Spotlight: Get up to 90% off at GOG's big fall sale on over 700 DRM-free games!

Compile

Overview

Compile was a video game company based in Tokyo, Japan. It was founded on April 7th, 1982, by Masamitsu Niitani, initially under the name Programmers-3. The company was most famous for creating the Puyo-Puyo, Madō Monogatari, and Aleste series. Compile was disbanded in 2003, and the rights to its franchises were transferred to Aiky.


Contributed by אולג 小奥 (171284) on May 18, 2012.