Studio Alex

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Studio Alex was a Japanese video game development firm. It was founded by respected programmer Kazunari Tomi, a former employee of Nihon Falcom whose credits include Sorcerian, Star Trader, and Dinosaur. After leaving Nihon Falcom, he founded Studio Alex, which functioned primarily as a consultant company.

Studio Alex developed the initial three titles of the Lunar series, with Game Arts as co-developer and publisher. In 2003, the company filed a lawsuit against Game Arts over secondary creator copyrights to Lunar: The Silver Star,[1] but were sued in turn for damages in regard to trouble over the Magic School Lunar theatrical animation, and lost. Studio Alex bankrupted thereafter.

Major works[edit]

Lunar: The Silver Star
Lunar: Eternal Blue
Lunar: Walking School
Gotzendiener (published by Gainax)
Rema the Truth (co-developed with Ehrgeiz, published by KSS)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Japan Uni Copyright Center - Complete Judgement Results 2003-03-13". Japan Uni Copyright Center. Retrieved March 17, 2007.