Head Games Publishing, Inc.

Moby ID: 83

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SBF Services Ltd, doing business as Head Games Publishing, was a publisher of value-priced outdoor sports and lifestyle PC CD-ROM games located near Minneapolis, Minnesota. The company had distribution channels to retail stores in the United States as well as internationally.

Some of their most memorable titles include their Extreme Sports series and the Cabela's Big Game Hunter games.

The company was acquired by Activision on July 1, 1998, and became a wholly owned subsidiary. By August 2000, Activision consolidated Head Games Publishing's assets with Expert Software and Elsinore Multimedia to form a new entity: Activision Value

Credited on 29 Games from 1996 to 2000

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City League Softball (2000 on Windows)
Freestyle BMX (2000 on Windows)
Jugular Street Luge Racing (2000 on Windows)
Zebco Pro Fishing 3D: Tournament Edition (2000 on Windows)
Extreme Paintbrawl 2 (1999 on Windows)
Full Strength Strongman Competition (1999 on Windows)
Extreme Rock Climbing (1999 on Windows)
Inherent Evil: The Haunted Hotel (1999 on Windows)
Cabela's Big Game Hunter III (1999 on Windows)
Extreme Boards & Blades (1999 on Windows)
Duck Hunter Pro (1999 on Windows)
Extreme Bullrider (1999 on Windows)
Extreme Mountain Biking (1999 on Windows)
Extreme Rodeo (1999 on Windows)
Extreme Tennis (1999 on Windows)
Extreme Watersports (1999 on Windows)
Extreme Wintersports (1999 on Windows)
Extreme Paintbrawl (1998 on Windows)
Remington Top Shot: Interactive Target Shooting (1998 on Windows, Macintosh)
5001 Games (1998 on Windows)

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History +

August 2000

Activision consolidates assets of HeadGames, Expert Software and Elsinore Multimedia to become Activision Value Publishing, Inc.

July 1, 1998

The company is acquired by Activision, Inc. in exchange for 1 million shares of Activision common stock.

Trivia +

Last known address:

Head Games

7646 Golden Triangle Dr

Eden Prarie, MN 55344

Website: http://www.headgames.net

Phone: (612) 942-5202

Fax: (612) 942-5580


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