Namco Ltd.(JP) was a video game development and publishing company run by Masaya Nakamura. It merged with Bandai to form Bandai Namco Entertainment.


Namco's association with Nintendo goes back to 1979, when Nintendo made a variant of their arcade game Bomb Bee titled Bomb Bee N.[1] On August 1, 1984, Namco became the second third party publisher for the Family Computer in Japan.[2] Namco would also jointly develop the Triforce arcade system with Nintendo and Sega.

List of games[]

Nintendo Entertainment System[]

Game Boy[]

Super Nintendo Entertainment System[]

Nintendo 64[]

Game Boy Color[]

Game Boy Advance[]

Nintendo GameCube[]

Wii (Virtual Console)[]

Nintendo DS[]

Other games[]

  • Bomb Bee N (1979) - Arcade game (created by Nintendo under license from Namco)
  • Ridge Racer 64 (2000) - Nintendo 64 (created by Nintendo under license from Namco)
  • Pac-Man Vs. (2003) - Nintendo GameCube (created by Nintendo under license from Namco)
  • Mario Kart Arcade GP (2005) - Arcade game (created by Namco under license from Nintendo)


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