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G-Mode Corporation
IndustryVideo games
FoundedJune 14, 2006 [a]
HeadquartersTokyo, Japan
Keiji Araki (representative director)[1]
Number of employees
Promotion at the Tokyo Game Show 2008

G-Mode Corporation (株式会社ジー・モード, Kabushikigaisha Jī Mōdo) is a Japanese company that provides mobile network game contents that specialize in Java game software in Japan. It develops and distributes games for Java-compatible mobile phones.[3] The company also licenses contents for mobile telecommunications operators, as well as involves in the original equipment manufacturing of mobile phone games.[4]

G-Mode Co., Ltd was founded in July 2000 and merged in March 2014 with ONE-UP Co., Ltd. (a corporation established in 2006) who then renamed itself G-Mode Corporation.[5][6] G-Mode is headquartered in Tokyo.[7] Game 265: july 26, 2019the initials game.

G-Mode saw a potential in mobile gaming and managed to obtain the rights to Tetris in Japan in 2001, and currently use this license to remain a major player in the mobile entertainment industry in Japan.[8] In 2004, G-Mode acquired the back catalogue of Data East Corporation.[9] In 2005, GungHo Online Entertainment invested in the company.[10] They currently license out these Data East titles on the Wii Virtual Console, Gametap, and Mobile Platform. G-Mode released an official Data East website in December 2007.[11] In 2010 is revealed that the company will publish several Data East titles on the Zeebo console in Brazil and Mexico.[12] On March 1, 2012, after several years of Wii Virtual Console support, G-Mode delisted all of its PC Engine/TurboGrafix-16 games from the service while continuing with the ones originally released on Nintendo consoles. G-Mode also announced that several old mobile games from the company made in the 2000s will be re-released on Nintendo Switch through the G-MODE Archives label.[13]


G-Mode Co. Ltd. reported earnings results for the fiscal year 2006. For the fiscal year, the company reported consolidated net profit of $440,700 a $1.7 million consolidated recurring profit and a $31.1 million consolidated revenue. The number of subscribers to official websites for NTT DoCoMo handsets rose to 1.48 million at the end of October 2006, up 34% from the end of March 2006, which mainly contributed to the upward revision. The company revised its earnings guidance for the fiscal year 2007. For the period, the company revises consolidated net profit to $594,000 from a previous forecast of a $169,500 consolidated net loss. Consolidated recurring profit was revised up to $2.8 million from $1.7 million. The consolidated sales revenue was revised up as well to $41.1 million from $39.8 million.[7]

Acquired Data East license[edit]

G-Mode owns the rights to more than 100 Data East titles.[14][15] However, the following list only include video games mentioned either on G-Mode's original Data East webpage in 2009[16] or the current one launched in 2017.[14] Exceptionally, a game can be absent in both of G-Mode's Data East webpages but still be mentioned here if there's a third-party source proving the company's ownership for it (in such case the reference will be attached next to the title). Although G-Mode published in 2007 a remake of Data East's Super Famicom title Heracles no Eikō III: Kamigami no Chinmoku for mobile phones,[17] this title is not included in the following list because that game is owned by Paon Corporation.[18]


  • Bloody Wolf / Battle Rangers
  • Boogie Wings / The Great Rag Time Show
  • Bump 'n' Jump / Burnin' Rubber
  • BurgerTime / Hamburger
  • Caveman Games / Caveman Ugh-Lympics
  • Cobra Command / Thunder Storm (1984 laserdisc game)
  • Cobra Command (1988 side-scroller)
  • Desert Assault / Desert Storm Gulf War / Thunder Zone
  • Drop Off[19]
  • Dunk Dream 95 / Hoops 96
  • Express Raider / Western Express
  • Fighter's History Dynamite / Karnov's Revenge
  • Gate of Doom / Dark Seal
  • Joe & Mac 2: Lost in the Tropics / Joe & Mac 3: Lost in the Tropics
  • Mad Alien / Mad Rider / Highway Chase
  • Magical Drop III / Magical Drop Pocket
  • Mutant Fighters / Death Brade
  • Outlaws of the Lost Dynasty / Suiko Enbu
  • Ring King[b]
  • Road Blaster / Road Avenger / Turbo Blaster
  • Side Pocket 2 / Minnesota Fats: Pool Legend
  • Sly Spy / Sly Spy: Secret Agent / Secret Agent
  • Spinmaster / Miracle Adventure
  • Street Slam / Dunk Dream / Street Hoop
  • Two Crude / Crude Buster (Two Crude Dudes (MD / GEN port))
  • Wizard Fire / Dark Seal II

