AlphaDream Corporation

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AlphaDream Corporation, Ltd.
Native name 株式会社アルファドリーム
Romanized name Kabushikigaisha ArufaDorīmu
Formerly called AlphaStar
Type Private
Industry Video games
Founded Tokyo, Japan (January 12, 2000 (2000-01-12))
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Key people Tetsuo Mizuno
Products Mario & Luigi series
Employees 38 (as of January 2011)[1]
Website www.alphadream.co.jp

AlphaDream Corporation, Ltd. (株式会社アルファドリーム Kabushikigaisha ArufaDorīmu?) is a Japanese video game development company founded in 2000 by Tetsuo Mizuno in Tokyo, Japan. It was formerly known as Alpha Star. In partnership with Nintendo, it has produced software for the Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS. The company's staff includes prominent developers from Square, such as Chihiro Fujioka.

History[edit]

AlphaDream was founded on January 12, 2000.[2] They were then known as Alpha Star. Several members of their staff were notable staff from Square. They are known for their RPGs, most notably the Mario & Luigi series for the Game Boy Advance, the Nintendo DS and the Nintendo 3DS.

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Game Boy Color[edit]

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Nintendo DS[edit]

Nintendo 3DS[edit]

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