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He started on the series as a debugger on the [[Nintendo GameCube|GameCube]] release of ''[[Animal Crossing e+]]'', and kept on directing roles through the following releases, along with [[Aya Kyogoku]].
 
He started on the series as a debugger on the [[Nintendo GameCube|GameCube]] release of ''[[Animal Crossing e+]]'', and kept on directing roles through the following releases, along with [[Aya Kyogoku]].
   
In July 15, 2018, Isao Moro left [[Nintendo]]. Since April 1, 2019, Moro has been working as a programming instructor at Atelier Yu, an Okinawa company that provides workshops for parents and children.
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In July 15, 2018, Isao Moro left [[Nintendo]]. Since April 1, 2019, Moro has been working as an instructor at Atelier Yu, a company at Okinawa where he teaches programming to children.
   
 
== Game Works ==
 
== Game Works ==
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* [http://iwataasks.nintendo.com/interviews/#/wii/accf/0/0 Iwata Asks: ''Animal Crossing: City Folk'']
 
* [http://iwataasks.nintendo.com/interviews/#/wii/accf/0/0 Iwata Asks: ''Animal Crossing: City Folk'']
 
* [http://iwataasks.nintendo.com/interviews/#/3ds/animalcrossing-newleaf/0/0 Iwata Asks: ''Animal Crossing: New Leaf'']
 
* [http://iwataasks.nintendo.com/interviews/#/3ds/animalcrossing-newleaf/0/0 Iwata Asks: ''Animal Crossing: New Leaf'']
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* [https://www.4gamer.net/games/999/G999905/20191224035/ 4gamer.net] (2020)
 
[[Category:Nintendo people]]
 
[[Category:Nintendo people]]
 
[[Category:Directors]]
 
[[Category:Directors]]

Latest revision as of 14:40, March 21, 2020

Isao Moro is a former director at Nintendo, who was highly involved with the Animal Crossing series. He originally joined the company in April 1, 2002 at the EAD department.

He started on the series as a debugger on the GameCube release of Animal Crossing e+, and kept on directing roles through the following releases, along with Aya Kyogoku.

In July 15, 2018, Isao Moro left Nintendo. Since April 1, 2019, Moro has been working as an instructor at Atelier Yu, a company at Okinawa where he teaches programming to children.

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