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Hop to the Top anchor name = #10-tons-entertainment 10 Tons Entertainment
10tons Ltd. was founded in 2003. The debut release was Crimsonland which became a cult hit. In 2003 the casual games market was emerging and 10tons started a brand called MythPeople to produce casual games. Several casual game titles were developed after starting the MythPeople brand. These include Ice Breaker (2004), Bubblefish Bob (2005), Karu (2006), and Abundante! (2006). At the beginning of 2007 the company founded offices at the heart of Tampere. Three new games were created during the year 2007: Sparkle, Profitville, and Azkend. Also, Mac OS X support started with Azkend. In 2008 more people were hired and Miriel the Magical Merchant was released. 10tons also moved into a larger office to accommodate the growing team. Towards the end of year 2008 10tons entered the mobile market with two iPhone games: Shapium and Xenotracker. In year 2009 Azkend was ported to iPhone. Also, Dragon Portals and a small shooter called Belowscape were released. In 2010 10tons created Heroes of Kalevala which was followed by Grim Joggers at the beginning of 2011. 10tons' platform portfolio also expanded with Symbian^3, bada, and webOS. During 2011 10tons released Joining Hands and Swingworm and started supporting Android. In 2012 10tons released Azkend 2, Ironworm, Puzkend, and Boom Brigade 2. Additionally 10tons started supporting RIM PlayBook (later Blackberry 10) and Windows Phone. During the spring of 2012 10tons also moved to a bigger office. After conquering all feasible mobile platforms, 10tons started to move its mass towards the consoles. The company launched its popular marble popper Sparkle for PS Vita in 2013, and was one of the first companies to launch downloadable games for PS4 in 2014 with King Oddball, Sparkle 2, Tennis in the Face, Crimsonland, and Sparkle Unleashed. Games for Xbox One were soon to follow in 2015. 10tons Ltd. aims to grow and bring more fun into the world. Finding new ways to create even better games is a challenge 10tons faces with great excitement.

