|Aliases||Fun Fun Club (잼잼크럽)|
|Published games by||In-house, Color Dreams, Open Corp., Tengen|
Daou Infosys (다우정보통신) was a Korean game developer and publisher. Until 1993 all its games were developed in-house, and after 1993 they were developed by Open Corp.. They also licensed games by Color Dreams and Tengen for Supercom.
Games[edit | edit source]
In-house[edit | edit source]
|Agi Gongnyong Dooly||
||1991||Sidescrolling shooter. Both MSX and Sega Master System versions are different games.||N/A|
|Dooly Bravo Land||Famicom||1992||Third and last Dooly game from Daou. A platformer with poor programming.||DIF-001|
(The General's Son)
||1992||Fighting game based off the Korean movie of the same name.||DIF-002|
Developed by Open[edit | edit source]
|Toto World 3||Master System||Mid 1993||Platformer that was released simultaneously with Koko Adventure.||DIS-G301|
|Koko Adventure||Famicom||Mid 1993||The spiritual successor of Magic Kid Googoo according to one of the developer. Highly inspired by Super Mario World.||DIS-F301|
|Metal Force||Famicom||April-May 1994||A game inspired by the Mega Man series with seven levels.||DIS-F401|
|Family Noraebang||Famicom||December 1993 or 1994||A special karaoke cartridge with FM synthesis. Developed by Open, manufactured by Daou and published by Daewoo.||HEA-02|
|Suho Cheonsa||Master System||1994||A breakout clone. It is notable for being Daou's last release and the last console game by Open that was released.||DIS-G402|
Developed by Unlicensed American Companies[edit | edit source]
These games were made by developers located in the United States then later licensed by Daou Infosys for a Famicom release in collaboration with Haitai Electronics.
|Challenge of the Dragon||Color Dreams||Mid 1991||A kind of an action & beat'em up game. The title screen was updated.|
|Crystal Mines||Color Dreams||First half of 1991||Updated splash & title screen|
|Menace Beach||Color Dreams||May 1991?||Updated title screen.|
|Hee-dong Ei's Adventures
|Baby Boomer||Color Dreams||Early 1991 ?||Light-gun game, copyright updated with Licensed to Daou Infosys. An alternate cover calls it Baby Boomber.|
|Klax||Tengen||Early 1991||Puzzle game similar to Tetris. Identical to the US release.|
|Shockwave||AGCI||Early 1991 ?||Puzzle game, identical to the US release.|
|Skull & Crossbones||Tengen||Mid 1991||The splash screen reading Tengen was replaced with Haitai Electronics. An alternate cover reads Captain Hook.|
|Road Runner X
|Road Runner||Tengen||Early 1991||Based on the Road Runner cartoon. Identical to the US release. An alternate cover calls it Road Bunny.|
|Toobin´||Tengen||Mid 1991||Obstacle race, the title sceen was updated. An alternate cover reads Tube.|
Developed by Konami[edit | edit source]
- Sagak-ui Bimil (Quarth) [MSX2]
Developed by Sachen[edit | edit source]
- Super Pang
Unreleased[edit | edit source]
- Kaby Koby (깨비꼬비 - 1994) - Developed by Open Corp, shown in magazines in late 1993 and early 1994.
Accessories[edit | edit source]
While Daou stopped making new console-games in 1994, they kept manufacturing hardware and accessories for them. This list is likely incomplete.
- Family Noraebang extension cartridges. These offered new songs, up to 40, to sing on with the Family Noraebang cartridge for the Famicom. Five versions were released.
- SFX Converter (199?, A Super Nintendo adapter to play NTSC games in a PAL console, DIS-SFC02)
- Fantastick (also known as Stealth, an arcade-like controller for the SNES and Mega Drive)
- Powerstick II (A classic arcade stick with Turbo functions for the SNES and Mega Drive).
Gallery[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- 9119 date on DIS-CDDRAGON PRG Mask ROM
- 9116 on the PRG Mask ROM
- 희동이 (Hee-dong Ei) is the baby's name in the Dooly cartoon.
- 9051 date on DIS-TGKXPRG Mask ROM
- Uses the same mask ROM as the US release.
- 9126 date on DIS-TGSKLPRG Mask ROM
- 9051 date on DIS-TGRRPRG Mask ROM
- 9126 date on DIS-TGTBNPRG Mask ROM