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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 Game}}s, it released a few {{Adventure Game}}s under the "Cinématique" sublabel.

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



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DSI had a sister company, Adeline Software, which developed ''VideoGame/LittleBigAdventure'' and ''VideoGame/TimeCommando'' before its studio was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} to develop games for the SegaDreamcast under the name No Cliché.

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DSI had a sister company, Adeline Software, which developed ''VideoGame/LittleBigAdventure'' and ''VideoGame/TimeCommando'' before its studio was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} to develop games for the SegaDreamcast UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast under the name No Cliché.


* ''Operation Stealth'' (alias ''James Bond: The Stealth Affair'')

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* ''Operation Stealth'' (alias ''James Bond: The Stealth Affair'')''VideoGame/JamesBond007TheStealthAffair'')


** ''Heart of the Alien''

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DSI had a sister company, Adeline Software, which developed ''VideoGame/LittleBigAdventure'' and ''VideoGame/TimeCommando'' before its studio was acquired by Creator/{{Sega}} to develop games for the SegaDreamcast under the name No Cliché.


** ''VideoGame/HeartOfTheAlien''
* ''VideoGame/BioChallenge''
* ''VideoGame/CastleWarrior''
* ''VideoGame/CruiseForACorpse''

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** ''VideoGame/HeartOfTheAlien''
''Heart of the Alien''
* ''VideoGame/BioChallenge''
''Bio Challenge''
* ''VideoGame/CastleWarrior''
''Castle Warrior''
* ''VideoGame/CruiseForACorpse''''Cruise for a Corpse''



** ''VideoGame/FadeToBlack''

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** ''VideoGame/FadeToBlack''''Fade to Black''


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* ''VideoGame/BioChallenge''
* ''VideoGame/CastleWarrior''
* ''VideoGame/CruiseForACorpse''
* ''VideoGame/{{Darkstone}}''
* ''VideoGame/{{Flashback}}''
** ''VideoGame/FadeToBlack''
* ''VideoGame/FutureWars''
* ''Moto Racer'' series
* ''Operation Stealth'' (alias ''James Bond: The Stealth Affair'')
* ''VideoGame/ShaqFu''

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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 Game}}s, it released a few {{Adventure Game}}s under the "Cinématique" sublabel.
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!!Games developed:
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* ''VideoGame/AnotherWorld''
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