Data Design Interactive
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Logo of Data Design Interactive since 2006
|Data Design Systems|
|Industry||Video game industry|
|Defunct||24 August 2012|
Number of locations
|2 offices (2008)|
|Stewart Green (President, CEO)|
|Divisions||Data Design Interactive LLC|
Data Design Interactive Ltd (DDI) was a British video game developer and publisher. The company was founded in 1983 as Data Design Systems in Halesowen, England, was acquired by Stewart Green's Green Solutions in May 1990, and incorporated as limited company on 2 August 1999. In August 2007, they acquired Metro3D, Inc.'s European office, Metro3D Europe Ltd., and reformed it into Popcorn Arcade, their Wii development subsidiary. A United States office, Data Design Interactive LLC, was opened in Sarasota, Florida and announced on 23 May 2008, which later moved to Osprey, Florida. Due to insolvency, the original United Kingdom office went out of business on 24 August 2012.
- Conquest Earth (1997)
- Lego Rock Raiders (1999)
- Nickelodeon Party Blast (2002)
- Ninjabread Man (2005)
- Anubis II (2005)
- Myth Makers: Trixie in Toyland (2005)
- Billy the Wizard: Rocket Broomstick Racing (2006)
- London Taxi: Rush Hour (2006)
- Myth Makers Super Kart GP (2006)
- Rock 'n' Roll Adventures (2007)
- Myth Makers: Orbs of Doom (2007)
- Kawasaki Jet Ski (2008)
- Kawasaki Snowmobiles (2008)
- Action Girlz Racing (2008)
- Urban Extreme (2008)
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