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Apr 9, 2012 at 4:02:37 PM
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Apr 20, 2012 at 12:35:11 AM
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Xed has asked me to manage a list for the first post. So I'm doing it here
for safe keeping... also thanks for starting it for me Tatn
fritsjansma for 17 codes, Nintendawg for 2 codes & Razorblade1812 for 3 codes enabling games to be added to the data base

picture = the cover was designed at least
:!: = whats up with these codes in the data database?
:?: = ?
:arrow: = needs code so can be added to database

Grand Slam Tennis :?:
Little Red Riding Hood :?:
Pinball Wizard :?:
Xenic :?:
Thunderstrike Operation :?:

21 Card Games (SLES53357)
Air Raid 3 (SLES53772)
American Pool 2 (SLES00003 :!: )
Animal Soccer World (SLES52371)
Arcade Action - 30 Games (SLES52949)
Arcade USA (SLES53446)
Board Games Gallery (SLES52714)
Carwash Tycoon (SLES53922)
Cartoon Kingdom (SLES53773)
Caveman Rock (SLES54833)
Chemist Tycoon (SLES53921) Sim Chemist disc {C}http://www.aqua-pacific.com/games.htm{C}
Cinderella (SLES54485)
City Soccer Challenge (SLES53343) (?Kidz Sports Soccer?) (?Urban Football Championship?)
Clumsy Shumsy (SLES54518) (requires EyeToy camera)
Combat Ace (SLES53924)
Cool Shot (SLES51785)
Countryside Bears (SLES52291)
Crabby Adventure (SLES54865)
Crazy Golf (SLES53000)
D-Unit Drift Racing (SLES54154)
Dalmatians 3 (SLES52242)
Dead Eye Jim (SLES54814)
Dinosaur Adventure (SLES52243)
Doomsday Racers (SLES53142)
Downhill Slalom (SLES53963)
Drag Racer USA (SLES54155)
Dynamite 100 (SLES53935)
Elvish ()
The Empire of Atlantis (SLES52369)
European Tennis Pro (SLES51813)
Extreme Sprint 3010 (SLES53080)
Finkles World (SLES54955)
Fruitfall (SLES53148)
Furry Tales (SLES52824)
G-Force (SLES53934)
Games Galaxy 2 (SLES54886)
Gecko Blaster (SLES54882)
Girl Zone (SLES53190)
Go Kart Rally (SLES99988 :!: )
Guerrilla Strike (SLES53344)
Habitrail Hamster Ball (SLES52749)
Hansel & Gretel (SLES54685)
Homerun (SLES51812)
Hoppie (SLES999979 :!: )
International League Soccer ( :arrow: )
Iron Chef (SLES99976 :!: )
Jello (SLES99971 :!: )
K.O King (SLES99970 :!: )
Kiddies Party Pack (SLES53683)
Kidz Sports Basketball (SLES54107)
Kidz Sports Ice Hockey (SLES54106)
Legend of Camelot (SLES54864)
Legend of Herkules (SLES52244)
London Cab Challenge (SLES53923)
Mambo (SLES54839)
Maniac Mole (SLES53189)
Marble Chaos (SLES99962 :!: )
Mighty Mulan (SLES52292)
Monster Eggs (SLES54772)
Monster Trux Extreme Arena Edition (SLES52750)
Moto X Maniac (SLES54885)
The Mouse Police (SLES52370)
Myth Makers Orbs of Doom (SLES52241)
Myth Makers Super Kart GP (SLES54113)
Obliterate (SLES53355)
Ocean Commander (SLES55407)
Off-road Extreme ( SLES52751)
Off-Road Extreme! Special Edition (SLES54109)
Peter Pan (SLES54684)
Pinocchio (SLES54619)
Power Volleyball (SLES54717)
Probiker 2 ()
Puzzle Party ()
Que Pasa Neng El Videojuego (SLES54604)
RC Toy Machines (SLES52999)
Retro (SLES52346)
Road Rage 3 (SLES51930)
Robin Hood 2 (SLES54122)
Roller Coaster FunFare (SLES55131)
Saint & Sinner (SLES55076)
Search & Destroy (SLES54033)
Shadow of Ganymede (SLES53345)
Skateboard Madness ( :arrow: )
Skateboard Madness Xtreme Edition (SLES54716)
Skysurfer (not a phoenix game)
Sniper Assault (SLES54767)
Snow Rider (SLES53936)
Snow White and the 7 Clever Boys (SLES54620)
Snooker 147
Son of the Lion King (SLES52293)
Space Rebellion ( :arrow: )
Speed Machines 3 (SLES53920)
Speedboat GP (SLES54074)
Steam Express (SLES55190)
Street Warrior (SLES54675)
Superbike GP (SLES53354)
SWAT Siege ( :arrow: )
The Toys Room (SLES52294)
Transworld Skateboarder
Turbo Trucks (SLES54195)
Urban Constructor (SLES55082)
Vegas Casino 2 (SLES52477)
Veggy World (is available on NTSC Wii/DS)
Wacky Zoo GP ( :arrow: )
White Van Racer (SLES54550)
WWC World Wrestling Championship (   SLES54792)
X-treme Quads (SLES53141)
Xtreme Speed (SLES52871)


