K-D Lab Game Development
OverviewK-D LAB was established in 1995 to develop games for the PC platform. In fall 1996 a publishing agreement for the Vangers title was signed with Buka Entertainment, a national game publisher, where they stood as licensor, selling the rights to an international publisher. Buka also funded the development. In parallel with long-term projects, K-D Lab also created some small-scale logic games in order to test their game ideas.
In late 1996 their game called Brainy Ball got Second Prize ($10000) at ENIX Internet Entertainment Contest, a worldwide contest of entertainment software held in Japan by Enix Corporation, the famous console game developer.
In July 2000 K-D LAB had became a long-term business partner of the biggest Russian software publisher and distributor, 1C Company. A publishing agreement to develop a full-scale unique RTS game Perimeter for the world-wide market was signed between K-D LAB and 1C. Perimeter was published by the 1C Company in CIS and Baltic region, and the company Codemasters became the world publisher.
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