Known For: A medium sized list of games, see their game products page
Hop to the Top anchor name = #1c-softclub 1C Publishing EU s.r.o known as 1c Company, a branch of 1c Softclub
1C Company (Russian: Фирма "1С") is one of the largest independent Russian software developers and publishers. Its headquarters are in Moscow, Russia. It is best known outside Russia as a video game developer whose presence has come to dominate events like the KRI, and whose products have begun to show up for international platforms like the Xbox. On the internal Russian market, 1C is considered a leader in business software as well, however game software represents 98% of the 13 tons of software they have been reported as shipping daily. 1C's comprehensive business software suite 1C:Предприятие (1C:Predpriyatiye, 1C:Enterprise) has held an overwhelming market share for over a decade. 1C is also a leader in localizing and publishing Russian-language versions of international software. For instance, more than half of popular Western video games are licensed and published by 1C. The company has over 700 employees, 10,000 business partners, 4,500 authorized retailers, 1,200 training centers, 200 authorized certification locations and over 280 stores in 100 cities. Primarily considered a sim and strategy specialist, 1C is perhaps the best known outside Russia for developing the famous IL-2 Sturmovik line of World War IIcombat flight simulators that includes IL-2 Sturmovik (2001), Forgotten Battles (2003), Pacific Fighters (2004), 1946 (2006), Birds of Prey (2009, for consoles), Cliffs of Dover (2011) and Battle of Stalingrad (2013). 1C has also developed Theatre of War, a World War II land-based game published in the West by Battlefront.com. 1C has a long history of in-house development, as well as funding independent developers. 1C works as a publisher and producer with over 30 independent development studios and has produced over 100 projects for PC and consoles including titles like Hard Truck 2King of the RoadRig'n'RollSpace Rangers,[25]Soldiers: Heroes of World War IIFaces of WarMen of War series, PerimeterFantasy WarsDeath to SpiesKing's Bounty: The Legend and King's Bounty: Armored Princess. The company continues to distribute titles, with a 2010-2011 release portfolio that included such titles as Men of War: Assault Squad and Men of War: Vietnam, Captain Blood, and Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad.
Hop to the Top anchor name = #1c-company 1C-softclub
1C-SoftClub is the leading publisher, developer and distributor of computer games in Russia, Eastern and Central Europe. 1C-SoftClub is the key partner for many top international publishers and has its own development and localization facilities capable of delivering products for all modern game platforms. 1C-SoftClub’s portfolio reaches an impressive amount of such PC titles as Rig’n’Roll, King’s Bounty series, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, Men of War series, Off-Road Drive, Real Warfare 2: Northern Crusades, Theatre of War 3: Korea and many others. For each product released 1C-SoftClub supports its distribution partners and media with marketing and PR assets and merchandise, sales and publicity resources as well as other unique materials required. The company also attends and supports all major trade and video gaming events.
Hop to the Top anchor name = #2015-inc 2015, Inc.
2015 Inc. (Twenty Fifteen) is a cutting edge game development company specializing in 3D action games. The Company’s goal is to create the next generation of innovative and exciting action games; introducing more strategy, adventure, and interaction to the 3D gaming experience. 2015 was founded in 1997 by its President and CEO, Tom Kudirka and is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. What does 2015 mean? Yes, there is a story behind the name but we’re not telling anyone! What has 2015 Inc. done? Wages of Sin was the official add-on pack for Ritual Entertainment's game “SiN” and was published by Activision. Wages of SiN has received critical acclaim, with many claiming the add-on is a better game than the original game SiN. You can check out some of the screen shots at our website under Games. Medal of Honor Allied Assault is the latest game developed by 2015. Development for MoHAA started in May of 2000 and was released in January of 2002. At the 2001 E3 Convention MoHAA won Runner Up for Game of the Show and won Best PC Action game of Show. Since its release MoHAA has consistently been rated one of the top selling PC games in the world. The game has won critical acclaim and has been widely hailed as the best 1st person shooter since Half-Life. 2015 Games, LLC (formerly 2015, Inc.), also known as 2015, is an American video game development company, best known for developing the highly successful video game Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, published by Electronic Arts. 2015, Inc. was founded by Tom Kudirka in 1997. He assembled a team of developers by researching people who were participating in the FPS MOD community. After months of working online and mostly only communicating via ICQ instant messenger his team created a Quake Mod as a playable demo to show off their talent. Kudirka sent the demo to Activision who was so impressed with their work they awarded 2015 a contract developing the expansion pack to their upcoming game entitled SiN, developed by Ritual Entertainment. Kudirka moved all of his team members to Tulsa, Oklahoma to begin work on the expansion pack SiN: Wages of Sin. The seven developers who spent over six months online creating the demo met one another for the first time. Three of the seven developers lived in a house rented by Kudirka where the living-room made up the development studio. The team was Tom Kudirka, Ken Turner, Zied Reike, Carl Glave, Benson Russel, Paul Glave and Michael Boon, who Kudirka relocated from Tasmania Australia to Tulsa, Ok.

Known For: SiN: Wages of Sin, Medel of Honor: Allied Assault, Men of Valor
Hop to the Top anchor name = #21-6-productions 21-6 Productions
21-6 Productions was founded in the summer of 2000 by three software engineers with extensive experience in software development and management. Over the last 6 months, the team has grown to 12 members who are dedicated and passionate about game development. We are headquartered in Denver, Colorado, where many of the team members reside. Pascal Bos, Christopher Brethen, Dave Calabrese, Justin Mette, Ryan Mette, Dave Myers, Dan Neilsen, Mike Nelson, Kevin Ostrowski, Matt Sayre, Steve Simmons. 21-6 has teamed up with Goodsol Development to create 3 Java Web Games based on their popular shareware title Pretty Good Solitaire. 21-6 Productions is an indie game studio that’s been around for over a decade. We have developed a wide variety of games across many platforms. Our current focus is on Facebook and Mobile games. Our mission is to introduce entertainment to new industries using our game development talents. Have an audience you want to entertain? Give us shout.

