OverviewFounded in 2001, Novarama is an independent game development studio located in Barcelona, Spain, experienced in the PC, Xbox360, PSP, GBA and DS platforms. The studio began doing contract work for Planeta and UbiSoft (Monster 4x4: Masters of Metal on PS2/Gamecube), and then moved on to The Triplets on GBA. From there, Novarama released Fallen Lords: Condemnation through OnGames all over Europe.
The studio then moved on to Wild Summer, a humour-based action adventure for PC+Xbox360. In 2006 Novarama and its publisher parted ways, and the company was restructured.
The studio then went on to develop Music Monstars, a music based title for the Nintendo DS, which came out November 2008 all over Europe.
In 2008, Novarama became a First Party External Developer for Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. At E3 2009, Invizimals for the Sony PSP was announced, receiving several awards. The game was released Christmas 2009, selling out in several European countries and selling over 300,000 copies in 8 weeks.
|Invizimals: The Resistance||(2015)|
|InviZimals: The Alliance||(2014)|
|InviZimals: The Lost Tribes||(2014)|
|InviZimals: The Lost Kingdom||(2014)|
|InviZimals: Shadow Zone||(2011)|
|Fallen Lords: Condemnation||(2005)|
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Related Web Sites
- Novarama Technology S.L. (official website)
Logo first used 2001