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|Industry||Computer and video game industry
Slot machine industry
|Headquarters||Kita-ku, Kyoto, Japan|
Visco Corporation (株式会社ビスコ?) is a Japanese software company located in Kita-ku, Kyoto, Japan. It was founded in 1982 by Tetsuo Akiyama (秋山 哲雄 Akiyama Tetsuo?), and later became corporate on August 8, 1983 while revealing itself as "Visco" in Kanamecho, Toshima, Tokyo, Japan. They originally developed video games for several platforms from the arcades and NES, to the Nintendo 64 and Neo Geo in the past. When Visco was one of the companies under the Taito umbrella, some of its titles back then were labeled "Taito". They also teamed up with Seta and Sammy in developing arcade games powered by the SSV (Sammy, Seta and Visco) arcade system board, until Sammy fully acquired noted game company Sega under a new company titled Sega Sammy Holdings in 2004, while Seta's parent company Aruze announced in December 2008 that Seta decided to close their doors after 23 years of existence. Therefore, the SSV board was no longer being produced. In 2008, Visco began manufacturering slot machines for casinos mostly in other southeast Asian regions. Visco also produced flat screen LCD televisions, which have been sold at major retailers such as Wal-Mart.
|1||Andro Dunos||Neo Geo (MVS & AES)||1992|
|2||Ashura Blaster||Arcade||1990||Game developed by Visco for Taito.|
|3||Asuka & Asuka||Arcade||1988||Game developed by Visco for Taito.|
|4||Bang Bead||Neo Geo MVS||2000|
|5||Bang² Busters||Neo Geo (MVS & AES), Neo Geo CD||2000 (prototype)||1) Also known as Bang Bang Busters.
2) The game was completely developed, for the Neo Geo's systems (MVS & AES) and Neo Geo CD, by N.C.I. in 2010.
|6||Bass Rush: ECOGEAR PowerWorm Championship||Nintendo 64, Sega Dreamcast||2000|
|7||Battle Flip Shot||Neo Geo MVS||1997|
|8||Blocken||Arcade||1994||Game developed by KID.|
|9||Breakers||Neo Geo (MVS & AES), Neo Geo CD||1996|
|10||Breakers Revenge||Neo Geo MVS||1998||An updated version of Breakers.|
|11||Captain Tomaday||Neo Geo MVS||1999|
|12||Chiki Chiki Boys||Sega Mega Drive||1992||A Sega Mega Drive port of Mega Twins, made by Capcom for Arcade in 1990.|
|13||Cowboy Kid||NES||1991||1) Game developed by Pixel.
2) Is known in Japan as Western Kids.
|14||Crystal Legacy||Neo Geo MVS||1994 (prototype)||1) Also known as Tenrin no Syo Chicago.
2) Game and title of origin of Breakers.
|16||Drift Out '94: The Hard Order||Arcade||1994|
|18||Ganryu||Neo Geo MVS||1999||Also known as Musashi Ganryuki.|
|19||Goal! Goal! Goal!||Neo Geo (MVS & AES)||1995|
|20||Great Boxing: Rush Up||NES||1990||Game published in North America by Romstar as World Champ.|
|21||Maze of Flott||Arcade||1989||Game developed by Taito.|
|22||Neo Drift Out: New Technology||Neo Geo (MVS & AES), Neo Geo CD||1996|
|23||Neo Mr. Do!||Neo Geo (MVS & AES)||1996||Game released on license from Universal.|
|24||Panic Road||Arcade||1986||Game co-developed with Seibu Kaihatsu.|
|25||Puzzle De Pon!||Neo Geo MVS||1995||Game released on license from Taito.|
|26||Puzzle De Pon! R||Neo Geo MVS||1997||Game released on license from Taito.|
|27||Puzzlekko Club||Neo Geo MVS||1994 (prototype)|
|28||Rally Bike||NES||1990||1) Game developed by Toaplan.
2) Is known in Japan as Dash Yarou.
|30||Super Drift Out||Super Famicom||1995|
|31||Thunder & Lightning||Arcade, NES||1990||1) Game co-developed with SETA.
2) Is known in Japan as Family Block.
|32||Thunder & Lightning 2||Arcade||1992||The only sequel of Thunder & Lightning, known in Japan as Block Carnival.|
|35||Wardner||Sega Mega Drive||1990||The Sega Mega Drive port of the game is known as Wardner no Mori Special in Japan.|
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