Part of the NeoGeo group. Formerly known as Playmore and renamed in July 2003, the company is involved with the development, manufacture, sale, lease, import and export of amusement machines such as pachinko and pachislot, as well as the development, manufacture, sale and lease of electronic amusement machines such as game software for business and consumer use.
SNK Playmore's first work that SPOnG is aware of is the 2002 title, "The King of Fighters 2002" (Neo Geo).
The company has been involved titles released on the Wii, PS3, Xbox 360, DS/DSi, PS2, PSP, Xbox, GBA, Arcade, Dreamcast and Neo Geo.
The company's most recent involvement was on the 2011 release "The King of Fighters XIII" (Xbox 360).
15 Mar 2012
08 Dec 2010
28 Apr 2010
30 Jun 2008
09 Feb 2007
Comprehensive collection includes seven titles from SNK PLAYMORE hit arcade franchise.
20 Feb 2007
Classic franchise coming to Nintendo's New Gen console.
24 Nov 2006
KOFXI on its way!
08 Sep 2006
Classic franchise coming to PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable)
11 Aug 2006
SNK/Ignition exclusive European publishing deal extended.
29 Jun 2006
Ignition Entertainment brings The King of Fighters NEOWAVE to homes across Europe.
01 Jun 2006
Straight from the arcades to Xbox Live.
12 Apr 2006
Three-on-Three fighting on Xbox Live.
25 Jan 2006
Hyperactive Xbox Live® fighting gives SNK fans reason to battle yet again.
18 Jan 2006
Frenzied Xbox Live® Fighting for SNK Fans
30 Aug 2005
Classic and original games for Xbox, PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Advance to premiere in Los Angeles.
05 May 2005
An entire SNK arcade library, all tournament enabled.
27 Apr 2005
SNK's King of Fighters '02 and '03 announced across Europe.
26 Apr 2005
Exclusive, innovative new features for Xbox owners only.
25 Apr 2005
Date set for the newest installment To SNK’s smash hit series.
07 Dec 2004
Ignition will publish top titles in all PAL territories.
08 Jul 2004
Metal Slug 3 and Metal Slug Advance to enjoy dedicated European releases.
28 Jun 2004
Full Xbox Live support for first home version of hit arcade fighter.
19 May 2004
Digital Bridges brings classic arcade titles, including King of Fighters to next generation java phones.
16 Jul 2002