|Fast facts on Dempa|
|T-series code: T-17|
|Headquarters: Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan|
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Dempa Micomsoft (電波新聞社マイコンソフト), or simply Dempa, was the software division of publishing company Dempa Shimbunsha (電波新聞社, literally "Radio Wave Newspaper Publisher Company.") In 1993, it was broken off as a separate company, though fully owned by Dempa. During the late 1980s and early 1990s they were responsible for porting many arcade games to home Japanese computers, several of these games being developed by Sega. Apart from programming games, with Dempa earning a high reputation for its arcade conversions, it also made controllers, joysticks, and other hardware. The company now remains as Micomsoft Co., Ltd., with TV scan converters as its main business.
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