Manfred Trenz

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Manfred Trenz (born November 29, 1965, Saarbrücken) is a German computer game developer.


He is the developer of the Turrican video game series, as well as the Commodore 64 version of the game R-Type.[1] He also made The Great Giana Sisters.[citation needed] He is currently[when?] developing games for his own company, Denaris Entertainment Software.[citation needed]



  1. ^ "1000本以上のスーパーファミコン用ゲーム、ヤフオクで「1480万円」からの出品。コレクターが数十年掛けて集めた"コンプリートパック"". 電ファミニコゲーマー – ゲームの面白い記事読んでみない? (in Japanese). Retrieved 2019-04-18.

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