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Dezaemon (also known from the box art as Dezaemon: Game Designer Yousei Soft, the sub-title loosely translates to "Game Designer Training Software") is a 2D vertical-scrolling shoot-'em-up construction kit developed by KID and published by Athena for the Famicom exclusively in Japan on September 13, 1991.

Players can design nearly everything neede for an arcade-style 8-bit shoot-'em-up, including graphics, music, enemy patterns, and level structure. It was released with an oversized cartridge, which also houses a complex S-RAM set-up for saving custom data.

It received numerous updated sequels throughout the 1990's, including the Super Famicom, Sony PlayStation, Sega Saturn, and Nintendo 64.

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