RFX Interactive

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RFX Interactive Software SARL
Industry Video game industry
Founded 28 August 1998; 19 years ago (1998-08-28)
Founder Bernard Auré
Defunct 2003 (2003)
Headquarters Nanterre, France
Key people
Bernard Auré (managing director)
Website www.rfx-interactive.com (defunct)

RFX Interactive Software SARL (commonly referred to as RFX Interactive) was a French video game developer based in Nanterre, France. Founded on 28 August 1998 by Bernard Auré, the company focused on handheld video game development. The company closed in 2003, and with their publisher, TDK Mediactive, being acquired by Take-Two Interactive, three titles in development were cancelled.[1]

Games developed[edit]

Year Title Platform(s) Publisher(s)
2000 Tonic Trouble Game Boy Color Ubi Soft
Inspector Gadget: Operation Madkactus Light & Shadow Production / Ubi Soft
2001 Merlin Light & Shadow Production / Electronic Arts
Antz Racing
Lady Sia Game Boy Advance TDK Mediactive
2002 Dinotopia: The Timestone Pirates
Turok: Evolution Acclaim Entertainment
Cancelled Sword of Sia: Lady Sia 2 TDK Mediactive
Dinotopia 2
Lady Sia 3D GameCube, PlayStation 2


  1. ^ Taborelli, Luca. "Beta & Cancelled RFX Interactive Videogames". Unseen64. Retrieved 8 May 2016. 

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