Skunk Studios, LLC.

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Skunk Studios® formed in the summer of 2001 with one purpose - provide high quality games that exceed the expectations of gamers. Whether with the whole family or playing solo, Skunk Studios games are designed to entertain. With a focus on creativity and ingenuity, we put our hearts into game development. Your happiness is our goal.

When you purchase a game from Skunk Studios, your money helps fund the creation of new games. We'd like to say, "Thank You!" to everyone who has purchased a Skunk Studios product. And another "Thank You!" to all the publishers and distributors who have placed our titles on sites around the globe. You have helped to fund development of many great new games, including the eagerly anticipated Mah Jong Adventures’ and QBeez’ 2.

In 2004, Skunk Studios extended its game catalog in a BIG way by adding over 300 games by other developers. A new Skunk Studios website emerged in October 2005, with improved accessibility to games and a customer support service that is second to none. The new and vastly improved site includes community features, customized member pages, and much more. Come join our family and let the good times roll!

[Source: games.skunkstudios.com]

Credited on 14 Games from 2000 to 2010

Flux Family Secrets: The Rabbit Hole (2010 on Macintosh, Windows)
Flux Family Secrets: The Rabbit Hole (Collector's Edition) (2010 on Windows, Macintosh, iPhone...)
Flux Family Secrets: The Ripple Effect (2009 on Windows, Macintosh, iPad...)
Restoring Rhonda (2008 on Windows, Macintosh)
The Sims: Carnival - Bumper Blast (2008 on Windows)
Bengal: Game of Gods (2006 on Windows)
Tennis Titans (2005 on Windows, Macintosh)
Incadia (2004 on Windows, J2ME)
Varmintz Deluxe (2004 on Windows, Macintosh)
Sveerz Deluxe (2003 on Windows, Macintosh)
WordUp (2002 on Windows, Macintosh, iPhone)
Gutterball 3D (2002 on Windows, Macintosh)
QBz (2001 on Windows, Macintosh, iPhone)
Tamale Loco: Rumble in the Desert II (2000 on Windows, Macintosh)

History +

2004

Gutterball 2 wins "Best Sports Game of the Year" by RealArcade

2004

Their puzzle game, Sveerz, was nominated for "Best Interactive Music Score" and "Most Innovative Use of Sound" at the Game Audio Network Guild (GANG) Awards.

2002

In 2002, both Gutterball 3D and Word Up received industry recognition as they were awarded with "Best Word Game of the Year" and "Best Sports Game of the Year," respectively, by RealArcade.

2001

Company is founded.

2001

Tamale Loco: Rumble in the Desert was nominated for "Original Game Character of the Year" at the 2001 Game Developer Choice Awards.

Trivia +

Skunk Co-Founder, Margaret Wallace, started off in the games industry working at PF.Magic, an innovative start-up that created some of the world's first "virtual pets". Their product lines, Dogz and Catz, are still being published today.

The founding members of Skunk Studios are Margaret Wallace, Kalle Wik, Jason Calderone, Joseph Walters and Thomas Estess.

Most of the founders of Skunk Studios met while they were working at the new-found Shockwave.com

Two of Skunk Studios founders, Kalle and Jason, have known each other since high school.

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