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NDcube Co., Ltd.
Subsidiary of Nintendo
Industry Video games
Founded  1, 2000; Script error (2000-03-01)
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Key people
  • Hidetoshi Endo (president)
  • Shuichiro Nishiya
  • (game director)
Products
Parent Nintendo (2010–present)
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NDcube Co., Ltd.[lower-alpha 1] is a Japanese video game developer based in Japan with offices in Tokyo and Sapporo. NDcube is a fully owned Nintendo subsidiary. The company was founded on March 1, 2000, as a joint venture between Nintendo and advertising firm Dentsu, hence the "ND" in the name. The subsidiary shares were purchased by 78% in part by Nintendo, 13.3% by Dentsu, 8.7% by yet undecided shareholders. But in 2010, Nintendo decided to buy out 98% of the shares, with ad partner Dentsu stepping aside.[1]

One of the game directors working for NDcube is Shuichiro Nishiya.[2]

List of games developedEdit

Year Title Platform(s)
2001 F-Zero: Maximum Velocity Game Boy Advance
Dokodemo Taikyoku Yakuman Advance
2002 Card Party
Pool Edge GameCube
2003 Tube Slider
2010 Wii Party Wii
2012 Mario Party 9
2013 Wii Party U Wii U
Mario Party: Island Tour Nintendo 3DS
2015 Mario Party 10 Wii U
Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival Wii U
2016 Mario Party: Star Rush Nintendo 3DS
2017 Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Android, iOS
Mario Party: The Top 100 Nintendo 3DS
2018 Super Mario Party[3] Nintendo Switch

NotesEdit

  1. Japanese: エヌディーキューブ株式会社? </li></ol>

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

  • [[[:Template:Official website/http]] Official website]
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