Pony Canyon, Inc.


Pony Canyon is a subsidiary of Nippon Broadcasting System and was established on October 1, 1966 as record label under the name of Nippon Broadcasting System and renamed to Pony Inc. in 1970. On 21st October, 1987 it merged with the record company Canyon to form Pony Canyon. Pony started to publish computer games software in 1982 and published game titles for many computer platforms and consoles.

Also Known As

  • Ponyca -- Informal name.
  • Pony, Inc. (from 1970 to Oct 21, 1987)


Eizo Play: Nemoto Harumi(2003)
Eizo Play: Megumi(2003)
Block Wars(2001)
Freestyle Boardin' '99(1997)
Night Head: The Labyrinth(1995)
Ultima: Kyōryū Teikoku(1995)
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure(1995)
Alone in the Dark(1994)
Ultima: The Black Gate(1994)
Ultima: Runes of Virtue II(1993)
Death Knights of Krynn(1993)
Pools of Darkness(1993)
Jungle Wars 2: Kodai Mahō Atimos no Nazo (1993)
Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire(1992)
Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate, The(1992)
Champions of Krynn(1992)
Secret of the Silver Blades(1992)
Eye of the Beholder(1992)
Dragons of Flame(1992)
Ultima: Runes of Virtue(1991)
Ultima VI: The False Prophet(1991)
Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight, The(1991)
Curse of the Azure Bonds(1991)
Bubble Ghost(1990)
Shufflepuck Cafe(1990)
Tales of the Unknown: Volume I - The Bard's Tale(1990)
Tasmania Story(1990)
Boxxle II(1990)
Rocket Ranger(1990)
Ultima V: Warriors of Destiny(1990)
WCW: World Championship Wrestling(1990)
Pool of Radiance(1989)
Heroes of the Lance(1989)
Test Drive(1989)
Ultima II: The Revenge of the Enchantress...(1989)
Fantasy Zone II(1989)
A Ressha de Ikō(1989)
Phantom Fighter(1988)
Ultima I(1988)
Kempelen Chess(1988)

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