Veteran game maker Treasure turns 30 years old and announces that it is currently developing the much-anticipated “that” game

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Treasure, a Japanese game developer who has produced and launched popular classic games such as “Galaxy Quick Gunner”, “Shining Silver Gun”, “Guardian Biography”, announced on Twitter on June 19 that it has been established for 30 years, and announced that it is currently We will do our best to develop the “that” work that everyone is looking forward to.

Treasure is a game development company established on June 19, 1992 by Masato Maekawa, a game developer who used to work at KONAMI. He was involved in the development of games such as Castlevania and Contra. The planning proposal of “Galactic Shooter” was not taken seriously by the company, and he and his team left KONAMI to set up Treasure to continue the development of “Galactic Shooter”, which was finally successfully launched in 1993 and was well received.

In recent years, the size of the Treasure team has been reduced, and the main sales force is the transplanted version of the previous work. The last completely new work is the “Spiritual Warrior God Chapter” released by CAPCOM in September 2014. Recently, the classic shooting game “Tortoise” was ported to the Steam platform in May this year.

Now Treasure announced on the company’s 30th anniversary that it is currently in full development in order to release the “that” work that everyone is looking forward to, and I hope players will continue to support it in the future. At present, the official has not given any specific hints, which work is still to be announced later.

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