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Dragon Co.
Dragonco
Origin Xi'an, China
Consoles Famicom, Mega Drive, Neo-Geo
Sounds used Konami/Hidenori Maezawa (Super Contra), custom PCM sound driver (Mega Drive games)
Related companies Nice Code

Dragon Co. is a Chinese game company that developed and published games for the Famicom, Neo-Geo, and Sega Mega Drive. They seem to have been around from the late 1990s to around the mid-2000s. The release dates of most of their games are unknown, with the exception of Felix the Cat. Tomsoft (Tommy Xie/Xie Rong Chun) was previously employed as a programmer by Dragon and developed their Famicom SDK in 1996. Later Dragon Co. games were produced without Tomsoft.[1]

A number of ex-Dragon employees worked for Nice Code and took some resources from Dragon Co. with them, which they used to produce a number of games which are mostly graphics hacks of Dragon titles.

Games Edit

Famicom Edit

Name Released Description Cartridge No.
Felix the Cat 1998
Hong Lou Meng Published by Shenzen Nanjing Technology.
Luan Shi San Guo Published by Shenzen Nanjing Technology.
Panda Baby
The Lion King III: Timon & Pumbaa 1996-1997 (?)
The Lion King V: Timon & Pumbaa 1998 (?)
Tom & Jerry 3 1995-1996
Wait and See! (aka Nu, pogodi!) 1997

Neo-Geo Edit

Name Console Released Description Cartridge No.
The King of Fighters 2004: Special Edition

Mega Drive Edit

(Probably developed by Tomsoft after leaving Dragon Co.)

Name Console Released Description Cartridge No.
Command & Conquer (Beta) Mega Drive
Commandos Mega Drive
Death Caliber Mega Drive May 18, 2002
Deer Hunter
Iraq War 2003 Mega Drive 2003

Trivia Edit

  • Two of Shenzhen Nanjing's titles, The Hacker and Titanic 2005, are of the same/similar quality to Dragon Co. titles; ironically, The Hacker is a hack of Felix The Cat. These were likely produced by Nice Code.
  • There is another hack of Felix The Cat titled Super Hero that can be found on DreamGear Famiclones.
  • Tom & Jerry III has been hacked into Primitive, Primitive II, Primitive Man and Primitive Woman. Primitive and Primitive II were developed by Nice Code and published by Shenzen Nanjing Technology. These two versions contained the story also. Primitive Man and Primitive Woman are similar to the previous hacks, but these appeared on Power Joy multicarts.

References Edit

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