|Headquarters||Trouadour-403 2-9-6 Sendagaya Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan 151-0051|
|Hiroshi Suzuki (CEO)|
Skip Ltd. (stylized as skip Ltd.) is a Japanese video game developer that has a close relationship with Nintendo. Nintendo has published all of their Japanese releases; with the only notable exception being LOL (Archime DS), which skip Ltd. published independently. The company's staff includes prominent developers from Square such as Kenichi Nishi and Keita Eto. In October 2019, it was reported OneControllerPort.com that the company had changed it's name to Skip Inc. the previous year and had become inactive on all social media. By August 2020, there were growing signs that the company may have become defunct as they hadn't released a game since 2015, however this has not yet been officially confirmed.
Game Boy Advance
- Art Style: AQUIA (DSiWare)
- Art Style: BASE 10 (DSiWare)
- Art Style: BOXLIFE (DSiWare)
- Art Style: Digidrive (DSiWare)
- Art Style: precipice (DSiWare)
- Art Style: PiCTOBiTS (DSiWare)
- Art Style: ZENGAGE (DSiWare)
- Chibi-Robo!: Park Patrol
- Okaeri! Chibi-Robo! Happy Richie Ōsōji!
- Art Style: CUBELLO (WiiWare)
- Art Style: light trax (WiiWare)
- Art Style: ORBIENT (WiiWare)
- Art Style: ROTOHEX (WiiWare)
- Art Style: Rotozoa (WiiWare)
- Captain Rainbow
- Chibi-Robo! (New Play Control!)
- Snowpack Park (WiiWare)
- Wii Play: Motion (Pose Mii Plus and Flutter Fly mini-games)
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