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Nobilis Games

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


Crime Scene [2009]
Montessori Music [2009]
Moto Racer DS [November 28, 2008]
My Baby [October, 2008]
My Baby: First Steps [November, 2009]
My Baby Girl [October, 2008]

PC & Miscellaneous

Fantasy Wars (PC) [November, 2007]
Fenimore Fillmore's Revenge (PC) [2009]
Hotel Giant 2 (PC) [February 14, 2009]
Napoleon's Campaigns (PC) [March 28, 2008]
Trine (PC) [September 10, 2009]

PlayStation 2

Mountain Bike Adrenaline [October 9, 2007]
Rebel Raiders: Operation NightHawk [March 21, 2006]

PlayStation 3

Trine [October 22, 2009]


Case Closed - One Truth Prevails: The Mirapolis Investigation [April 3, 2009]
Fast Food Panic [January 27, 2010]
Fix It: Home Improvement Challenge [November 8, 2011]
My Baby: First Steps [November 11, 2009]
Safar’Wii [February 26, 2010]

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