Game Arts Co., Ltd.

Overview

Game Arts is a Japanese video game software developer located in Tokyo. It was founded on March 2nd, 1985. The company has produced a number of games in several genres, beginning with the action game Thexder (1985) for personal computers. Its president is Yōichi Miyaji.

Their most popular video game franchises are the role-playing series Lunar and Grandia.

Early games developed by the company were usually published in Western countries by Sierra. Working Designs is responsible for translating many of their role-playing games and releasing them in the West.

Games

Grandia II: Anniversary Edition(2015)
SILPHEED Alternative AM(2011)
Grandia Online(2009)
Super Smash Bros. Brawl(2008)
Project Sylpheed: Arc of Deception(2006)
Grandia III(2005)
Gungriffon: Allied Strike(2004)
Bomberman Generation(2002)
Grandia Xtreme(2002)
Grandia: Parallel Trippers(2000)
Silpheed: The Lost Planet(2000)
Gungriffon Blaze(2000)
Grandia II(2000)
Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete(1998)
Gungriffon II(1998)
Grandia(1997)
Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete(1996)
Lunar: Sanpo-suru Gakuen(1996)
Gungriffon(1996)
Lunar: Eternal Blue(1994)
Urusei Yatsura: Dear My Friends(1994)
Wing Commander(1994)
SimEarth: The Living Planet(1993)
J.League Champion Soccer(1993)
Yumimi Mix(1993)
Silpheed(1993)
Rise of the Dragon(1992)
Lunar: The Silver Star(1992)
Alisia Dragoon(1992)
Gambler Jiko Chūshinha: Mahjong Puzzle Collection(1992)
Gambler Jiko Chūshinha: Katayama Masayuki no Mahjong Dōjō(1990)
Janō Tōryūmon(1989)
Gambler Jiko Chūshinha(1989)
Faria: A World of Mystery & Danger!(1989)
Fire Hawk: Thexder - The Second Contact(1989)
Veigues: Tactical Gladiator(1988)
Solitaire Royale(1988)
Disk Station #0(1988)
Zeliard(1987)
Silpheed(1986)
Thexder(1985)

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