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|Pokémon Red and Blue||Game Boy||1998-09-28||US versions programmer|
|Pokémon Yellow||Game Boy||1998-09-12||US versions programmer|
|Pokémon Gold and Silver||Game Boy||1999-11-21||US & European versions programmer, Korean versions coordinator|
|Pokémon Crystal||Game Boy Color||2000-12-14||US & European versions programmer|
|Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire||Game Boy Advance||2002-11-21||Programmer|
|Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen||Game Boy Advance||2004-01-29||Special Thanks, Programmer, Environment and Tool Programmer|
|Pokémon Emerald||Game Boy Advance||2004-09-16||Special Thanks|
|Pokémon Diamond and Pearl||Nintendo DS||2006-09-28||Special Thanks, Localization|
|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver||Nintendo DS||2009-09-12||Localization|
|Pokémon Black and White||Nintendo DS||2010-09-18||Localization, Special Thanks|
|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2||Nintendo DS||2012-06-23||Localization, Special Thanks|
|Pokémon X and Y||Nintendo 3DS||2013-10-12||Special Thanks|
- It is believed that the filler for the internal item list in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal known as Teru-sama in the Western versions got the name from Teruki Murakawa. This is supported by the fact that Teru appears to be a shortened form of Teruki, while -sama is a respectful Japanese honorific. Furthermore, Teru-sama has a completely different name in the Japanese versions, in which Teruki is not listed as part of the staff.
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