|Type||Video game developer|
|Headquarters||Green Bay, Wisconsin, U.S.|
|Key people||Andrew Gilmour, Ben Geisler, Jay Balakrishnan, Justin Kovac, Norb Rozek|
Frozen Codebase is an independent video game developer founded in 2006 by Ben Geisler. The company develops games for Microsoft's Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Sony's PlayStation 3, Nintendo's Wii and WiiWare.
On May 16, 2008,  Frozen Codebase and the Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA), announced an exclusive license agreement for Frozen Codebase to produce a video game based upon the sport of Roller Derby.
On July 22, 2009,  Konami and Adult Swim announced that Frozen Codebase is the developer of the Metalocalypse game (Metalocalypse: Dethgame), a PS3 and Xbox 360 downloadable game. Dethgame was previewed at Comic Con 2009. But in July 2010, the game was confirmed to be cancelled by publisher Konami Digital Entertainment "in light of creative differences".
- Metalocalypse: Dethgame - Xbox Live Arcade, PSN (Cancelled)
- Sandy Beach - WiiWare (2009)
- Zombie Wranglers — Xbox Live Arcade (2009)
- Elements of Destruction — Xbox Live Arcade, PC (2008)
- Screwjumper! — Xbox Live Arcade (2007)
- Kick-Ass: The Video Game — iPhone, PlayStation Network (2010)
- BurgerTime World Tour — WiiWare, Xbox Live Arcade, PSN, Windows (2011)
- "Frozen Codebase :: Punk Rock Game Development :: About". frozencodebase.com. Frozen Codebase. Retrieved 2008-06-14.
- "WFTDA Partners with Frozen Codebase to Produce Roller Derby Video Game". wftda. WFTDA. 16 May 2008. Retrieved 22 August 2009.
- Shiply, Zac (17 July 2008). "Frozen Codebase Discusses New WFTDA Roller Derby Video Game". dailypage. Isthmus. Retrieved 22 August 2009.
- "Konami and Adult Swim Announce Metalocalypse:Dethgame for XBLA and PSN". gamezone. Gamezone. 22 July 2009. Retrieved 4 August 2009.
- Keel,Jonah (3 August 2009). "Jonah Plays Adult Swim’s METALOCALYPSE DETHGAME at Comic-Con". collider. Collider.com. Retrieved 4 August 2009.
- North,Dale (25 July 2009). "SDCC: Our f'n metal preview of Metalocalypse". destructoid. Destructoid. Retrieved 4 August 2009.