| Havok Inc.|
As a leading provider of game development technologies, Havok has over 15 years of experience servicing the most demanding technology requirements for leading game developers. A combination of superior technology and dedication to delivering unparalleled support to its customers has led to the company’s technologies being used in over 600 titles including top franchises such as Halo, The Elder Scrolls, Assassin’s Creed, Call of Duty, Uncharted, Dead Rising and Skylanders. Havok works with the world’s best known publishers and development studios, including Microsoft Games Studios, Sony Computer Entertainment, Nintendo, Activision Blizzard, EA, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Ubisoft, Wargaming, Remedy, Bungie and Infinity Ward. Havok’s cross-platform, professionally supported technology is available for the Xbox One® and Xbox 360™; PlayStation®4, PlayStation®3, and PlayStation® Vita; Wii U; Windows® 8 (Desktop, Tablet and Phone); Windows 7; Android™; iOS; Apple Mac OS and Linux. Havok’s products have also been used to drive special effects in movies such as X-Men First Class, World War Z, Harry Potter, James Bond, and The Matrix. Havok has offices in Dublin (Ireland), San Francisco, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai, and Germany.
Known For: Havok Physics, Havok Destruction, Havoc Cloth, Havoc AI
Headfirst Productions are a small, and rather oddly shapen
team of creative individuals, and have been making computer games under
various guises since the days of the Spectrum (R.I.P). Based in a
converted barn near Sutton Coldfield, England, we make cutting edge
games with the focus on originality, gameplay and outstanding graphics.
For more information on our current projects, check out the games
section. To find out more about the team, check out the personal
profiles and the gallery.
Known For: Simon The Sorcerer, Simon the Sorcerer 2, Simon the Sorcerer 3d, Simon the Sorcerer Pinball, Simomn the Sorcerer Puzzle Pack, The Feeble Files, Elvira's Horrow Pack
| Headlock Inc. Japanese only site |
Headlock has been engaged in the planning, development and management of online games since its founding.
Performing game creation with regard to "online" regardless of device,
such as MMORPG (multiplayer simultaneous participation type online role playing game) for PC, arcade game
production corresponding to online, game for smartphone production It is a company that has come up.
Known For a variety of games in japanese, see here
| Heavy Iron
Recognized as a leader in developing mass-market titles for video game consoles, Heavy Iron Studios, Inc. is an independent video game developer based in Los Angeles, California. Originally founded as a THQ studio in 1999, Heavy Iron has worked in close partnership over the years with creators of high-profile animated feature film and licensed TV properties including Disney*Pixar, Nickelodeon, Warner Bros., 20th Century Fox and Zuffa/UFC to offer compelling, interactive gaming experiences across multiple generations of console platforms. Heavy Iron Studios, Inc. has been a wholly independent and privately held company since June 2009, with a combined lifetime total of over 35 million units in sales, generating over $500 million in revenue, and counting! Some of Heavy Iron’s previous hit titles include SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom, The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, The Incredibles, UFC Trainer, and all three Disney Infinity games. Separating from THQ in 2009, Heavy Iron quickly found its footing as an independent studio, branching out into the company’s first gesture recognition title, UFC Personal Trainer: The Ultimate Fitness System for the Xbox 360 Kinect, PS3 Move, and Wii. To this day, it is one of the top five highest rated fitness games on Metacritic, and also won "Best Alternative Sports Game of E3 2011" from 1UP.com. The next major frontier for Heavy Iron Studios was the 2012 Wii U launch title, Disney’s Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two. With Epic Mickey’s unique storytelling, distinct style, and creative gameplay widely praised by critics, copies of the game sold out on Disney’s own website within hours of its release, and Heavy Iron was thrilled to join forces with the House of Mouse to bring Mickey’s adventures to the next-gen Nintendo console, Wii U. Having solidified