In-Glove

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IN-GLOVE Co.,Ltd. (株式会社イングローブ), based in Toyoshima-ku, Tokyo, was started by former Exrays staff on February 17, 2003 and headed by Makoto Nakabayashi (中林誠). It declared bankruptcy on October 7, 2015. [1]

The company's name derives from president Nakabayashi's name: Naka (中) means "inside" and Hayashi (林) means "grove".

DS[edit]

  • Death Note: Kira Game (JP Publisher: Konami)
  • Itouke no Urawaza DS (JP Publisher: Spike)
  • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (some programming, some graphics) (JP/US/EU Publisher: Sega)
Developer: Racjin?
  • Snowboard Kids Party / SBK: Snowboard Kids (JP/US Publisher: Atlus; EU Publisher: Rising Star Games)
Production: Racjin; Music: WBM; Character Illustrations: Earthly Production; Debugging: Digital Hearts
  • Sugar Sugar Rune: Queen Shiken wa Dai Panic (under subcontract with Dimps) (JP Publisher: Bandai)

iOS[edit]

  • Flick Dealer
  • Meishi no Tatsujin

Mobile[edit]

  • Flying Shoes [mixi App/Yahoo Mobage]

PlayStation 2[edit]

  • Bleach: Blade Battlers (some character animation) (JP Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
Developer: Racjin
  • Naruto: Uzumaki Ninden / Naruto: Uzumaki Chronicles (additional production) (JP/EU/AU Publisher: Bandai; US Publisher: Bandai Namco Games)
Production: Cavia; Developer: Racjin; Localization: Digitalware, thinkArts
  • Sanyo Pachinko Paradise 10: Okaeri! Gensan (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Shaman King: Funbari Spirits (under subcontract with Dimps) (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Debugging: Pole To Win
  • "2004 action game" (development support)
  • "2006 pachislot game"

PlayStation Portable[edit]

  • DokiSui: DokiDoki Suikoden (JP Publisher: Irem)
Graphics: Digital Works Entertainment; Sound: Studio Cappojitte
  • Sengoku Efuda Yuugi: Hototogisu Ran (JP Publisher: Irem)
  • Sengoku Efuda Yuugi: Hototogisu Tairan (JP Publisher: Irem)
Sound: Audio Studio Hibiki, USP

In addition to the above titles, the company's works list also includes "screen game development" for four unnamed arcade medal games between 2004 and 2007.

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