|Initial release||July 2010|
|License||Beamdog EULA (Proprietary software)|
Beamdog is a digital distribution platform. Beamdog facilitates the purchase, download and updating of software. Beamdog was founded by Trent Oster, BioWare co-founder and Cameron Tofer, former BioWare lead programmer. The service was launched in July 2010.
Overhaul games is a division of Beamdog. Originally Overhaul Games was a part of Beamdog, but following the release of MDK2 Wii had been formed to work on MDK2 HD. The name Overhaul Games was made to reflect the companies work on MDK2 HD as they had overhauled the game into a next generation game. The team recently released Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, an overhaul of Baldur's Gate.
Though Beamdog mainly publishes games to its website, its developing division Overhaul Games has developed games for Beamdog, while the actual Beamdog team has developed a game itself.
- MDK2 Wii (2011) - Developed by Beamdog, Published by Interplay
- MDK2 HD (2012) - Developed by Overhaul Games, Published by Interplay
- Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition (2012) - Developed by Overhaul Games, Published by Beamdog
- Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition (2013) - Developed by Overhaul Games, Published by Beamdog
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