|Hosenkan Electronics Co., LTD.|
|Years||? (Active in 1996-1997)|
|Published games by||Ei-How Yang|
Hosenkan Electronics is a electronic devices manufacturer who entered the game business a short period of times, releasing games developed by Ex-Sachen developers.
Overview[edit | edit source]
Hosenkan had a short attempt in the gaming business, being already on the decline in Taiwan. They were probably related to Realtec who distributed some of their titles.
Games distributed by Hosenkan[edit | edit source]
They are known for releasing themselves the following games:
|Super Donkey Kong||Late 1996 or early '97|
Games published by Realtec[edit | edit source]
Hosenkan with Realtec re-released two Ei-How Yang titles previously developed by J.Y. Company. They probably didn't release it themselves in Taiwan to not get in trouble.
|China Rabbit Baby||1997||Variant of Mickey Mania 7 that replaces Mickey with Buster Bunny from Tiny Toon Adventures.||K-R6|
|Contra Spirits||1997||1996 copyright version.||H-C1|
|Mickey Mania 7||1997||
Unconfirmed[edit | edit source]
|Jurassic Park||1998||Unconfirmed, credits Hosekn which could be another company.|
|Mortal Kombat 5||1998|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Both Mickey Mania 7 and China Rabbit Baby were originally released by J.Y. Company and Contra Spirits was being developed for them as well. The contract was likely broken (for unknown reason) and the developer left J.Y. for Hosenkan. Ei-How Yang games were removed from J.Y. multicarts after 1996 as well.
- Hosenkan also produced a few multicarts which were distributed by Realtec. These cartridges always featured a game by Ei-How Yang. For example, VIP002 is a 6-in-1 with Contra Spirits, Top002 features Mickey Mania 7.