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|Type||Limited liability company|
|Industry||Video game industry|
|Headquarters||Louisville, Colorado, United States|
They were co-developing Warrior's Lair with SCE San Diego Studio, a game which they used to demonstrate the abilities of the PlayStation Vita at its official presentation at E3 2011, one of the highlights of the launch. but it was cancelled. Their first release is Rally Cross 2 for the PlayStation and their latest is Ratchet: Deadlocked HD for the PlayStation 3.
|Rally Cross 2||1998||PlayStation|
|Cool Boarders 3||1998||PlayStation|
|Cool Boarders 4||1999||PlayStation|
|Cool Boarders 2001||2000||PlayStation, PlayStation 2|
|My Street||2003||PlayStation 2|
|Neopets: The Darkest Faerie||2005||PlayStation 2|
|Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa||2008||PlayStation 2|
|Ratchet & Clank Collection||2012||PlayStation 3|
|Ratchet: Deadlocked HD||2013||PlayStation 3|
|Warrior's Lair||cancelled||PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita|
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- Thomas, David (March 10, 2003). "Preteens may follow 'My Street' online Louisville's Idol Minds aims to expand appeal of Internet gaming". The Denver Post.
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