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Good-Feel

Good-Feel Co., Ltd.
Type Private
Industry Video game developer[1]
Founded March 10, 2005
Headquarters Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
Number of locations 2
Key people Shigeharu Umezaki, President
Etsunobu Ebisu, Managing Director
Isono Yoshikazu, Director
Products Video games
Employees 72[2]
Website .jp.co.good-feelwww

Good-Feel Co., Ltd. (株式会社グッド・フィール Kabushiki-Gaisha Guddo Fīru) is a Japanese video game developer. Good-Feel began in Hyogo, Japan in 2005 and soon opened a production facility in Tokyo. Their main focus has been educational games for the Nintendo DS, which have solely been released in Japan. The games, the first of which was released in 2007, consist of primers for very small children (kindergarten and below) and English language training for kids and adults.

In 2008 the company transitioned into mainstream video games by becoming the developer for the Wii game Wario Land: Shake It! from the large publisher Nintendo. This marks Good-Feel's first entry into the home console market.

The company was founded by former Konami employee Etsunobu Ebisu on March 10, 2005. He told Nintendo about the new company and asked if they could work on a game. Long-time Nintendo employee Takahiro Harada asked Ebisu if he would like to make a new Wario Land title, since Harada learned before the meeting that Ebisu was involved in the development of a Nintendo DS platform game he enjoyed very much, and Harada always wanted to make a Wario Land sequel. Though Ebisu suggested a shooting game, he agreed to create a platform game after Harada convinced him. The development resulted in Wario Land: Shake It!, a 2D platform game released in 2008 with hand-drawn graphics made with the help of the animation studios Production I.G and Kusanagi. They later made the 2010 game, Kirby's Epic Yarn, a unique entry into the Kirby franchise.

Contents

  • Games developed 1
  • See also 2
  • Further reading 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Games developed

Game Publisher System Date
Training Words Educational Network Inc. Nintendo DS October 11, 2007
Training Quiz Benesse Corporation Nintendo DS May 29, 2008
Sense Training: Shape Space Benesse Corporation Nintendo DS May 29, 2008
Wario Land: Shake It![1] Nintendo Wii July 24, 2008
English Training Educational Network Inc. Nintendo DS March 26, 2009
Training Words Educational Network Inc. Nintendo DS March 26, 2009
Rittai Kakushi E Attakoreda[1]
US title: Looksley's Line Up,
UK title: Tales in a Box: Hidden shapes in perspective!
German title: "Geschichtenbuch: Verborgene Formen in Perspektive!"
Nintendo Nintendo DSi March 3, 2010
Kirby's Epic Yarn[1] Nintendo Wii October 14, 2010
Wii Play: Motion (2 mini-games) Nintendo Wii June 13, 2011
Mii Force[3] Nintendo Nintendo 3DS June 17, 2013
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team (giant battles) Nintendo Nintendo 3DS July 12, 2013
Yoshi's Woolly World[4] Nintendo Wii U 2015

See also

Further reading

  • Good-feel Talk Wario Land
  • Meet the brains behind Wario Land

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Good Feel". IGN. Retrieved 21 November 2011. 
  2. ^ 株式会社 グッド・フィール (in Japanese). Retrieved 30 January 2012. 
  3. ^ "Nintendo 3DS Firmware Update Allows Back Up Save Data for Digital Games, New StreetPass Content | Side Mission". GameTrailers. 2013-06-17. Retrieved 2014-06-11. 
  4. ^ 1/23/13 9:27am 1/23/13 9:27am. "The People Behind Kirby's Epic Yarn Are Making A New Yoshi Game". Kotaku.com. Retrieved 2014-06-11. 
  • http://n-styles.com/main/archives/2008/10/28-080000.php

The initial version of this article was partly based on the article Good-Feel from the external wiki Super Mario Wiki, released under the GFDL by its authors.

External links

  • Official website (Japanese)


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