Digital Infinity

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For the linguistics term, see Digital infinity.

Digital Infinity used to be a games development company based in Haarlem, the Netherlands, founded by Arnout van der Kamp. The company was founded in January 1995, and later merged into Lost Boys Games in 2000, which eventually became Guerrilla Games in 2003.[1][2]

Digital Infinity gained exposure by the development of their Mario-like fantasy first-person shooter by the name of Knights. The game was first to be released on the Dreamcast-console, and was later scheduled to be a PlayStation 2-title. The development of the Knights-game was cancelled in 2003.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Racegame Scrap Metal aangekondigd voor Xbox Live Arcade" (in Dutch). Gamer.nl. 28 Aug 2009. 
  2. ^ "Killzone 3: Vuelve Guerrilla Games" (in Spanish). VadeJuegos.com. 23 Feb 2011.