its independent relationship with Disney, Heavy Iron – in conjunction with Avalanche Studios – breathed life into 2013’s breakout success, Disney Infinity (PC, iOS, Wii, and Wii U versions). Nominated for the “Favorite Videogame” Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award in 2014, Disney Infinity’s ability to join the world of videogames with the imagination of classic toys was critically acclaimed, and a sequel was just around the corner. Heavy Iron’s contributions to the Disney Infinity franchise continued in 2014, with the release of Disney Infinity: 2.0 (Marvel Superheroes Edition) for the PC in October, and for iOS in November of 2014. Adding select characters from the expansive Marvel Universe and Disney Originals to the new Disney Infinity, the 2.0 Edition was both wildly acclaimed and sought-after, with high pre-orders of figures like Rocket Raccoon outselling toys from its predecessor. The advent of Apple’s Metal software brought even more improvements to Disney Infinity: Marvel Superheroes (2.0 Edition), and took Heavy Iron Studios’ role as a key partner in the franchise’s ongoing development to the next level. 2015 proved to be another banner year for Heavy Iron, with the studio completing its work on Disney Infinity 3.0. The third (and most anticipated) iteration of the Infinity series was released on August 30th and features characters and content from all over Disney’s staggering roster, including Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars. Heavy Iron was thrilled to provide the iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire HDX versions of the game, which continues to enjoy tremendous success as a leading title in video game entertainment for kids (and adults!) of all ages. Another milestone in 2015 was the release of Heavy Iron’s first original IP, an action-puzzler game called Fat City. Initially released in June for the Wii U, Fat City has since been made available on all major platforms, including PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, iOS, Android, and Facebook. The heist-themed brainteaser was also selected for participation in Casual Connect’s Indie Prize competition, and was one of ID@XBOX’s featured titles at Microsoft’s Pre-Pax Open House in August. Thanks to an amazing team of employees, great partnerships, and incredible fans, Heavy Iron Studios celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2014, and its 6th anniversary as an independent studio in 2015. With Disney Infinity 3.0 continuing to garner accolades (including a nomination for The Game Awards 2015’s “Best Family Game”) and several top-secret projects in the pipeline, Heavy Iron is eagerly looking forward to 2016. Stay tuned to our News page and Facebook account for all the updates on what’s next for Heavy Iron Studios!
Known For: A selection of games, see here
| Hello games
Hello Games Ltd is a British video game developer and publisher based in Guildford, England, who are best known for the science fiction adventure game No Man's Sky. Hello Games was founded in August 2008 by former employees from other video game companies, such as Criterion Games, Electronic Arts, and Kuju Entertainment. At the 2010 Develop Awards, they won two awards: Best New Studio and Best Micro Studio. In September 2010, they were listed by The Guardian as one of the 100 most innovative and creative companies of the previous 12 months.At the 2011 Gamescom press event, they announced their second game, Joe Danger 2: The Movie.Hello Games announced a new science fiction adventure game, titled No Man's Sky, at the VGX 2013award show. On 24 December 2013, the studio's offices were flooded after a nearby river broke its bank, with much of the hardware used in the development in the game being destroyed. Originally, No Man's Sky had been set for release in June 2016, but a month prior, Murray announced that the game had been delayed due to need for last minute fixes and polishing, and would launch two months later in August. After the release of No Man's Sky, Hello Games was accused of dishonesty surrounding their promotion of the game, and the subsequent lack of promised features. Most of these missing features were added via numerous post-release updates. At the 2017 Game Developers Conference, Hello Games announced Hello Labs, an initiative to fund multiple experimental and procedural generation projects.
