Technōs Japan Corp.

Tokyo, Japan
Initially operating from a single-room apartment, Technōs was founded in 1981 by three staff members of Data East. Their first game was Minky Monkey, released in 1982. Many of Technōs Japan's earlier games were often published or distributed by other companies, particularly Data East (as was the case with Karate Champ) and Taito, as Technōs at the time did not have the economical resource to distribute their own games at first. By 1996, Technōs Japan declared bankruptcy and went out of business. The company's last few games were produced for the Neo Geo hardware, which includes a Double Dragon fighting game based on the movie, their second and last fighting game Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer and a Neo-Geo sequel to Super Dodge Ball.
Company's most popular games on
  1. Double Dragon II: The Revenge (1989) — Developer
  2. Double Dragon (1988) — Developer
  3. Double Dragon III: The Rosetta Stone (1992) — Developer