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Sachen es una compañía desarrolladora de videojuegos taiwanesa, tambien conocida como Thin Chen Enterprise, Commin (solo en portátiles) o Joy Van (entre 1989 y 1990 en sus primeros videojuegos). Fue fundada en 1989 a fin de poder desarrollar videojuegos para Famicom, aunque sin licencia. Tambien desarrolló para Mega Drive y Game Boy.

En construcción...

Lista de juegos desarrollados o publicados: 

Series TC

TC-001 Jovial Race (clon de Rally-X basado en el cancelado BB Car)
TC-002 Hidden Chinese Chess
TC-003 Sidewinder
TC-004 Little Red Hood
TC-005 Silent Assault, aka Raid (derivado del Contra (Konami) y publicado en EE.UU. por Color Dreams; Brasil por Milmar, y Australia por Home Entertainment Suppliers)
TC-006 Twin Eagle (released in the US as Double Strike: Aerial Attack Force by American Video Entertainment)
TC-007 Master Chu and the Drunkard Hu (a platformer released in the U.S. by Color Dreams and Brazil by Milmar.)
TC-008 Metal Fighter, aka Joyvan Kid (released in the US by Color Dreams , Australia by Home Entertainment Suppliers, though only on the Funblaster Pak multi, and in Japan by Kinema Music)
TC-009 Galactic Crusader, aka Incantation or Papillon Gals (released in the US by Color Dreams ; the Papillon Gals, sometimes misspelled as Padillon Gais, release adds nudity and was released in Japan by Kinema Music and Asia by Sachen themselves.)
TC-010 Mahjong Trap (Last game released under the Joy Van name; contains nudity. Alternate version released in Japan by Hacker International as Shisen Mahjong: Seifuku Hen features a different title and nude images.)
TC-011 Challenge of the Dragon, aka Chinese Kungfu (similar to Double Dragon and unrelated to the Color Dreams game of the same name; credits show the Joy Van logo indicating that this was started before the Joy Van/Sachen merge. Chinese Kungfu version features a basic jump move instead of a jump kick.)
TC-012 The World of Card Games, aka Poker I (4-in-1: Omnibus Hearts, Fan Tan, Chinese Rummy, The Clock)
TC-013 Poker II (4-in-1: Max 2 (Big 2), Ghost Buster (possibly Sets), 99, Change Around (Hearts))
TC-014 Strategist
TC-015 Olympic I.Q.
TC-016 Happy Pairs (Mahjong solitaire)
TC-017 Auto-Upturn (puzzle game, contains nudity in later levels)
TC-018 Magic Cube (puzzle game)
TC-019 Chinese Checkers
TC-020 Poker III (5-in-1: King of Casino, King Poker, Poker, Blackjack, The 13 Cards)
TC-021 Super Pang (port of the arcade Pang)
TC-022 Super Pang II (port of the arcade Super Pang)
TC-023 Popo Team (Gameplay based off the old computer game Oil's Well .)
TC-024 Rockball (gameplay is strikingly similar to the Turbografx-16 game Chew Man Fu )
TC-025 Silver Eagle
TC-026 Q Boy (platformer; a prototype screenshot in the back of certain Sachen game manuals shows the game being named Puff Kid at one point and containing an "Options" menu)
TC-027 Street Heroes, aka Samurai Spirits (one of only three NES fighting games to use voice samples, the others being Street Fighter IV and Fighting Hero III)
TC-028 Jurassic Boy (Sonic clone. The NES manual mentions abilities from the original Sonic games that this game lacks, such as rolling along the ground and spin dash, and the game itself contains numerous unused sprites, suggesting these features were planned. Says Jurassic Boy 2 on title screen.)
TC-029 Gaiapolis (arcade port)
TC-030 Rocman X, aka Thunder Blaster Man
TC-031 (May not exist?)
TC-032 Zhong Guo Da Heng, aka Millionaire II and Chuugoku Taitei

Series SA

Muchos de estos videojuegos fueron programados por Li-Cheang Tchacvosky.

