SKOB
SKOB dragon logo.png
Logo.
Origin Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Years mid 90's-early 2000's (?)
Consoles Mega Drive, Game Boy Color
Aliases Shuangchuan Trade Corporation
Related companies Guangzhou Mega-Dragon, Chuanpu, Gamtec, Sintax

SKOB, aka Shuangchuan Trade Corporation (上川貿易有限公司), is a Taiwanese publisher of Sega Mega Drive and Game Boy games. SKOB published both original games and (on the Mega Drive) unofficial Chinese translations of Japanese games.

SKOB appears to be connected to a Chinese company called "Super Huge Dragon" aka "Guangzhou Mega-Dragon Electronic (Software) Trade Center" which has an identical dragon logo to the one sometimes used by SKOB, and appears to have released at least four SKOB games in China.

Some of its Game Boy Color games appear to have been developed by a team connected to BBD/Sintax while others were made by an unknown developer, possibly in-house.

Published games[edit | edit source]

Mega Drive[edit | edit source]

Game Boy[edit | edit source]

Game Boy Color

  • Digimon D-3 - A platform game using a BBD/Sintax engine
  • Digimon D-4 - An RPG with a button mashing-based battle engine.
  • Digimon D-5 - Based on Digimon Battle Spirit for the Wonderswan Color and Game Boy Advance. There is an alternate version called Pokemon Sapphire (口袋妖怪蓝宝石).
  • Digimon D-6 - An RPG based on Digimon Adventure 02: D-1 Tamers for the Wonderswan Color.
  • Final Fantasy X: Fantasy War
  • Fire Emblem Gaiden (aka Super SLG)
    • Sheng Huo Jiang Mo Lu - Guang Yu An De Lun Hui (Fire Emblem: The Reincarnation of Light and Dark) - may be the same as the above [1]
  • Guai Shou Zong Dong Yuan (怪獸總動員) - A Pokemon based board game. [2]
  • Guai Shou Zong Dong Yuan Plus
  • King of Fighters R2 (contains text referencing a Gamtec tool) - Also called Ge dou zhi zun 2003.

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