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|caption = RCM logo
 
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|location = Taiwan
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|location = Taipei, Taiwan
|years = May 1989 - June 1992<ref>https://aibee.com.tw/v/23305721/ Taipei City Registration Bank entry for RCM.</ref>
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|years = May 1989 - June 1992<ref>https://aibee.com.tw/v/23305721/ Company registration information regarding RCM.</ref>
 
|consoles = Famicom, NES
 
|consoles = Famicom, NES
 
|firstgame = Magic Jewelry
 
|firstgame = Magic Jewelry

Revision as of 18:52, January 1, 2020

RCM Group
MagicJewelry2-RCMLogo
RCM logo
Origin Taipei, Taiwan
Years May 1989 - June 1992[1]
Consoles Famicom, NES
First Game Magic Jewelry
Last Game Tetris Family 9-in-1
Aliases RamCo Man International Co. Ltd., Rainco Man International Co. Ltd.[2]
Published games by Hwang Shinwei, Hwang Jiun-Ming
Related companies Jujing Electronics
RCM Group (RamCo Man International, Chinese name: 劍虹國際有限公司) was a Taiwanese publisher active between 1989 and 1992. It was likely set up by Hwang Shinwei to publish and distribute his games as well as multicarts, both locally in Taiwan and to the rest of the world.

Activities

Unlike the previous publisher Hwang Shinwei worked with, RCM was much more active internationally and set up export channels in countries like Canada, where the Golden Game cartridges were quite popular. In June 1991, several people were arrested related to criminal actions against a person named Tina Huang working for Rainco Man International Co. Ltd. RCM seem to have ended their international export business at that period. Their last cartridges, released in early 1992, were the Tetris Family Famicom multicarts, marketed almost solely in Taiwan.

Games published

Unconfirmed

Gallery

References

  1. https://aibee.com.tw/v/23305721/ Company registration information regarding RCM.
  2. According to a press statement issued by Nintendo, see the activities paragraph. Likely a typo.
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