Digital Fiction was a video game developer.
Digital Fiction could also be defind as; fiction that is written for and read on a computer screen, that pursues its verbal, discursive and/or conceptual complexity through the digital medium, and would lose something of its aesthetic and semiotic function if it were removed from that medium. This is a definition created by the Digital Fiction International Network at Sheffield Hallam University who support research in the field of digital fiction.
- 2000 - Race Fever - Palm III, Palm OS - published by Handango
- 2001 - Boxing Fever - Game Boy Advance - published by THQ
- 2003 - Black & Bruised - GameCube, PlayStation 2 - published by Majesco Entertainment
- 2004 - Yu Yu Hakusho: Dark Tournament - PlayStation 2 - published by Atari
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