Spike Chunsoft

Spike Chunsoft Co., Ltd.
Spike Chunsoft logo.png
Spike Chunsoft English logo
Founded April 9, 1984
Headquarters Minato-ku, Tokyo
Type Subsidiary
Owner(s) Kadokawa Corporation
Industry Video games

United States: spike-chunsoft.com
Japan: spike-chunsoft.co.jp

Spike Chunsoft Co., Ltd. (Japanese: 株式会社スパイク・チュンソフト Kabushikigaisha Spike Chunsoft), formerly Chunsoft Co., Ltd. (Japanese: チュンソフト Chunsoft), is a Japanese video game developer specializing in console RPGs. It was founded by Koichi Nakamura, a video game designer from Enix. They are the developers of the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series.

Former Chunsoft logo

On April 1, 2012, Chunsoft was merged with Spike, and the company name is now Spike Chunsoft. It is currently owned by Dwango, a subsidiary of Kadokawa Corporation.

Pokémon games


Spike Chunsoft

Notable non-Pokémon games

In addition to the Mystery Dungeon series, they have also developed for other series such as Dragon Quest and Sound Novels. They also made the highly critically acclaimed Nintendo DS game Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, its Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita sequel, Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward, and the Danganronpa series. Its name is taken from Chun, a character that appeared in Enix's very first video game, Door Door.

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