David A. Palmer Productions

Moby ID: 2506

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  • Citizen Software
  • PAL Developments (from 1988 to 1993)
  • P.A.L. Developments (from 1988 to 1993)

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David A. Palmer Productions is a computer software development company. Their forte is in the production of Nintendo Gameboy Advance and now more recently in GameCube development. Having a significant history of completed projects under their belts and gained a reputation for quality and timely delivery.

In the last decade the company has successfully produced 15 title on GB/GBC/GBA, four on other platforms and three software projects in music and networking.

They are now moving more into development for the next generation of games consoles from Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony, all the major handheld and mobile gaming platforms.

They are based in Sheffield, England. The original parent company was formed in 1977.

[Source: www.gamesproducer.com]

Credited on 46 Games from 1988 to 2006

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Tringo (2006 on Game Boy Advance)
Sky Dancers (2005 on Game Boy Advance)
Tokyo Xtreme Racer Advance (2005 on Game Boy Advance)
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002 on Game Boy Advance)
Commander Keen (2001 on Game Boy Color)
Men in Black: The Series (2001 on Game Boy Advance)
Men in Black: The Series 2 (2000 on Game Boy Color)
Earthworm Jim: Menace 2 the Galaxy (1999 on Game Boy Color)
Gex 3: Deep Pocket Gecko (1999 on Game Boy Color)
Babe and Friends (1999 on Game Boy Color)
Pitfall: Beyond the Jungle (1998 on Game Boy Color)
Gex: Enter the Gecko (1998 on Game Boy Color)
Taz-Mania (1994 on Game Boy)
Doom (1993 on Linux, DOS, Windows...)
Dennis the Menace (1993 on Game Boy)
Dennis the Menace (1993 on SNES, Amiga, Amiga CD32)
Speedy Gonzales (1993 on Game Boy)
Potsworth & Co. (1992 on Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum...)
Yogi's Big Clean Up (1992 on Amiga, Atari ST)
Alien World (1991 on Amiga, Commodore 64, Atari ST)

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History +

1993

PAL Developments changes name into David A. Palmer Productions and becomes an official Nintendo developer.

1988

Company is founded.

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