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Pony Canyon, Inc.

Moby ID: 2766

  • Ponyca - Informal name.
  • Pony, Inc. (from 1970 to 1987-10-21)

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Pony Canyon is a subsidiary of Nippon Broadcasting System and was established on October 1, 1966 as record label under the name of Nippon Broadcasting System and renamed to Pony Inc. in 1970. On 21st October, 1987 it merged with the record company Canyon to form Pony Canyon. Pony started to publish computer games software in 1982 and published game titles for many computer platforms and consoles.

Credited on 118 Games from 1982 to 2019

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The Caligula Effect: Overdose (2018 on Windows, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch...)
Block Wars (2001 on PlayStation)
The Shutokō Racing (1998 on Game Boy Color)
Freestyle Boardin' '99 (1997 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn)
Zap! Snowboarding Trix (1997 on SEGA Saturn)
Tonzura-kun (1996 on PlayStation)
Night Head: The Labyrinth (1995 on PlayStation)
F1GP (1995 on 3DO)
Ultima: Kyōryū Teikoku (1995 on SNES)
Ultima: The Black Gate (1994 on SNES)
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure (1994 on Windows, Game Boy Advance, SNES...)
Ultima: Runes of Virtue II (1993 on Game Boy, SNES)
Jungle Wars 2: Kodai Mahō Atimos no Nazo (1993 on SNES)
DragonStrike (1992 on NES)
Alone in the Dark (1992 on DOS, 3DO, Macintosh...)
Golgo 13 (1992 on CD-i)
Ultima: Runes of Virtue (1991 on Game Boy)
Jungle Wars (1991 on Game Boy)
Death Knights of Krynn (1991 on DOS, Amiga, Commodore 64...)
Eye of the Beholder (1991 on DOS, SNES, Amiga...)

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Pony and Canyon merge, resulting in the current company name.


The Ponica label is established as a games publisher.


Company changes its name to Pony.


Canyon Records is started.

October 1, 1966

The company was incorporated under the name Nippon Broadcasting Service as a music label.

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