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Nobilis France

Moby ID: 5013

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Founded in 2001 in France (Lyon), Nobilis was a videogames distribution company. Brain-child of three videogames senior executives, Nobilis France distributes videogames on PC, Xbox, PlayStation 2, GameCube and Game Boy Advance for companies such as Davilex, DreamCatcher, Enlight Software, Kemco, Koch Media, Midway, Monte Cristo, Paradox Entertainment, Strategy First, The Adventure Company, Xicat Interactive, Zoo Digital and Radica.

The French group is the original company. It also has several distribution subsidiaries in France (Lyon), Spain (Nobilis Ibérica in Madrid), Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg (Nobilis Benelux in Brussels), and an office in Italy (Rome).

Activity of the company's website and publishing ceased in 2010.

Credited on 99 Games from 2001 to 2012

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Moto Racer Collection (2012 on Windows)
Fix It: Home Improvement Challenge (2010 on Nintendo DS, Windows)
Cookie Shop (2009 on Nintendo DS)
Buccaneer: The Pursuit of Infamy (2008 on Windows)
King's Bounty: The Legend (Collector Edition) (2008 on Windows)
Spectral Force: Genesis (2008 on Nintendo DS)
King's Bounty: The Legend (2008 on Windows, Macintosh)
From the Abyss (2008 on Nintendo DS)
Double Jeu: 7 Sins / Zoom: Paparazzi in Action (2008 on Windows)
Speedball 2: Tournament (2007 on Windows)
Emma at the Farm (2007 on Nintendo DS)
Hard to Be a God (2007 on Windows)
Fantasy Wars (2007 on Windows)
UFO Trilogy (2007 on Windows)
Attack on Pearl Harbor (2007 on Windows)
Cleopatra: Riddle of the Tomb (2007 on Windows, Macintosh)
Delaware St. John: Volume 3: The Seacliff Tragedy (2007 on Windows)
Helldorado (2007 on Windows)
Mountain Bike Adrenaline (2007 on Windows, PlayStation 2)
Death to Spies (2007 on Windows)

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March 24, 2004

The company signs a long-term distribution deal with Project Three Interactive.

June 2003

A Spanish division is formed: Nobilis Ibérica, based in Madrid.


Company launches a Value line-up: new games for a reduced price.


Company is founded by three industry veterans.

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