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Cinematix Studios, Inc.

Overview

Cinematix Studios was a game and game tools developer located in Tempe, Arizona (USA). The company was founded by Jong Yoon and Ben Cooley in 1993.

Cinematix also developed the Hydra Game Construction System, a 3D level and world builder which built and deployed 3D game content for the PC, Mac, and next generation consoles, similar to Microsoft's Visual Basic. Their "iGame Net Engine" was a 3D internet plugin for viewing streaming 3D games and other 3D content created with the Hydra System.

Only two games were successfully released commercially by Cinematix Studios: Total Mayhem (1996), and Revenant (1999).

In 2001, the company established Cinematix Korea, a 3D animation and modelling studio.

Announced and later cancelled games were: Hirelings, a magical 3D platformer, and Renegade Zero, a 3D action shooter set in the far future.

Trivia

Company location and contact information:

Feb. 2002
Cinematix Studios, Inc.
4812 South Mill Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85282-6730
USA
Phone: (480) 838-0140
Fax: (480) 838-0215
Website: www.cinematix.com

June 1997:
Cinematix Studios, Inc.
1921 S. Alma School #313
Mesa, AZ 85210
USA
Phone: (602) 838-0140
Fax: (602) 838-0215
Website: www.cinematrix.com

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