Masamitsu Niitani

aka: Moo Niitani, M. Niitani, 仁井谷 正充, MOO 仁井谷]
Moby ID: 149049

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Usually credited as "Moo Niitani", Masamitsu Niitani was the president of Compile for the entire existence of the company. Unlike other company presidents, he involved himself in the development of games, which explains his list of credits, much longer than that of most other executives. Usually taking a directing or producing role, Niitani also did voice acting on some games. Since the collapse of Compile in 2003, Niitani has worked as president of his new company, Aiky.

Credited on 64 games

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Aleste Collection (2020, Nintendo Switch) Special Thanks
Nyoki Nyoki: Tabidachi-hen (2016, Nintendo 3DS) Executive Producer
Pochi and Nyaa (2004, PlayStation 2) Producer
Zanac X Zanac (2001, PlayStation) Executive Producer
Guru Logi Champ (2001, Game Boy Advance) Executive Producer (エグゼクティブ プロデューサー)
Puyo Pop (2001, Game Boy Advance) Dark Prince (AKA Satan)
Puyo Puyo Box (2000, PlayStation) Executive Producer
Puyo Puyo~n (2000, Game Boy Color) Produced by
Arle no Bōken: Mahō no Jewel (2000, Game Boy Color) Executive Producer
Puyo Puyo Sun (1998, Game Boy Color) Produced by
Super Nazo Puyo Tsū: Rulue no Tetsuwan Hanjōki (1996, SNES) Executive Producer (エグゼクティブ プロデューサー)
Madō Monogatari I (1996, Genesis) Producer (プロデューサー)
Shadowrun (1996, SEGA CD) Producer (プロデュース)
Madō Monogatari: Hanamaru Daiyōchienji (1996, SNES) Producer
Puyo Puyo 2 (1995, SNES) Producer
Madō Monogatari A: Dokidoki Vacation (1995, Game Gear) Producer
Super Nazo Puyo: Rulue no Roux (1995, SNES) Producer
Kirby's Avalanche (1995, SNES) Producer
Qwirks (1995, Macintosh) Producer
Gensei Kaitō Den (1995, PC-98) Producer (プロデュース)

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