Polygon Magic

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Polygon Magic
ポリゴンマジック
Privately held company
IndustryVideo games
Information Technology
Internet
FoundedTokyo, Japan (3 April 1996 (1996-04-03))[1]
Headquarters
Akihabara, Tokyo
,
Japan
Key people
Takechika Tsurutani (CEO)[1]
ProductsArcade games
Video games
Social-network games
SNS
Number of employees
165[1]
ParentFuture Institute Corporation
DivisionsWitch Trap Inc.
WebsitePolygonmagic.com

Polygon Magic, Inc. (ポリゴンマジック株式会社, Porigon Majikku Kabushiki-Gaisha) is a Japanese video game developer. The company has been one of the largest studios in Japan. The company develops various platforms including arcade, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Facebook, Japanese SNS such as GREE and Mobage, and Pachinko (Japanese gambling). The company has been a top developer and publisher for Japanese mobile social game field. Polygon Magic has been helping GREE to develop their first party titles. The company has its own social game platform, Porimaji Games.

Games developed[edit]

Arcade[edit]

PlayStation[edit]

PlayStation 2[edit]

Xbox[edit]

Game Boy Color[edit]

Nintendo GameCube[edit]

Nintendo DS[edit]

Wii[edit]

Mobage[edit]

GREE[edit]

Facebook[edit]

Own SNS platform

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Official Company Information Page[dead link]
  2. ^ "OGDB - Wangan Midnight: Maximum Tune (2004)". ogdb.eu. Retrieved 2017-02-12.
  3. ^ "OGDB - Wangan Midnight: Maximum Tune 2 (2005)". ogdb.eu. Retrieved 2017-02-12.
  4. ^ Gamespot page
  5. ^ "Incredible Crisis". GameSpot. Retrieved 2017-02-12.
  6. ^ "P.S." GameSpot. Retrieved 2017-02-12.
  7. ^ metacritic page
  8. ^ Information from Answers page
  9. ^ Gamespot page
  10. ^ ToTheGame page Archived 12 February 2010 at the Wayback Machine
  11. ^ Gamespot page
  12. ^ Business & Works - PolgonMagic.com
  13. ^ 1UP.com page
  14. ^ metacritic page
  15. ^ IGN page
  16. ^ Gamespot page
  17. ^ metacritic page
  18. ^ Derby x Derby
  19. ^ Kabu x Kuwa Battle Masters Archived 25 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine
  20. ^ Corde Mania
  21. ^ Nijiiro Dobutsuen
  22. ^ Porimaji games Archived 5 August 2011 at the Wayback Machine

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