Onion Games K.K., doing business as Onion Games, is a Japanese independent game developer. It was founded by Love-de-Lic alumni and Punchline founder Yoshiro Kimura.
Onion Games was established in 2013 by Yoshiro Kimura with collaborators from his career's history, including from previous employer Love-de-Lic, art director Kurashima Kazuyuki and from Love-de-Lic, Chulip composer and sound designer Hirofumi Taniguchi. 
In late 2019, Onion Games announced via their blog that the 1997 Love-de-Lic game Moon, developed in part by then-current Onion Games members, would be re-released by Onion Games on Nintendo Switch, this time including an English language localization. Moon had, at its initial release, been slated for an English language release, but was cancelled for reasons unknown even to Kimura after it had reached a playable state.
In December 2020, Onion Games announced that work had begun on a new sandbox RPG similar to Moon and Chulip. Yoshiro Kimura expressed in the first press release that through the development of his previous titles he found a determination to create a new sandbox RPG, despite the development difficulty relative to other types of games, and despite his feeling that he would grow too old to make such games.
- Million Onion Hotel - 2017, Android, iOS
- Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada - 2017, Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X
- Black Bird - 2018, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X
- Romeo & Juliet - 2020, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X
- Mon Amour - unreleased, Nintendo Switch
- Untitled sandbox RPG - unreleased
- Moon: Remix RPG Adventure - 2019, localized into English and rereleased on Nintendo Switch
- "Onion's Profile: Yoshiro Kimura". Retrieved 2021-01-10.
- "Onion's Profile: Kurashima Kazuyuki". Retrieved 2021-01-10.
- "Onion's Profile: Hirofumi Taniguchi". Retrieved 2021-01-10.
- "MOON is coming to Nintendo Switch… in English!". 2019-05-09. Retrieved 2021-01-10.
- "A Game Without Killing: The Story of Moon's 22-Year Journey to Leave Japan". Vice. 2020-08-31. Retrieved 2021-01-10.
- "Announcement via Twitter". 2020-12-10. Retrieved 2021-01-10.
- "New RPG - Onion Games". 2020-12-10. Retrieved 2021-01-10.
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