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Tiertex Design Studios Games

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


Game Boy

Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame [1995]
Disney's Mulan [1998]
FIFA '98: Road to the World Cup [1997]
Hercules [July, 1997]
Madden '97 [1996]
NBA Live '96 [1995]
Olympic Summer Games: Atlanta 1996 [1996]
Small Soldiers [1998]
Toy Story [1996]

Game Boy Advance

Ace Lightning [October 25, 2002]
Carrera Power Slide [2003]
LEGO Soccer Mania [June 17, 2002]
MX 2002 featuring Ricky Carmichael [September 27, 2001]

Game Boy Color

Bob the Builder: Fix It Fun! [September 1, 2001]
Championship Motorcross 2001 Featuring Ricky Carmichael [October, 2000]
Disney/Pixar Toy Story 2 [November, 1999]
Disney's Toy Story Racer [February 28, 2001]
F1 Championship Season 2000 [December, 2000]
FIFA 2000 [November 30, 1999]
Madden NFL 2000 [November, 1999]
Men in Black: The Series [January, 1999]
NHL 2000 [February, 2000]
Noddy and the Birthday Party [December 31, 2000]
Robot Wars: Metal Mayhem [December 7, 2000]
Rocket Power: Gettin' Air [March 27, 2001]
Rugrats: Totally Angelica [May 5, 2000]
Stuart Little: The Journey Home [August 24, 2001]

Game Gear

FIFA International Soccer [1994]
Madden NFL '95 [1995]
Paperboy [1992]
Shaq Fu [1995]
Star Wars [1993]
Strider Returns: Journey From Darkness [1994]
Super Kick Off [1991]
Super Space Invaders [1993]
World Class Leaderboard Golf [1991]
World Cup USA '94 [1994]

Genesis

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade [1992]
International Rugby [1993]
Journey from Darkness: Strider Returns [1990]
Madden NFL '98 [1997]
MIG-29 Fighter Pilot [1993]
Olympic Gold: Barcelona '92 [1992]
Olympic Summer Games: Atlanta 1996 [1996]
Super Kick Off [1992]
Turbo OutRun [1992]

Jaguar

Supercross 3D [December, 1995]

Sega Master System

Gauntlet [1990]
Heroes of the Lance [1991]
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Action Game [1990]
James Pond 2: Codename - Robocod [1991]
Olympic Gold: Barcelona '92 [1992]
Paperboy [1990]
Star Wars [1993]
Strider II [1991]
World Class Leaderboard Golf [1991]
World Cup USA 94 [1992]

SNES

Brunswick World: Tournament of Champions [August, 1997]
Disney's Timon & Pumbaa's Jungle Games [November, 1997]
Madden NFL '98 [November, 1997]
NBA Live '98 [March, 1998]
Olympic Summer Games [June, 1996]
Winter Olympic Games: Lillehammer '94 [February, 1994]
World Cup USA '94 [1994]


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