Fill-in-Cafe

Logo, as seen in Asuka 120% Burning Fest. Excellent. A Japanese videogame company most known for the Asuka 120% Burning Fest series, Neural Gear, and Panzer Bandit.

History

Fill-in-Cafe began, as Team Cross Wonder, in 1987. Changed to Fill-in-Cafe in 1989 after releasing one game: Mission Metal Sight, for the Sharp X68000. The company was incorporated in 1991. In July 1994 they moved from Itabashi, Tokyo, to Shinjuku-ku. And closed in 1998. Their final game being Makeruna! Makendou Z, for NECs PC-FX.

Works

  1. 1988 - Mission Metal Sight (X68000)
  2. 1990 - Neural Gear (X68000)
  3. 1992 - Pitapat (PC-98)
  4. 1992 - Yamashina Keisuke no Sengoku (PC-981))
  5. 1992 - Kidou Senshi Gundam MS Field 2 '92 (PC-98)
  6. 1993 - Championship Rally (PC-Engine CD)
  7. 1993 - Kidou Senshi Gundam MS Field 2 '93 (PC-98)
  8. 1993 - Galaxy Deka Gayvan (PC-Engine CD)
  9. 1993 - Ruin: Kami no Isan (PC-Engine CD)
  10. 1994 - Kakutou Haou Densetsu Algunos (PC-Engine CD)
  11. 1994 - Mad Stalker X68 (X68000)
  12. 1994 - Asuka 120% Burning Fest (FM-Towns; X68000)
  13. 1994 - Mad Stalker Towns (FM-Towns)
  14. 1994 - Crasher Joe: Kanraku Wakusei no Inbou (PC-98)
  15. 1994 - Mad Stalker (PC-Engine CD)
  16. 1994 - Asuka 120% Burning Fest Excellent (FM-Towns)
  17. 1995 - Kiteretsu Daihyakka: Cho Jiku Sugoroku (SNES)
  18. 1995 - Taisen Idol Mahjong Final Romance 2 (Arcade)
  19. 1995 - Night Striker (PlayStation)
  20. 1995 - Asuka 120% Maxima: Burning Fest Maxima (PC-Engine CD)
  21. 1995 - Makeruna! Makendou 2: Kimero Youkai Souri (PlayStation)
  22. 1995 - Sotsugyou II: Neo Generation Special (3DO)
  23. 1995 - Metamor Panic: Doki Doki Youma Busters (PlayStation)
  24. 1996 - Tanjou: Debut Pure (3DO)
  25. 1996 - Asuka 120% Special: Burning Fest Special (PlayStation)
  26. 1996 - Voice Paradise (PC-FX)
  27. 1996 - Ojousama Sousamou (PC-FX)
  28. 1996 - Night Striker S (Saturn)
  29. 1996 - Metamor Panic: Doki Doki Youma Busters (PC)
  30. 1996 - Voice Paradise Excella (PlayStation)
  31. 1996 - Jan Jan Paradise (Arcade)
  32. 1997 - PAL: Shinken Densetsu (PlayStation)
  33. 1997 - Elfin Paradise (PlayStation)
  34. 1997 - Asuka 120% Excellent: Burning Fest. (PlayStation)
  35. 1997 - Photo Genic (PC-98)
  36. 1997 - Mad Stalker (PlayStation)
  37. 1997 - Hatsukoi Valentine (PlayStation)
  38. 1997 - Panzer Bandit (PlayStation)
  39. 1997 - Asuka 120% Limited: Burning Fest (Saturn)
  40. 1997 - Community POM (PlayStation)
  41. 1997 - Photo Genic (PlayStation)
  42. 1997 - Makeruna! Makendou Z (PC-FX)

Phantom Breaker

Much of the former Fill-in-Cafe staff is apparently now part of 5pb. Phantom Breaker is an upcoming (as of this writing) 2D fighting game for the Xbox 360, developed and published by 5pb. It bears many strong gameplay, thematic and graphical similarities to the Asuka 120% series, enough to be considered a spiritual sequel. There is a demo of the game currently available on the Japanese Xbox Marketplace.

See also

1) Also (only?) distributed via Brother-TAKERU
 
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