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'''Fill in Cafe''' (フィルインカフェ) was a Japanese development studio best known for their ''Asuka 120%'' series. The company began as TEAM WONDER CROSS in 1987 and changed its name to TEAM FILL IN CAFE in 1989 before incorporating in 1991. The company made games for the X68000, 3DO FM Towns, PlayStation, PC Engine, PC-FX, PC98 and SNES in addition to the [[Sega Saturn]]. After the company filed for bankruptcy, FamilySoft, who published most of Fill in Cafe's games, became the distributors of the company's IP. FamilySoft had made funds and equipment available to Fill in Cafe during its existence and the two companies had a close connection.
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'''Fill in Cafe''' (フィルインカフェ) was a Japanese development studio best known for their ''Asuka 120%'' series. The company began as TEAM WONDER CROSS in 1987 and changed its name to TEAM FILL IN CAFE in 1989 before incorporating in 1991.
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The company made games for the X68000, 3DO FM Towns, [[PlayStation]], PC Engine, PC-FX, PC98 and SNES in addition to the [[Sega Saturn]]. After the company filed for bankruptcy, FamilySoft, who published most of Fill in Cafe's games, became the distributors of the company's IP. FamilySoft had made funds and equipment available to Fill in Cafe during its existence and the two companies had a close connection.
  
 
==Softography==
 
==Softography==
===CD-ROM===
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===CD-ROM²===
 
* ''[[Gain Ground SX]]'' (graphics cooperation) (1992)
 
* ''[[Gain Ground SX]]'' (graphics cooperation) (1992)
  
 
===[[Saturn]]===
 
===[[Saturn]]===
 
* ''[[Night Striker S]]'' (1996)  
 
* ''[[Night Striker S]]'' (1996)  
* ''[[Asuka 120% Limited: Burning Fest]]'' (1997)
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* ''[[Asuka 120% Limited Burning Fest. Limited]]'' (1997)
 
* ''[[Photo Genic]]'' (1998)
 
* ''[[Photo Genic]]'' (1998)
  
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[[Category:Third-party software developers]]

Latest revision as of 16:40, 10 January 2020

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Fill in Cafe
Founded: 1991-09-18
Defunct: 1998
Headquarters: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Fill in Cafe (フィルインカフェ) was a Japanese development studio best known for their Asuka 120% series. The company began as TEAM WONDER CROSS in 1987 and changed its name to TEAM FILL IN CAFE in 1989 before incorporating in 1991.

The company made games for the X68000, 3DO FM Towns, PlayStation, PC Engine, PC-FX, PC98 and SNES in addition to the Sega Saturn. After the company filed for bankruptcy, FamilySoft, who published most of Fill in Cafe's games, became the distributors of the company's IP. FamilySoft had made funds and equipment available to Fill in Cafe during its existence and the two companies had a close connection.

Softography

CD-ROM²

Saturn

References

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