Adeline Software International

Moby ID: 554

  • No Cliché (from 1998 to 2001)

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Adeline Software was an independent French game development studio, best known as the creators of the Little Big Adventures series. It was founded in 1992 by the Infogrames employees Frédérick Raynal (Creative Director), Didier Chanfray (Artistic Director), Yaël Barroz, and Laurent Salmeron.

Adeline was bought by Sega in 1997 to become the console maker's first 100% owned European studio under the name "No Cliche". Many Adeline developers such as Sébastien Viannay, Didier Chanfray, Lionel Chaze and Paul-Henri Michaud came together to work at Little Worlds Studio.

Credited on 7 Games from 1994 to 2015

Little Big Adventure: Enhanced Edition (2015 on Windows)
Moto Racer Advance (2002 on Game Boy Advance)
Toy Racer (2000 on Dreamcast)
Toy Commander (1999 on Dreamcast)
Twinsen's Odyssey (1997 on DOS, Windows, Macintosh...)
Time Commando (1996 on DOS, Windows, PlayStation...)
Relentless: Twinsen's Adventure (1994 on DOS, Windows, PlayStation...)

History +


Company bought by SEGA.

February 1993

Company founded by Frederick Raynal.

Trivia +

No Cliché company location from 1998 to August or September 2000:

No Cliché

27, rue de la villette

69003 Lyon


No Cliché company location from October 2000 to July 2001:

No Cliché

74, rue Maurice Flandin

69003 Lyon


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