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Nitroplus

Nitroplus
Native name 株式会社ニトロプラス[1]
Romanized name Kabushiki Gaisha Nitoropurasu
Type Kabushiki gaisha
Industry Computer games
Founded 2000
Headquarters Taitō, Tokyo, Japan
Products Visual novels
Total equity ¥10 million (US$121 thousand)(2012)[1]
Employees 39 people (As of December, 2012)[1]
Website nitroplus.co.jp

Nitroplus Co., Ltd., stylized as nitro+, is a Japanese visual novel computer software company that has developed a number of visual novels, including eroge. They also have been collaborating with TYPE-MOON (another developer) to create the light novel series Fate/Zero. Their works usually have dark themes such as reanimation of the dead and murder. They also have a branch of the company called Nitro+Chiral, which focuses on Boys' Love visual novels.

Super Sonico is the mascot of Nitroplus' annual music festival event, "Nitro Super Sonico", since 2006. Nitroplus has held their music festival every year since 2000.

List of works

They also released a fighting game Nitro+ Royale -Heroines Duel- (ニトロ+ロワイヤル -ヒロインズデュエル-) at the 2007 Comiket.

5pb. x Nitro+

Nitro+Chiral branch works

Nitro+Chiral focused to boys-love games.

On January 25, 2008, they released a minigame disk titled "CHiRALmori" under this branch of which uses chibi versions of the characters from Togainu no Chi and Lamento.

References

  1. ^ a b c "Company info". Nitroplus. Retrieved 2012-12-11. 
  2. ^ "5pb. Unveils CHAOS;CHILD Game as 4th Installment in Science Adventure Series - News". Anime News Network. 2013-11-23. Retrieved 2014-02-11. 

External links

  • Official site (Japanese)
  • Official site
  • Nitro+Chiral site
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