Dingo Pictures PlayStation games
|Dingo Pictures PlayStation games|
Dingo Pictures was a Germany-based animation company infamous for its extremely low-quality films. These "games" are equally low-quality examples of "same core on different shell", based on Dingo's various movies.
Not helping matters is that Dingo's final batch of games were published by Phoenix Games, an arguably just as infamous studio responsible for minigame compilations notoriously attempting to mimic famous Disney movies, such as Snow White and the 7 Clever Boys.
To add insult to injury, not only were all 20(!) of these actually sold in stores for real money, they were officially licensed by Sony.
Common - Development-Related Text
In every game, starting from offset 0xD6A800 of GAMEDATA.BIN is a .doc file which contains information about the games' filesystem. Analysing the metadata, it was last edited by Colin Cuthbert, who is credited as a programmer in several games by The Code Monkeys.
|Download The Code Monkeys Layout.doc
File: mosesprinceofegypt-text.zip (9.62 KB) (info)
Midas Interactive-published Titles
Consists of the following:
- Lion and the King
- Lord of the Jungle
- The Sword of Camelot
- Hunchback of Notredame
- Legend of Pocahontas
Lion and the King
While the game cannot be played in Dutch, graphics in this language still exist within GAMEDATA.BIN.
Hunchback of Notredame
Much like Lion and the King, this game cannot be played in Dutch, though graphics in this language still exist.
Legend of Pocahontas
Unlike the previous two releases, while a Dutch language option is available, this one cannot be played in French, though graphics in this language still exist.
Phoenix Games-published Titles
Consists of the following, all published in 2003:
- Animal Football
- Atlantis: The Lost Continent
- Dalmatians 2
- Detective Mouse
- Dinosaurs (March 28)
- Herkules (originally produced by Pure Magic)
- Legend of Mulan (originally produced by Henk Kreeftmeijer)
- Lion and the King 2
- Winky the Little Bear (June 26)
Leftovers from Dingo's Anastasia game can be found scattered through GAMEDATA.BIN:
While the game cannot be played in French, graphics in this language still exist within GAMEDATA.BIN.