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Enjoy Up! Games

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


Fantasy Pirates [July 23, 2015]


3,2,1...WordsUp! [July 5, 2012]
99Bullets [May 23, 2011]
99Moves [January 31, 2013]
99Seconds [May 31, 2012]
Abyss [August 23, 2012]
Armageddon Operation Dragon [May 2, 2013]
Battle of the Elements [November 24, 2011]
Bugs'N'Balls [September 29, 2011]
Little Red Riding Hood's Zombie BBQ [October 31, 2008]


Chronos Twins DX [January 11, 2010]
La-Mulana [September 20, 2012]
Pinocchio's Puzzle [November 17, 2011]
Soccer Up! [December 22, 2011]
Xmas Puzzle [December 1, 2011]

Wii U

99Moves [December 18, 2014]
99Seconds [October 2, 2014]
Abyss [May 1, 2014]
Darts Up [September 25, 2014]
FullBlast [June 4, 2015]
Funk of Titans [May 14, 2015]
Rock 'N Racing Off Road [January 19, 2015]
Rock Zombie [October 30, 2014]
Spy Chameleon [December 25, 2014]
Unepic [January 16, 2014]

There are numerous companies in the industry, and their names change like the weather. The information above is not particular about the finer details. Acquisitions are common, so companies with no recent listings may still be developing games under a new name. For example, DMA Design currently has a Rockstar name. Do you know of a title that is not listed above but should be? Be sure and let a staff member know. You can contact staff if you click here.

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