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Zombie Studios
Type Independent
Founded Seattle, Washington (1994)
Headquarters Seattle, Washington, U.S
Key people Mark Long, Founder/Co-CEO
Joanna Alexander, Founder/Co-CEO
Industry Video games
Products Games
ZPC
Saw
Spec Ops games
Comics
Shrapnel
Blacklight
Website http://www.zombie.com/

Zombie Inc. is an American independent video game developer of console, PC, mobile and web-based games. It was formed in 1994 by Joanna Alexander and Mark Long, formerly of the Sarnoff Research Center. Alexander and Long founded Zombie after they completed the design of a virtual reality game console for Hasbro at Sarnoff in 1993. Since then, Zombie has designed and produced over 30 original games for worldwide distribution on virtually every major platform - from SEGA 32X to 64bit PCs. Zombie created a value label in 2005 - Direct Action Games - to design and produce value titles for both PC and consoles.

Zombie's titles span a range of product genres including first-person shooter, real-time strategy, puzzle, arcade, adventure, hunting, and simulation. Zombie develops for a wide variety of gaming platforms including Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PSP, PS2, Xbox, PCs, and mobile phones.

Zombie's publishing and distribution relationships include: Bethesda Softworks, Konami, Ubisoft, Activision, Atari, Microsoft, Disney, Real Networks, Novalogic, Take2, America's Army, Zango, Groove Games, Encore Software, Panasonic, Wild Tangent, Sony, BAM, Brash Entertainment, Mobliss and Ignition Entertainment.

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Titles

  • Locus (1995)
  • Ice & Fire (1995)
  • ZPC (1996)
  • Zork Nemesis (1996)
  • Spec Ops: Rangers Lead the Way (1998)
  • Spec Ops: Ranger Team Bravo (1998)
  • Spearhead (1998)
  • Spec Ops II: Green Berets (1999)
  • Body Glove's Bluewater Hunter (1999)
  • Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Covert Operations Essentials (2000) (Rogue Spear expansion)
  • Atlantis The Lost Empire: Search for the Journal (2001)
  • Atlantis The Lost Empire: Trial by Fire (2001)
  • Alcatraz: Prison Escape (2001)
  • Delta Force: Task Force Dagger (2002)
  • Super Bubble Pop (2002)
  • Shadow Ops: Red Mercury (2004)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Way of the Warrior (Plug and Play CMOS Camera Video Game)
  • Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure
  • Saw (2009)
  • Blacklight: Tango Down (2010)
  • Shrapnel (TBA)

Direct Action Games

  • Combat: Task Force 121
  • World War II Combat: Road to Berlin
  • World War II Combat: Iwo Jima
  • CQC - Close Quarters Conflict

Serious Games

Zombie was commissioned by the United States Military to co-develop a series of training and recruitment games. Some games were developed entirely by Zombie, some were co-developed with the U.S. Army Development Team, and others were co-developed with other game developers.

  • Americas Army: Special Forces (2003)
  • Future Force Company Commander (2006)
  • Virtual Army Experience
  • AH-64D Apache Simulator
  • Future Soldier Trainer
  • Convoy Trainer
  • JROTC First Aid Trainer

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