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Not owned by G-Mode[edit]

  • Chelnov (purchased by Paon DP)
  • Glory of Heracles (purchased by Paon DP)
  • Karnov (purchased by Paon DP)
  • Metal Max (purchased by Cattle Call, later Kadokawa Games)
  • Jake Hunter (purchased by WorkJam, later by Arc System Works)
  • RoboCop and RoboCop 2 (Arcade, NES and DOS versions, purchased by D4 Enterprise)
  • Rohga: Armor Force (purchased by Paon DP)
  • Skull Fang (purchased by Paon DP)
  • Vapor Trail: Hyper Offence Formation (purchased by Paon DP)
  • Windjammers (purchased by Paon DP)


  1. ^G-Mode Co., Ltd founded on July 27, 2000
  2. ^Ring King is included in the Data East All Star Collection compilation released in 2017 and officially licensed by G-Mode.[20][21] But it has been suggested in the past that Bandai Namco Entertainment may be the actual copyright holder of the game.[22]Ring King was originally published in North America by Data East and in Japan by Namco, predecessors of G-Mode and Bandai Namco respectively.

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  2. ^'Marvelous Acquires Joe & Mac and Data East Library Through G-mode Acquisition'. Siliconera.
  3. ^http://ca.ign.com/companies/g-mode[permanent dead link]
  4. ^'listofcompanies.co.in'. ww38.listofcompanies.co.in.
  5. ^'沿革 - 株式会社ジー・モード'. gmodecorp.com.
  6. ^'会社概要|会社情報|ジーモード'. August 6, 2009. Archived from the original on August 6, 2009.
  7. ^ ab'G-mode Co., Ltd.: Private Company Information - Businessweek'. Investing.businessweek.com. Retrieved 2013-09-09.
  8. ^Stuart, Keith (January 21, 2010). 'Tetris and Snake - the biggest games in the world' – via www.theguardian.com.
  9. ^Smith, David. 'G-Mode Buys Up Data East Catalog', 1UP.com. February 2004. [1]
  10. ^'Company History| GungHo Online Entertainment, Inc'. Gungho.co.jp. Archived from the original on 2013-09-29. Retrieved 2013-09-09.
  11. ^'dataeastgames.com'. dataeastgames.com. Archived from the original on 2014-12-16. Retrieved 2013-09-09.
  12. ^'Zeebo terá 'Peggle', 'Plants vs Zombies' e mais - 09/03/2010 - Últimas Notícias - UOL Jogos'. Jogos.uol.com.br. 2011-01-17. Retrieved 2013-09-09.
  13. ^'G-Mode Archives feature phone title ports announced for Switch - Gematsu'. Gematsu. 2020-04-02. Retrieved 2020-04-02.
  14. ^ ab'DATA EAST Revival Project - G-MODE'. gmodecorp.com.
  15. ^http://eir.eol.co.jp/EIR/View.aspx?cat=tdnet&sid=147948
  16. ^'LIBRARY - Data East Games'. August 7, 2011. Archived from the original on August 7, 2011.
  17. ^'ヘラクレスの栄光3 ~神々の沈黙~'. January 25, 2010. Archived from the original on January 25, 2010.
  18. ^'株式会社パオン・ディーピー'. 株式会社パオン・ディーピー.
  19. ^'Drop Off > Virtual Console'. January 6, 2009. Archived from the original on January 6, 2009.
  20. ^'Retro-Bit's multigame collections for NES & SNES offer licensed games from Data East & Jaleco'. 8-Bit Central.
  21. ^'Data East All Star Collection'. retro-bit.com.
  22. ^Andersen, John D. 'In-Depth: Exploring Ultracade's Alleged Counterfeit Arcade Game Racket'. www.gamasutra.com.

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