Phoenix Games is a partly-defunct Dutch video game publisher founded by Willie Horden, Paul Share (died 2011) and Steve Share, that released a large amount of low-effort titles for the Sony PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, Microsoft Windows and the Nintendo Wii. They had contracts with over 50 developer studios around the globe.
They published games based on Dingo Pictures films on the aforementioned consoles (barring Windows). Their last known published game was Lion and the King 3 on Nintendo DS, released on February 12th, 2010.
List of movies published
- ...noch mehr Dalmatiner: released as Dalmatians 2, Dalmatians 3 & Dalmatians 4 (for the PS, PS2 and the Wii/DS, respectively)
- Das unglaubliche Fussballspiel der Tiere: released as Animal Football & Animal Soccer World (for the PS and PS2, respectively)
- Atlantis: Der verlorene Kontinent: released as Atlantis: The Lost Continent & Empire of Atlantis (for the PS and PS2, respectively)
- Toys: Das Geburtstagsgeschenk: released as Toys & The Toys Room (for the PS and PS2, respectively)
- Abenteuer im Land der Dinosaurier: released as Dinosaurs & Dinosaur Adventure (for the PS and PS2, respectively)
- Ein Fall für die Mäusepolizei: released as Detective Mouse & The Mouse Police (for the PS and PS2, respectively)
- Winkie der kleine Bär: released as Winky the Little Bear & Countryside Bears (for the PS and PS2, respectively)
- Der König der Tiere: das grosse Abenteuer: released as Lion and the King 2, Son of the Lion King & Lion and the King 3 (for the PS, PS2 and the Wii/DS, respectively)
- Das unglaubliche Fussballspiel der Tiere, a movie that previously was not dubbed into English, was dubbed by a possibly in-house studio, with the voice actors seeming to consist of one or two men, probably of Dutch descent.