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TDK Mediactive Games

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


Game Boy Advance

Corvette [November 11, 2003]
Dinotopia: The Timestone Pirates [April 30, 2002]
Jim Henson's Muppets in Spy Muppets: License to Croak [November 18, 2003]
Koinu-Chan no Hajimete no Osanpo: Koino no Kokoro Ikusei Game [November 14, 2003]
Lady Sia [October 15, 2001]
Masters of the Universe: He-Man - Power of Grayskull [October 29, 2002]
The Muppets: On with the Show! [March 18, 2003]
No Rules: Get Phat [November 25, 2001]
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl [July 1, 2003]
Robotech: The Macross Saga [October 27, 2002]
Shrek: Hassle at the Castle [October 10, 2002]
Shrek: Reekin' Havoc [July 30, 2003]
Shrek Swamp Kart Speedway [March 19, 2002]

Game Boy Color

Shrek: Fairy Tale Freakdown [May 29, 2001]
Tonka Construction Site [May 30, 2002]
Wendy: Every Witch Way [August 28, 2001]

GameCube

Aquaman: Battle for Atlantis [July 30, 2003]
Casper: Spirit Dimensions [September 20, 2002]
Conan: The Dark Axe [April 15, 2005]
Corvette [unknown]
Darkened Skye [November 2, 2002]
Dinotopia: The Sunshine Odyssey [July 15, 2003]
The Haunted Mansion [October 14, 2003]
He-Man: Masters of the Universe [unknown]
Knights of the Temple [March 19, 2004]
Muppets Party Cruise [November 24, 2003]
Outlaw Golf [October 30, 2002]
Robotech: Battlecry [October 15, 2002]
Shrek Extra Large [October 30, 2002]
Shrek Super Party [May 27, 2003]
Tonka Rescue Patrol [November 24, 2003]
World Racing [April 8, 2004]

PlayStation

The Land Before Time: Big Water Adventure [November 27, 2002]
The Land Before Time: Great Valley Racing Adventure [May 4, 2001]
Shrek Treasure Hunt [October 16, 2002]

PlayStation 2

Casper: Spirit Dimensions [October 2, 2001]
Conan [May 7, 2004]
Corvette [March 10, 2004]
The Haunted Mansion [October 16, 2003]
Knights of the Temple II [October 24, 2005]
Knights of the Temple: Infernal Crusade [June 4, 2004]
Muppets: Party Cruise [November 11, 2003]
Outlaw Golf [November 21, 2003]
Outlaw Volleyball Remixed [May 19, 2005]
PRYZM Chapter One: The Dark Unicorn [June 11, 2002]
Robotech: Battlecry [September 23, 2002]
Shrek Super Party [November 16, 2002]
Star Trek: Shattered Universe [January 13, 2004]
World Racing [September 19, 2003]

Xbox

Aquaman: Battle for Atlantis [July 30, 2003]
Conan [April 8, 2004]
Corvette [December 10, 2003]
Dinotopia: The Sunshine Odyssey [July 31, 2003]
The Haunted Mansion [October 14, 2003]
Knights of the Temple II [December 14, 2005]
Knights of the Temple: Infernal Crusade [April 8, 2004]
Outlaw Golf [June 10, 2002]
Outlaw Volleyball [July 9, 2003]
Robotech: Battlecry [September 25, 2002]
SeaBlade [November 20, 2002]
Shrek [November 14, 2001]
Shrek: Super Party [November 29, 2002]
Star Trek: Shattered Universe [January 14, 2004]
UFC: Tapout 2 [March 20, 2003]
World Racing [March 20, 2003]


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