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

History

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 video games

NES

  • Bad Dudes (1989)
  • Battle City (1985)
  • Battle Fleet (1990)
  • BurgerTime (1985)
  • Dig Dug (1985)
  • Dig Dug II (1986)
  • Dragon Buster (1987)
  • Dragon Buster II: Yami no Fuuin (1989)
  • Dragon Spirit: The New Legend (1989)
  • Dream Master (1992)
  • Family Circuit (1988)
  • Family Jockey (1987)
  • Family Mahjong (1987)
  • Family Tennis (1987)
  • Final Lap (1988)
  • Galaga: Demons of Death (1985)
  • Galaxian (1984)
  • Karnov (1987)
  • Legacy of the Wizard (1987)
  • Macross (1985)
  • Mappy (1984)
  • Mappy Land (1986)
  • Mappy Kids (1989)
  • Megami Tensei (1987)
  • Megami Tensei II (1990)
  • Mendel Palace (1989)
  • Metro-Cross (1986)
  • Pac-Man (1984)
  • Pac-Land (1985)
  • Ms. Pac-Man (1990)
  • R.B.I. Baseball (1986)
  • Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '87 (1987)
  • Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88 Nendoban (1988)
  • Famista '89: Kaimaku Han (1989)
  • Famista '90 (1989)
  • Famista '91 (1990)
  • Famista '92 (1991)
  • Famista '93 (1992)
  • Famista '94 (1993)
  • Ring King (1987)
  • Rolling Thunder (1989)
  • Shadowland (1988)
  • Side Pocket (1987)
  • Sky Kid (1986)
  • Splatterhouse (1989)
  • Star Luster (1986)
  • Star Wars (1987)
  • Tag Team Wrestling (1986)
  • Top Striker (1992)
  • The Tower of Druaga (1985)
  • Tower Of Babel (1986)
  • Wagyan Land (1989)
  • Wagyan Land 2 (1990)
  • Wagyan Land 3 (1992)
  • Warpman (1985)
  • Valkyrie no Bouken: Toki no Kagi Densetsu (1986)
  • Xevious (1984)
  • Super Xevious (1986)

Game Boy

SNES

Nintendo 64

Game Boy Color

  • Mr. Driller (2000)
  • Ms. Pac-Man (1999)
  • Pac-Man: Special Color Edition (1999)
  • Pocket King (2001)
  • Seme COM Dungeon: Drururuaga (2000)
  • Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon (2000)

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)

References

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