Hypnotix

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Hypnotix, Inc.
Industry Computer and video game industry
Fate Acquired by Electronic Arts in 2005
Founded 1993
Defunct July 2005
Headquarters Little Falls, New Jersey
Key people Mike Taramykin, President
Thomas Kirtchner
John Sousa
Mike Cayado
Jason Shenkman
Products Outlaw Golf
Outlaw Volleyball
Deer Avenger

Hypnotix, Inc. was an American video game developer that was founded in 1993 and located in Little Falls, New Jersey.[1] The company's highest-profile games were its "Outlaw" series of sports titles, which included Outlaw Golf, Outlaw Volleyball, and Outlaw Tennis. Hypnotix is also responsible for a wide variety of PC and console products including the Deer Avenger series, which has sold over a million copies.[2]

In July 2005, the company was acquired by Electronic Arts and most of the team was relocated to Orlando, Florida to develop titles such as the Arena Football series.[3][4]

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