OverviewEA Seattle was a development studio originally established as Manley & Associates in 1992, and acquired and renamed by Electronic Arts in 1996. It was closed down in 2002.
A part of the engineering team left in the nineties to form and work at Lobotomy Software.
Also Known As
- EA Seattle (from 1996 to present) -- abbreviated name
- Manley & Associates, Inc. (from 1982 to 1996)
|Matt Hayes' Fishing||(2002)|
|Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2||(2002)|
|Ultimate Hunt Challenge Pack||(2000)|
|Deer Hunt Challenge||(1999)|
|Need for Speed: High Stakes||(1999)|
|Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit||(1998)|
|Need for Speed II: SE||(1997)|
|Need for Speed II||(1997)|
|Need for Speed: Special Edition, The||(1996)|
|King Arthur & the Knights of Justice||(1994)|
|My Own Stories||(1993)|
|An American Tail: The Computer Adventures of Fievel and His Friends||(1993)|
|Pink Goes to Hollywood||(1993)|
|Wizard of Oz, The||(1993)|
|Home Alone 2: Lost in New York||(1992)|
|Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos||(1991)|
|Are We There Yet?||(1991)|
|At the Carnival||(1990)|
|Fool's Errand, The||(1989)|
|Third Courier, The||(1989)|
|Aliens: The Computer Game||(1987)|
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