Delphine Software International
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Moto Racer series
Delphine Software International was a French video game developer. They were famous for publishing Another World and creating the cinematic platform game Flashback, which bore a similarity to Prince of Persia, both in gameplay and in its use of rotoscoped animation. They were also known for their Moto Racer series.
Delphine Software International (DSI) was created in 1988 as a part of the Delphine Group and was initially based in Paris. It was headed by Paul de Senneville, and co-directed by Paul Cuisset, who was the company lead designer.
In 1993, a subsidiary company named Adeline Software International was created. In 2001, DSI relocated to Saint-Ouen. In December 2002, the company was removed from the Delphine Group. In February 2003, Delphine Software was sold to French game development company Doki Denki. Doki Denki closed down in July 2004 after bankruptcy and liquidation. Their official website has since shut down. As a consequence, Adeline also shut down around the same time.
|1989||Castle Warrior||Amiga, Atari ST|
|Future Wars||Amiga, Atari ST, DOS|
|1991||Another World||3DO, Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, DOS, Classic Mac OS, Super NES, Mega Drive/Genesis|
|Cruise for a Corpse||Amiga, Atari ST, DOS|
|1992||Flashback||3DO, Acorn Archimedes, Amiga, Atari Jaguar, CD-i, DOS, FM Towns, Classic Mac OS, NEC PC-9801, Mega-CD/Sega-CD, Mega Drive/Genesis, Super NES|
|1994||Shaq Fu||Mega Drive/Genesis, Super NES|
|1995||Fade to Black||DOS, PlayStation|
|1997||Moto Racer||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation|
|1998||Moto Racer 2|
|1999||Darkstone: Evil Reigns|
|2000||Moto Racer World Tour||PlayStation|
|2001||Moto Racer 3||Microsoft Windows|
|2002||Moto Racer Advance||Game Boy Advance|
|Unfinished||Shaq-Fu 2||Mega Drive/Genesis, Super NES|
|Humanity Project||Microsoft Windows|
|Devil Canvas||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2|
|Legions of Fear|
|Moto Racer Traffic||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox|
- Shaq-Fu 2 page from Thierry Levastre's portfolio
- "Humanity Project page from Thierry Levastre's portfolio". Archived from the original on 1 January 2014. Retrieved 31 December 2013.
- Humanity Project page from Michel Frédéric's portfolio
- Devil Canvas page from Thierry Levastre's portfolio
- Devil Canvas page from Michel Frédéric's portfolio
- Delphine Software page from a former employee