Found these in their release schedule only:

Arcade Legends
Flower Fever
Peter Pan 2
Polar Rampage (NDS)
Retro Galaxy 2
War of Heaven
kids playground (ps1)

Jungle Gang (NDS)
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PS1 list:

7 Shoot Games
All Star Action
All-Star Watersports
Baldies
Ballerburg (SLES04017)
Block Buster
Destructo 2
Football Madness
Jet Ace
KING OF BOWLING 3
Omega Assault
Paradise Casino
Pro Backgammon
Robo Pit 2    (SLES04054)
Rox (SLES04069)
RHYTHM BEAT
Silent Iron (SLES04157)
Sonic Wings Special
Space Rider
Trick Shot
Wanted
Winky The Little Bear

PSP:
   
Classic Board Games - Coming Soon
King of Pool - Available 16-11-07



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Release Schedule

    January
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date
   K.O. King    PS2    Sport    ?99    January 26th
   Snow White and the 7 Clever Boys    PS2    Kids    ?99    January 26th
   Space Rebellion    PS2    Arcade    ?99    January 26th

    February
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date
   Pinocchio    PS2    Kids    ?99    February 9th
   Street Warrior    PS2    Fighting    ?99    February 9th
   White Van Racer    PS2    Racing    ?99    February 9th
   Hansel & Gretel    PS2    Kids    ?99    February 23rd
   Power Volleyball    PS2    Sport    ?99    February 23rd
   Skateboard Madness Xtreme Edition    PS2    Sport    ?99    February 23rd

March
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date
   Hansel & Gretel    PS2    Kids    ?99    March 16th
   Power Volleyball    PS2    Sport    ?99    March 16th
   Skateboard Madness Xtreme Edition    PS2    Sport    ?99    March 16th
   Street Warrior    PS2    Fighting    ?99    March 16th

    April
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date
   Go Kart Rally    PS2    Racing    ?99    April 13th
   Monster Eggs    PS2    Puzzle    ?99    April 13th
   Peter Pan 2    PS2    Kids    ?99    April 13th
   Sniper Assault    PS2    Arcade    ?99    April 13th

    May
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date
   Go Kart Rally    PS2    Racing    ?99    May 4th
   Peter Pan 2    PS2    Kids    ?99    May 4th
   Skateboard Madness Xtreme Edition    PS2    Sport    ?99    May 4th
   Sniper Assault    PS2    Arcade    ?99    May 4th

    June
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date
   Games Galaxy 2 (25 Games)    PS2    Family    ?99    June 8th
   Caveman Rock    PS2    Puzzle    ?99    June 15th
   Dead Eye Jim    PS2    Arcade    ?99    June 15th
   WWC
World Wrestling Championship    PS2    Sport    ?99    June 15th
   Xenic    PS2    Arcade    ?99    June 15th

