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Now Production

Industry Video games, Mobile Software
Founded June 17, 1986
Headquarters Osaka, Japan
Key people Toshiaki Awamura
Employees 179 (as of June 2011)

NOW PRODUCTION CO., Ltd. (ナウプロダクション) (also known as Nowpro) is a Japanese video game company who develops and publish video games. Founded in 1986, they started developing various games for all the major Japanese companies like Namco, Hudson Soft, Capcom, Taito, Konami, Sega, Nintendo, among many others.

Nowadays Nowpro is also involved with mobile software development, online games, pachinko and pachi-slot software/hardware.


  • Video games 1
    • Arcade 1.1
    • Famicom/NES 1.2
    • Game Boy 1.3
    • Game Boy Advance 1.4
    • Game Boy Color 1.5
    • Game Gear 1.6
    • GameCube 1.7
    • Mega Drive/Genesis 1.8
    • Neo Geo 1.9
    • Nintendo DS 1.10
    • PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16 1.11
    • PlayStation 1.12
    • PlayStation 2 1.13
    • PlayStation 3 1.14
    • PlayStation Portable 1.15
    • Super Famicom/Super NES 1.16
    • Wii 1.17
    • Xbox 1.18
    • Xbox 360 1.19
  • External links 2

Video games



Game Boy

Game Boy Advance

Game Boy Color

Game Gear


Mega Drive/Genesis

Neo Geo

Nintendo DS

PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16


PlayStation 2

PlayStation 3

PlayStation Portable

Super Famicom/Super NES



Xbox 360

External links

  • Official website
  • Now Production at GDRI: Game Developer Research Institute
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