Broadsword Interactive Limited

Moby ID: 1885

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Founded in 1995, Broadsword Interactive Limited designs and produces computer software for the Computer and console games industry. It was originally an offshoot of Broadsword Television, but is now fully independent, and is managed and operated from the Aberystwyth office by its management team, namely: David Rowe (co-founder) - CEO, John Jones-Steele (co-founder) - Managing Director, Jim Finnis – Development Director and Nick Court – Studio Manager.

Broadsword also provides a conversion service to and from PC, PS2, PSP, PS3, Xbox, Xbox 360, GameCube, DS and Wii formats. This work involves the design and development of innovative projects from concept to delivery of either a master CD for the client or a download from the internet, whichever is appropriate.

Contracts completed during 2006 include the award-winning Dance Factory for Codemasters and Dance Fest & Street Dance for Oxygen Interactive. 2007 has seen the completion of Fruitfall DS for System 3 & Impossible Mission on PS2 & Wii, again for System 3, along with 25toLife for Eidos.

Credited on 24 Games from 1999 to 2009

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Dance Party: Pop Hits (2009 on PlayStation 2, Wii)
Dance Party: Club Hits (2009 on Wii, PlayStation 2)
PopStar Guitar (2008 on PlayStation 2, Wii)
Jetix Puzzle Buzzle (2008 on Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2)
REALPLAY Golf (2007 on PlayStation 2)
Impossible Mission (2007 on PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, PSP...)
Thomas & Friends: A Day at the Races (2007 on PlayStation 2)
The Quest for Aladdin's Treasure (2007 on PlayStation 2, Windows)
Robin Hood's Quest (2007 on PlayStation 2, Windows)
The Snow Queen Quest (2007 on Windows, PlayStation 2)
Super Fruitfall (2006 on PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, PSP...)
Dance Fest (2006 on PlayStation 2)
Street Dance (2006 on PlayStation 2)
Dance Factory (2006 on PlayStation 2)
Dance:UK XL Lite (2005 on PlayStation 2)
Dance:UK: eXtra Trax (2004 on PlayStation, PlayStation 2)
MC Groovz Dance Craze (2004 on GameCube)
Dance:UK (2003 on PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Xbox)
Wreckless: The Yakuza Missions (2002 on PlayStation 2, GameCube)
Paris-Dakar Rally (2001 on Windows, PlayStation 2)

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History +

July 9, 2008

The company is accepted in the iPhone developer program and plans three games for 2008.

July 15, 2002

Broadsword is granted registered developer status on Xbox by Microsoft.

May 6, 2002

Company is granted registered developer status on GameCube by Nintendo.

1995

Company formed by David Rowe and John Jones-Steele

Trivia +

Location and contact information (2007):

Broadsword Interactive Limited

8 Science Park

Aberystwyth

Ceredigion

Wales

SY23 3AH

United Kingdom

Telephone: +44(0)1970 626299

Facsimile: +44(0)1970 626291

http://www.broadsword.co.uk/

email: [email protected]

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