(Âge) * Kimi ga Nozomu Eien ...more on Wikipedia about "Âge"
A bishōjo game (美少女ゲーム bishōjo gēmu); more often spelled bishoujo game), also known as a girl game/gal game is a type of Japanese video game centered around interactions with attractive anime-style girls. Most involve romantic or sex appeal of some kind. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bishōjo game"
Cocktail Soft is a Japanese H game manufacturer, a subsidiary of F&C. It is best known for its Welcome to Pia Carrot series. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cocktail Soft"
ELF Corporation (エルフ or élf) is a hentai game studio. One of its most popular games is Dokyusei, a pioneering dating sim, that has been sequelled, and turned into video and TV episodes. The character design of the main villains from the -saku series is the company mascot. ...more on Wikipedia about "ELF Corporation"
Enzai ("False charge") is a Yaoi game made by the Japanese software house Langmaor . ...more on Wikipedia about "Enzai"
Eros Comix is an adult-oriented imprint of Fantagraphics Books, established in 1990 to publish pornographic comic books. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eros Comix"
F&C is an eroge maker, one of the long-established store makers which exist from the beginning of H game history. It is said that the origin of the company name is each initial of Fairytale and Cocktail Soft. ...more on Wikipedia about "F&C"
Gainax (ガイナックス) (pronounced 'guy-nax') is a Japanese anime studio most famous for the television series Neon Genesis Evangelion. Gainax is known for its ambitious, experimental anime and controversial endings. Throughout its history, Gainax has been plagued by budgetary problems and poor management, and in the wake of Evangelion's success, Gainax evaded taxes and its President, Takeshi Sawamura, was sentenced to jail for accounting fraud. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gainax"
Icarus Publishing. (est. 2002) A North American publisher of H manga in the English language. ...more on Wikipedia about "Icarus Publishing"
JAST USA is a licensor and distributor of English-language Bishōjo games, some of which are as dating sims or eroge. Founded in 1997, it has released such titles as Three Sisters' Story, Runaway City, Hentai Anime Poker and many others. It has also worked with other companies such as Peach Princess and G-Collections to create a distribution base for English dating-sim games in English-speaking markets. JAST USA is considered to be the primary company releasing Bishōjo games in English. ...more on Wikipedia about "JAST USA"
Key is a Japanese visual novel studio, known for making dramatic and plot-oriented renai games. Their debut release Kanon was hugely successful in Japan. It combined an elaborate and sentimental storyline, an up-to-date anime drawing style and a popular musical score. ...more on Wikipedia about "Key (company)"
Leaf is a Japanese visual novel studio under the publisher AQUAPLUS (アクアプラス). It and its competitor Key (to which it is often compared) are the most popular and successful dedicated visual novel studios operating today. It was launched out of obscurity by its early release To Heart. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leaf (company)"
Peach Princess is a California based English translator and distributor of Japanese bishōjo games; so far, all its releases have been eroge, which has made it one of the few companies to release Adult Only games (under the ESRB) in North America. Many of its releases to date were developed by Crowd, a Japanese bishōjo games studio, such as Brave Soul, Tokimeki Check-In!, Water Closet, and the X-Change series. ...more on Wikipedia about "Peach Princess"
Saigado Comic Publishing (Saigado Publishing) is a h dojinshi circle famous for publishing hentai parodies, especially of game console fighting games. ...more on Wikipedia about "Saigado Publishing"
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