Japanese publishing company that was founded in 1987, and produced games exclusively on the Japanese market.
Acquire will continue to take on the challenge of establishing a solid brand by constantly pursuing fun and creating new software services, and playing a part in the development of the entertainment industry.
AlfaSystem Co.,Ltd. is a development and planning company from Kumamoto City, Japan. The company has been around since 1988.
Anchor, Inc. is a Tokyo based game development and CG production studio. The company was founded 1996 by Masahiro Onoguchi and his brother Kouichi Onoguchi, and has focused primarily on wrestling and fighting games.
A game manufacturing company that specializes in the development of adult and other entertainment software. Their adult games are marketed under the brand name "Leaf", while the brand "Aquaplus" is employed for products intended for the general public.
Artdink is a Japanese developer known for its quirky, strange, unique, and innovative games.
A Japanese video game developer. Founded in 1985, Asmik largely focused on the growing console market, especially the NES/Famicom. In 1997 they merged with Ace Entertainment, a movie company, to form Asmik Ace Entertainment.
Japanese independent studio known for developing the Freakyforms series for Nintendo and their original Dragon Poker mobile titles.
A Japanese developer of arcade machines. Was merged into Bandai Namco Games on April 1, 2008. Popular in Japan, they have much less exposure in the United States.
Camelot is a second party developer of Nintendo, mostly famous for their work on the Shining Force and Mario Sports titles.
Capcom began in Japan in 1979 as a manufacturer and distributor of electronic game machines.
Collavier Corporation is a Japanese company specializing in the development of DSI and iOS games and apps.
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