Beep Industries

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Beep Industries
Industry Interactive entertainment
Founded 2000
Headquarters Bothell, Washington, USA

Beep Industries is a video game developer known for creating Voodoo Vince for the Xbox video game console.

Company history[edit]

Beep Industries was founded in 2000 by Clayton Kauzlaric. Their best (and only) known console release is a platform game called Voodoo Vince, exclusively for the Xbox. Two years after the release of Voodoo Vince, the company made a series of downloadable PC games, which were released to Gamehouse, Oberon Media (formally Oberon Games) and RealArcade, with Realms of Gold, Word Spiral, Four Houses, Zodiac, and Flying Leo. Beep Industries released an iPad version of Word Spiral to iPad in 2010.

Kauzlaric partnered with long-time associate Ron Gilbert to release The Big Big Castle in 2012 and Scurvy Scallywags in The Voyage to Discover The Ultimate Sea Shanty in 2013.

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