Fukio Mitsuji

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Mitsuji, Fukio
Born 1960
Died (2008-12-11)December 11, 2008[1]
Occupation Game designer

Fukio Mitsuji (三辻富 貴朗, Mitsuji Fukio, 1960–2008),[2] also known as "MTJ", was a Japanese game designer and game artist.

Mitsuji is best known for his work at Taito, where he created popular arcade platform game Bubble Bobble and its follow-up Rainbow Islands. He later ran a game design school,[3] and worked freelance creating games such as Magical Puzzle Popils for Game Gear.

List of major works[edit]

Title Year released Platform Role
Super Dead Heat 1985 Arcade
Land Sea Air Squad 1986 Arcade Staff[citation needed]
Halley's Comet 1986 Arcade
Bubble Bobble 1986 Arcade Game Design, Character Design
Rainbow Islands: The Story of Bubble Bobble 2 1987 Arcade Story and Game Design, Character Design
Syvalion 1988 Arcade Staff
Darius II 1989 Arcade Game Designer
Volfied 1989 Arcade Game Design, Character Design
Magical Puzzle Popils 1991 Game Gear

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