keen games GmbH & Co. KG

Overview

keen games is a German development studio founded in 2005 by Antony Christoulakis, Jan Jöckel and Peter Thierolf. They were the remaining three of six founders of the German studio NEON Software GmbH when it was shut down at the end of 2005 because of the owner JoWooD Entertainment AG's financial difficulties. The keen games management then purchased the rights to most of the old NEON games as well as the NEON name, making it the spiritual successor.

The studio continued its work on licensed titles such as Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Channel Edition (2008), What's Cooking? Jamie Oliver (2008), and G-Force (2009), but also created or contributed to very different types of titles such as Anno 1701: Dawn of Discovery (2007), Dawn of Discovery (2009) and Sacred 3 (2014).

On 18th April 2012 Keen Flare GmbH was announced, a joint subsidiary between keen games and mobile games developer and publisher flaregames GmbH to develop mobile games. Keen games holds an 49% interest, flaregames 51%.

Games

Portal Knights(2016)
Legend of Kay: Anniversary(2015)
Sacred 3(2014)
TNT Racers: Nitro Machines Edition(2013)
Mystery of Whiterock Castle, The(2011)
TNT Racers(2011)
Virtual Villagers: Erschaffe dein Paradies!(2009)
Disney G-Force(2009)
Dawn of Discovery(2009)
Dawn of Discovery(2009)
Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis(2009)
What's Cooking? Jamie Oliver(2008)
Secret Files: Tunguska(2008)
Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Channel Edition(2008)
Anno 1701: Dawn of Discovery(2007)
1701 A.D.(2006)

Trivia

Location & contact information (April 2010):

Keen Games GmbH & Co. KG
Dreieichstr. 59
60594 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

Tel: +49 69 66058838
Fax: +49 69 66126648
E-Mail: [email protected]

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