Arika Co., Ltd.

Moby ID: 1995

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Developer based in Shinagawa, Tokyo. Active in both arcade and home areas, usually working through or for publishers Namco or Capcom. The majority of Arika's games may sorted into one of these categories:

Credited on 52 Games from 1996 to 2022

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Chocobo GP (2022 on Nintendo Switch)
Pac-Man 99 (2021 on Nintendo Switch)
Super Mario Bros. 35 (2020 on Nintendo Switch)
Fighting EX Layer -α (2019 on iPhone, Android, iPad)
Tetris 99 (2019 on Nintendo Switch)
Fighting EX Layer (2018 on Windows, PlayStation 4, Arcade)
Fighting EX Layer (Light Version) (2018 on PlayStation 4)
Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure (2015 on Nintendo 3DS)
Pitapat-Beat (2014 on iPhone, iPad)
Dr. Luigi (2013 on Wii U)
Teddy Together (2013 on Nintendo 3DS)
Tekken 3D Prime Edition (2012 on Nintendo 3DS)
Bust-A-Move Universe (2011 on Nintendo 3DS)
Metal Torrent (2010 on Nintendo DSi)
Jewelry Master Twinkle Light (2010 on Xbox 360)
Jewelry Master Twinkle (2009 on Xbox 360)
Endless Ocean: Blue World (2009 on Wii)
Dr. Mario Express (2009 on Nintendo DSi)
Ketsui Death Label: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi (2008 on Nintendo DS)
Dr. Mario Online Rx (2008 on Wii)

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History +

December 1996

Arika's first game, Street Fighter EX is released under the Capcom brand in the arcades. Throughout the nineties, most of Arika's work is done on arcade games for Capcom and Namco.

March 1996

Company changes its name to Arika Co., Ltd.

November 1st, 1995

Company is established.

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