Tunin'Glue is a CD-ROM-based music title for the Pippin Atmark console in which the player mixes and mashes various audio clips.[1]


Tunin'Glue was developed for Pippin and Macintosh by Nana On-Sha. It was released only in Japan by Bandai Digital Entertainment on June 7, 1996.[1][2][3]


Tunin'Glue (Pippin)

Tunin'Glue (Pippin)

Gameplay demonstration

As a Pippin title, Tunin'Glue is a scarce collectible. However, it has the added distinction of being the very first title from Nana On-Sha, the developer that went on to achieve widespread recognition for its next title, PaRappa the Rapper for Playstation consoles. Producer Masaya Matsuura would begin a longtime collaboration with artist Rodney Greenblat, the designer of Dazzeloids, another Pippin title.[1][4]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Chris Kohler, Power-Up: How Japanese Video Games Gave the World an Extra Life, p.144. 2016.
  2. Pippin software, Bandai Digital Entertainment, Japan. Archived 1997-06-27.
  3. Tunin'Glue (Japanese), Third Stage. Archived 2000-03-05.
  4. Austin Clark, Retro Weekend: PaRappa the Rapper and Nanaon-Sha’s PlayStation Legacy, Invisible Gamer. 2015-04-18.

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