OverviewHammer Technologies grouped part of the members of Digital Dreams Multimedia and NoriaWorks Entertainment. The biggest publication of Hammer was undoubtedly the DIV Games Studio, a programming environment for creating video games. The release of this product, which occurred during 1998, was a resounding sales success and attracted a good number of users wanting to create games but that did not have the knowledge needed to use more general languages like, for example, C or C++.
Other notable titles were Snow Wave: Avalanche, Tie Break Tenis 98 and Tokenkai.
Since 1999, Hammer began to change its development policy toward more complex productions and, of course, with a longer production period. The first example of this new style was embodied in a project which never saw the light, Neon Angel, a futuristic 3D video adventure with promising looks. But it was cancelled due to the demise of the company.
|Castle of Dr. Malvado, The||(2001)|
|Jagdverband 44: Screaming Eagles||(2000)|
|Mr. Tiny Adventures||(1999)|
|Tie Break Tenis 98'||(1998)|
|Snow Wave: Avalanche||(1998)|
|World Wide Rally||(1997)|
TriviaCompany location and contact information (1999):
C/ Alfonso Gomez, 42 Nave 1-1-2
28037 Madrid (SPAIN)
Tel.: + 34 91 304 06 22
Fax: + 34 91 304 17 97
Former website: http://www.hammert.com
Related Web Sites
- Hammer Technologies (official website)
- HAMMER Technologies - Artículo en MERISTATION (Interview to some members of the company at 27-07-1998)