Known for: Joe Danger, Joe Danger 2: The Movie, Joe Danger Infinity, No Man's Sky
| Her Interactive
Her Interactive is a video game company based in Bellevue, Washington. The company was founded as a division of American Laser Games, and spun off as an independent entity. It later bought out its former parent company. The company designs, develops and publishes adventure-mystery games, most of which are based on the Nancy Drew franchise. Her Interactive creates intelligent interactive
entertainment for girls of all ages. The company designs, develops and
markets award-winning interactive CD-ROM games that offer role-playing
mysteries and adventures that girls and adventurous sleuths find both
challenging and fun. Her Interactive's Nancy Drew series offers exciting
adventure game play without violence or gender stereotypes. With years
of experience developing games for girls the company will continue to
identify opportunities for interactive products for girls. Our corporate
mission is to lead the industry toward a new standard of intelligent
interactive entertainment for girls. By providing role-playing
experiences through computer games and online media, Her Interactive's
goal is to open the doors of technology to girls by making computers
more appealing. Our vision is to be the undisputed leader in creating high quality, fun and inspiring games for girls of all ages. Our philosophy is to create an environment that fosters excellence through the art of creative collaboration. We strive to create high quality synergy between game play, story and aesthetics that result in a fun and engaging experience. We hire smart, creative, resourceful and talented people and foster a fun, productive, collaborative and respectful workplace.
Known For: Secrets Can Kill (PC 1998). Stay Tuned for Danger (PC 1999), Message in a Haunted Mansion (PC 2000/GBA 2001), Treasure in the Royal Tower (PC 2001), The Final Scene (PC 2001), Secret of the Scarlet Hand (PC 2002), Ghost Dogs of Moon Lake (PC 2002), The Haunted Carousel (PC 2003), Danger on Deception Island (PC 2003), The Secret of Shadow Ranch (PC 2004), Curse of Blackmoor Manor (PC 2004/DVD 2007), Secret of the Old Clock (PC 2005), Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon (PC 2005), Danger By Design (PC 2006), The Creature of Kapu Cave (PC 2006), The White Wolf of Icicle Creek (PC 2007/Nintendo Wii 2008), Legend of the Crystal Skull (PC 2007), The Phantom of Venice (PC 2008), The Haunting of Castle Malloy (PC 2008), Ransom of the Seven Ships (PC 2009), Warnings at Waverly Academy (PC 2009), Trail of the Twister (PC/Mac 2010), Secrets Can Kill Remastered (PC/Mac 2010), Shadow at the Water's Edge (PC/Mac 2010), The Captive Curse (PC/Mac 2011), Alibi in Ashes (PC/Mac 2011), Tomb of the Lost Queen (PC/Mac 2012), The Deadly Device (PC/Mac 2012), Ghost of Thornton Hall (PC/Mac 2013, iPad/Android/Kindle Fire 2014), The Silent Spy (PC/Mac 2013), The Shattered Medallion (PC/Mac 2014), Labyrinth of Lies (PC/Mac 2014), Sea of Darkness (PC/Mac 2015), Midnight in Salem (PC/Mac Release Date Unknown) - Nancy Drew Dossier - Lights, Camera, Curses (PC 2008), Resorting to Danger (PC 2009), Ship of Shadows (cancelled) - Nancy Drew Mobile Mysteries - Shadow Ranch (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch 2011), Castle Finster (cancelled) - Other releases from Her Interactive - McKenzie & Co (PC 1995), The Vampire Diaries (PC 1996), The Cody Capers: Cody Pops the Case (PC 2007), The Hardy Boys: Treasure on the Tracks (Nintendo DS 2009), Nancy Drew: Codes & Clues (iPad/Android/Kindle Fire 2016)
| High Voltage
High Voltage Software is an American independent game development company located in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Established in 1993, High Voltage Software is known for Hunter: The Reckoning video games and the creation of the major self-funded Wii titles The Conduit, and its sequel. The company most recently released two Virtual Reality titles in partnership with Oculus Studios titled Damaged Core and Dragon Front. High Voltage Software is proud to announce our second game development studio! HVS NOLA opened its doors in December of 2014 and is located at 201 Saint Charles Ave. Suite 2220, New Orleans, LA 70170. We are now actively hiring passionate, talented, experienced people who want to join us in making great games in the heart of New Orleans. If you think you would be a good fit for our team, please apply to the job(s) on our Careers page. If you are an Artist or a Designer, please be sure to include a link to your portfolio. Headquartered in the vibrant Chicago suburb of Hoffman Estates, High Voltage Software has been the leading independent game development studio in the Midwest for over 22 years. Looking forward, we’re moving on to further success under our guiding principle: High Voltage is serious about fun!
