Nihon Bussan Co., Ltd.

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  • Nichibutsu

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Nihon Bussan (Nichibutsu) was established in 1970 and started making video games in 1978. They released games in various genres, becoming particularly productive in the 1980's. They are mostly known for their action and (strip) mahjong games. The company's headquarters is in Osaka, Japan.

Credited on 68 Games from 1979 to 2005

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Oretachi Game Center Zoku: Terra Cresta (2005 on PlayStation 2)
Oretachi Game Center Zoku: Crazy Climber (2005 on PlayStation 2)
Oretachi Game Center Zoku: Moon Cresta (2005 on PlayStation 2)
Crazy Climber 2000 (2000 on PlayStation)
Terra Cresta 3D (1997 on SEGA Saturn)
Rush Hour (1997 on Windows, PlayStation)
Explosive Racing (1997 on PlayStation)
Ten Pin Alley (1996 on Windows, PlayStation, SEGA Saturn...)
Expert (1996 on PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PS Vita...)
Hyper Crazy Climber (1996 on PS Vita, PlayStation 3, PlayStation...)
Nichibutsu Arcade Classics (1995 on PlayStation)
Nichibutsu Arcade Classics 2: Heiankyo Alien (1995 on SNES)
Nichibutsu Arcade Classics (1995 on SNES)
Slot Gambler (1995 on TurboGrafx CD)
Puzzle'N Desu! (1995 on SNES)
Sexy Idol Mahjong: Yakyūken no Uta (1995 on TurboGrafx CD)
Locked 'n Loaded (1994 on Arcade)
Sexy Idol Mahjong: Fashion Monogatari (1994 on TurboGrafx CD)
Seisenshi Denshō: Jantaku no Kishi (1994 on TurboGrafx CD)
F1 Circus CD (1994 on SEGA CD)

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History +

June 1970

Nihon Bussan Co., Ltd. is founded.

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