Mucky Foot Productions
|Industry||Video game industry|
Mucky Foot Productions Limited was a British video game developer, which existed from 1997 to 2003.
The Company was founded in 1997 in Guildford, United Kingdom by three ex-Bullfrog developers: Mike Diskett, Fin McGechie and Guy Simmons. Another ex-Bullfrog stalwart, Gary Carr, joined as the fourth director shortly afterwards.
A worldwide publishing deal with the UK publisher Eidos was announced in October 1997. That announcement was also used to announce Muckyfoot's first game Urban Chaos. At this point the game was referred to by its earlier work in progress name of Dark City.
Despite high initial expectations, the company closed its doors in late 2003. This company closure saw six further games cease development while still only part produced like Bulletproof Monk, The Punisher, and Urban Chaos 2.
After the company closed, their official website remained active. However, its content at closure was replaced with the developer's internal quote sheet.
|1999||Urban Chaos||Windows, PlayStation, Dreamcast|
|2002||Blade II||PlayStation 2, Xbox|
|Canceled||Bulletproof Monk||PlayStation 2, Xbox, Windows|
|The Punisher||PlayStation 2, Xbox, Windows|
|Urban Chaos 2||PlayStation 2, Xbox, Windows|
- "Mucky Foot". IGN. Archived from the original on December 13, 2010. Retrieved 2008-02-26.
- "Eidos Interactive Signs Mucky Foot".
- "Mucky Foot shutters doors". GameSpot (Thorsen, Tor.). 2003-11-03. Retrieved 2008-02-25.
- "Footprints: The rise and fall of Mucky Foot". Retrieved 2009-02-10.
- "MuckyFoot.com defunct site". Retrieved 2008-02-26.
- UrbanChaos on Github.com
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