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Microids Games

The Index+ team, under the direction of Emmanuel Olivier, announced in November of 2007 the re-launched MICROIDS brand. The aim is to focus on the creation and production of video games.

Created in 1984, MICROIDS is a pioneer in the video game industry. As a producer and publisher of video games, MICROIDS has one of the world's largest adventure catalogues, bringing together titles from Index+, Wanadoo Edition and MICROIDS. International successes include Still Life, Syberia (the adventures of Kate Walker), Amerzone and Dracula.

"Our vision at MICROIDS goes beyond mere entertainment. We hope to reinforce the social ties and push the limits of collective imagination and the intelligence," explains Emmanuel Olivier.

MICROIDS already works with labels and creative talents such as Tetraedge, Kheops Studio, Game Consulting and Benoît Sokal (White Birds), and hopes to continue these successful collaborations in the spirit of sharing the vision of creating original content.

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Game Boy Advance

Casper [2002]
Tennis Masters Series 2003 [September 25, 2002]

Game Boy Color

The Fish Files [November 29, 2001]
Fort Boyard [November 9, 2001]
Halloween Racer [1999]
The New Addams Family [December 17, 2001]

PC & Miscellaneous

Syberia (PC) [2002]
Syberia II (PC) [March 29, 2004]


Amerzone: The Explorer's Legacy [December 13, 1999]
Dracula: The Resurrection [June, 2001]
Extreme Snowbreak [March, 1998]
Invasion [February, 1999]
The Last Report [March, 1998]
The Mission [December 22, 2000]
Monster Racer [2001]
Saban's Iznogoud [June, 1998]
Snow Extreme Break [1998]
Warm-Up! GP 2001 [February 9, 2001]
X'treme Roller [October 5, 2001]

PlayStation 2

Ben Hur: Blood of Braves [February 28, 2003]
Master Rallye [November 15, 2002]
Syberia [March 28, 2003]
Syberia II [November 26, 2004]
Tennis Masters Series 2003 [July 25, 2003]


Knight's Apprentice: Memorick's Adventures [June 15, 2004]
Obscure [April 6, 2005]
Pilot Down: Behind Enemey Lines [September 9, 2005]
Still Life [June 6, 2005]
Syberia [July 23, 2003]
Syberia II [October 5, 2004]
Tennis Masters Series 2003 [August 7, 2003]

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