Beyond Games

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Beyond Games
Industry Video game industry
Interactive entertainment
Headquarters United States of America

Beyond Games was an American video game developer. It was founded in 1992 by Kris Johnson.[1] The first release from the company was BattleWheels for the Atari Lynx, winner of the 1993 Consumer Electronics Show Innovations Award. Their follow-up, CyberVirus was planned for release the following year, but abandoned due to sagging sales of the platform. Assets and code were sold to Songbird Productions, who completed and published the game in 2002.

Games developed[edit]

Year Title System Publisher
1993 BattleWheels Lynx Atari
1995 Ultra Vortek Jaguar Atari
1999 Redline PC Accolade
2000 Motor Mayhem PlayStation 2 Infogrames
2002 Hot Wheels Velocity X GameCube
PlayStation 2


  1. ^ "Company Profile". Beyond Games (ARCHIVED). Archived from the original on January 17, 1997. 

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