Northwood Interactive was a video game publisher. It was a unit of the Gingo Interactive Group, a division of Gingo Entertainment. This company was established in 1997 to publish video games developed in Japan in North America and Europe, including its most successful release Planetokio for the Sony PlayStation in 1999.
In 2002, Gingo announced that Northwood Interactive was shut down due to no projects planned for the future. According to reports, there had been issues about the company, and it was Gingo's decision to close the company.
Its name was a portmanteau of North Hollywood, California, where Gingo's studios are located.
|Puyo Puyo Sun||Compile|
|Shake Kids||Digital Kids|
|Puyo Puyo~n||PlayStation, Dreamcast||Compile|
|Planetokio||PlayStation||OutSide Directors Company|
|Marionette Company||Micro Cabin|
|Möbius Link 3D||I.Magic|
|2001||Tiny Bullets||Contrail / Kuusou Kagaku|
|Planetokio 2||OutSide Directors Company|
|Puyo Puyo BOX||Compile|
|2002||Tomato Adventure||Game Boy Advance||Alphadream|