Metro3D, Inc.

Moby ID: 2779

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Metro3D, Inc. was a North American publisher based in San Jose, California. The company was founded in 1997. After having released several games for console and handheld systems, Metro3D went bankrupt in 2004.

Credited on 19 Games from 1999 to 2004

Gem Smashers (2003 on Game Boy Advance)
R-Type Final (2003 on PlayStation 2)
Stake: Fortune Fighters (2003 on Xbox)
RC Cars (2002 on Windows, PlayStation 2)
Dual Blades (2002 on Game Boy Advance)
Sub Rebellion (2002 on PlayStation 2)
Armored Core 3 (2002 on PlayStation 2, PSP, PS Vita)
King's Field: The Ancient City (2001 on PlayStation 2)
Dark Angel: Vampire Apocalypse (2001 on PlayStation 2)
Armored Core 2: Another Age (2001 on PlayStation 2)
Armada F/X Racers (2000 on Game Boy Color)
Puzzle Master (1999 on Game Boy Color)
Armada (1999 on Dreamcast)
Classic Bubble Bobble (1999 on Game Boy Color)
Chase H.Q.: Secret Police (1999 on Game Boy Color)
Aero the Acro-Bat (1993 on Game Boy Advance, SNES, Genesis...)
Wings (1990 on Game Boy Advance, Amiga, BlackBerry...)
The Three Stooges (1987 on DOS, PlayStation, Game Boy Advance...)
Defender of the Crown (1986 on DOS, Windows, PC Booter...)

History +

June 2005

Metro3D, Inc. shareholders sells its European division to Stewart Green, who re-establishes it as Metro3D Europe


The company enters bankruptcy proceedings after defaulting on a series of loans. Eventually, Metro3D, Inc. will disappear.


Company founded.

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The company website was


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