Flight-Plan

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Flight Plan
フライト・プラン
Former type Public
Industry Video games
Founded 1989[1]
Defunct August 2010
Headquarters Gifu, Gifu, Japan
Key people Masami Watanabe (president)[1]
Products Black/Matrix series
Summon Night series
Employees 38
Website www.flight-plan.jp/

Flight-Plan (フライト・プラン Furaito Puran?) was a Japanese video game developer perhaps best known for the Summon Night series of role-playing video games published by Banpresto. Founded in 1989, Flight-Plan began by developing the Black/Matrix series of tactical role-playing games, published by NEC Interchannel (later Interchannel Holon) in Japan.[1] In January 2007, Flight-Plan began self-publishing some of its games, such as Dragon Shadow Spell and Sacred Blaze.[1] Other clients of the company have included Sony, Nintendo, and Sega.

In August 2010, the company quietly closed its offices and ceased business, and their website was taken offline. The company is for all intents and purposes defunct.[2]

Games[edit]

Black/Matrix series[edit]

Summon Night series[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Winkler, Chris (2007). "RPGFan - Exclusive Interview Feature: Interview #1: Masami Watanbe". RPGFan.com. Retrieved 2009-05-24. 
  2. ^ "Summon Night Developers Flight Plan Close Shop". Retrieved 2010-08-09. 

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