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Compile Co., Ltd. (株式会社コンパイル Kabushiki-gaisha Konpairu?) was a Japanese video game developer, most notable for having developed the Puyo Puyo series, a franchise derived from the Madō Monogatari series. On November 6, 2003, the company suffered from bankruptcy. As a result, key staff moved to Compile Heart, the company's spiritual successor, whereas shoot-'em-up staff moved to MileStone. The Compile trademark is currently being used as a brand label by Compile Heart to promote merchandise and games based on Compile properties.[1]

Lists of GamesEdit

First-Party-Published GamesEdit

This section consists of games that were developed by Compile and published by Sega.[2][3][4][5][6][7]

Title Platform(s) Release date Notes
Borderline SG-1000 July 15, 1983 The game was originally developed by Sega for arcades in 1981.
N-Sub SG-1000 July 15, 1983 The game was originally developed by Sega for arcades in 1980.
Safari Hunting SG-1000 July 15, 1983 The game is a port of Tranquilizer Gun, an arcade game by Sega released in June 1980.
Hustle! Chumy SG-1000 1984 Originally published for the MSX by General.
Championship Lode Runner SG-1000 1985 This game was originally published by Brøderbund for the Apple II in 1983.
C-So! SG-1000 1985 Originally published for the MSX by Pony Canyon.
Gulkave SG-1000 1986 Originally published for the MSX by Pony Canyon.
Champion Billiards SG-1000 1986
Family Games Sega Mark III December 27, 1987 Released in North America and Europe for the Master System in 1988 as Parlour Games.
Ghostbusters Master System 1987 This game is based on the GhostBusters movies.
Aleste Sega Mark III February 29, 1988 Released in North America and Europe for the Master System as Power Strike.
Mao Golvellius Sega Mark III August 14, 1988 Originally published for the MSX by Compile. Released in North America and Europe for the Master System as Golvellius: Valley of Doom.
R-Type Sega Mark III October 1, 1988 This game was originally created by Irem for Arcades in July 1987.
Casino Games Master System 1989
Ghostbusters Mega Drive June 29, 1990 This game is based on the GhostBusters movies. It was released in North America on June 29, in Japan on June 30, and in Europe sometime in 1990.
Puyo Puyo Arcade October 1992
Mega Drive December 18, 1992 This version was remade and re-released in some other countries as Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine by Sega on November 26, 1993.
Game Gear March 19, 1993 This version was remade and re-released in some other countries as Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine by Sega in December 1993.
Nazo Puyo Game Gear July 23, 1993
The Laughing Salesman Mega CD September 17, 1993 This game is based on Fujiko Fujio A's The Laughing Salesman.
Power Strike II Master System September 1993
GG Aleste II Game Gear October 1, 1993 Released in Europe as Power Strike II.
Madou Monogatari I: The Three Magic Spheres Game Gear December 3, 1993 This game is a remake of the first part of Madou Monogatari 1-2-3.
Nazo Puyo 2 Game Gear December 10, 1993
Madou Monogatari II: 16-year-old Arle Game Gear May 20, 1994 This game is a remake of the second part of Madou Monogatari 1-2-3.
Nazo Puyo: Arle no Roux Game Gear July 29, 1994
Madou Monogatari III: The Ultimate Queen Game Gear December 30, 1994 This game is a remake of the third part of Madou Monogatari 1-2-3.
Puyo Puyo~n Dreamcast March 4, 1999

Third-Party GamesEdit

This section consists of third-party games for Sega systems. All titles are developed and published by Compile unless otherwise stated.

Title Platform(s) Release date Notes
Musha Aleste Mega Drive December 21, 1990 This game was first published in Japan by Toaplan, and later published in North America by Seismic in 1991 under the name M.U.S.H.A.
GG Aleste Game Gear December 29, 1991
Dennin Aleste Mega CD November 27, 1992 The game was published and released in North America by Tengen in 1993 as Robo Aleste.
Puyo Puyo Tsu Arcade September 1994
Mega Drive December 2, 1994
Game Gear December 16, 1994
Sega Saturn October 27, 1995 This version was co-developed by Bits Laboratory.
Madou Monogatari A: Dokidoki Vacation Game Gear November 24, 1995 This game is a remake of the first part of Madou Monogatari A-R-S.
Shadowrun Mega CD February 23, 1996
Madou Monogatari I Mega Drive March 22, 1996 This game is a remake of the first part of Madou Monogatari 1-2-3.
Puyo Puyo Sun Arcade December 1996
Sega Saturn February 14, 1997
DiscStation Bessatsu i miss you. Sega Saturn October 30, 1997
Waku Waku Puyo Puyo Dungeon Sega Saturn April 2, 1998
Madou Monogatari Sega Saturn July 23, 1998 This is the first console game to acknowledge Sega's ownership of the Puyo Puyo characters.
Puyo Puyo DA! Dreamcast December 16, 1999
Arcade December 26, 1999

Non-Sega System TitlesEdit

This section consists of titles that acknowledge Sega's ownership of Puyo Puyo despite not being on a Sega system. All titles are developed and published by Compile unless otherwise stated.

Ports
Title Platform(s) Release date Notes
Puyo Puyo Sun Game Boy Color November 27, 1998
Waku Waku Puyo Puyo Dungeon Ketteiban PlayStation March 8, 1999 An upgraded version of Waku Waku Puyo Puyo Dungeon.
Puyo Puyo Tsu WonderSwan March 11, 1999 This port was published by Bandai.
Neo Geo Pocket Color July 22, 1999 This port was published by SNK. It was also released in North America and Europe as Puyo Pop.
Puyo Puyo~n Nintendo 64 December 3, 1999
PlayStation December 16, 1999
Game Boy Color September 22, 2000
New Titles
Title Platform(s) Release date
Puyo Puyo Gaiden: Puyo Wars Game Boy Color August 27, 1999
Arle no Bouken: Mahou no Jewel Game Boy Color March 31, 2000
Puyo Puyo Box PlayStation December 21, 2000
Disc Station volumes

All of the Disc Station volumes were released by Compile for Windows PCs. Vol. 19 is the first volume to mention Sega owning Puyo Puyo.

Title Release date Content
Disc Station Vol. 19 July 6, 1998 Madou RUN
Disc Station Vol. 20 September 6, 1998 Comet Summoner Nazo Puyo Nazo Puyo Editor v.1.00
Disc Station Vol. 21 December 6, 1998 Nazo Puyo Nazo Puyo Editor v.1.01
Disc Station Vol. 22 March 6, 1999 Comet Summoner: Time Trial Version Nazo Puyo Editor v.1.02
Disc Station Vol. 23 June 6, 1999 Puyo Card Nazo Puyo Editor v.1.03
Disc Station Vol. 24 September 6, 1999 Nazo Puyo Editor v.1.04
Disc Station Vol. 25 December 6, 1999 Nazo Puyo Editor v.1.05
Disc Station Vol. 26 March 6, 2000 Nazo Puyo Editor v.1.06
Disc Station Vol. 27 June 6, 2000 Restaurant King Nazo Puyo Editor v.1.07

ReferencesEdit

  1. コンパイルハート. Retrieved on 10 September 2018.
  2. Sega's SG-1000 Games (Japanese)
  3. Sega's Mark III Games (Japanese)
  4. Sega's Master System Games (Japanese)
  5. Sega's Mega Drive Games (Japanese)
  6. Sega's Game Gear Games (Japanese)
  7. Sega's Dreamcast Games (Japanese)

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