Tamsoft Corporation (株式会社タムソフト, Kabushiki Gaisha Tamu Sofuto) is a Japanese video game developer, founded on 26 June 1992. Its current president, Toshiaki Ōta, previously worked at Toaplan as one of the six original team members and head of software development.[2][3][4][5]

Tamsoft Corporation
TypeKabushiki gaisha
IndustryVideo games
Founded26 June 1992 (1992-06-26)
Area served
Key people
Toshiaki Ōta (President)
ProductsSenran Kagura series
Oneechanbara series
Number of employees

Some of their most popular games were released for Sony's PlayStation console, including the Battle Arena Toshinden series, early Choro Q games and Guardian's Crusade. Tamsoft has also worked on the PlayStation 2 port of Sega's Virtua Tennis 2 and Itadaki Street 3 for Enix, as well as several games in D3 Publisher's Simple 2000 series. Some other famous series are Dream Club, Oneechanbara and Senran Kagura.

List of Tamsoft gamesEdit


Full PriceEdit

Simple 1500 SeriesEdit

PlayStation 2Edit

Full PriceEdit

Simple 2000 SeriesEdit

PlayStation PortableEdit

Full PriceEdit

Simple 2500 Portable!! SeriesEdit

  • Simple 2500 Portable!! Series Vol. 5: The Block Kuzushi Quest ~DragonKingdom~
  • Simple 2500 Portable!! Series Vol. 12: The Hohei 2: Senyuu yo, Sakini Ike
  • Simple 2500 Portable!! Series Vol. 13: The Akuma Hunters – Exorsister

Xbox 360Edit


Nintendo DSEdit

Full PriceEdit

Simple DS SeriesEdit

  • Simple DS Series Vol. 20: The Senkan
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 21: The Hohei
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 22: The AgeAge Zeroyon Midnight
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 29: The Sports Daishuugou
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 34: The Haishasan
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 39: The Shouboutai

PlayStation 3Edit

Nintendo 3DSEdit

PlayStation VitaEdit

Full priceEdit

Simple V SeriesEdit

  • Simple V Series Vol. 1: The Docodemo Gal Mahjong
  • Simple V Series Vol. 2: The Tōsō Highway Fullboost: Nagoya–Tokyo Gekisō 4-jikan

PlayStation 4Edit

PlayStation 5Edit


Nintendo SwitchEdit

Xbox OneEdit

  • Melty Blood: Type Lumina


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  2. ^ "PC Scramble: 東亜プラン 太田俊昭". PC Engine Fan (in Japanese). Vol. 3, no. 2. Tokuma Shoten. February 1990. p. 87.
  3. ^ Neal, David (10 December 2008). "A History of Toaplan – Post-Toaplan". Insomnia.
  4. ^ Iona; VHS; K-HEX (June 2009). "東亜プラン FOREVER". Floor 25 (in Japanese). Vol. 9. pp. 1–70. (Translation by Gamengai. Archived 2020-10-10 at the Wayback Machine).
  5. ^ Kiyoshi, Tane; Tanaka, Haruhisa; Yūsaku, Yamamoto (3 February 2012). "東亜プラン特集 – 元・東亜プラン 開発者インタビュー: 上村建也". Shooting Gameside (in Japanese). Vol. 4. Micro Magazine. pp. 33–40. ISBN 978-4896373844. (Translation by Shmuplations. Archived 2019-09-06 at the Wayback Machine).
  6. ^ 2014-04-08, Hyperdimension Neptunia U is a PS Vita game developed by the studio behind Senran Kagura, Gematsu
  7. ^ 2015-03-14, [1], Dengeki
  8. ^ "Rising Star Games | Drive GirlsDrive Girls | Rising Star Games". www.risingstargames.com. Archived from the original on 18 May 2017.
  9. ^ 2016-10-25, [2], Gematsu
  10. ^ 2019-09-11,Pikki and Tamsoft Announce Action Game Hinomaruko for PS4 & Switch, Gematsu
  11. ^ "Melty Blood: Type Lumina – Saber Story Mode (PS5 1440p)". Archived from the original on 13 December 2021 – via YouTube.
  12. ^ 2014-04-08, Hyperdimension Neptunia U is a PS Vita game developed by the studio behind Senran Kagura, Gematsu
  13. ^ "MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies (Neptunia) on Steam".

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