OverviewMicro Cabin (マイクロキャビン) is a Japanese software company. It was founded by Naoto Ōyachi on November 27, 1981 in Yokkaichi, Mie prefecture, initially as a shop selling computer equipment. A year later it was incorporated and began producing video games.
Primarily known as a developer of games for Japanese computers (PC-88, MSX, and others), the company later became better known to the Western audience thanks to its console games (such as Riglord Saga). Xak is usually considered Micro Cabin's flagship series; later the company distanced itself from the action RPG style and moved on to develop turn-based RPGs (of which Illusion City is thought to be the highest achievement), as well as publishing games developed by other companies.
Micro Cabin abandoned video game production and entered pachinko slot machine business in 2000. On May 9, 2008 it was acquired by AQ Interactive. In 2011 it became the daughter company of Fields Corporation, which specialized in pachinko machines.
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- MicroCabin (Company website)
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