Super Fighter Team

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Super Fighter Team
IndustryVideo games
Founded2004
FounderBrandon Cobb
Headquarters

Super Fighter Team is a video game production and publishing company whose primary focus is on producing and publishing new video games for classic systems such as the Sega Genesis and Atari Lynx, among others. The company was founded in 2004 by salesman and entrepreneur Brandon Cobb and is based in San Diego, California. [1]

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Super Fighter Team takes their name from a little-known brawler from the early 1990s, C&E Inc.'s Super Fighter, which was the first title acquired by the company. The company has since acquired the rights to produce and publish various other titles that were well-known in other regions, but relatively unknown to the Western world. [2]

Games Published

GameYearSystem
Beggar Prince 2006 Mega Drive/Genesis
Cascade 2015 Mega Drive/Genesis
Commander Keen in Keen Dreams 2013 Android
Legend of Wukong 2008 Mega Drive/Genesis
Magic Girl 2015 Mega Drive/Genesis
Nightmare Busters 2013 Super NES
RPG Trifecta Pack 2013 Windows, OS X
Sango Fighter 2009 Windows, DOS
Sango Fighter 2 2013 Windows, DOS
Star Odyssey 2011 Mega Drive/Genesis
Super Fighter 2005 Windows, DOS
Super Fighter Special Edition 2013 Windows
Super Fighter Block Battle 2008 S60 Platform
Tough Guy: Fighting Titans 2019 Windows
Zaku 2009 Atari Lynx

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