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|T-series code: T-150|
|Headquarters: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan|
Imagineer Co., Ltd. (イマジニア) is a Japanese entertainment company headquartered in Nishi-Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. The name comes from a hybrid of "imagine" and "engineer", and the company started developing and publishing video games in the 1980s.
Imagineer still exist, but focus mainly on the Japanese mobile phone market, rather than home consoles.
Their later Saturn games were released under an alternate label, Imadio.
- note: this list presently does not list Pico software, of which Imagineer released many
- Seifuku Densetsu Pretty Fighter X (1995)
- Virtual Volleyball (1995)
- Jissen Mahjong (1995)
- Mahou no Jansi Poe Poe Poemy (1995)
- Virtual Open Tennis (1995)
- Kaitei Daisensou (1995)
- Hankou Shashin: Shibarareta Shoujo Tachi no Mitamo no wa? (1996)
- Shouryuu Sangoku Engi (1996)
- 3D Lemmings (1996)
- HeartBeat Scramble (1996)
- StarFighter 3000 (1996)
- Fist (1996)
- MeltyLancer: Ginga Shoujo Keisatsu 2086 (1996)
- EVE burst error (1997)
- Syutokou Battle '97 (1997)
- Ryuuteki Gosennen: Dragons of China (1997)
- Welcome House (1997)
- Taiheiyou no Arashi 2: Shippuu no Moudou (1997)
- Panic Chan (1997)
- Tenka Seiha (1997)
- Transport Tycoon (1997)
- Shutokou Battle '97: Tsuchiya Keiichi & Bandou Masaaki (1997)
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