Amusement Electronics (アミューズメントエレクトロニクス Amyūzumento Erekutoronikusu ) was a company created as a sub-division of Forcefield in 1980 as a way to create electro-mechanical arcade games. The company later became it's own separate corporate entity in 1984 after disputes between publishing rights by Forcefield.
The company was short-lived, as it dissolved in 1998 and its assets were purchased back by Forcefield Entertainment in 2000, with Forcefield now handling electro-mechanical and redemption arcade games manually. All of Amusement Electronics' properties were later sold back to Forcefield later that same year.
On July 18, 2010, Forcefield Entertainment created F-Amusements, and announced that "F-Amusements will continue what Amusement Electronics started; to help consumers and to take entertainment to the next level".
|Forcefield Entertainment Ltd.|
|Franchises||Activator • Alpha Cresta • Battlestar Baseball • Bitter Chocolate • Boku Detective Club • Color Miki • Command Line • Counter Attack • Danger Castle • Densha Pilot • Derby Racing • Exelrate • Flyball • Forcefield Waku Waku • Formula-R • Front Attack • Galaxy Shot • Happy Love • Hyper Combat • Hyper Motocross • Lucky-7 • Mr. Robo • Pulse • Puzzle Club • Quiz Island • Sky Attacker • Space Gunman • StarCore (Fantastic Journey) • Soldier Force • Super Block Breaker • Tsujin Paradise • UFO-Kun • Ultra Torque • Wrigley • X-Force|
|Video game development||Forcefield Entertainment • Forcefield Entertainment America|
|Development teams||Forcefield R&D1 • Project Trident • Project Wrigley • Team Miki|
|Other developement||F-Amusements • Forcefield Communications|
|Defunct||Amusement Electronics • Forcefield Fever Park • Oiatchi Ltd. • Tori Corporation|