Neko Entertainment

Neko Entertainment
European Private Company
Founded 1999
Headquarters Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, France
Products Video games
Website Neko Entertainment

Neko Entertainment is a French video game developer and publisher located in a suburb of Paris, France. It was founded in 1999. Neko's productions are based on an evolutionary development platform for 3D consoles called the Neko Game Development Kit which allows the company to simultaneously develop games across all platforms and to rapidly port existing games.

Neko Entertainment is licensed to develop for 3DS, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, Wii, Wii U, Windows and Xbox 360.

Games developed and published

Title Developer Publisher Release Date Platforms
Charlie's Angels Neko EntertainmentUbisoft 2003 GameCube, PlayStation 2
Cocoto Platform JumperNeko Entertainment BigBen Interactive2004 GameCube, PlayStation 2, Windows, WiiWare
WWF Panda JuniorNeko EntertainmentSG Diffusion[1]2004 Windows
Cocoto Kart RacerNeko Entertainment BigBen Interactive, Conspiracy Entertainment2005 Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, Wii, Windows
Crazy Frog RacerNeko Entertainment Digital Jesters2005 PlayStation 2, Windows
Super Army WarNeko Entertainment Neko Entertainment2005 Game Boy Advance
Nicktoons UniteNeko Entertainment THQ2005 PlayStation 2, Nintendo Gamecube
Cocoto FunfairNeko Entertainment BigBen Interactive2006 GameCube, PlayStation 2, Wii
Franklin : A Birthday SurpriseNeko Entertainment The Game Factory[2]2006 PlayStation 2
Franklin's Great AdventuresNeko EntertainmentThe Game Factory[3]2006 Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS
Back to StoneHidden FloorNeko Entertainment2006Game Boy Advance
Arthur and the MinimoysNeko Entertainment Atari2007 Nintendo DS
Build-A-Bear WorkshopNeko Entertainment The Game Factory2007 Nintendo DS
Cocoto Fishing MasterNeko Entertainment BigBen Interactive2007 PlayStation 2, WiiWare
Crazy Frog Racer 2Neko Entertainment Valcon Games,
Digital Jesters[4]
2007 PlayStation 2, Windows
Go West! A Lucky Luke AdventureNeko Entertainment Atari[5]2007 Nintendo DS
Heracles Chariot RacingNeko Entertainment Midas Interactive2007, 2009 PlayStation 2, WiiWare, PlayStation Portable
Legend of the DragonNeko Entertainment The Game Factory2007 PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Wii
Postman Pat and the Greendale RocketNeko Entertainment
co-developed with Otaboo[6]
The Game Factory2007 Game Boy Advance
Bratz KidzNeko Entertainment The Game Factory2008 Nintendo DS, Wii
Bratz Ponyz 2Neko Entertainment The Game Factory2008 Nintendo DS
Code Lyoko: Quest for InfinityNeko Entertainment The Game Factory2008 PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
Build-A-Bear Workshop: A Friend Fur All SeasonsNeko Entertainment The Game Factory[7]2008 Wii
Maestro! Jump in MusicPastagames Neko Entertainment2009 Nintendo DS, iOS
Marvel Super Heroes 3D: Grandmaster's ChallengeNeko Entertainment BigBen Interactive2010 Wii
PuddleNeko Entertainment Konami2012 Nintendo 3DS, WiiU, Windows, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox 360, iOS, Android
Poöf vs. the Cursed KittyArkedo StudioNeko Entertainment 2013 Windows
The Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret PathsNeko Entertainment Ynnis Interactive2013 Nintendo 3DS, WiiU, Windows, iOS
Kung Fu RabbitNeko Entertainment Neko Entertainment 2013, 2014 Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Wii U
NekoBuro – Cats BlockNeko Entertainment FK Digital / Achtung!2015 PlayStation Vita
HeartZNeko Entertainment 2016 Windows, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4


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