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G-Collections was founded in 2001 by the Japanese bishōjo game maker CD Bros., and released at first Japanese titles and, from 2002 on, English localised titles. It is now a subsidiary of JAST USA.
G-Collections has published English versions of over 30 games. Figures of Happiness and all games released before it were released by the original G-Collections company. After Figures of Happiness's release, CD-Bros encountered financial difficulties and G-Collections was shuttered. Peter Payne bought up the rights to the translations and the name. All games released afterwards were translated by JAST USA, using G-Collections as a label. All games published so far have been only available on Microsoft Windows.
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