Our tenure in the games industry has rewarded us with an impeccable pedigree of over 95 shipped titles; a number that grows by the year! Browse through the games section to see some of them. We have shipped product on nearly every console in existence since 1993. The teams at High Voltage have repeatedly proven the ability to create fun games in any genre and on any platform. We employ more than 100 of the game industry’s most talented individuals in our wholly owned 28,000 square foot development studio, with facilities to handle motion-capture animation, full audio production, game design, tools and technologies, world-class visuals, and QA, High Voltage Software can take any game from an initial concept to a fun final product.
Known For: a long list of game titles, see wiki
| Hinterland studios
We are an independent game studio headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, an international hub for innovation and expertise in game development. Established in 2012 by Raphael van Lierop, Hinterland is a multi-national, multi-ethnic team united around a single goal: to create thought-provoking, story-rich entertainment experiences. Our original fictional settings are conceived from the ground up to exist across multiple mediums and game platforms. Hinterland’s first title, THE LONG DARK launched August 1, 2017.
We aim for our games to foster a sense of social awareness, and we aspire to provide immersive, sophisticated worlds to anyone seeking a mature entertainment experience. Join us on our journey.
Known for: the long dark
| HiTech Creations
HiTech Creations was founded with a simple philosophy by
Dale "HiTech" Addink in 1999. It's not to create a large corporation, a
vast gaming network, or a line of online games. It's just to create one
game, but one that is better than any other like it. Contrary to most
companies, our goal is to keep the company small. We know that with a
singular focus and an experienced cohesive team that enjoys its work,
the production, service, support, and overall level of satisfaction will
be unmatched. Dale fulfilled a lifelong dream when he took a ride in the P-51 "Mad Max" with noted aviation author Robert Shaw, flying alongside in the P-51 "Crazy Horse". Dale won the ride last year as a prize for taking top place in an eight man dog-fighting tournament with Fighter Pilots USA. Bob Shaw took this picture during a formation loop.
| Holy fire games
A small game developer known for only one game, Forsaken Legends is a large scale voxel exploration MMORPG. Craft bases, fight in guild wars, explore procedural worlds, fight epic boss fights, and lots more.
Known for: forsaken legends
| House Marque
Housemarque is an independent game developer that creates downloadable games based on original game concepts and licensed IPs. Housemarque is located in Finland; established in 1995, it is one of the oldest Finnish video game companies existing today. Housemarque is best known for its series of Super Stardust games. Housemarque is an independent entertainment software company
developing original game titles and related software products. Talented
designers and the use of proprietary programming technologies are the
company's key strengths in developing state-of-the- art interactive
Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Housemarque is a game developer working on console and PC. True to our core gamer audience, we prioritize stratified gameplay mechanics and impeccable audiovisual execution to create euphoric gaming experiences.
Housemarque was co-founded in 1995 by Harri Tikkanen and Ilari Kuittinen. Prior to joining forces, Harri and Ilari founded two of Finland’s first game development studios – Bloodhouse and Terramarque.
Today, Housemarque is one of the most experienced and well-known developers of downloadable games for console platforms, with a successful track record spanning 20+ years.
‘Game is King’ is our motto.
