SoftEgg is the company of veteran game developer T. B. Trzepacz, whom has worked on over twenty game titles, including several multi-million selling franchises.
Originally founded in 1995 for the release of “Princess Maker 2”, SoftEgg later went on to provide contract programming assistance to many other companies on a wide variety of game titles for many platforms. In 2007, SoftEgg became an officially licensed Nintendo developer. In 2009, SoftEgg began working on original products to be distributed in the Nintendo DSiWare™ store. Rhythm Core Alpha is the first of those