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Etsunobu Ebisu

aka: Bono Bono Ebisu, 蛭子 悦延, えびす えつのぶ

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A long-time staffer at Konami, Etsunobu Ebisu (蛭子悦延) was one of the main creative forces behind the Ganbare Goemon series, and was even the model for the character Ebisumaru. In 2005, he left Konami along with Shigeharu Umezaki and a group of other staffers to establish the development studio Good-Feel.

Credited on 41 games

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Monkey Barrels (2019, Nintendo Switch) Producer
Yoshi's Crafted World (2019, Nintendo Switch) Producer
Miitopia (2016, Nintendo 3DS) Special Thanks
Yoshi's Woolly World (2015, Wii U) Producers
Mii Force (2013, Nintendo 3DS) Producer
Wii Play: Motion (2011, Wii) Producer
Kirby's Epic Yarn (2010, Wii) Producers
Looksley's Line Up (2010, Nintendo DSi) Producers
Wario Land: Shake It! (2008, Wii) Producers
Ganbare Goemon: Tōkai Dōchū Ooedo Tengurigaeshi no Maki (2005, Nintendo DS) Dai-Chanko (大チャンコ)
Kessakusen! Ganbare Goemon 1+2: Yuki-hime to Magginesu (2005, Game Boy Advance) Chief Producer
Disney Sports Motocross (2003, Game Boy Advance) Producer
Disney Sports Snowboarding (2003, Game Boy Advance) Producer
Disney Sports Basketball (2002, GameCube) Producer
Disney Sports Soccer (2002, Game Boy Advance) Producer
Disney Sports Skateboarding (2002, GameCube) Producer
Disney Sports Football (2002, Game Boy Advance) Producer
Disney Sports Soccer (2002, GameCube) Producer
Ganbare Goemon: Ōedo Daikaiten (2001, PlayStation) Producer (プロデューサー)
Konami Krazy Racers (2001, Game Boy Advance) Producers

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Etsunobu Ebisu
Source: Famitsu

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