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New Game Design (Japanese: 新ゲームデザイン), (slogan: Come and See Video Game Ideas! (Japanese: TVゲームのアイディアが見えてくる!)) is a Japanese book written by Satoshi Tajiri about video game production. It is 160 pages long (of which 1-156 are numbered) and also includes a color fold-out sheet listing different types of games by chronological order under thirteen genres.
The book includes a short four page section about Pokémon Red and Green before they were officially released, in addition to six of Game Freak's other works (Mendel Palace, Yoshi, Mario & Wario, Nontan no KuruKuru Puzzle, Jerry Boy, Pulseman) and many paragraphs about game development, works in the game industry and terminology.
Additionally, the front and back covers appear to have pre-release sprites from Red and Green and possibly other games.
This book was published by Enix and there were approximately 15,000 copies sold. HAL Corporation were also responsible for the production. The dimensions of the book are 21×15.2×1.6 cm (8.3×6×0.6 in).