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Makoto Kanoh

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Makoto Kanno in 2010

Makoto Kanoh was a Nintendo employee born on October 30, 1950 in Kyoto, Japan,and joined Nintendo in 1972. He was heavily involved in the Metroid series. Some of the projects he's worked on at Nintendo include Super Metroid, the Super Scope for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and Mario & Wario. Two of his favorite movies are Field of Dreams and Dances with Wolves. According to Kano Makoto, he managed to complete Super Metroid in a fairly unimpressive 4 hours 38 minutes. Of all the employees who completed the game, it took Makoto the longest to complete this goal. His last game he was credited in was Mario Party-e for the e-Reader,but he still works at nintendo as a advisor to young staff.


Works

  • Pokemon Stadium 2 (Nintendo 64 / 2000) - Artwork
  • Teleroboxer (Virtual Boy / 1995) - Artwork
  • Sound Fantasy (Super Famicom / 1994) - Producer
  • Super Metroid (Super Nintendo / 1993) - Producer
  • Mario & Wario (Super Famicom / 1993) - Producer
  • Yoshi's Egg (Game Boy / 1992) - Producer
  • Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru (Game Boy / 1992) - Producer
  • Battle Clash (Super Nintendo / 1992) - Producer
  • Super Scope 6 (Super Nintendo / 1992) - Producer
  • Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins (Game Boy / 1992) - Graphic Design
  • Metroid 2: Return of Samus (Game Boy / 1991) - Graphic Design
  • Famicom Wars (Famicom / 1988) - Concept Design
  • Metroid (Nintendo Entertainment System / 1986) - Concept Design
  • Rob The Robot (Hardware / 1985) - Industrial Design
  • Game & Watch: Spitball Sparky (Game & Watch / 1984) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Crab Grab (Game & Watch / 1984) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Mario Bros. (Game & Watch / 1983) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Mario's Cement Factory (Game & Watch / 1983) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Rain Shower (Game & Watch / 1983) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Lifeboat (Game & Watch / 1983) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Mario's Bombs Away (Game & Watch / 1983) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Pinball (Game & Watch / 1983) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Greenhouse (Game & Watch / 1982) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Donkey Kong Jr. (Game & Watch / 1982) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Donkey Kong (Game & Watch / 1982) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Oil Panic (Game & Watch / 1982) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Snoopy Tennis (Game & Watch / 1982) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Fire Attack (Game & Watch / 1982) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Turtle Bridge (Game & Watch / 1982 - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Mickey Mouse (Game & Watch / 1981) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Egg (Game & Watch / 1981) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Chef (Game & Watch / 1981) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Parachute (Game & Watch / 1981) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Octopus (Game & Watch / 1981) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Popeye (Game & Watch / 1981) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Lion (Game & Watch / 1981) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Manhole (Game & Watch / 1981) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Judge (Game & Watch / 1980) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Fire (Game & Watch / 1980) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Vermin (Game & Watch / 1980) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Flagman (Game & Watch / 1980) - Graphic Design
  • Game & Watch: Ball (Game & Watch / 1980) - Graphic Design
  • Nintendo Beam Gun (Hardware / 1975) - Industrial Design

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