Known For: rockstar rising, dimensionu, rocketbowl, tubetwist, orbz, shot bots, tiger eye: curse of the riddlebox, graverally, fully involved, defense net
Hop to the Top anchor name = #3000ad 3000AD
Derek K. Smart is an American video game designer. He is the president and lead developer of 3000AD, Inc., an indie game development company based in Aventura, FL. In addition he is the president of and investor in the video game development company Quest Online. Smart is an independent video game designer and software developer, and the creator of several video game series. 3000AD, Inc located in sunny South Florida, is an independent software development company founded in 1992 by Derek Smart. Its first PC software title, Battlecruiser 3000AD, was released in 1996. The 3000AD story is one of pushing the envelope of technical capability, and leading the simulation game market in sheer scope and ambition. To date, 3000AD has developed over a dozen games across several franchise properties. Contact Info: 3000AD, Inc 20801 Biscayne Blvd Suite 403 Aventura, FL 33180

Known For: Line of Defense (2014), Line of Defense Tactics (2014), All Aspect Warfare (2009), Angle of Attack (2009), Galactic Command Echo Squad SE (2008), Galactic Command Echo Squad (2006), Universal Combat CE 2.0 (2009), Universal Combat CE (2007), Universal Combat SE (2006), Universal Combat A World Apart (2005), Universal Combat Gold (2005), Universal Combat (2004), Battlecruiser Millennium: Gold Edition (2003), Battlecruiser Millennium (2001), Battlecruiser 3000AD (v2.0) (1999), Battlecruiser 3000AD (1996)
Hop to the Top anchor name = #343-industries 343 Industries
343 Industries (abbreviated to 343i) is an American video game developer located in Redmond, Washington. Named after the Halo character 343 Guilty Spark, the company was established in 2007 by Microsoft Studios to oversee the development of the Halo science fiction media franchise following a split between Microsoft and BungieHalo: Combat Evolved Anniversary was the first title released by 343 Industries in which they played a lead development role. The newest release from the company was Halo Wars 2 in 2017.

Known For: Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 4, Halo: Spartan Assault, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Halo: Spartan Strike, Halo 5: Guardians, Halo Wars 2, more..
Hop to the Top anchor name = #3d6-games 3D6 Games
3d6 Games was an American video game developer founded by William S. Schmitt and Troy Sheets. The studio was initially active between 1999 and 2002, during which period it created games exclusively for the Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance. The company developed original games based on properties such as Tetris Worlds (IP by Blue Planet Software), The Revenge of Shinobi (IP by Sega) and Altered Beast: Guardian of the Realms (also original IP by Sega). Two internal projects from the studio, Rocket Dog! and Slider, were never completed. In 2012 3d6 Games was relaunched as developer for mobile games for iOSAndroid en Windows 8. However, the company only released one game (Sums Academy for iOS) after the relaunch, and has not been active since 2013.

Known For: Madden NFL 2001 (2000, Game Boy Color), Road Rash (2000, Game Boy Color), Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 2 (2000, Game Boy Color), Tetris Worlds (2001, Game Boy Advance), Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001, Game Boy Advance), Madden NFL 2002 (2001, Game Boy Advance), The Revenge of Shinobi (2002, Game Boy Advance), Altered Beast: Guardian of the Realms (2002, Game Boy Advance), Sums Academy (2013, iPhone/iPad)
Hop to the Top anchor name = #3d0 3DO company
The 3DO Company (formerly THDO on the NASDAQ stock exchange), also known as 3DO (short for three-dimensional operating system), was an American video game company. It was founded in 1991 by Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins, in a partnership with seven companies including LGMatsushita (now Panasonic), AT&T CorporationMCATime Warner, and Electronic Arts itself. After 3DO's flagship video game console, the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer, failed in the marketplace, the company exited the hardware business and became a third-party video game developer. It went bankrupt in 2003 due to poor sales of its games. Its headquarters were in Redwood City, California in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Known For: A medium sized list of games, see wiki
Hop to the Top anchor name = #3g-studios-inc 3g studios inc

