter Scarlet Weather Rhapsody". Wired. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 
  3. ^ "グリーフシンドローム (Grief Syndrome)" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2011-07-26. 

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