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|Industry||Computer and video game industry|
|Founded||June 25, 2010|
|Yoji Ishii (CEO)
Naoto Ohshima (Vice President)
Yutaka Sugano Vice President
|Products||Games for video game consoles|
Arzest (fully known as ARZEST Corporation) is a Japanese video game development company that develops games for video game consoles. It was formed on June 25, 2010 by key members of Artoon, which was also founded by Arzest Executive Vice President Naoto Ohshima, best known as the character designer of Sonic the Hedgehog, as well as his nemesis Dr. Eggman. Arzest was also founded by key Artoon and Sega members who worked on the Panzer Dragoon series.
At present, not much is known about the company, however, they were recruited by Nintendo to work on some mini-games in Wii Play: Motion for the Wii. According to their portion of the credits of the game, as many as around a dozen of former Artoon and Sega employees now work at Arzest.  Just recently they worked on additional new features of one of the 3DS' main built-in software applications StreetPass Mii Plaza, such as adding SpotPass features to Puzzle Swap among others. Upon updating their website on March 21, 2013, Arzest have revealed to have worked on the character models in Level-5's Time Travelers for the 3DS, PSP and Vita.  They recently released their first major solo project, Yoshi's New Island, in 2014.
- Wii Play: Motion (Wii, 2011) - Developed Games: Spooky Search, Jump Park, and Cone Zone
- StreetPass Mii Plaza (Nintendo 3DS, 2011) - Added new features including "SpotPass" support to "Find Mii II", "StreetPass Map" and "Puzzle Swap"
- Time Travelers (Nintendo 3DS, PSP, PS Vita, 2012) - Character modeling
- Slot Monsters (Android, iOS, 2013)
- Yoshi's New Island (Nintendo 3DS, 2014)
- Terra Battle (Android, iOS, 2014) - Illustration and graphic design for monsters, scenery, etc.
- Boost Beast (Android, iOS, Facebook, Kindle, 2015)
- Official Arzest Website (English)
- Post on NeoGAF showing their full credits in Wii Play: Motion for Wii
- Arzest (ex-Artoon/Sega), worked on Time Travelers