    June
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date
   Gecko Blaster    PS2    Arcade    ?99    July 13th
   Legend of Camelot    PS2    Kids    ?99    July 13th
   Mambo    PS2    Puzzle    ?99    July 13th
   Pro Biker 2    PS2    Racing    ?99    July 13th

    September    
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date    
   Jello    PS2    Puzzle    £6.99    12-09-08    
   Roller Coaster Funfare    PS2    Arcade    £6.99    12-09-08    
   Arcade 8 (8 Games)    PC    Arcade    £7.99    19-09-08    
   Casino 53 (53 Games)    PC    Casino    £7.99    19-09-08    
   Family 8 (8 Games)    PC    Family    £7.99    19-09-08    
   Racing 8 (8 Games)    PC    Racing    £7.99    19-09-08    
   Sport 6 (6 Games)    PC    Sport    £7.99    19-09-08    
   12 (12 Games)    DS    Family    £12.99    26-09-08    
   Coral Saviour    DS    Puzzle    £12.99    26-10-08    
   Love Heart    DS    Family    £12.99    26-09-08    

    October    
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date    
   Elvish    PS2    Puzzle    £6.99    03-10-08    
   Polar Rampage    PS2    Puzzle    £6.99    03-10-08    
   Xenic    PS2    Arcade    £6.99    03-10-08    
   Hoppie 2    Wii    Puzzle    £14.99    10-10-08    
   Monster Eggs 2    Wii    Puzzle    £14.99    10-10-08    
   Ocean Commander 2    Wii    Arcade    £14.99    10-10-08    
   Dalmatians 4    DS    Kids    £12.99    24-10-08    
   Lion and the King 3    DS    Kids    £12.99    24-10-08    

    November    
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date    
   Flower Fever    PS2    Puzzle    £6.99    07-11-08    
   Veggy World    PS2    Arcade    £6.99    07-11-08    
   War of Heaven    PS2    Puzzle    £6.99    07-11-08    
   Adventures of Pinocchio    Wii    Kids    £14.99    14-11-08    
   Caveman Rock 2    Wii    Puzzle    £14.99    14-11-08    
   Peter Pan's Playground    Wii    Kids    £14.99    14-11-08    
   Jungle Gang    DS    Puzzle    £12.99    28-11-08    
   Monster Eggs 2    DS    Puzzle    £12.99    28-11-08    
   Polar Rampage    DS    Puzzle    £12.99    28-11-08    
   Rat-a-Box    DS    Puzzle    £12.99    28-11-08    

    December    
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date    
   12 (12 Games)    Wii    Family    £14.99    05-12-08    
   Love Heart    Wii    Family    £14.99    05-12-08    
   Rat-a-Box    Wii    Puzzle    £14.99    05-12-08    
   Valentines Day    Wii    Family    £14.99    05-12-08    

    November    
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date    
   Elvish    PS2    Puzzle    £6.99    14-11-08    
   Veggy World    PS2    Arcade    £6.99    14-11-08    
   Flower Fever    PS2    Puzzle    £6.99    28-11-08    
   Polar Rampage    PS2    Puzzle    £6.99    28-11-08    
   War of Heaven    PS2    Puzzle    £6.99    28-11-08    

    January    
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date    
   Coral Savior    DS    Puzzle    £12.99    16-01-09    
   Love Heart    DS    Family    £12.99    16-01-09    
   Adventures of Pinocchio    Wii    Kids    £14.99    23-01-09    
   Peter Pan's Playground    Wii    Kids    £14.99    23-01-09    

    February    
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date    
   Dalmatians 4    DS    Kids    £12.99    13-02-09    
   Lion and the King 3    DS    Kids    £12.99    13-02-09    
   Polar Rampage    DS    Puzzle    £12.99    13-02-09    
   Hoppies 2    Wii    Puzzle    £14.99    20-02-09    
   Monster Eggs 2    Wii    Puzzle    £14.99    20-02-09    

