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Kaga Tech Co., Ltd.

Moby ID: 5146

  • naxat Co., Ltd. (from 1988-06-22 to 1998-07)

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Naxat Soft was a games development and publishing subsidiary of Japanese technology conglomerate Kaga Electronics, established in June 1988. Renamed Kaga Tech in 1998, though the Naxat brand continued to be used for games publishing for several years. In 2005, the games business and staff were transferred to Digital Gain and Digital Media Lab, with Kaga Tech becoming solely an electronics design and manufacturing company.

Credited on 94 Games from 1988 to 2009

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Izayoi Renka: Kami Furusato (2004 on PlayStation 2)
Yoshia no Oka de Nekoronde... (2001 on Dreamcast)
Miss Moonlight (2001 on Dreamcast)
Soroban Gu (2000 on WonderSwan Color)
Fire Pro Wrestling (2000 on Game Boy Advance, WonderSwan)
Fire Pro Wrestling for WonderSwan (2000 on WonderSwan)
Bakusō Dekotora Densetsu for WonderSwan (1999 on WonderSwan)
Maboroshi Tsukiyo (1999 on Dreamcast, PlayStation, PlayStation 3...)
Tehodoki Mahjong: Nyūmon-hen (1999 on PlayStation 3, PlayStation, PS Vita...)
Motteke Tamago with Ganbare! Kamonohashi (1998 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn)
Top Anglers: Super Fishing Big Fight 2 (1997 on SEGA Saturn)
Dōjō Yaburi (1997 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn)
Motteke Tamago (1997 on TurboGrafx CD)
Planet Joker (1997 on SEGA Saturn)
Tōhō Chinyūki: Hafling Hearts!! (1996 on PlayStation)
Heiwa Pachinko Sōshingeki (1996 on SEGA Saturn)
Mahjong Yonshimai: Wakakusa Monogatari (1996 on Windows, SEGA Saturn, Arcade)
Japan Super Bass Classic '96 (1996 on SEGA Saturn)
Shunsai (1996 on SEGA Saturn)
Spriggan Powered (1996 on SNES)

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History +

April 1, 2005

The Naxat brand is moved from Kaga Tech to Digital Gain, Kaga's more software-oriented subsidiary. Other brands handled by Digital Gain are Milestone, Pionesoft and Alchemist.


Company founded in Japan.

Trivia +

Naxat backwards is Taxan.

Their last website was at http://www.digitalgain.co.jp/


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