Manfred Trenz

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Manfred Trenz (born November 29, 1965, Saarbrücken) is a German computer game developer. He was the developer of the popular Turrican video game series, the Commodore 64 version of the game R-Type and also The Great Giana Sisters. Several of his games have achieved cult status. He is currently developing several games for his own company, Denaris Entertainment Software.

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Titles released involving Manfred Trenz are listed below in chronological order.

  • The Great Giana Sisters (1987) (Commodore 64)
  • R-Type (1988) (Commodore 64)
  • Katakis (1988) (Commodore 64)
  • Turrican (1990) (Commodore 64, Amiga)
  • Turrican II: The Final Fight (1991) (Commodore 64, Amiga)
  • Enforcer: Fullmetal Megablaster (1992) (Commodore 64)
  • Super Turrican (1992) (NES), (SNES)
  • Rendering Ranger (1995) (SNES)
  • Turrican 3D (Cancelled) (Windows)
  • Micro Machines V3 (2000) (Game Boy Color)
  • Katakis 3D (Cancelled) (Game Boy Color)
  • CT Special Forces (2002) (PlayStation)
  • Moorhuhn Kart (2003) (PlayStation)
  • RTL Ski Jump 2004 (2004) (Mobile phones)
  • Meine Tierpension (2005) (Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS)
  • Dragon`s Rock - Drachenfels (2006) (Game Boy Advance)
  • Crazy Frog Racer (2006) (Game Boy Advance)
  • Meine Tierarztpraxis (2006) (Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS)
  • Pferd & Pony - Mein Gestüt (2006) (Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS)
  • Meine Tierpension 2 (2007) (Nintendo DS)
  • WinneToons - Die Legende vom Schatz im Silbersee (2007) (Nintendo DS)
  • Meine Tierarztpraxis - Einsatz auf dem Land (2007) (Nintendo DS)
  • Germany's Next Topmodel (2008) (Nintendo DS)
  • Ankh (2008) (Nintendo DS)
  • Wickie und die Starken Männer (2009) (Nintendo DS)
  • Mein Gestüt: Ein Leben für die Pferde (2009) (Nintendo DS)
  • Giana Sisters DS (2009) (Nintendo DS)