NinjaBee

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NinjaBee
Type Video Game Developer
Industry Video game industry
Founded 2004
Headquarters Orem, UT, U.S.
Key people Steve Taylor, Brent Fox, Lane Kiriyama
Products Video games
Employees 45 (approx.)
Website www.ninjabee.com

NinjaBee is a game development studio that develops downloadable games for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, handheld consoles, the Wii's WiiWare service, the Xbox 360's Xbox Live Arcade, and PS3's PlayStation Network. As a sub-division of Wahoo Studios, NinjaBee is primarily involved in portable or downloadable games, with Wahoo being responsible for any larger projects.[1] Both are located in Orem, UT and employ around 45 employees total, including off-site contractors.[2]

Games[edit]

The NinjaBee website also serves as an online sales and distribution hub for a small number of independent PC games, such as Klei Entertainment's Eets.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About NinjaBee". ninjabee.com. Retrieved 2013-11-08. 
  2. ^ "Where are you guys located?". NinjaBee Player Community. Retrieved 2007-02-21. 

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