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Video game developer (a part of THQ)
Industry Computer and video game industry
Fate Closed by THQ
Successor DoubleTap Games
Founded July 2000
Defunct November 3, 2008
Products Video games for handheld game consoles
Parent THQ

Helixe was an American video game developer that developed mainly for Nintendo handhelds. The company was founded in July 2000 and was owned by THQ. It developed titles for Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS.

Helixe was shut down on November 3, 2008 along with other THQ studios. Former employees of Helixe later founded DoubleTap Games.[1]

Games developed[edit]