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Sproing Interactive Media Games

Information in the game database is updated periodically. Below, you'll find that information compiled as pertains to Sproing Interactive Media. The company may be involved as a publisher, developer or both.


Astrology DS: The Stars In Your Hands [September 22, 2009]
Paws & Claws: Dogs & Cats Best Friend [October 3, 2007]
Undercover: Dual Motives [2007]

Game Boy Advance

Best Friends: Hunde & Katzen [October 23, 2006]
Crazy Chicken 3 [July 11, 2002]
Ultimate Winter Games [January, 2004]


12 Volt [unknown]


Crazy Chicken Kart [November 17, 2003]
Moorhuhn X [July 20, 2005]
Schnappi [July 18, 2005]

PlayStation 2

Crazy Chicken Fun Kart 2008 [March 26, 2008]
Crazy Chicken X [November 17, 2006]
Jacked [November 23, 2003]


Dance! It's Your Stage [September 30, 2011]
Schlag den Raab [September 10, 2010]
Schlag den Raab: Das 2. Spiel [October 19, 2011]
Schlag den Raab: Das 3. Spiel [September 11, 2012]


Jacked [February 10, 2006]

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