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|Former type||Private (defunct)|
|Industry||Computer and video game industry|
|Key people||Gento Matsumoto (President)|
|Products||Games for Nintendo video game consoles|
Saru Brunei was a video game development company that works in partnership with Nintendo. Saru Brunei was a part of Marigul Management. Saru Brunei was headed up by former Nintendo game designer Gento Matsumoto. Matsumoto was Shigeru Miyamoto's right-hand man for 15 years. Saru Brunei was defunct as Marigul was liquidated in May, 2003.
Saru Brunei was responsible for the cancelled Nintendo 64 game, Doubutsu Banchou (Animal Leader), they then however ported the game to the Nintendo GameCube as Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest in 2002. The game was published by Nintendo in Japan, but published by Atlus in North America.
- Doubutsu Banchou (moved to GameCube)
- Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest (coded by Intelligent Systems)
- Archive of the Official Marigul Website (Japanese)
- Source of Company Profile (IGN)
- N-Sider's article containing info about Marigul Management, Inc.
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