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Neko Entertainment SARL

Moby ID: 5905

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Since 1999 Neko Entertainment has been developing video games exclusively for consoles and PC. Neko's productions are based around an evolutionary development platform for 3D consoles called the Neko Game Development Kit (NGDK). This in-house technology allows our team to simultaneously develop games across all platforms and to rapidly port existing games.

Neko Entertainment is licensed to develop for the Nintendo Wii, Sony PSP, Sony Playstation 2, Nintendo DS, Nintendo GameCube , Microsoft Xbox 360, Nintendo GameBoy Advance and PC.

Credited on 93 Games from 2001 to 2017

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Farming Simulator 18 (2017 on PlayStation 4, PS Vita, iPhone...)
HeartZ: Co-Hope Puzzles (2016 on Linux, Windows, Macintosh...)
Californium (2016 on Windows, Macintosh)
Replay: VHS is Not Dead (2015 on Windows, Wii U, Xbox One...)
NekoBuro: Cats Block (2015 on PS Vita)
Paddington: Adventures in London (2015 on Nintendo 3DS)
Best of Arcade Games: Air Hockey (2015 on Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PS Vita)
Best of Arcade Games: Brick Breaker (2015 on Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita, PlayStation 3)
Best of Arcade Games: Bubble Buster (2015 on Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PS Vita)
Best of Arcade Games: Tetraminos (2015 on Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita, PlayStation 3)
Best of Board Games: Chess (2014 on PS Vita, PlayStation 3, Nintendo 3DS)
Best of Board Games: Mah-jong (2014 on Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PS Vita)
Best of Board Games: Solitaire (2014 on PS Vita, PlayStation 3, Nintendo 3DS)
Pix the Cat (2014 on Windows, PS Vita, PlayStation 4...)
Crouching Pony Hidden Dragon (2014 on Windows)
Gauge (2014 on Windows)
Cocoto: Magic Circus 2 (2014 on Wii U)
Wooden Sen'SeY (2013 on Windows, Wii U, Tomahawk F1...)
The Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret Paths (2013 on Windows, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U...)
Po├Âf vs The Cursed Kitty (2013 on Windows, Macintosh, Linux)

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History +

1999

Company founded by Fr├ęderic Zimmer, Laurent Lichnewsky and Sotheara Khem in France.

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The word Neko means cat in Japan. This animal is depicted on the logo.

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