SA-001 Taiwan 16 Mahjong
SA-002 The Penguin and Seal (released in Australia by Home Entertainment Suppliers as Arctic Adventure.  The early Famicom version, Dong Dong Nao 1, features a much simpler music than the better-known NES versions, sounding much like Taiwan 16 Mahjong's audio. The more common version got a Famicom release afterwards.)
SA-003 Middle School English (AKA Dong Dong Nao 2)
SA-004 Lucky 777
SA-005 Colorful Dragon (maze game; released in the US by Color Dreams as Tagin' Dragon)
SA-006 Honey Peach (strip rock-paper-scissors game.)
SA-007 Bingo 75 (slot-machine simulator with nudity)
SA-008 The Mahjong World (released in Japan as Mahjong Summit Kabukicho Hen by Hacker .)
SA-009 Pyramid (puzzle game; released in the US by AVE and in Japan by Hacker International with added nudity. The Hacker version was also re-released by Sachen.)
SA-010 Pyramid II
SA-011 Pipe V (released in Australia by HES as Pipemania)
SA-012 Millionaire (a basic Monopoly clone.)
SA-013 Dancing Blocks
SA-014 Magical Mathematics, aka Magic Mathematic
SA-015 Chess Academy (Plays like a five-tile Mahjong game using Chinese Chess pieces.) The Cart has a Dip-Switch which switches the copyright to Sachen & Hacker International.
SA-016 Hell Fighter
SA-017 Locksmith (a mix of action and puzzle)
SA-018 Poker Mahjong (Mahjong game using playing cards instead of Mahjong tiles.)
SA-019 The Great Wall
SA-020 Tasac (a basic vertical space shooter)
SA-021 Final Combat
SA-022 Huge Insect (Galaga-style game with a wildlife theme, produced in 1993 but released in the early 2000s)
SA-023 Cosmocop (2 in 1: Cosmocop and Cyber Monster; cartridge says "Light Gun Game", red-grey label)
SA-024 Tough Cop (2-in-1: Tough Cop and Super Tough Cop; cartridge says "Light Gun Game", green label)
SA-025 Taiwan Mahjong II, aka Bonus Tiles Mahjong
SA-026 Mahjong Academy, aka Mahjong School (uses the name and title screen of the arcade game Mahjong Gakuen by Capcom {under the pseudonym "Yuga"},[1] but nothing else is taken from that game)
SA-027 Mahjong Companion, aka Mahjong Partner (also released by Hacker , which has an extra mode)


Mei Shao Nu Meng Gong Chang (美少女梦工厂, literally "Pretty Young Lady Dream-making Factory") (Chinese-language port of Princess Maker)


Super Cartridge Version 1: 4-in-1 (Bingo 75, Lucky 777, Honey Peach, Chess Academy)
Super Cartridge Version 2: 10-in-1 (Hidden Chinese Chess, Omnibus Hearts, Fan Tan, Chinese Rummy, Max 2, Ghost Buster, 99, Change Around, Fortune Telling (Chinese), Fortune Telling (English); all games appear on The World of Card Games or Poker II except both versions of Fortune Telling, which are unique to this cart)
Super Cartridge Version 3: 8-in-1 (Jovial Race, Little Red Hood, Twin Eagle, Silent Assault, Super Pang, Mine Sweeper, Mine Sweeper II, Mine Sweeper III; the three versions of Mine Sweeper were only released on this cartridge)
Super Cartridge Version 4: 6-in-1 (Master Chu, Metal Fighter, Galactic Crusader, Auto-Upturn, Magic Cube, Super Pang II)
Super Cartridge Version 5: 7-in-1 (Penguin and Seal, Middle School English, Pyramid, Magical Mathematics, Strategist {which itself contains Poker Racing and The Battle of Poker}, Olympic I.Q., Chinese Checkers)
Super Cartridge Version 6: 6-in-1 (Colorful Dragon, Pyramid II, Pipe V, Millionaire, Dancing Blocks, Locksmith)
Super Cartridge Version 7: 4-in-1 (Sidewinder, Happy Pairs, Tasac, Silver Eagle)
Super Cartridge Version 8: 4-in-1 (Final Combat, Worm Visitor, Frog Adventure, Magical Tower; all except Final Combat were ported from the Game Boy exclusively for this cartridge)
Super Cartridge Version 9: 3-in-1 (Challenge of the Dragon, Rockball, Popo Team)


Bridge (curiosamente numerado como TC-024 y en formato 60 pines).