MachineGames

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MachineGames
Subsidiary of ZeniMax Media
Industry Video game industry, interactive entertainment
Founded 2009
Headquarters Uppsala, Sweden
Key people
Jerk Gustafsson, President and CEO[1]
Products Video games
Owner ZeniMax Media
Number of employees
50–60[2]
Parent ZeniMax Media (2010–present)
Website www.machinegames.com

MachineGames (corporate name MachineGames Sweden AB) is a Swedish video game developer based in Uppsala, Sweden. It was founded in 2009 by Fredrik Ljungdahl, Jerk Gustafsson, Jens Matthies, Jim Kjellin, Kjell Emanuelsson, Magnus Högdahl and Michael Wynne, who were all key members of Starbreeze Studios. All members previously worked on The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay (2004) and The Darkness (2007).[3]

In November 2010, MachineGames was acquired by Bethesda Softworks's parent company ZeniMax Media.[4] MachineGames developed Wolfenstein: The New Order (2014) using the id Tech 5 game engine.[5][6]


Game Year Genre Game Engine Platform(s)
PS3 X360 Win PS4 XBO
Wolfenstein: The New Order 2014 First-person shooter id Tech 5 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

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