LightBox Interactive

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LightBox Interactive, Inc
Type Private
Industry Video games
Predecessors Incognito Entertainment
Founded January 2009
Headquarters Austin, Texas
Key people Dylan Jobe (president)
Bruce Woodard (technical director)
Employees 8
Website http://www.lightboxinteractive.com

LightBox Interactive is an American video game developer, founded in January 2009 by former team members of Incognito Entertainment (including Dylan Jobe[1]), developer of titles such as Warhawk, Twisted Metal: Black, and War of the Monsters.

From 2010 to 2012 they were engaged in a multi-year, multi-title partnership with Sony Computer Entertainment of America developing games for all the PlayStation family of platforms. The studio relocated from Salt Lake City, Utah to Austin, Texas in the Fall of 2009.[2] On October 17, 2012 it was confirmed that LightBox Interactive's contract with Sony ended and that LightBox laid off 24 employees the day after. Light Box had 32 employees in total. They also confirmed they were moving to iOS game development.[3]

Games developed[edit]

Game Title Released Platform Notes
Starhawk 2012 PlayStation 3 Collaborated development with SCE Santa Monica Studio

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