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Human Soft Games

With US headquarters in San Diego, Calif., Human Soft develops top-notch titles for console, PC and handheld platforms including mobile devices. The company was formed in 1994 and currently has 35 staff members, largely based at their design studio in Hungary. The company has developed 30+ games to date, working with AAA licenses and top publishers such as Activision, THQ, Eidos, Buena Vista Games, Namco, Sega, CodeMasters, Vivendi Universal, and others.

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Barbie as The Island Princess [October 30, 2007]
Scooby-Doo!: Who's Watching Who? [October 9, 2006]
Tomb Raider: Legend [November 14, 2006]

Game Boy Advance

Ace Combat Advance [February 23, 2005]
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius vs. Jimmy Negatron [September 25, 2002]
Barbie as The Island Princess [October 30, 2007]
Elf: The Movie [November 4, 2004]
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius [November 9, 2001]
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - Legend [November 14, 2006]
Pac-Man Pinball Advance [May 2, 2005]
The Wild Thornberrys Movie [November 13, 2002]


Bomberman '93 [1993]
Bonk 3: Bonk's Big Adventure [1993]
Cratermaze [1990]
Power Tennis [June 25, 1993]
R-Type II [June 3, 1988]


Barbie as The Island Princess [November 1, 2007]

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