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Dongguan Hi-Tech Computer Learning Machine Co., Ltd.  (Chinese: 东莞市高科电脑学习机有限公司), more commonly known as Hitek, is a company that made Gameboy Color games that was founded on July 13, 1999 in Dongguan, Guangdong, China.[1] The members of the development team were former Waixing staff. The company still exists, but has long been abandoned with video game production and the development team moved to JungleTac.

Its Game Boy Color games may have been developed by a company called Ruanxin Co., Ltd. Terrifying 9/11 contains an unused Metal Slug title screen crediting that company; additionally, most Hitek games boot up with a "GK.RX" logo, which likely refers to Gaoke (Hitek) and Ruanxin.

Most Hitek games were also published by Li Cheng under different titles.

Games[]

Game Boy Color[]

Name Released Based Off/Clone Of... Description Links
Dragon Warrior Monsters
(勇者斗恶龙——怪兽仙境 中文版)
August 1999 Dragon Warrior Monsters
(ドラゴンクエストモンスターズ テリーのワンダーランド)
A Chinese translation of "Dragon Warrior Monsters". [2]
Bokujou Monogatari GB2
(牧场传说GB2,牧場物語GB2 中文版)
??? Bokujou Monogatari GB2
(牧場物語GB2)
A Chinese translation of "Bokujou Monogatari GB2". [3]
Chinese Tycoon
(中國大亨,超级大富翁II)
??? Richman 2
(大富翁2)
A backport of Richman 2 (大富翁2). The game is currently undumped. [4]
Fighter 2000
(快打2000)
2000 ??? Content unknown. The game is currently undumped. [5]
Heroic Sword
(仙劍奇緣,英雄剑)
??? The Legend of Sword and Fairy
(仙劍奇俠傳)
A backport of "The Legend of Sword and Fairy" (仙劍奇俠傳). [6]
Jin Yong Qun Xia Zhuan 2
(武俠群英傳,金庸群侠传II)
??? Heroes of Jin Yong
(金庸群俠傳)
Also known as "Bokujou Monogatari GB2" due to its ROM header but has no relation to Harvest Moon.
A backport of "Heroes of Jin Yong" (金庸群俠傳).
[7]
Pyramid Creator
(魔術金字塔)
2000 Lonpos Pyramid Creators
(龍博士魔術金字塔)
Lonpos Pyramid Creators (龍博士魔術金字塔) clone. The game is currently undumped. [8]
Shui Hu Zhuan Zhi Qun Mo Feng Yun Lu
(水滸傳之群魔風雲錄)
??? Shui Hu Zhuan
(水滸傳)
A backport of "Shui Hu Zhuan" (水滸傳). [9]
Terrifying 911
(驚爆 911)
2001(?) Metal Slug Hitek's best known game, published by Li Cheng as "特種部隊 2 基地". A backport of Metal Slug. As of now, the Chinese (驚爆 911) title version of this game remains undumped. [10]

Trivia[]

  • Some of Hitek's earliest games mixed Simplified and Traditional Chinese.
  • Hitek's English name is the romanization of "High-tech" (高科 - Gao ke).
  • Hitek's game sound engine is stolen from The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening.

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