3G Studios, Inc. is an independent video game development studio with a range of titles available on traditional consoles, iPhone applications and social gaming platforms. Founded in 2006, 3G Studios is based out of Reno, Nevadaand has been known to collaborate with other companies in the game development industry. Over the past few years 3G has grown into several key areas of technology. Their experience working on mobile devices and video game consoles allows the company to create high performance user experiences that today's customers demand. 3G Studios was founded in 2006 by James Kosta and several key employees from BattleBorne Entertainment, which produced Combat Elite: WWII Paratroopers for the PlayStation 2 in 2005. In 2006, 3G Studios worked with MTV to create Stacked with Daniel Negreanu for the PlayStation Portable (PSP). In 2007, 3G Studios launched SWAT: Target Liberty for the PSP and also collaborated with Harmonix to release Rock Band. In 2008, 3G Studios published Jillian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum 2009, working directly with the fitness guru, Jillian Michaels herself. By March 2009, the game sold over 500,000 copies in the U.S. and over 1,240,000 copies worldwide. At the end of 2009, 3G Studios launched a handful of iPhone games in the App Store developing with what has been branded as 3G's Rocket Powered Mobile Technology: Zombeat, The Deep, Bloodlines: The Alexa Holmes Chronicles, and Skate or Die. In 2010, 3G developed one of the first "Social Shooters"on Facebook, Brave Arms. In 2011, 3G made another social application, The Dating Game,available on Facebook, MySpace, Friendster and Bebo.

Known For: Combat Elite: WWII Paratroopers, Stacked with Daniel Negreanu, SWAT: Target Liberty, Rock Band (Collaboration with Harmonix), illian Michaels' Fitness Ultimatum 2009, SKATE or DIE, Bloodlines: The Alexa Holmes Chronicles, Zombeat, The Deep, Brave Arms, The Dating Game

Hop to the Top anchor name = #400-software-studios .400 Software Studios see Grey dog software
Hop to the Top anchor name = #4d-rulers 4D Rulers
Gore: Ultimate Soldier is a first-person shooter video game for Microsoft Windows, released on June 5, 2002. It was published by DreamCatcher Games and developed by 4D Rulers. Beginning with an idea like so many young hopefuls, Joel Huenink and brothers Rick and Nick set out to make their mark in the gaming industry in 1997 by forming 4D Rulers Software, Inc. By already owning a local ISP and advertising agency, the Hueninks had developed strong graphics experience and business management skills, and a successful business track record which helped secure funding for their first game project "Gore". Hiring local and out of area mod authors, the team was assembled by mid 1998. 4D Rulers has survived the highs and lows of a first title development, now with the combined efforts of programming expertise from Australian based Eyecon and texan Based Slam Software we are now at our most exciting time, nearing public demo release and having a product which has everyone involved excited and brimming with anticipation. The Nebraskan company, based in Beatrice has set its sights high with their first release going right for the jugular of the PC gaming industry, the first person shooter. Each member of the team is obssessed with the industry, eating and sleeping games, creating an atmosphere of enthusiasm to create a game made by gamers for gamers. Joel Huenink: President, Rick Huenink: Treasurer, Nick Huenink: Vice President, Mathew Weichel: Lead Level Designer, Brent Woller: Level Designer, Jim Thorgesen: Level Designer, Chris Holden: Lead Artist, Chad Gleason: Animator. 4D Rulers Software Inc. is always looking for new talent. If your interested in joining the team feel free to send your resume, and copy's of applicable documents or artwork, All information will be kept on file and will not be returned. All documents are treated in confidence and 4D Rulers Software, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Hop to the Top anchor name = #7fx-sro 4 Elements Media
A Prague based developer team aimed upon development of computer games and custom interactive entertainment applications. In our team is number of highly skilled programmers and artists. We also cooperate with several external specialists while working on some specific tasks. DEVELOPMENT OF GAMES AND CUSTOM APPLICATIONS FOR PC, CONSOLES AND MOBILE PLATFORMS (J2ME).