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Aicom's company logo.

Aicom is a now defunct Japanese video game developer. It may be that it was founded in 1988 at the latest, possibly by a group that left Irem, Jaleco. Despite evidence to support this, the Sammy corporate website lists 1990 as the first year and that it was a subsidiary. It was bought by Sega Sammy Holdings in 1992.

Their games include The Mafat Conspiracy, Totally Rad and Vice: Project Doom on the Nintendo Entertainment System, Blaster Master Boy for the Game Boy and Pulstar for Neo Geo.

It eventually broke off from Sammy, and with funding from SNK eventually became Yumekobo and produced games mainly for SNK systems.

Games developed[edit]

This is a list of Aicom games arranged by release date, the order in Regions specifies where it was released first.

Title Date Type Platform(s) Region(s)
Chuugoku Senseijutsu 1988 Miscellaneous NES Japan
Amagon (Totsuzen! Macho Man in Japan) 1988, 1989 Action NES Japan, North America
Hoops (Moero!! Junior Basket: Two on Two in Japan) 1988, 1989 Sports NES Worldwide
The Legendary Axe (Makyou Densetsu in Japan) 1988, 1989 Action TurboGrafx-16 Japan, North America
A.B. Cop 1989 Driving Arcade North America
Flying Hero 1989 Action NES Japan
P-47 Thunderbolt: The Freedom Fighter 1989 Action TurboGrafx-16 Japan
All-Pro Basketball (Zenbei!! Pro Basketball in Japan) 1989 Sports NES North America, Japan
Takeda Shingen 1989 Action TurboGrafx-16 Japan
Racing Hero 1989 Driving Arcade North America
The Astyanax (The Lord of King in Japan) 1989, 1990 Platformer Arcade, NES Worldwide
Takin' It To The Hoop (USA Pro Basketball in Japan) 1989, 1990 Action TurboGrafx-16 Japan, North America
The Mafat Conspiracy (Golgo 13 The Riddle of Icarus in Japan) 1990 Action NES Japan, North America
Tensei Ryuu: Saint Dragon 1990 Action TurboGrafx-16 Japan
Ultimate Basketball (Taito Basketball in Japan) 1990, 1991 Sports NES North America, Japan
Totally Rad (Magic John in Japan) 1990, 1991 Action, Adventure NES Japan, North America
Vice: Project Doom (Gun-Dec in Japan) 1991 Action, Racing / Driving NES Japan, North America
Blaster Master Boy (Blaster Master Jr. in Europe, Bomber King: Scenario 2 in Japan) 1991 Action, Platformer Game Boy Worldwide
Viewpoint 1992, 1995 Scrolling shooter Arcade, Neo Geo, Neo Geo CD Japan, North America
Football Fury (Ultimate Football in Japan) 1992, 1993 Sports Super SNES Japan, North America
Jyanshin Densetsu: Quest of Jongmaster 1994 Puzzle Arcade Japan
Pulstar 1995 Action Neo Geo, Neo Geo CD, Arcade Japan, North America
Fuuun Gokuu Ninjin 1996 Action PlayStation Japan