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Telenet Japan Co., Ltd. (株式会社日本テレネット Kabushiki-gaisha Nihon Terenetto?) was a Japanese video game and software developer founded in October 1983 by Kazuyuki Fukushima. The company was also known as Nippon Telenet (or Nihon Telenet). The company was best known for the Valis series as well as its Wolfteam & RiOT divisions ( the former of which created Tales of Phantasia, the first game in the Tales series). The company's North American subsidiary, Renovation Products was eventually acquired by Sega. The company closed its doors on October 25, 2007.[1]. Currently, Sunsoft has acquired Telenet's entire software library, with plans of re-releasing old titles for Virtual Console or remaking them.[2]

Games List[]

Published[]

  • Game Boy
    • Pachinko CR: Daiku no Gen-San GB
  • Game Gear
    • Zan Gear
  • MSX
    • Sa-Zi-Ri
    • Valis II
  • Nintendo 64
    • Parlor Pro Pachinko
  • PC
    • Valis X
    • Zan
    • Zan II
    • Zan III
  • PlayStation
    • Cybernetic Empire
  • PlayStation 2
    • Enjoy Golf!
    • Mahjong Party: Idol to Mahjong Shoubu
  • Super Famicom/Super NES
    • Dark Kingdom
    • The Journey Home
    • Super Valis IV
    • Zan II Spirits
    • Zan III Spirits
  • PC Engine/TurboGrafx
    • Andre Panza Kick Boxing
    • Avenger
    • Babel
    • Browning
    • Columns
    • Cosmic Fantasy
    • Cosmic Fantasy II
    • Cosmic Fantasy Visual Collection
    • Cosmic Fantasy III
    • Cosmic Fantasy IV-Chapter 1
    • Cosmic Fantasy IV-Chapter 2
    • Death Bringer-Knight of Darkness
    • Dekoboko Densetsu Hashiru Wagamanma
    • Exile
    • Exile: Wicked Phenomenom
    • Final Zone II
    • F1 Team Simulation Project F
    • Golden Axe
    • High Grenadier
    • Jantei Monogatari
    • Kiaiden 00
    • Lady Phantom
    • Last Alert
    • Legion[disambiguation needed]
    • Maho Shoujo Silky Lip
    • Meikyu no Elfeene
    • Mirai Shounen Conan
    • Valis: The Fantasm Soldier
    • Valis II
    • Valis III
    • Valis IV
    • Valis Visual Collection
    • Police Connection
    • Pop 'n Magic
    • Psychic Storm
    • Puzzle Boy
    • Sugoroku '92 Nari Tore Nariagari Trendy
    • Super Albatross
    • Tenshi No Uta
    • Tenshi No Uta II Da Tenshi no Sentaku
    • Travel Epuru
    • Xak I & II
    • Zan Kagerou No Toki

Developed[]

  • Mega Drive/Genesis
    • Arrow Flash
    • Beast Wrestler
    • El Viento
    • Exile
    • Final Zone
    • Gaiares
    • Syd of Valis
    • Traysia
    • Valis III
  • MSX
  • Valis
  • Valis II
  • Nintendo 64
    • Parlor Pro Pachinko
  • GameCube
    • WaiWai Golf (a.k.a. Swingerz Golf, Ace Golf)
  • PlayStation 2
    • Enjoy Golf! (a.k.a. Eagle Eye Golf)
    • Mahjong Party: Idol to Mahjong Shoubu
  • PC
    • Meccha Golf
  • Super Famicom/Super NES
    • Dark Kingdom
    • Edono Kiba
    • Super Valis IV
  • PC Engine/TurboGrafx
    • Avenger
    • Babel
    • Browning
    • Columns
    • Cosmic Fantasy
    • Cosmic Fantasy II
    • Cosmic Fantasy Visual Collection
    • Cosmic Fantasy III
    • Cosmic Fantasy IV-Chapter 1
    • Cosmic Fantasy IV-Chapter 2
    • Death Bringer-Knight of Darkness
    • Dekoboko Densetsu Hashiru Wagamanma
    • Exile
    • Exile: Wicked Phenomenom
    • Final Zone II
    • F1 Team Simulation Project F
    • Golden Axe
    • High Grenadier
    • Jantei Monogatari
    • Kiaiden 00
    • Lady Phantom
    • Last Alert
    • Legion[disambiguation needed]
    • Maho Shoujo Silky Lip
    • Meikyu no Elfeene
    • Mirai Shounen Conan
    • Valis: The Fantasm Soldier
    • Valis II
    • Valis III
    • Valis IV
    • Valis Visual Collection
    • Police Connection
    • Pop 'n Magic
    • Psychic Storm
    • Puzzle Boy
    • Sugoroku '92 Nari Tore Nariagari Trendy
    • Super Albatross
    • Tenshi No Uta
    • Tenshi No Uta II Da Tenshi no Sentaku
    • Travel Epuru
    • Xak I & II
    • Zan Kagerou No Toki

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