Creator / Delphine Software International

Delphine Software International (DSI for short, and just Delphine Software before 1992) was a video game development company based in Paris. It was founded in 1988 and closed in 2004. Its best-known games laid claim to "cinematic" aesthetic principles: besides its Cinematic Platform Games, it released a few Adventure Games under the "Cinématique" sublabel.

DSI had a sister company, Adeline Software, which developed Little Big Adventure and Time Commando before its studio was acquired by Sega to develop games for the Sega Dreamcast under the name No Cliché.

Games developed: