Nobuyuki Inoue

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Nobuyuki Inouie (井上信行 Inouie Nobuyuki?) is a video game developer, and the chief director of Brownie Brown.[1] He first became a developer when he took a job with Square as a debugger on the Game Boy game Final Fantasy Legend II. He first did work as a scenario designer in the Super Famicom game Live a Live. He was also involved in games in the Mana series, including Legend of Mana.

He left Square to start up Brownie Brown along with other employees of the company as a subsidiary of Nintendo. He continued making games in the Mana series, starting with a remake of Final Fantasy Adventure titled Sword of Mana for the Game Boy Advance. He went on to direct a new franchise called Magical Vacation for the Game Boy Advance, which was followed by Magical Starsign for the Nintendo DS. He later directed Mother 3, the long-awaited sequel to EarthBound.



  1. ^ "Interview Magical Starsign". Gamekyo (in French). September 2, 2007. Retrieved 13 August 2011.