HuneX Co., Ltd.

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Company formed in 1992 as a partnership between NEC Home Electronics, Ltd. and Human. With a heavy emphasis on budget software and bishōjo games, Hunex has managed to outlive both its parents.

Credited on 72 Games from 1993 to 2021

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Hashihime of the Old Book Town Append (2021 on Nintendo Switch)
Tsukihime: A piece of blue glass moon (2021 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4)
The House in Fata Morgana: Dreams of the Revenants Edition (2019 on PS Vita, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4)
Alia's Carnival! Sacrament Plus (2019 on PlayStation 4)
Monobeno: Pure Smile (2017 on PS Vita)
Gakuen Club (2017 on Android, iPad, Nintendo Switch...)
The Charming Empire (2017 on Nintendo Switch, Android, iPad...)
Steam Prison (2016 on Windows, Nintendo Switch, Macintosh...)
Ephemeral: The Residents in the Dark (2016 on Nintendo Switch, iPhone, Android...)
Dangerous Relationship (2015 on Windows, iPhone, Nintendo Switch...)
DRAMAtical Murder re:code (2014 on PS Vita)
Monobeno: Pure Smile (Genteiban) (2014 on PS Vita)
Pub Encounter (2014 on iPhone, Windows, Nintendo Switch...)
Office Lovers (2014 on Windows, Nintendo Switch, iPhone...)
Aiyoku no Eustia: Angel's Blessing (Genteiban) (2014 on PS Vita)
Togainu no Chi: TBP (2010 on PSP)
Vitamin Z: Welcome our New Supplement Boys (2009 on PlayStation 2)
Togainu no Chi: True Blood (2008 on PlayStation 2, iPhone, Android)
Vitamin X: We are Super Supriment Boys (2007 on PlayStation 2)
Kira Kira Pop Princess (2006 on Nintendo DS)

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History +

April 2001

First PS2 game published by D3.

December 1998

First Dreamcast game published by NEC.

March 1995

First PC-FX game is published by NEC.

October 1993

First game, for the PC Engine, is published by NEC.

October 1992

Founded as a partnership between NEC Home Electronics and Human.

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