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Collision Studios Games

Collision Studios is a leading developer of entertainment based games across multiple platforms. Staffed by industry professionals from top tier developers and publishers, the team has worked on a variety of high profile franchises.


Brave: Shaman's Challenge [August 28, 2009]

Game Boy Advance

Camp Lazlo: Leaky Lake Games [October 17, 2006]
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends [October 17, 2006]

PlayStation 2

Jumper: Griffin's Story [February 12, 2008]


300: March to Glory [February 27, 2006]
Brave: A Warrior's Tale [October, 2008]


Brave: A Warrior's Tale [August 10, 2009]
City Builder [June 8, 2010]
Daisy Fuentes Pilates [August 4, 2009]
Hall of Fame: Ultimate Hoops Challenge [March 23, 2010]
Jillian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum 2010 [October 6, 2009]
Jillian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum 2011 [November 16, 2010]
Jumper: Griffin's Story [February 12, 2008]

Xbox 360

Brave: A Warrior's Tale [October, 2008]

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