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Shigefumi Hino (日野 重文 Hino Shigefumi, born in 1963) is a graphics designer, game director, and planner from Nintendo. He is known to be behind Yoshi from the Yoshi franchise. Super Mario World is the first game he worked on. Hino is the director of the Pikmin series alongside Masamichi Abe. In the Pikmin series, Hino has primarily focused on graphics design and was involved in character elements of the games, while Abe has primarily focused on gameplay design.
- Super Mario World (1990) – Character designer
- Yoshi's Cookie (1992) – Character designer
- The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (1993) – Character designer
- Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (1995) – Director, character designer
- Super Mario 64 (1996) – CG illustrator
- Tetris Attack (1996) – Design adviser
- Mario Kart 64 (1996) – CG character designer
- Game & Watch Gallery 2 (1997) – Design adviser
- Yoshi's Story (1997) – CG designer
- Pokémon Stadium (JP, 1998) – Effects designer
- Mario Party (1998) – Design support
- Game & Watch Gallery 3 (1999) – Design adviser
- Pokémon Stadium (1999) – 2D CG designer
- Pikmin (2001) – Director (with Masamichi Abe)
- Pikmin 2 (2004) – Director (with Masamichi Abe)
- New Super Mario Bros. (2006) – Demo scene director
- Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree (2007) – Sub-director
- New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009) – Planning
- Pikmin 3 (2013) – Director (with Yuji Kando)
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