Feral Interactive

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Feral Interactive
Private
Industry Video games
Founded 1996
Headquarters London, UK
Area served
Global
Key people
David Stephen
Ian Bullock
Edwin Smith
Andrew Wood
Products Games for OS X, Ubuntu, SteamOS and Linux
Number of employees
50-100
Slogan Make your play
Website Feral Interactive

Feral Interactive is a video game publisher for OS X and Linux founded in 1996.

Feral Interactive has worked with publishers such as Square Enix, 2K Games, SEGA, TT Games, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Codemasters.[1] Feral sources games from these publishers for porting to and publishing on the Macintosh and Linux platforms. Most of Feral's releases are developed internally, but some games, particularly older releases, have been developed externally.

Since 1996, company was only doing porting and publishing for Mac OS X versions of games, but on 19 June 2014 it released its first game for Linux, XCOM: Enemy Unknown.[2]

Awards[edit]

In 2006, the Mac version of The Movies won a BAFTA award for the best game in the Simulation category.[3]

In 2012, the Mac version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution won a 2012 Apple Design Award as part of the Mac Developer Showcase.[4]

Games[edit]

Mac[edit]

Linux[edit]

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