Davilex Games

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Davilex Games B.V.
IndustryVideo games
Founded1986; 36 years ago (1986)
Defunct2005; 17 years ago (2005)
Headquarters,

Davilex Games B.V. was a video game developer and video game publisher, located in Houten, Utrecht, Netherlands. It was founded in 1986 as part of Davilex International, and is most well known for its Racer franchise, with the games London Racer and London Racer II selling over 600,000 copies in the UK.[citation needed] Autobahn Raser's sales in the German market totaled 103,000 units from January through September 1998, which made it the region's sixth-best-selling computer game during that period.[1] In February 1999, Autobahn Raser's computer version received a "Gold" award from the Verband der Unterhaltungssoftware Deutschland (VUD),[2] indicating sales of at least 100,000 units across Germany, Austria and Switzerland.[3] Davilex closed the game division in 2005 because it was not profitable enough, and their games were generally not well received.[4]

Games[edit]

Davilex Racer series[edit]

  • Autobahn Raser-series
  • A2 Racer-series
  • Europe Racer
  • USA Racer
  • Holiday Racer
  • London Racer-series
  • Grachten Racer

Other games[edit]

  • AmsterDoom (Amsterdam Monster Madness)
  • Knight Rider: The Game
  • Knight Rider: The Game 2
  • Casino Tycoon
  • SAS Anti-terror Force
  • GIGN Anti-terror Force
  • Invasion Deutschland
  • Red Baron
  • Miami Vice
  • Police Chase
  • Amsterdam Taxi Madness
  • 112 Reddingshelikopter (112 Rescue helicopter)
  • RedCat series
  • Beach King Stunt Racer
  • K 2000: The Game
  • Inspecteur Banaan en de ontvoering van Mabella (Inspector Banana and the kidnapping of Mabella)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Müller, Eva; Canibol, Hans-Peter (November 23, 1998). "Die Spaßmaschine". Focus (in German). Archived from the original on December 6, 2018.
  2. ^ "Erste Doppel-Platin Auszeichnungen durch den VUD" (Press release) (in German). Paderborn: Verband der Unterhaltungssoftware Deutschland. February 18, 1999. Archived from the original on March 12, 2000. Retrieved July 19, 2019.
  3. ^ "VUD Sales Awards: November 2002" (Press release) (in German). Verband der Unterhaltungssoftware Deutschland. Archived from the original on January 10, 2003. Retrieved July 19, 2019.
  4. ^ Lenting, T. (2019), Gamegeschiedenis van Nederland 1978-2018. Karel van Mander Academy: Arnhem, p. 42-43. (in Dutch)

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