Climax Handheld Games
OverviewClimax Handheld Games was a division of The Climax Group, focusing on handheld games. It was founded in November 2002 with an internal team, along with nine employees of the defunct Crawfish Interactive. The division was based out of the Climax London studio's offices in Kingston. After Climax London studio completed Speed Kings in 2003, the division did not create any other major console games and as a result both Climax Handheld Games and Climax London as a whole became focused on hand-held games.
In November 2004 this was solidified as the division became a part of Climax Action, a virtual re-branding of the Climax London and Climax Solent divisions under a single name. By the summer of 2006 the main company stated that it wanted to change Climax into a one location, one studio developer with a single management team and this was achieved by early 2007 when most of the team moved on to the Portsmouth office of the former Climax Solent. By January 2008 the Kingston office where Climax London and Climax Handheld Games were housed, was closed.
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