Japanese graduates can now take up another golden opportunity to join one of Nintendo’s prominent second-party studios!
Recently, 4Gamer published a series of interviews with Japanese developers about their plans for 2021, among them HAL Laboratory of Kirby fame.
Today we have two pieces of news to share with you about HAL Laboratory, the developers behind the Kirby series.
Japanese magazine Famitsu has published an exclusive interview with HAL Laboratory’s President Kawase Shigefumi in celebration of the company’s 40th Anniversary.
In the latest issue of Famitsu, various developers celebrated the 40th anniversary of HAL Laboratory, the creators of Kirby, in a special feature. Apart from congratulatory messages, they also shared some interesting trivia related to the studio, such as how the iconic logo was designed and Satoru Iwata’s contributions. Take a look! (Translations courtesy of Robert Sephazon)
As some of you may know, HAL Laboratory, the creators of Kirby, will be turning 40 years old this year.
HAL Laboratory, the developers of Kirby and Boxboy, have once again decided to celebrate April Fool’s Day with an obviously fake new game everyone wishes was real.
HAL Laboratory, the creators of Kirby and BOXBOY!, have a pretty unique logo featuring a dog sleeping with three eggs.
HAL Laboratory, the studio that gave us the Kirby series, has turned 40 years old on February 21, 2020.
HAL Egg, a spinoff mobile app subsidiary of Kirby creators HAL Laboratory, have released a new smartphone game in Japan.