EIM (video game developer)

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EIM Group Ltd.
Defunct
Industry Computer and video game industry
Founded 1989
Headquarters Japan
Key people
Kenji Eno

EIM Group (有限会社EIM?, Yuugen Gaisha EIM) ("Entertainment Imagination and Magnificence" [1]) was a Japanese game development company established in 1989 by programmer/musician Kenji Eno, who later started WARP and fyto.

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