By Spencer . July 30, 2010 . 2:10am
Dimple Entertainment is ending their stint as a video game publisher. A message written by Takashi Kamio, President, thanked fans for their loyalty and announced the company will be closed on August 31.
Loveroot Zero, released this past April for the PlayStation 2, will be Dimple Entertainment’s last the game. Dimple is probably best known for Kumatanchi, a Vanillaware developed Nintendo DS game where players care for a bear girl. Marsh: The Mysterious English Eating Animal, a cutesy virtual pet meets English training game, and the touch screen tapping Pinky Street games were some of Dimple’s other works.