SIMS Co., Ltd.

Moby ID: 3403

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SIMS was founded on June 12, 1991 as a collaboration between Sega and Sanritsu, who had previously acted as a subcontractor for Sega, mainly in the arcade market. The last game to be developed under the Sanritsu label was Fantasy Zone Gear for Sega's Game Gear. Upon the foundation of SIMS, 50 of Sanritsu's staff were transferred to the new company, which programmed and ported games for most of Sega's platforms in the nineties. At the same time, Sega took over the entire ownership of the company. However, on June 25, 2004 the president of SIMS, Noboru Machida, took back all the stocks and the company regained its independence.

Credited on 106 Games from 1990 to 2019

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Dungeon Shooting (2019 on Nintendo Switch)
Collide-a-Ball 2 (2019 on Nintendo Switch)
Battle & Crash (2019 on Nintendo Switch)
Caterpillar Royale (2019 on Nintendo Switch, Windows)
Ping Pong Trick Shot: Evolution (2019 on Windows, Nintendo Switch)
Animal Hunter Z (2018 on Nintendo Switch)
Legendary Fishing (2018 on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, New Nintendo 3DS)
Bingo for Nintendo Switch (2018 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Windows)
Super Ping Pong Trick Shot (2017 on Nintendo Switch)
Stack 'em High (2017 on New Nintendo 3DS)
Ping Pong Trick Shot 2 (2017 on Nintendo 3DS)
Bingo Collection (2017 on Nintendo 3DS)
Dangerous Road (2016 on Nintendo 3DS)
Collide-a-Ball (2016 on Nintendo 3DS)
Ping Pong Trick Shot (2014 on Android, Nintendo 3DS)
Beyblade: Evolution (2013 on Nintendo 3DS)
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel (2013 on Windows, PlayStation 3, PS Vita...)
Fish On 3D (2013 on Nintendo 3DS)
Let's Fish! Hooked On (2013 on PS Vita)
Derby Dogs (2010 on Wii)

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June 12th, 1991

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