Towa Chiki

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Towa Chiki Corporation
株式会社トーワチキ
Type Public
Headquarters Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
Products Toys
Video games
Owner(s) Towa Enterprises Ltd. (70%)

Towa Chiki Corporation (株式会社トーワチキ Kabushikigaisha Tōwa Chiki?) is a Japanese toy company responsible for many Famicom games in the late 1980s and 1990's. They were responsible for the critical and commercial bomb A Week of Garfield.

Products[edit]

  • TC-280 Transceiver (2,800 yen)
  • TC-330 Transceiver
  • TC-380 Transceiver (3,800 yen)
  • TC-480 Transceiver (4,800 yen)
  • To in Harokuma (9,800 yen)
  • To in Haroinu (12,800 yen)

Video games[edit]

Famicom[edit]

Game Boy[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

Attachment of consolidated interim financial statements Notice of Interim Financial Report March 2002 Towa Meccs Corporation Ltd. (November 15, 2001)

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