Micronet co. Ltd. is a software development company with its head office set in Hokkaido Sapporo, Japan. Previously specializing in 2D and 3D video games, the company has since focused on graphical website production as well as founding the 3D CG Soft System, 3D Atelier.
First established on October 1982, opening at sixty-four million yen, the company first got involved in the PC gaming industry developing a variety of games including Platformers, Wrestling, Board and Mahjong games for the MSX and FM7. They made their first start to making games for home consoles as well as establishing American game distributions with the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis from 1989 to 1992. Micronet developed games for Sega consoles as well as one or two Arcade, Super Famicom and Playstation games (mostly for Japan). Some of their games were notable for being hybrid games, a combination of two different game genres such as Helicoid and Heavy Nova.
However, after the discontinuation of the Dreamcast, Micronet stopped game development and focused entirely on 3D graphic development instead. Their current focus is on developing 3D software, namely the computer design tool 3D Atelier.
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