    March    
    Title    Format     Genre     S.R.P.     Date    
   Monster Eggs 2    DS    Puzzle    £12.99    13-03-09    
   Rat-A-Box    DS    Puzzle    £12.99    13-03-09    
   Veggy World    DS    Puzzle    £12.99    13-03-09    
   Dalmatians 4    Wii    Kids    £14.99    21-03-09    
   Lion and the King 3    Wii    Kids    £14.99    21-03-09    


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Phoenix Games Ahead of it's Time

With a small elite team of 6 people specializing in licensing, marketing and publishing of value priced games, development and manufacturing are bundled through outsourcing and collaboration. This approach suppresses our fixed costs and enables a revolutionary low price strategy.

We boast the shortest time required from development to product release in the industry. Ordinarily the average development period for a game is 18 months, whereas Phoenix need a mere 3-5 months. With integrated standards in production and packaging it is now possible to realize low costs through stabilization of variable costs and suppression of fixed costs. In the case of fixed costs we are suppressing development costs per product unit by maximizing the sales volume through a low cost strategy and also both diminishing advertising and promotional costs and maximizing operating profits by securing a dependable fan base through an identifying packaging of a series.
With long-term strategic partners based all over the world, Phoenix Games (Holland) B.V. is perfectly situated to be able to recognise and effectively work with the challenges of price policy, competition, languages, region accessibility and most importantly, to ensure a profitable relationship with its distribution partners.

Phoenix Games (Holland) B.V. has become the leading European publisher for Value Priced Games. To this end Phoenix has adopted for PS2, PSOne & PC formats, a completely different approach to product publishing and distribution. Phoenix aim is to bring quality product to the market at remarkable prices, thus maximising sales for the developers.

PSOne: ?99 - PS2: ?99 - ?99 - ?.99

The complete collection of premium budget product on these fast moving formats will be successfully sold through the many thousands of retail outlets offering quick turnover consumer goods where the general public does its everyday convenience shopping. Such as 24 hour stores, Newsagents, Garage Shops etc. marketing the ranges through these diverse outlets means they will get high exposure and this will result in high sales levels. Although the ranges will be sold at low retail prices of ?99, ?99, ?99 and ?.99 respectively, they will not be short on quality. The retail price points are incredibly competitive considering the quality of the content. This, together with eye catching packaging represents exceptional value for money.

Phoenix Games Ahead of it's Time

All product packaging and manuals will be available in 6 different languages : English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish, a further feature to ensure international success.

PC CD Rom Budget Range

Potential sales volume of software at this price point justifies the launch of this ground breaking product range. Never before has a large selection of PC CD-ROMs for Windows XP and 2000 been available at such a low price. Studies show that the PC games market is now sufficiently mature to make this kind of budget range commercially viable and Phoenix has been rapidly acquiring quality content to include in this range. Phoenix is leading the way with budget products for the newer XP and W2000 systems.

Phoenix Games Ahead of it's Time

How does Phoenix do it ?

Software Publishers are committing ever greater resources to an ever diminishing number of product releases. In commercial terms it is seem to be more prudent to invest money in the next Tomb Raider sequel than it is to invest in some new and speculative venture. Major corporations are solely geared to money making and sometimes lose grip of the nature of the creative enterprise in which they are engaged. The creators of original products are usually independent development companies that have a creative dream. Commercial success is important, but the product comes first and developers live or die by the quality of the product they create. More and more, the smaller developers are being taken over by large companies and there tends to be a vacuum between people who want to get involved in the games industry and people working on commercial products. The smaller developers have less chance to get their original new product to the market. This is the main strategy adopted by Phoenix, to give the smaller publishers their opportunity to launch their products at retail, with a high degree of success already assured.

WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF PHOENIX - VALUE FOR MONEY GAMES
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http://au.gamespot.com/games.html?type= ... 698&page=1


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Edited: 06/15/2012 at 07:58 PM by Narcotics

Apr 20, 2012 at 8:43:32 AM
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Originally posted by: Narcotics


Saint & Sinner :?:

http://www.playstationcollecting.... (click). Can check the SLES code when i get home

Originally posted by: Narcotics


American Pool 2
Snooker 147
Transworld Skateboarder
Veggy World

Not sure if these exists

Originally posted by: Narcotics


Found these in their release schedule only:

Games Galaxy 2

Also exists. Can check the SLES code when i get home


Apr 20, 2012 at 1:32:54 PM
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Cool that would be Awesome
Veggy World did get Wii release but wasn't Phoenix

Anyway most Phoenix games are published by D3 Publisher & just have a phoenix logo for some reason... or maybe I'm thinking of 505


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Apr 21, 2012 at 2:25:15 PM
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Games Galaxy 2: SLES 54886
Saint & Sinner: SLES 55076


Oct 3, 2012 at 10:03:40 AM
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Originally posted by: Serpent Raptor



Some company called "Ignition" a very shite game. And its not snap. Its a strange puzzle game.


I saw this game in a charity shop the other day. Was tempted to pick it up, but there were loads on ebay so no resell value


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Nov 10, 2012 at 11:35:49 PM
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damn....not a single one of their games has been released in the US....Id love to check some of this crap out!
Its like what a "Z" grade film would be compared to a "B" grade film, only its ps2 games!!!!

Carwash Tycoon?! Snow White and the 7 CLEVER boys? come on!!!!

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You can always import. I have some for sale in my selling thread.

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I've got a handful of these games, actually. Got to get more of them. I have some sort of morbid fascination with this crap! xD

Oct 25, 2013 at 3:14:07 PM
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some of these games are just hilarious I dumped most of my Phoenix games but i kept the really obscure ones
and some of them are offcourse extremely rare, if not nearly impossible to find

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Haha, good lord, this is tragic. I think this is where I draw the line on collecting, I would never want any of these games

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Oct 27, 2013 at 1:39:09 PM
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anybody find Elvish yet?

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Oct 27, 2013 at 3:14:05 PM
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How about this game?


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XD That is an awesome rip off.

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Oct 27, 2013 at 5:35:09 PM
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Oh yes! xD

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I think Paccie is one of those ones where only a cover mock-up exists and the game never came out. But I would love to be proven wrong.

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 Lol

I can't find anything on paccie so is probably just a cover art.

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hahaha White Van Racer they should have called it "Rape Van RAcer"

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Originally posted by: Nintendawg

I think Paccie is one of those ones where only a cover mock-up exists and the game never came out. But I would love to be proven wrong.


I agree. It's just too bad there's so little information to be found about their releases.


Originally posted by: Xed

hahaha White Van Racer they should have called it "Rape Van RAcer"

Haha, yeah. I saw a video of the gameplay, and the van the player was driving said, "Mind the Children," on the back.



Edited: 10/28/2013 at 02:39 PM by Guyra

Oct 29, 2013 at 4:56:33 PM
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I'd argue that Phoenix put more effort into designing covers than they did into crafting their alleged games. Would explain the wealth of mock ups that were created for ultimately unreleased games. Even though Crabby Adventure was released, the cover on my copy is different to the one pictured.

Oct 29, 2013 at 7:11:06 PM
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Yeah, some of their games have got more than one cover variant, as well. Take a look at Girl Zone, for example:



Both of these were released.


Edited: 10/29/2013 at 07:12 PM by Guyra

Oct 30, 2013 at 5:02:08 PM
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I had the left hand side version. Think Xed bought it off me.

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Oct 30, 2013 at 5:19:41 PM
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Yeah, that's the one I've got as well. But I've actually seen the "decapitated heads in flower bed" variant, so I know it's more than just an image.

Oct 30, 2013 at 6:21:41 PM
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The one on the left is the decapitated heads in flower beds

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