Sunstorm Interactive, Inc.

Moby ID: 1483

  • Atomic Entertainment - Company name until circa 1995

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Sunstorm Interactive was a development studio located in Indianapolis, Indiana (USA). It was founded by Anthony Campiti and started with the name Atomic Entertainment. The name was officially changed to Sunstorm Interactive in 1995. As Atomic Entertainment the company distributed software. The only known game associated with the company as Atomic is Skunny: Special Edition, where they were the worldwide distributor except for a limited number of European companies. It is however not clear if Atomic was also extensively involved with the development, made it together with Magic Touch, or did not work on the game at all. Possibly Magic Touch was only a brand name used to license the game engine and the Skunny franchise to Atomic and other developers.

As Sunstorm the studio first made expansions for the popular first-person games Duke Nukem 3D and Blood. In 1997, Sunstorm released Deer Hunter, popularizing the hunting genre.

In February 2003, the company was closed down. The decrease in value game sales and overseas competition were stated as reasons for the closure.

Credited on 35 Games from 1995 to 2019

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Blood: Fresh Supply (2019 on Windows)
Shadow Warrior Classic Redux (2013 on Linux, Windows, Macintosh...)
Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition (2013 on Linux, Windows, Macintosh...)
18 Wheels of Steel: Across America (2003 on Windows)
Airport Tycoon 2 (2003 on Windows)
Bird Hunter 2003: Legendary Hunting (2002 on Windows)
Deer Hunter 2003 (2002 on Windows)
Hard Truck: 18 Wheels of Steel (2002 on Windows)
Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project (2002 on Windows, Xbox 360, Macintosh...)
Carnivores: Cityscape (2002 on Windows)
Deer Hunter 5: Tracking Trophies (2001 on Windows)
Police Tactical Training (2001 on Windows)
911 Fire Rescue (2001 on Windows)
B-17 Gunner: Air War Over Germany (2001 on Windows)
Feedn' Chloe (2001 on Windows)
Hunting Unlimited (2001 on Windows)
Primal Prey (2001 on Windows)
RC Daredevil (2001 on Windows)
Deer Hunter 4: World-Class Record Bucks (2000 on Windows)
Deer Hunter 3: Gold (2000 on Windows)

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February 5, 2003

Company closes down, naming a decrease in value game sales and overseas competition as its reasons for the closure.


Company founded by Anthony Campiti.

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