Samiksha Jaiswal

Microcabin

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Defunct  2008
Founded  1982
Headquarters  Japan
Ceased operations  2008
Former type  Subsidiary of AQ Interactive
Industry  Interactive entertainment
Website  http://www.microcabin.co.jp/
Parent organizations  AQ Interactive, FIELDS CORP
Video games  Xak: The Art of Visual St, Fray in Magical Adventure, Xak II: Rising of the Redm, Xak III: The Eternal Recurrence, Naval Ops: Warship Gunner 2

Microcabin Corporation (株式会社マイクロキャビン), sometimes written as Micro Cabin, was a Japan-based video game developer and publisher incorporated in 1982, who grew from the Ōyachi Electrics Microcomputer Club.

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Known for their Xak series and its spinoff Fray in Magical Adventure, and games such as Illusion City and Mystaria: The Realms of Lore. Other games include Mystery House, Guardian War, and the Koutetsu no Houkou series.

They also developed the Sega Saturn port of Tunnel B1.

History

On 2008-05-09, AQ Interactive, Inc. announced the acquisition of Microcabin Corporation via share purchase, with trade on 2008-05-16.

On 2011-01-14, AQ Interactive, Inc. announced selling its 85% stake (312704 shares) of Microcabin Corporation to Fields Corporation (フィールズ株式会社), and Microcabin Corporation became a consolidated subsidiary of Fields Corporation.

Former subsidiaries

  • Neuron Image ((株)ニューロン イメージ): In 2002-01, Microcabin Entertainment ((株)マイクロキャビンエンタテイメント) was renamed to Neuron Image ((株)ニューロン イメージ). In 2008-09, Neuron Image was merged into Microcabin Corp.
  • References

    Microcabin Wikipedia


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