Cing

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Cing

Founded 1999
Parent company / owner N/A
Divisions / Subsidiaries N/A
Website cing.co.jp (defunct)

Cing Inc. was a Japanese video game development studio based in Fukuoka, Japan. Founded in 1999, the studio is best-known for its games co-developed alongside Nintendo

The studio was originally founded in April 1999, attempting to bring about new gameplay experiences. The studio first collaborated with Nintendo in 2005 with their original game Trace Memory.

On March 1, 2010, Cing filed for bankruptcy. The company was reportedly suffering from liabilities totaling 256 million yen (approx. US$2.9 million).[1]

Games published by Nintendo

Game Year Console
Trace Memory 2005 Nintendo DS
Hotel Dusk: Room 215 2007 Nintendo DS
Another Code: R – A Journey into Lost Memories 2009 Wii
Last Window: The Secret of Cape West 2010 Nintendo DS

External links

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Cing on other NIWA Wikis:
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References

  1. Nintendo developer Cing files for bankruptcy - report. GamesIndustry.biz (March 8, 2010). Retrieved January 27, 2017.


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