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Arika, formed in 1996 by former Capcom employees, develops the [[TGM]] series. Arika's first game was Street Fighter EX. It was successful and was followed up with two updates (Street Fighter EX Plus and EX Plus Alpha for the PlayStation).
{{Infobox company
| title =  Arika Co. Ltd.
| logo = Arika logo.png
| founded = November 1, 1995
| hq = Tokyo, Japan
| people = Akira Nishitani <sup>(President)</sup><br> Ichiro Mihara <sup>(vice president)</sup>
| website = [http://www.arika.co.jp arika.co.jp]
}}


Games developed
'''Arika''' (株式会社アリカ ''Kabushiki gaisha Arika'') formed in 1995 by former Capcom employees, is the developer of the [[TGM series]]. Arika's first game was ''Street Fighter EX''.


* Street Fighter EX - 1996 (Arcade)
The name Arika comes from the name of the founder, Akira Nishitani, spelt backwards.
* Street Fighter EX Plus - 1997 (Arcade)
* Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha - 1997 (PlayStation)
* Street Fighter EX2 - 1998 (Arcade)
* [[Tetris The Grand Master]] - 1998 (Arcade)
* Fighting Layer - 1998 (Arcade)
* Street Fighter EX2 Plus - Early 1999 (Arcade and later released for the PlayStation on December 24, 1999)
* Street Fighter EX3 - 2000 (PlayStation 2)
* [[Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2 PLUS]] - 2000 (Arcade)
* Everblue - 2001 (PlayStation 2)
* Technic Beat - 2002 (Arcade)
* Everblue - 2002 (PlayStation 2)
* Mega Man Network Transmission - 2003 (GameCube)
* [[Tetris The Grand Master 3 Terror-Instinct]] - 2005 (Arcade)
* Super Dragon Ball Z - 2005 (Arcade & PS2, collaborated with Crafts & Meister)
* [[Tetris The Grand Master Ace]] - 2005 (Xbox 360)


The name Arika is the name of its founder, Akira Nishitani, spelt backwards.
== Tetris games developed ==


==References==
* ''[[Tetris The Grand Master]]'' (1998, arcade)
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arika Wikipedia]
* ''[[Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2]]'' (2000, arcade)
* ''[[Tetris The Absolute The Grand Master 2 PLUS]]'' (2000, arcade)
* ''[[Tetris with Cardcaptor Sakura Eternal Heart]]'' (2000, PlayStation)
* ''[[Tetris The Grand Master 3 Terror-Instinct]]'' (2005, arcade)
* ''[[Tetris The Grand Master Ace]]'' (2005, Xbox 360)
* ''[[Tetris  The Grand Master 4 The Masters of Round]]'' (Unreleased, arcade)
* ''[[Tetris 99]]'' (2019, Nintendo Switch)
 
== Other puzzle games ==
 
* ''[[Jewelry Master]]'' (2006–2007, Windows)
* ''Dr. Mario Online Rx'' (2008, Wii)
* ''Dr. Mario Express'' (2008, Nintendo DSi)
* ''[[Jewelry Master Twinkle]]'' (2009, Xbox 360)
* ''[[Jewelry Master Twinkle Light]]'' (2010, Xbox 360)
* ''Bust-a-Move Universe'' (2011, Nintendo 3DS)
* ''Dr. Luigi'' (2013, Wii U)
* ''Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure'' (2015, Nintendo 3DS)
 
== External links ==  
* [http://www.arika.co.jp Official website]
 
{{Arika games}}

Latest revision as of 22:08, 21 April 2020

Arika Co. Ltd.
Arika logo.png
Founded November 1, 1995
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Key people Akira Nishitani (President)
Ichiro Mihara (vice president)
Website arika.co.jp

Arika (株式会社アリカ Kabushiki gaisha Arika) formed in 1995 by former Capcom employees, is the developer of the TGM series. Arika's first game was Street Fighter EX.

The name Arika comes from the name of the founder, Akira Nishitani, spelt backwards.

Tetris games developed

Other puzzle games

External links