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|Type of Company||Varied|
|Founded at/in||2000 (as ALG Inc)|
|Subsidiaries|| OmegaFire Games
Omegafire was founded as ALG Inc. on November 2, 2000. It produced its first games between 2002 and 2005, but most were left with mixed reviews or cancelled entirely. It had a six-year haitus from creating games from 2006 to 2012, ended by the release of Super Mario 99 for Nintendo Wii, a sequel to Super Mario 64, after ALG had made a partnership with Nintendo and gained rights to the Mario franchise.
ALG rose to fame following the release of Super Mario 99. Later, Mario Kart U was released and recieved critical acclaim. ALG also created New Super Mario Bros. 5-Star Adventure, which also received critical acclaim and is known as the game that truly brought ALG to fame. This later spawned a sequel, New Super Mario Bros. 5-Star Adventure 2, in early 2013.
Between 2013 and Q2 2015, ALG produced many more games, mainly of the Mario series. It also developed two consoles, but only one was barely successful. In 2015, ALG annouced that it was changing and offically changed it's name to OmegaAlpha Games. As OmegaAlpha, it developed Splatoon X and began development on Kid Icarus: Armageddon. In another attempt at consoles, OmegaAlpha annouced the Nintendo EX, which was very well recieved upon its reveal.
On December 9, 2015, the name was changed yet again into Omegafire. While it still developed games for Nintendo consoles, it has since moved onto other consoles alongside it including support for PlayStation 4 and more exclusives and enhancements for the EX. The company has since started producing more original works, starting with Starlight and eventually starting the Golden Soul series, Omegafire's signature series. On October 9, 2016, OmegaFire hinted that it was developing a new console, later revealed to be the Omegafire Mira.
- Main article: Golden Soul (series)
Golden Soul is OmegaFire's primary and signuature series, as well as being the one the company is best known for. It has spawned video games, mangas, and novels. A real novel, written by EximiusMax himself, is also planned for a Q2 2017 release date.
|Starlight||New Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo EX||March 25, 2016|
|Eximius||Nintendo EX, Wii U||N/A|
|Fantendo Coliseum||Wii U, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo EX||April 14, 2017|
|Hades||PC, Wii U, PlayStation 4, Xbox One||Q2 2017||First OmegaFire game released on a third-party console|
|Kid Icarus: Armageddon||New Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo EX||Q2 2017|
|Golden Soul I: Rise of a Legend||Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4||Q3 2017|
|Underground Cyborg Factory||PC, Nintendo EX||Q4 2017|
|Super Mario 99||Wii, Nintendo 3DS||September 20, 2012|
|New Super Mario Bros. 5-Star Adventure||Wii, Nintendo 3DS||November 2, 2012||Was later remade for the EX|
|Super Mario Brawlers||Wii, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Airow||January 30, 2013|
|New Super Mario Bros. 5-Star Adventue 2||Wii U||February 5, 2013|
|Super Smash Bros. Golden X||Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Airow||April 1, 2013|
|Super Mario Super Sword||Wii U, Nintendo 3DS||October 15, 2013|
|Mario Kart U||Wii U||December 20, 2013|
|Super Mario Bros. Experience||Wii U||August 8, 2014|
|WiiTablet||January 18, 2013||7th Gen||Released as ALG, was a commercial failure|
|Nintendo Airow||January 30, 2013||7th Gen||Released as ALG|
|Nintendo EX||December 18, 2015||8th Gen|