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Âge (アージュ Āju?) is a division of Acid Co., Ltd., a Japanese developer and publisher of adult video games and visual novels. Âge was formerly known as Relic and developed video games for consoles. It gained fame following the release of its 2001 adult visual novel Kimi ga Nozomu Eien.[1] It was founded by Hirohiko Yoshida, Baka Prince Persia, Nanpuureima, Spin Drill, and Carnelian. Âge games are published under the brands Âge, Mirage, and Φâge.

List of developed games[edit]


Âge FC titles[edit]

Mirage titles[edit]

  • Soko ni Umi ga Atte
  • Anonymous

Φâge titles[edit]

  • Pikopiko: Koi Suru Kimochi no Nemuru Basho
  • Owarinaki Natsu, Towa Naru Shirabe
  • Shapeshifter

Third party titles[edit]


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