Computer & Entertainment Inc
C&E later logo.
Origin Taipei, Taiwan
Years 1990-Present Stopped game development in 1998
Consoles Famicom, Mega Drive, PC, Super A'can, Sega Saturn, PlayStation, PC Engine(?), CDi(?), Cai System
First Game Zhan Guo Si Chuan Sheng
Aliases SunTechTV (brand)
Related companies Hummer Team, Idea-Tek
(Computer & Entertainment Inc, 全崴資訊) is a Taiwanese company formerly involved in the development of games for the PC and various game consoles. C&E has since left the games industry and was last known to be involved in the development of DVD player technologies.
Several members of C&E are known to have subsequently worked for
Hummer Team, including the programmer Silvers Lin and graphic artist Kathy Chen.
A sport title featuring 10 olympic disciplines.
Feng Shen Bang Famicom
Chinese RPG based on a historical book
(aka Magic Bubble Soap Panic, Bubble Bath Babes & Mermaids of Atlantis)
Puzzle game inspired by both Tetris and Columns.
Sheng Huo Lie Zhuan Famicom
The first commercial Chinese RPG ever made.
(aka Tiles of Fate Zhanguo Sichuan Sheng & Idol Shisen Mahjong)
Reconquer the great empire of Chin by clearing 21 puzzles. A game based on Shisen-sho, a mahjong solitaire game
(aka Ultimate League Soccer AV Soccer & Futebol)
Soccer clone, featuring nudity in the Japanese release. Not released by C&E themselves.
American Crisis Famicom
Never released, a prototype exists.
Unknown origin, found in a generically labelled C&E cart. Cannot be controlled with a standard Famicom, so may be a demo or intended to be used with some unknown piece of hardware.
Advertised on the back sticker of Magic Bubble.
Advertised in the background of Decathlon along with some released C&E games.
Mega Drive Edit
Published by SoftBank in Japan. C&E's only licensed title for a Japanese console.
Super China Baseball League
Another logo used in the early 90's.
C&E also appears to have been involved in the manufacture or distribution of copiers, as it was sued in 1996 by Nintendo of America for marketing these devices.
 Strip Fighter II for the PC Engine by Hacker International was based on C&E's Super Fighter code.
Bao Tian San Guo for the Mega Drive uses the same sound engine as C&E's titles but appears otherwise unconnected.
C&E worked with Philips on unknown CD-i game(s).