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Industry Video game industry
Founded 2005
Defunct 18 November 2013
Headquarters Villebon-sur-Yvette, France
Key people
Paul Cuisset
Products Video games

VectorCell was a French video game developer founded in 2005. The company was owned by Paul Cuisset and Lexis Numérique. The company developed Amy for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The company also planned to release Jesus Christ Super-Star on the iOS and Zeebo.

Previous releases include Mr Slime released under the Lexis Numérique label and published through SouthPeak Games in 2008.

In January 2010, VectorCell bought a licence for the Lightsprint middleware for realtime global illumination.[1]

By the lack of success of the Flashback remake, the company suffered from the same fate as Delphine Software International and closed down on 18 November 2013 after bankruptcy and liquidation.


Release Date Titles Genre Platforms
2012 Amy Survival Horror, Stealth PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
2013 Flashback Platform Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC


  1. ^ Lightsprint, news section