|Fate||Defunct (split into Volition, Inc. and Outrage Entertainment)|
|Headquarters||Ann Arbor, Michigan
|Website||http://www.pxsoftware.com/ (archived version 2003-08-05)|
Parallax Software was a video game developer best known for creating the Descent series of computer games. Parallax Software was started in 1993 by Matt Toschlog and Mike Kulas. After the release of Descent II in 1997, the company was split to form Volition, Inc. (Mike Kulas) in Champaign, Illinois, and Outrage Entertainment (Matt Toschlog) in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Both companies were later bought by the (now defunct) publisher THQ. In July 2003, Outrage was shut down, but Volition Inc. continues to develop video games.
- Descent + Descent 2
- Descent I and II: The Definitive Collection
- Descent II
- Descent II: Destination Quartzon
- Descent II: The Infinite Abyss
- Descent II: Vertigo Series
- Descent Maximum
- Descent Venture Pack
- Descent: Anniversary Edition
- Descent: Levels of the World
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- "THQ declares bankruptcy, will continue publishing duties". PC Gamer. 2012-12-19. Retrieved 2014-01-19.
- Goldfarb, Andrew (23 January 2013). "THQ Dissolved, Saints Row, Company of Heroes Devs Acquired". IGN. Retrieved 23 January 2013.
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