|First Game||Wonder Kid|
|Last Game||Venus Project|
|Sounds used||Konami / Tiny Toon Adventures (NES)|
Natsume / Iku Mizutani (SMS)
|Games published by||Daou Infosys (1993-97)|
Open Corp. was a company based in South Korea that was founded by a team of ex-employees from Zemina led by Koo Eun-joong. They produced unlicensed NES/Famicom and Sega Master System games during the 1990s, and were published by Daou Infosys from 1993 onward. (Daou games made before that time were developed in-house) Unusually, they did end up making one officially licensed game; the Game Gear port of Bubble Bobble released in 1994. Open seemingly vanished during the 64-bit era of gaming, but some internal programmers remained in the video game industry and later worked for Unico Electronics Co., Ltd.
Console games[edit | edit source]
Released[edit | edit source]
- '94 Super World Cup Chukku (1994, Master System)
- Bubble Bobble (1994, Game Gear)
- Buzz & Waldog aka Koko's Adventure (1993, Famicom; unreleased in US)
- Family Noraebang (December 1993 or early 1994, Famicom)
- Jang Pung 3 (1994, Master System)
- Metal Force (May 1994, Famicom)
- Suho Cheonsa (Master System)
- Toto World 3 (Sega Master System)
- Twin Mouse (Master System; a clone of Tiny Toon Adventures for the NES using the Super Boy 4 engine and Magic Kid Googoo music. Some elements from TTA are noticeable in other Open games like Toto World 3)
Unreleased[edit | edit source]
- Kaby Koby (1994 - Famicom) - Likely unreleased because Open and Daou stopped console-games development.
Accessories[edit | edit source]
- Game Hunter - Open's only known accessory. It's a cheat device for the Super Famicom with a few codes for the most popular games at the time. Adding codes doesn't seem possible.