Known For: a short list of games, see wiki
| HPS Simulations
HPS Simulations is a publisher of interactive entertainment
software known for their work on their wargame titles Campaign 1776: The
American Revolution, Panzer Campaigns 1: Smolensk '41, and Aide de Camp
II. HPS Simulations is one of the oldest publishers dedicated to producing computer games and simulations for wargamers. Since the company was founded in 1990, HPS has received dozens of awards, including the prestigious Premier Award from Computer Gaming World Magazine.
| Hudson Soft
now merged with Konami |
When we first started making software, our goal was to
ensure the consumer of a value-added product. As an example, take an
undeveloped roll of film. By itself, it is a simple manufactured
product. Once an artistic image is captured on the same roll of film,
however, its value increases with the quality of the image. Hudson aims
to add this artistic value to simple silicon products. However, the
media for supplying video game software has undergone significant
transition, beginning with cartridges and shifting to IC cards, CD-ROM,
and DVD. Packaged formats are likely to continue in the future, but in
the age of the Internet, the use of networks will be the primary source
of information and product dissemination. Hudson's mission is to use
communication and entertainment to bring people together. Using networks
to supply entertaimnent content is undoubtedly the most effective means
of fulfilling this mission. We are confident that by continuing to
improve on our already superior user interface technology, we will be
able to create a fun and exciting world within a virtual realm. In doing
so, we hope to cultivate a new entertainment scene that uses the tools
and technologies of traditional platforms with the connectivity of
networks to facilitate original content advancement. Hudson's
accomplishments in research and development have allowed us to produce
unique concepts in the gaming world. For over twenty-five years, our aim
has been to use superior technology to draw users into our original
world of entertainment software. We will continue to maximize our
resources to drive this destiny. - Kudo Hiroshi.Hudson Soft Co., Ltd, commonly known by its brand name Hudson, was a Japanese video game company that released numerous games for video game consoles, home computers and mobile phones, mainly from the 1980s to the 2000s. It was headquartered in the Midtown Tower in Tokyo Midtown, Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo, Japan, with an additional office in the Hudson Building in Sapporo. Hudson Soft was founded on May 18, 1973. Initially, it dealt with personal computer products, but later expanded to the development and publishing of video games, mobile content, video game peripherals and music recording. Primarily a video game publisher, Hudson developed internally many of the video games it published as well as a few games published by other companies. Hudson is known for series such as Bomberman, Adventure Island, Bloody Roar, and Bonk. Hudson Soft ceased to exist as a company on March 1, 2012 and was merged with Konami Digital Entertainment. Products and services will continue to be provided under the Hudson brand through Konami.
Known For: NEC PC-8801 - 1983 - Binary Land, Bomberman, Dezeni Land, Hitsuji ya-i - 1984 - Donkey Kong 3, Mario Bros. Special, Nuts & Milk, Punch Ball Mario Bros., Salad no Kuni no Tomato Hime - 1985 - Balloon Fight, Excitebike, Golf, Ice Climber, Tennis -1986 - Super Mario Bros. Special - 1987 - Dione - 1988 - Halanipla -- Sharp X1 - 1984 - Hanafuda -1986 - Super Mario Bros. Special -- MSX - 1983 - 3D Bomberman, Binary Land, Bomberman, Cannon Ball, Indian No Bouken, Killer Station, MJ-05, Submarine Shooter, Super Doors, The Spider, Stop the Express (Bousou Tokkyuu Sos; Japanese title) -1984 - Fire Rescue, Hitsuji Yai Pretty Sheep, Kaeru Shooter, Machinegun Joe vs the Mafia, Nuts & Milk, Salad no Kuni no Tomato Hime - 1985 -Binary Land, Challenger, Star Force - 1986 - Hudson's Adventure Island, Bomberman Special, Star Soldier - 1987 - Jagur 5 - 1988 - Wonder Boy, "bomber king" -- ZX Spectrum - 1983 - Bomberman, Bubble Buster, Cannon Ball, Driller Tanks, Itasundorious, Stop the Express - 1984 - Frog Shooter, Vegetable Crash -- Commodore Amiga - 1993 - Yo! Joe! - Beat the Ghosts -- IBM PC and Compatibles - 1993 - Yo! Joe! - Beat the Ghosts -- PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16 - 1987 - China Warrior, Bikkuriman World, Shanghai - 1988 - Jaseiken Necromancer, Yū Yū Jinsei, R-Type Part I, R-Type Part II, Sengoku Mahjong, Keith Courage in Alpha Zones, Appare! Gate Ball, The Legendary Axe - 1989 - Dungeon Explorer, Military Madness, Neutopia, Blazing Lazers, Bonk's Adventure - 1990 - Bomberman, Super Star Soldier, Dragon's Curse, The Legendary Axe II, Super Star Soldier - 1991 - Final Soldier, Neutopia II, Power Eleven, Shockman, Jackie Chan's Action Kung Fu, Bonk's Revenge, Raiden, Super Momotarō Dentetsu II, Doraemon Nobita no Dorabian Night - 1992 - Soldier Blade, World Sports Competition, New Adventure Island - 1993 - Bomberman '94, Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water, Bonk 3: Bonk's Big Adventure - 1994 - The Dynastic Hero - 1995 - Star Parodier -- PC Engine CD ROM - 1988 - No.Ri.Ko Ogawa Noriko, Fighting Street, Bikkuriman Daijikai - 1989 - Cobra - Kokuryū Oh no Densetsu, Tengai Makyō Ziria, Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair, Gambler Jiko Chūshinha - Gekitō 36 Janshi, Ys I & II - 1990 - Mitsubachi Gakuen, Shanghai II, Urusei Yatsura: Stay With You, J.B. Harold Murder Club - 1991 - Cobra II - Densetsu no Otoko, Ys III: Wanderers from Ys, Seiryū Densetsu Monbit, Pomping World, Dragon Slayer Eiyū Densetsu, Populous: The Promised Lands, Super CD-ROM² Taiken Soft Shū - 1992 - Tengai Makyō II Manji Maru, Super Raiden, Star Parodier, Gate of Thunder, 1992 Hudson CD-ROM² Ongaku Zenshū, Adventure Quiz Capcom World Hatena no Daibōken, Lodoss Tō Senki, Doraemon Nobita no Dorabian Night, Ginga Ojōsama Densetsu Yuna
| Humongous Entertainment|
Humongous Entertainment Inc. is an American video game developer. The company is known for its line of educational games for children. The Freddi Fish, Pajama Sam and Spy Fox franchises combined together sold over 15 million copies and earned more than 400 awards of excellence. The company is currently owned by Tommo Inc. Humongous Entertainment was acquired by Tommo Inc. on July 19, 2013. Tommo, Inc. has been publishing video games for over a decade and distributing video games for over 2 decades. When we saw there was a possibility to acquire and reboot this iconic brand of children’s edutainment software, we jumped at the chance. Over the years millions of kids have grown up with Pajama Sam, Putt-Putt, Freddi Fish, Spy Fox and all the great Humongous characters. The new Humongous Entertainment is committed to bringing those games and more to everyone who remembers them with love and affection as well as a new generation of Humongous fans seeing these great titles for the very first time. In January 2014, Tommo re-launched the Humongous.com website and numerous social media sites as part of its commitment to rebuild the Humongous brand. In addition to iTunes, Google Play and The Amazon App Store in 2014 dozens of Humongous titles also debuted on Steam (April) and on Amazon PC Digital Download (May). We’re currently working on a number of projects to bring the Humongous games to a platform near you as soon as possible. Be on the lookout for more information and announcements right here at www.humongous.com. Truly Yours – Team Humongous -- Humongous Entertainment creates high-quality, hand-drawn,
interactive Junior Adventures, Junior Field trips, Junior Arcade,
Humongous Sports and Big Thinkers! games that encourage kids to explore,
discover, learn and have fun. Endearing original characters include
Putt-Putt, Freddi Fish, Pajama Sam, SPY Fox, Fatty Bear and Buzzy the
Knowledge Bug. Founded : March 1992 Ownership : Infogrames, Inc.
