Allumer, Ltd. (アルュメ株式会社), was a video game production company, established in February 1978 and headquartered in Meguro, Tokyo, Japan. The company suspended business in October 5, 1999.[1] In February 2023, Japanese video game publisher Hamster Corporation acquired the rights to Allumer's catalog of titles.[2] After the acquisition, the games from the company began to appear on their Arcade Archives series of re-releases, beginning with Magical Speed. Other titles from the company, such as Blandia, Rezon, Mad Shark, and Zing Zing Zip started appearing afterwards.

Allumer, Ltd.
Company typePublic
IndustryVideo games
FoundedFebruary 1978
DefunctOctober 5, 1999[1]
HeadquartersMeguro, Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Yoshiaki Tsuyuki[1]

Notable works edit

Arcade edit

  • Blandia (licensed by Taito)
  • Great Swordsman (published by Taito)
  • Joshi Volleyball (published by Taito)
  • Mad Shark (clone of Raiden; developed by MOSS)
  • Magical Speed (published by Namco)
  • Mahjong Yonshimai Wakakusa Monogatari (hardware design) (published by Maboroshi Ware)
  • Masked Riders Club Battle Race (published by Banpresto)
  • Godzilla (published by Banpresto)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam (published by Banpresto)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: EX Revue (published by Banpresto) (CG Production: Studio Dews)
  • Gladiator (published by Taito)
  • Rezon
  • US Classic (published by Seta)
  • Zing Zing Zip (published by Tecmo)
  • War of Aero- Project MEIOU (published by Yang Cheng Electronic Co. Ltd.)
  • SD Gundam Neo Battling (published by Banpresto)
  • Ultraman Club: Tatakae! Ultraman Kyoudai!! (published by Banpresto)
  • Tokusyu Butai UAG / Thundercade / Twin Formation (published by Taito)

PC edit

  • Fortune Quest (unreleased)[3]

PlayStation edit

  • Gokuu Densetsu: Magic Beast Warriors
  • Idol Promotion: Yumie Suzuki

See also edit

References edit

  1. ^ a b c "信用調査会社 (株)セイケイデータ【不渡・倒産情報99/10】". Archived from the original on 2011-05-31. Retrieved 2011-04-06.
  2. ^ "【アケアカ】ハムスターがゲームメーカー"アルュメ"のタイトルの権利を取得。第1弾『アケアカ まじかるスピード』が2月9日に配信決定! | ゲーム・エンタメ最新情報のファミ通.com". ファミ通.com (in Japanese). Retrieved 2023-02-14.
  3. ^ ja:フォーチュン・クエスト#cite note-0[circular reference]