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Dragon Spirit (ドラゴンスピリット) is a vertical scrolling shoot-'em-up originally released by Namco for Namco System 1 arcade hardware in 1987. A year later the company brought it to the PC Engine in Japan, and in 1989 it was released for the TurboGrafx-16 in North America.
Music Composer: Megaten Hosoe, Astron Ishii, Kawagen, Thunder Noguchi
Main programmer: Otenba Kid
Guest Programmer: Hal/Uda
Sound Programmer: Toshi Kobasan
Producer: Greatist Asayan
Special thanks to: Kyonta?, Kazuchan, Yohkun
＜＜＜ 1984 ＞＞＞: Glaxian, Pac-Man, Xevious, Mappy
＜＜＜ 1985 ＞＞＞: Galaga, Digdug, The Tower Of Druaga, Warpman, Battle City, Pac-Land, Burger Time, Star Luster
＜＜＜ 1986 ＞＞＞: Digdug2, Tag Team Prowrestling, Super Chinese, Babel, Valkyrie, Skykid, Super Xevious, Mappy-Land, Family Stadium, Metrocross
＜＜＜ 1987 ＞＞＞: Dragon Buster, Family Jockey, Sanma No Meitantei, Dragonslayer4, Family Boxing, Family Mahjong, Digital Devil Story, Side Pocket, Lupin The 3Rd, Devious, Karnov, Family Stadium'87, Family Tennis, Star Wars
＜＜＜ 1988 ＞＞＞: Family Circuit, Yokai Douchuki, Dokuganryu Masamune, World Stadium, Namco Classic, Yokai Douchuki, Galaga'88, The Quest Of Ki, Sangokushi, World Court, And Dragon Spirit