Chunsoft (1984-2012) is a video game corporation best known for creating the first five video games in the Dragon Quest series (first four for the NES, fifth for the SNES). Initially they cooperated heavily with publisher Enix, even developing their first ever video game Door Door for the Famicom, though recently they've been partnering with Sega and Nintendo for a variety of different titles such as Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance) for Nintendo and the critically acclaimed 428: The World Doesn't Change Even So (Wii) for Sega. So far they have worked on all of Nintendo's major consoles and handhelds. In 2012, they merged with Spike to form Spike Chunsoft.
- Note: for a full list of games developed by Chunsoft, see List of Chunsoft games.