|Published games by||Sharp Image (North America), Poara Enterprises, Pacific Games (Japan)|
Philko was a Arcade game developer, founded in 1985-07-30 and closed in 1993, localized in Jongro-gu, Seoul, South Korea.
The company stopped their game business in 1991 and worked as a Construction company called "On-Gok" Until company shuts down in 1993.
List of games[edit | edit source]
|Atomic Point||Sega System 16B (modded)||1990||Clone of Flash Point/Bloxeed|
|Dyger||Arcade||1989||Shooting game running on Side Arms: Hyper dyne Hardware.|
|Lock On||Sega System 16B (modded)||1991||Bootleg of Carrier Air Wing|
|Snapper||Sega System 16B (modded)||1990||Snake clone with Wonder Boy in Monster land assets|
|The Destroyer from Jail||Sega System 16B (modded)||1991||Side-scrolling game simillar to Jail Break|
|Turtle Ship||Arcade||1988||Hack of Side Arms: Hyper Dyne|
|Whizz||Arcade||1989||Released in North America as Twin Falcons. Runs on Side-Arms hardware.|
|Xyonix||Arcade||1989||Tetris clone based on Atari Tetris. Uses Wonder Boy in Monster Land sound engine.|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In 1989, Philko was rumored in EGM magazine of USA as the first Korean company to program games for the NES (Article EGM n° 4, Nov. 1989):