Sunsoft is the video game division of Sun Electronics Corporation (Sun Denshi), a Japanese company founded in 1971.

In 1978, Sun Electronics began producing {{Arcade Game}}s. The company never became a major player in the arcades, though Sunsoft continued sporadically to develop arcade games into the 1990s.

In 1985, Sun Electronics began releasing games for the [[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.

The changing economics of video game development were not kind to Sunsoft. In 1995, the company escaped bankruptcy, selling off a few games to be released by Creator/{{Acclaim}}. A more serious decline became evident around 2001, when its international distribution channels closed. What saved Sunsoft from extinction was the advent of online game services; as well as making many of their older games available on Nintendo's VirtualConsole, Sunsoft has released a small number of original downloadable games.
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!!Games developed/published by Sunsoft include:
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* ''VideoGame/AeroTheAcroBat'' series (developed by Iguana Entertainment)
* ''VideoGame/AtlantisNoNazo''
* ''VideoGame/{{Batman|Sunsoft}}'' games
* ''VideoGame/BlasterMaster'' series
* ''VideoGame/ChameleonTwist'' series (developed and released in Japan by Japan System Supply)
* ''VideoGame/DeaeTonosamaAppareIchiban''
* ''The Death and Return of Superman'' (developed by Creator/BlizzardEntertainment)
* ''Galaxy Fight''
* ''VideoGame/{{Hebereke}}''
** ''VideoGame/{{Ufouria}}''
* ''VideoGame/JourneyToSilius''
* ''VideoGame/MrGimmick''
* ''VideoGame/PowerQuest'' (developed by Japan System Supply)
* ''VideoGame/QuestBriansJourney'' (developed by Imagineer in Japan, developed by Sunsoft in America)
* ''VideoGame/RoadRunnersDeathValleyRally'' (developed by ICOM Simulations)
* ''[[VideoGame/FantasyZone Super Fantasy Zone]]''
* ''[[VideoGame/SpyHunter Super Spy Hunter]]''
* ''VideoGame/WakuWaku7''
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