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Digital Fiction was a Canadian video game developer. Established in 1999 and based in Montreal, the company was founded by the brothers Martin and Robert Lizée. Digital Fiction's first game, Race Fever for the Palm III and Palm OS, was released in October 2000 and published by Ubisoft at retail and by online vendors Handango and Palm Gear. A shareware version was distributed by Sony to demonstrate the color capability of its CLIÉ. Metrowerks also packaged 5,000 copies of the game with its CodeWarrior software. In early 2003, Digital Fiction was attempting to acquire a publisher for its unnamed adventure game that utilized the combat system of their boxing game Black & Bruised.
- 2000 | Race Fever – Palm III, Palm OS (published by Ubisoft, distributed by Handango, Palm Gear)
- 2001 | Boxing Fever – Game Boy Advance (published by THQ)
- 2003 | Black & Bruised – GameCube, PlayStation 2 (published by Majesco Entertainment)
- 2004 | Yu Yu Hakusho: Dark Tournament – PlayStation 2 (published by Atari)
- 2007 | Rocky Balboa – PlayStation Portable (published by Ubisoft)
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