Cat Daddy Games

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Cat Daddy Games
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryVideo games
FoundedMarch 1996; 26 years ago (1996-03)
Founders
  • Ryan Haveson
  • Harley Howe
  • Patrick Wilkinson
Headquarters,
US
Parent2K

Cat Daddy Games is an American video game developer and a studio of 2K based in Kirkland, Washington.[1] It was founded in the Seattle area by Ryan Haveson, Harley Howe, and Patrick Wilkinson after leaving Microsoft's games division in March 1996.[2] During their time at Microsoft, they compiled a list of features they wanted to see in a game, and upon forming Cat Daddy Games, started developing Demon Isle, an action-adventure game.[3] In Q2 2003, Cat Daddy Games was acquired by Take-Two Interactive and became an internal development studio for Take-Two's Global Star Software label.[4] On September 10, 2007, Take-Two Interactive announced the opening of 2K Play, a new sub-label for its 2K division, which consumed all assets of Global Star Software, including Cat Daddy Games.[5]

Games developed[edit]

Year Title Platform(s) Publisher Notes
1999 Full Strength Strongman Competition Microsoft Windows Head Games Publishing
2000 Ski Resort Tycoon Activision Value
2001 Golf Resort Tycoon
Ski Resort Tycoon II
Skateboard Park Tycoon
2002 Casino Mogul Monte Cristo
Golf Resort Tycoon II Activision Value
Snowboard Park Tycoon
The Gladiators of Rome
2003 Cruise Ship Tycoon
The History Channel: Civil War - Great Battles
2004 Medieval Conquest Global Star Software
Outdoor Life: Sportsman's Challenge
School Tycoon
Ski Resort Extreme
Wildfire
2005 American Civil War: Gettysburg
Mall Tycoon 3
2006 Deal or No Deal
SPLAT Magazine Renegade Paintball
SPLAT Magazine Renegade Paintball Xbox
2007 Carnival Games Wii
Deal or No Deal: Secret Vault Games Microsoft Windows 2K Play
2008 Carnival Games: Mini Golf Wii
2009 Birthday Party Bash
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey: Circus Friends – Asian Elephants Nintendo DS
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey: The Greatest Show on Earth Wii
2010 New Carnival Games Nintendo DS
Wii
2011 Let's Cheer! Kinect
Carnival Games: Wild West 3D Nintendo 3DS
2012 Carnival Games: Monkey See, Monkey Do Kinect
Comedy Central's Indecision Game Android
iOS
GridBlock Android
iOS
Herd, Herd, Herd
House Pest featuring Fiasco the Cat Android
Fire OS
iOS
2013 Beejumbled Android
iOS
Herd, Herd, Herd Android
Fire OS
MyNBA2K14 Android 2K Sports
Fire OS
iOS
Sensei Wars Android 2K Play
iOS
Turd Birds Android
iOS
2014 MyNBA2K15 Android 2K Sports
iOS
WWE SuperCard Android
Fire OS
iOS
2015 Evolve: Hunter's Quest Android 2K Games
iOS
Microsoft Windows Apps
Windows Phone
MyNBA2K16 Android 2K Sports
iOS
NHL SuperCard Android
Fire OS
iOS
WWE SuperCard - Season 2 Android
Fire OS
iOS
2016 Carnival Games VR HTC Vive 2K Play
Oculus Rift
PlayStation VR
Mafia III: Rivals Android 2K Games
iOS
MyNBA2K17 Android 2K Sports
Fire OS
iOS
NHL SuperCard 2K17 Android Assisted Koolhaus Games
Fire OS
iOS
WWE SuperCard - Season 3 Android
Fire OS
iOS
2017 Carnival Games VR: Alley Adventure HTC Vive 2K Play
Oculus Rift
PlayStation VR
Samsung Gear VR
MyNBA2K18 Android 2K Sports
iOS
NHL SuperCard 2K18 Android Assisted Koolhaus Games
iOS
WWE SuperCard - Season 4 Android
Fire OS
iOS
2018 MyNBA2K19 Android Assisted Koolhaus Games
iOS
NBA 2K Mobile
WWE SuperCard - Season 5 Android
Fire OS
iOS
2019 MyNBA2K20 Android Assisted Koolhaus Games
iOS
NBA 2K Mobile Android
NBA 2K Mobile - Season 2 Android
iOS
WWE SuperCard - Season 6 Android
iOS
2020 MyNBA2K21 Android Assisted Koolhaus Games
iOS
NBA 2K Mobile - Season 3 Android
iOS
NBA SuperCard Android Assisted Koolhaus Games
iOS
WWE SuperCard - Season 7 Amazon Appstore
Android
Facebook Gaming
iOS
2021 MyNBA2K22 Android Assisted Koolhaus Games
iOS
NBA 2K Mobile - Season 4 Android
iOS
NBA SuperCard - Season 2 Android Assisted Koolhaus Games
iOS
WWE SuperCard - Season 8 Amazon Appstore
Android
Facebook Gaming
iOS

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cat Daddy Games LLC". Bloomberg News.
  2. ^ "Demon Isle". ng alphas. Next Generation. No. 30. Imagine Publishing. June 1997. p. 98.
  3. ^ "Demon Isle – Cat Daddy's Big Debut". On the Coding Edge. InterAction Magazine. Sierra On-Line. 1997. p. 84.
  4. ^ "Form 10-K – Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc". U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. January 31, 2006.
  5. ^ Androvich, Mark (September 10, 2007). "Nickelodeon enters agreement with new 2K Play label". GamesIndustry.biz. Archived from the original on August 16, 2019. Retrieved February 10, 2018.

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