|Founded||April 7, 1982 (Programmers-3)|
(closed on November 6, 2003)
|Key people||Masamitsu Niitani, founder|
|Number of people||not disclosed|
Compile Co., Ltd. (株式会社コンパイル, Kabushikigaisha Konpairu) was a video game developer.
Programmers-3, Inc. was founded on April 7, 1982 by Masamitsu Niitani.
Compile Co., Ltd.
The company was renamed Compile Co., Ltd. in 1985.
Bankruptcy and liquidation
Compile filed bankruptcy and closed on November 6, 2003.
Compile Heart was formed as a subsidiary of Idea Factory on June 2, 2006. Until he left the company in December 2012, Compile Heart was managed by the former Compile founder, Masamitsu Niitani. Compile Heart made a deal with D4 Enterprise to create games based on Compile properties.
Emulated Compile games owned by WEC Museum
|Blazing Lazers||TurboGrafx-16 Mini||1989|
|Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine||Sega Genesis
|1993||Sonic the Hedgehog version of Puyo Puyo 2.|
|GG Aleste||Game Gear Micro||1991|
|GG Aleste II||Game Gear||1993|
|Musha Aleste||Sega Genesis||1996|
|Nazo Puyo: Arle's Roux||Game Gear Micro||1993|
|Power Strike II||Master System||1993|
|Puyo Puyo 2||Arcade||1994|
|Robo Aleste||Sega CD||1992|
|Sorcery Saga I||Sega Genesis||1996|
|Spirit Warriors Spriggan||PC Engine CD-ROM²||1991|
|Spriggan Mark 2: Re-Terraform Project||Super PC Engine CD-ROM²||1992|