Brownie Brown, the Nintendo-owned studio that co-developed games such as Mother 3 and Super Mario 3D Land, is rebranding itself as 1-Up Studio, the company announced today.
Brownie Brown was founded in 2000 as a Nintendo subsidiary by former members of Square, the Japanese company behind franchises such as Final Fantasy and Mana. The company has only developed games for Nintendo handhelds, from the Game Boy Advance through the 3DS.
In addition to making Nintendo games such as the aforementioned titles, Brownie Brown has worked on games with outside developers and publishers, including Heroes of Mana with Square Enix and Professor Layton and the Last Specter with Level-5.
According to the message that the studio formerly known as Brownie Brown posted on its website, the company isn't...