Jaleco Ltd.

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Jaleco Ltd., the parent company of Jaleco Entertainment, is a subsidiary of PCCW Limited, Hong Kong's dominant integrated communications company.

Credited on 160 Games from 1978 to 2017

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16-Bit Collection: Jaleco Vol. 1 (2017 on SNES)
8-Bit Collection: Jaleco Vol. 1 (2017 on NES)
Maou ga Ochiru Hi II (2008 on DoJa)
Game Tengoku: The Game Paradise! (2007 on DoJa, Nintendo Switch)
Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai III Remix (2007 on PSP, Nintendo DS)
Puchi Puchi Virus (2007 on Nintendo DS)
Sangoku Field Combat (2007 on Nintendo Switch, DoJa, J2ME)
Brain Buster: Puzzle Pak (2006 on Nintendo DS)
Momoko no Kasei Bowling: La Mars Cup (2006 on J2ME, DoJa, Nintendo Switch)
Momoko 1200% (2006 on J2ME, Nintendo Switch, BREW)
World Super Police (2005 on PlayStation 2)
Maou ga Ochiru Hi (2005 on DoJa, J2ME, Nintendo Switch)
Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai: PC Memorial Box (2005 on Windows)
Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai: Milky no Yabō (2005 on BREW, Nintendo Switch, J2ME...)
Moero!! Jaleco Collection (2004 on Game Boy Advance)
Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders (2004 on Windows, Xbox)
Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai (2004 on DoJa, Nintendo Switch)
City Connection: Rocket - Kōhen (2004 on DoJa, J2ME)
City Connection: Rocket - Zenpen (2004 on DoJa, J2ME)
City Connection: Rocket (2004 on DoJa, J2ME, BREW...)

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History +

April 2001

Acquired VR1 Entertainment, Inc. and its related companies.

November 2000

Pacific Century CyberWorks Limited (PCCW Limited) completed its acquisition of Jaleco in November 2000 through a series of capital allocations.

October 1974

Company founded.

Trivia +

Jaleco comes from Japan Leisure Corporation, the company's original name.

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