Pipeworks Software

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Pipeworks Software
Type Public
Industry Computer and video games
Founded November, 1999
Headquarters Eugene, Oregon, U.S.
Key people Dan White: Studio Technical Director; Bobby Wolfe: Studio Art Director
Products Deadliest Warrior: The Game, Monopoly, Geo-Storm, Charm Girls Club: Pajama Party, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Merv Griffin's Crosswords, Godzilla: Unleashed, Godzilla: Save the Earth, Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee, Rampage: Total Destruction, Prince of Persia: Revelations, GLOM, Xbox and Xbox 360 Boot ROMs
Website Pipeworks.com

Pipework Software is an American software development company.

History[edit]

Part of Foundation 9 Entertainment, the largest independent game developer in North America, Pipeworks Software, Inc. began life as an independent studio with senior artists, designers, and programmers from such titles as Tribes, Pro Pilot, Populous, Aces, 3D Ultra, Front Page Sports, and Coaster. Pipeworks is a key developer of software and technology for current generation consoles. Based in Eugene, Oregon, the studio is known for its underlying technologies, which give game developers the tools to create game content. Pipeworks develops games for platforms including the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U, and the PC. Some of their released titles include Charm Girls Club: Pajama Party for the Nintendo Wii; and Monopoly for the PlayStation Portable. Deadliest Warrior: The Game for the X360 and PS3 is one of its most recent creations, as well as other unannounced projects.

Work on Microsoft Xbox consoles[edit]

Pipeworks is noted for creating the boot ROM for the Microsoft Xbox [1] and Xbox 360 [2] consoles, including the opening animated sequences.

Software developed[edit]

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