(Nasdaq: IFGM)Company Highlights Children of all ages - kids and parents
- connect with Humongous Entertainment's family of adorable original
characters. Putt-Putt, Freddi Fish, Pajama Sam and SPY Fox are
recognized as friends that live in richly detailed, interactive worlds
where children play and learn as they direct the action in a series of
engaging adventures. Humongous Entertainment's latest CD-ROMs use
thousands of frames of hand-drawn animation and exclusive technology to
create true interactive animation. Players seamlessly affect how the
game unfolds with the click of a mouse. The film-like quality of the
interactive animation brings the colorful characters and their worlds to
life. Creatively and technically, Humongous Entertainment continually
breaks new ground. Freddi Fish and the Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds
was one of the world's first Windows 95 CD-ROMs that was used as a
benchmark by Microsoft to test and demonstrate windows 95 worldwide.
Known For: Putt-Putt - Putt-Putt Joins the Parade (1992), Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon (1993), Putt-Putt's Fun Pack (1993), Putt-Putt and Fatty Bear's Activity Pack (1994), Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo (1995), Putt-Putt and Pep's Balloon-o-Rama (1996), Putt-Putt and Pep's Dog on a Stick (1996), Putt-Putt Travels Through Time (1997), Putt-Putt Enters the Race (1998), Putt-Putt's One-Stop Fun Shop (2000), Putt-Putt Joins the Circus (2000), Putt-Putt: Pep's Birthday Surprise (2003), Putt-Putt's Fun House (2013) - Freddi Fish - Freddi Fish and the Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds (1994), Freddi Fish 2: The Case of the Haunted Schoolhouse (1996), Freddi Fish and Luther's Maze Madness (1996), Freddi Fish and Luther's Water Worries (1996), Freddi Fish 3: The Case of the Stolen Conch Shell (1998), Freddi Fish 4: The Case of the Hogfish Rustlers of Briny Gulch (1999), Freddi Fish's One-Stop Fun Shop (2000), Freddi Fish 5: The Case of the Creature of Coral Cove (2001), Freddi Fish: ABC Under the Sea (2010, only for Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi), Freddi Fish's Fun House (2013) - Pajama Sam - Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When It's Dark Outside (1996), Pajama Sam's Sock Works (1997), Pajama Sam 2: Thunder and Lightning Aren't so Frightening (1998), Pajama Sam's Lost & Found (1998), Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat from Your Head to Your Feet (1999/2000), Pajama Sam's One-Stop Fun Shop (2000), Pajama Sam: Games to Play On Any Day (2001), Pajama Sam: Life Is Rough When You Lose Your Stuff! (2003) - Spy Fox - Spy Fox in "Dry Cereal" (1997), Spy Fox in Cheese Chase (1998), Spy Fox 2: "Some Assembly Required" (1999), Spy Fox in Hold the Mustard (1999), Spy Fox 3: "Operation Ozone" (2001) - Blue's Clues - Blue's Birthday Adventure (1998), Blue's ABC Time Activities (1999), Blue's 123 Time Activities (1999), Blue's Treasure Hunt (1999), Blue's Reading Time Activities (2000), Blue's Clues: Blue's Art Time Activities (2000) - Fatty Bear - Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise (1993), Fatty Bear's Fun Pack (1993), Putt-Putt and Fatty Bear's Activity Pack (1994) - Big Thinkers - Big Thinkers Kindergarten (1997), Big Thinkers 1st Grade (1997) - Junior Field Trips - Let's Explore the Airport (1995), Let's Explore the Jungle (1995), Let's Explore the Farm (1995) - Backyard Sports, Backyard Baseball (1997), Backyard Soccer (1998), Backyard Football (1999), Backyard Basketball (2001), Backyard Hockey (2002), Backyard Skateboarding (2004)