Love-de-Lic

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Love-de-Lic, Inc. (ラブデリック Rabuderikku?) was a Japanese company that developed video games. It was founded by Kenichi Nishi in 1995. Its staff included many former employees of Squaresoft. After producing three adventure games, the company disbanded in 2000, going their separate ways to other small and independent game companies such as skip Ltd., Vanpool, and Punchline.[1]

The name "Love-de-Lic" derives from Nishi's love for the Yellow Magic Orchestra, specifically the album Technodelic.[1]

Games[edit | edit source]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Bruno de Figueiredo. LOVE-de-LIC. Hardcore Gaming 101. Retrieved on 2010-02-02
  2. "newtonica," an Original Game for the iPhone(TM) & iPod touch(TM) Available Worldwide from Field System on August 27, 2008. CNBC.com (August 28, 2008). Retrieved on 2008-09-06

External links[edit | edit source]

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