Action Designer: Ultraman Tiga is based on Flying Colors, an educational digital paint tool developed by Edward de Jong at Magic Mouse, with artist Mark Ferrari. It uses color cycling animation within a 256-color palette to create the illusion of motion.
Action Designer: Ultraman Tiga was released solely in Japan by Bandai Digital Entertainment in 1997. It is one of the only Pippin hybrid discs to also support both Macintosh and Windows. An English version was never released due to licensing issues. Magic Mouse also developed similar titles, such as Anime Designer: Dragon Ball Z for Pippin and Macintosh, and Tamagotchi Sketch for Windows and Macintosh.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Projects: Flying Colors / Animation Designer DragonBall Z / Ultraman, Edward de Jong.
- ↑ Like Building a Skyscraper on a Cardboard Box - Conversation with Edward de Jong, Sasha Portis.
- ↑ Let’s Play Apple Pippin : Action Designer: Ultraman Tiga (French) by Pierre Dandumont, Le Journal du Lapin. 2018-07-29.
- ↑ Pippin: 2, 4 ou 8 Mo de plus? (French) by Pierre Dandumont, Journal du Lapin. 2019-02-10.
- ↑ Pippin software, Bandai Digital Entertainment, Japan. Archived 1997-06-27.
- Japanese Software - Products developed for the Japanese market at Magic Mouse Productions
- ＰＣソフト: ピピン by Musiba at Yahoo! Geocities (Japanese)
- アクションデザイナー ウルトラマンティガ by POJYU さんのチャンネル at YouTube (Japanese, 2011-11-09)