Hamster Corporation

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Hamster Corporation
Native name
IndustryVideo game industry
Founded11 November 1999; 21 years ago (1999-11-11)
Area served
ProductsArcade Archives

Hamster Corporation (株式会社ハムスター, Kabushiki-gaisha Hamusutā) is a Japanese video game publisher, with office located in Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan. The game division of Toshiba-EMI Limited spun off Hamster Corporation in November 1999.

On the Japanese PlayStation Store, more than 120 titles are distributed under the Arcade Archives brand. Hamster Corporation acquired the rights of Nihon Bussan's video games in March 2014,[1] UPL's video games in May 2016,[2] NMK's video games in June 2017,[3] and Video System's video games in March 2018.[4]

Published games[edit]

Nintendo 3DS[edit]

Nintendo Switch[edit]


PlayStation 2[edit]

PlayStation 3[edit]

PlayStation 4[edit]

PlayStation Mobile[edit]

  • Magic Arrows
  • Appli Archives

PlayStation Portable[edit]

  • Arms' Heart
  • Sudoku by Nikoli
  • The Conveni Portable

PlayStation Vita[edit]

  • Akari by Nikoli V
  • Hashi o Kakero by Nikoli V
  • Heyawake by Nikoli V
  • Hitori ni Shitekure by Nikoli V
  • Kakuro by Nikoli V
  • Masyu by Nikoli V
  • Number Link by Nikoli V
  • Nurikabe by Nikoli V
  • Shikaku ni Kire by Nikoli V
  • Slitherlink by Nikoli V
  • Sudoku by Nikoli V
  • Yajilin by Nikoli V


Wii U[edit]

Windows 10[edit]

  • ACA Neo Geo

Xbox 360[edit]

Xbox One[edit]


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