Gigawatt Studios

Moby ID: 1235

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Gigawatt Studios was a digital production studio located in Hollywood, California, with the technical, creative and production facilities to create a new generation of interactive game entertainment, multimedia and web site development. Gigawatt's objective was to develop and produce quality interactive experiences that appeal to audiences of all ages.

Gigawatt's co-founders were brothers David Koenig and Yoni Koenig. In addition to game titles, the company produced a location-based ride for DisneyQuest, a Disney theme park.

It appears to have gone out of business in approximately 2003. The above principals later went on to found Hollywood company, Extra Large Technology (XLT, Inc.), in approximately 2005.

Credited on 7 Games from 1997 to 2003

Wild Rides: WaterPark Factory (2003 on Windows)
Ultimate Ride (2001 on Windows)
Secret Agent Barbie (2001 on Windows)
Animorphs: Know the Secret (2000 on Windows)
Sci-Fi Pinball (1999 on Windows, Macintosh)
Pinky and The Brain: World Conquest (1998 on Windows)
Men in Black: The Game (1997 on Windows, PlayStation)

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