Demiurge Studios

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Demiurge Studios
Subsidiary of Sega
Industry Video game
Founded 2002
Headquarters Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.
Key people
Albert Reed
Chris Linder
Tom Lin
Parent Sega

Demiurge Studios is an American video game developer company, founded in 2002 by Albert Reed, Chris Linder and Tom Lin. It is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.[1] The company has helped other developers such as Electronic Arts, Epic Games, Gearbox Software and THQ[2] create multiplayer maps for their games, but is best known for porting Mass Effect to Microsoft Windows, released in May 2008.

Demiurge Studios worked co-operatively on Green Day: Rock Band with Harmonix and Electronic Arts.[3] Demiurge Studios released their in-house project Shoot Many Robots in March 2012.

On February 19, 2015, Demiurge was acquired by Sega. It will be incorporated into its mobile gaming subsidiary Sega Networks.[4]

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