History Creator / Sunsoft

1st Jun '18 12:12:16 AM AlviEao
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In 1985, Sun Electronics began releasing games for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] under the Sunsoft label. A few years later, the company began to distribute NES games in the U.S. through Sun Corporation of America. In 1988, Sunsoft formed a partnership with Tokai Engineering (TEC); it was actually a dummy corporation created by Sunsoft to circumvent Nintendo’s limitations on publishing how many games on the Famicom/NES in a year, coiciding with a dramatic improvement in their quality. Sunsoft also became heavily interested in producing {{Licensed Game}}s and console ports of computer games.

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In 1985, Sun Electronics began releasing games for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] under the Sunsoft label. A few years later, the company began to distribute NES games in the U.S. through Sun Corporation of America. In 1988, Sunsoft formed a partnership with Tokai Engineering (TEC); it was actually a dummy corporation created by Sunsoft to circumvent Nintendo’s limitations on publishing how many games on the Famicom/NES in a year, coiciding coinciding with a dramatic improvement in their quality. Sunsoft also became heavily interested in producing {{Licensed Game}}s and console ports of computer games.
30th May '18 6:46:26 PM AlviEao
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In 1985, Sun Electronics began releasing games for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] under the Sunsoft label. A few years later, the company began to distribute NES games in the U.S. through Sun Corporation of America. In 1988, Sunsoft formed a partnership with Tokai Engineering (TEC); exactly what this partnership contributed to Sunsoft's games is not clear (was actually a dummy corporation created by Sunsoft to circumvent Nintendo’s limitations on publishing how many games on the Famicom/NES in a year), but this coincided with a dramatic improvement in their quality. Sunsoft also became heavily interested in producing {{Licensed Game}}s and console ports of computer games.

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In 1985, Sun Electronics began releasing games for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] under the Sunsoft label. A few years later, the company began to distribute NES games in the U.S. through Sun Corporation of America. In 1988, Sunsoft formed a partnership with Tokai Engineering (TEC); exactly what this partnership contributed to Sunsoft's games is not clear (was it was actually a dummy corporation created by Sunsoft to circumvent Nintendo’s limitations on publishing how many games on the Famicom/NES in a year), but this coincided year, coiciding with a dramatic improvement in their quality. Sunsoft also became heavily interested in producing {{Licensed Game}}s and console ports of computer games.
30th May '18 6:44:07 PM AlviEao
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In 1985, Sun Electronics began releasing games for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] under the Sunsoft label. A few years later, the company began to distribute NES games in the U.S. through Sun Corporation of America. In 1988, Sunsoft formed a partnership with Tokai Engineering (TEC); exactly what this partnership contributed to Sunsoft's games is not clear, but this coincided with a dramatic improvement in their quality. Sunsoft also became heavily interested in producing {{Licensed Game}}s and console ports of computer games.

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In 1985, Sun Electronics began releasing games for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Family Computer]] under the Sunsoft label. A few years later, the company began to distribute NES games in the U.S. through Sun Corporation of America. In 1988, Sunsoft formed a partnership with Tokai Engineering (TEC); exactly what this partnership contributed to Sunsoft's games is not clear, clear (was actually a dummy corporation created by Sunsoft to circumvent Nintendo’s limitations on publishing how many games on the Famicom/NES in a year), but this coincided with a dramatic improvement in their quality. Sunsoft also became heavily interested in producing {{Licensed Game}}s and console ports of computer games.
25th May '18 12:31:55 AM TenuousJake
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* ''VideoGame/{{Sunman}}''[[note]][[{{Vaporware}} This game was never released.]][[/note]]




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* ''VideoGame/{{Sunman}}''[[note]][[{{Vaporware}} This game was never released.]][[/note]]
25th May '18 12:27:05 AM TenuousJake
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* ''The Death and Return of Superman'' (developed by Creator/BlizzardEntertainment)


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* ''The Death and Return of Superman'' (developed by Creator/BlizzardEntertainment)
21st May '18 3:22:24 PM TenuousJake
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* ''VideoGame/RoadRunnersDeathValleyRally'' (developed by ICOM Simulations)
21st May '18 3:21:57 PM TenuousJake
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* ''VideoGame/RoadRunnersDeathValleyRally'' (developed by ICOM Simulations)
21st May '18 3:20:09 PM TenuousJake
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* ''[[VideoGame/TheAddamsFamily The Addams Family: Uncle Fester's Quest]]''



* ''VideoGame/LooneyTunesAcmeAnimationFactory'' (SNES game that uses the SNES Mouse)
21st May '18 3:19:07 PM TenuousJake
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* ''VideoGame/JusticeLeagueTaskForce''


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* ''VideoGame/JusticeLeagueTaskForce''
* ''VideoGame/LooneyTunesAcmeAnimationFactory'' (SNES game that uses the SNES Mouse)
21st May '18 3:17:15 PM TenuousJake
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* ''[[VideoGame/TheAddamsFamily The Addams Family: Uncle Fester's Quest]]''
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