Human Entertainment (ヒューマン (ゲーム会社) Hyūman (gēmu kaisha)) was a Japanese computer and video game developer and publisher. The company produced games for a number of platforms, including Dreamcast, Game Boy, Nintendo 64, TurboGrafx-16, PC (Windows), PlayStation, Saturn, Sega CD, Super NES, TurboGrafx-CD, and WonderSwan. The company is best known for originating the popular Fire Pro Wrestling series of games.
The company folded in 1999. However, some titles already developed prior to the company's demise were released individually or as part of a collection years later. Some of its members went on to form the developer Nude Maker in 2002.