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1986 - 2006 2006 - present
1986 - 2006 2006 - present

Touhou Project (東方プロジェクト Tōhō Purojekuto?) is a series of danmaku shooters by the Team Shanghai Alice branch at Drillimation Studios.

Entire Franchise

1986 - 2006

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This logo was not first seen until the arcade version of Touhou 6: The Embodiment of Scarlet Devil. Even after the current logo replaced the old one in 2006, this logo was still used on the packaging for official merchandise until 2011.

2006 - present

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Others

Driller Engine 1 Era (1986 - 1988)

Touhou began its life at Amusement Software in 1985 by ZUN, who was 19 at that time. Using the Driller Engine 1 arcade boards, Touhou Reiiden was created. Amusement Software staff originally contacted Taito for distribution but rejected the offer because Taito staff thought the game would be a rip-off of Arkanoid and KiKi KaiKai (known as Pocky and Rocky outside of Japan). Drillimation offered to publish it, and the game would end up becoming one of Drillimation's most popular titles. Nintendo won a jump ball with Drillimation, with Nintendo getting the distribution rights for the series to publish it internationally. Nintendo was also the first company to release the Touhou series in arcades under Nintendo's VS. System.

Touhou Reiiden: The Highly Responsive to Prayers (1986)

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Touhou 2: The Story of Eastern Wonderland (1987)

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Touhou 3: The Phantasmagoria of Dimensional Dreams (1987)

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Touhou 4: Lotus Land Story (1988)

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Touhou 5: Mystic Square (1988)

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Driller Engine 2 Era (1992 - 1995)

In 1988, shortly after the release of Touhou 5: Mystic Square, Amusement Software was shut down due to poor sales management and bankruptcy. After Amusement Software went out of business, Drillimation Studios acquired all of their assets. Nintendo's distribution rights for the Touhou franchise expired in 1990, and all rights of the series were turned over to Namco.

Touhou 6: The Embodiment of Scarlet Devil (1992)

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Touhou 7: Perfect Cherry Blossom (1993)

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Touhou 8: Imperishable Night (1994)

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Touhou 9: The Phantasmagoria of Flower View (1995)

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Driller Engine 3 Era (1997 - 1999)

Touhou 10: Mountain of Faith (1997)

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Touhou 11: Subterranean Animism (1998)

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Touhou 12: Undefined Fantastic Object (1999)

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Driller Engine 4/5 Era (2001 - 2005)

Touhou 13: Ten Desires (2001)

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Touhou 14: Double Dealing Character (2003)

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Touhou 15: Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom (2005)

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Driller Engine Ultimate Era (2007 - 20??)

Touhou 16: Hidden Star in Four Seasons (2007)

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Touhou 17: Wily Beast and Weakest Creature (2009)

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Anime

Angry German Kid | Space Ninja Team Star Trigon | Magical Girl Team Lucky Star | Mr. Driller | Angry Video Game Nerd | Crystal Island


Video games
Driller Engine Grand Prix | HotShots Party | Super Smash Keyboards | Touhou Project (Others)


Services
Driller Engine


Development teams
Edret Games | Seymour Games | Team Shanghai Alice | XTek
Defunct/Dissolved
Amusement Software | Storer Enterprises


Websites
Dream Logos Wiki | Dream Fiction Wiki | Drillimation Online


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