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Culture Brain Excel Inc.

Also Known As +

  • Nihon Game Original company name (from 1980 to 1987)
  • Culture Brain Inc.
  • Micro Academy Development brand through the 1980s (from 1980 to 1987)

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Japanese console game development studio which began in 1980.

25 Games Released (1984 - 2021)

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16-Bit Collection: Culture Brain Vol. 1 (2017 on SNES)
16-Bit Collection: Culture Brain Vol. 2 (2017 on SNES)
16-Bit Collection: Culture Brain Vol. 3 (2017 on SNES)
8-Bit Collection: Culture Brain Vol. 1 (2017 on NES)
Flying Dragon (1997 on Nintendo 64)
Super Chinese World 3 (1995 on SNES)
Osu!! Karate Bu (1994 on SNES)
First Queen: Ornic Senki (1994 on SNES)
Super Chinese World 2: Uchū Ichibuto Daikai (1993 on SNES)
Ultimate Fighter (1992 on SNES)
Hiryū No Ken S: Golden Fighter (1992 on SNES)
Super Ninja Boy (1991 on SNES, Wii U)
Ninja Boy 2 (1991 on Game Boy)
Super Baseball Simulator 1.000 (1991 on SNES, Nintendo Switch, Windows)
Super Chinese 3 (1991 on NES)
Flying Warriors (1991 on NES, Wii U)
Fighting Simulator: 2-in-1 Flying Warriors (1990 on Game Boy)
Hiryū no Ken III: Go-nin no Dragon (1990 on NES)
Ninja Boy (1990 on Game Boy)
Baseball Simulator 1.000 (1989 on NES, Wii U)

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History +

October 5th, 1980

Culture Brain founded

Trivia +

Culture Brain's name actually came from Culture Brain USA, the North American publishing wing of the company, which was named "Culture Brain" first.

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