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Name

Key

Type

Company

Industry

Games (visual novels)

Founded

Osaka, Japan on July 21 1998

Headquarters

Kita, Osaka, Japan

Areas Served

Japan

Main People

Jun Maeda (co-founder)

Shinji Orito (co-founder)

Itaru Hinoue (co-founder)

Site

key.visualarts.gr.jp

Key is a Japanese company labelled under Visual Arts that makes computer games, in this case visual novels. Their work Air was the second game they made, which was released on September 8, 2000 on PC as an adult game. The game was distributed over several other platforms, with several other age ratings. 


WorksEdit

Kanon (June 4 1999)

Air (September 8 2000)

Clannad (April 28 2004)

Planetarian ~Chiisana Hoshi no Yume~ (November 29 2004)

Tomoyo After ~It's a Wonderful Life~ (November 25 2005)

Little Busters! (July 27 2007)

Little Busters! Ecstasy (July 25 2008)

Kud Wafter (June 25 2010)

Rewrite (June 24 2011)

Rewrite Harvest festa! (July 27 2012)

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