Valcon Games

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Valcon Games
Basic Information
Games for video game consoles and computer software
Computer and video game industry
Key People
Colin Gordon
Glen Halseth

Valcon Games is a developer and publisher of video games based in Bellevue, Washington, United States.[1]

The company was founded in 2005 by Colin Gordon and Glen Halseth, both former members of Kemco. Valcon publishes games that are overlooked for the US market and also localize games from other territories.[1]

Games Released[edit | edit source]

Game Title Year Released System
Adventures of Shuggy 2010 Xbox 360 (XBLA)
Alfa Romeo Racing Italiano 2006 PlayStation 2
Bode Miller Alpine Skiing 2006 PlayStation 2
Chime 2010 Xbox 360 (Xbox Live Arcade)
Corvette Evolution GT 2006 Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2
Crazy Frog Racer 2 2007 PlayStation 2
Dai Senryaku VII: Exceed 2007 PlayStation 2
Darkest of Days 2009 Xbox 360
Easy Piano 2010 Nintendo DS
Greed Corp 2010 Xbox 360 (XBLA)
Hannspree Ten Kate Honda: SBK-07 Superbike World Championship 2008 PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
History's Great Empires: Rome 2009 Nintendo DS
Horse Life Adventures 2010 Nintendo DS, Wii
James Pond: Codename Robocod 2005 Game Boy Advance
Master Jin Jin's IQ Challenge 2007 Nintendo DS
Mountain Bike Adrenaline 2007 PlayStation 2
Ocean Commander 2009 Wii
Offshore Tycoon 2009 Wii
Pirates: Legend of the Black Buccaneer 2006 PlayStation 2
Polar Panic 2010 PlayStation 3 (PSN), Xbox 360 (XBLA)
Raiden Fighters Aces 2009 Xbox 360
Real World Golf 2005 PlayStation 2
Riding Star 2008 PlayStation 2
Shepherd's Crossing 2008 PlayStation 2
Ski-doo Snow X Racing 2007 PlayStation 2
Ski-Doo: Snowmobile Challenge 2009 PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360
Suzuki Super-Bikes II: Riding Challenge 2009 PlayStation 2
Suzuki TT Superbikes 2005 PlayStation 2
Suzuki TT Superbikes Real Road Racing Championship 2009 PlayStation 2
Totally Spies! Totally Party 2009 Wii, PlayStation 2
Ultimate Board Game Collection 2006 PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Wii

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Valcon Games. IGN. Retrieved on 2009-04-09

External links[edit | edit source]