OverviewHeadquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, the company was founded in 1999 as Mad Doc Software by Dr. Ian Lane Davis, an AI and gaming expert who began his career at Activision, Inc..
Since its inception, the company has completed Star Trek: Armada II, Jane's Combat Simulations: Attack Squadron, Empire Earth: The Art of Conquest and Dungeon Siege: Legends of Aranna, while also developing the Surround Light’ API for Boston-based Color Kinetics, a leader in high-tech full-spectrum lighting.
Into 2008 they completed their reworking of Bully for the Xbox 360 as Bully (Scholarship Edition) for Rockstar, a portent of things to come as in April of that year, as the company was acquired by Rockstar and renamed Rockstar New England.
Also Known As
- Mad Doc Software, LLC (from Nov, 1999 to Apr, 2008)
|Grand Theft Auto V||(2013)|
|Max Payne 3||(2012)|
|L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition||(2011)|
|Red Dead Redemption||(2010)|
|Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway||(2008)|
|Bully: Scholarship Edition||(2008)|
|Grand Theft Auto IV||(2008)|
|Empire Earth III||(2007)|
|Star Trek: Legacy||(2006)|
|Empire Earth II||(2005)|
|Dungeon Siege: Legends of Aranna||(2003)|
|Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Tides of War||(2003)|
|Empire Earth: The Art of Conquest||(2002)|
|Jane's Combat Simulations: Attack Squadron||(2002)|
|Star Trek: Armada II||(2001)|
|Call to Power II||(2000)|
|Star Trek: Armada||(2000)|
TriviaCompany location (Feb. 2003):
Mad Doc Software
15 Union Street
Lawrence MA 01840
Former Company Website: http://www.maddocsoftware.com
Related Web Sites
- Rockstar New England (official website)
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