Page 44 Studios

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Page 44 Studios
Subsidiary of Zynga
FateClosed
Founded1998
Defunct2011; 8 years ago (2011)
HeadquartersSan Francisco, California
Key people
General Manager: Steven Apour
Director of Development: Denis Fung
SVP: Tom Shoenhair
ProductsTony Hawk's Project 8
Tony Hawk's Proving Ground
Number of employees
60

Page 44 Studios was a video game developer based in San Francisco, California. It was founded in 1998 by General Manager Steven Apour and Director of Development Denis Fung, and named after its original office location at 44 Page Street in San Francisco. Page 44 Studios worked with several video game publishers such as Disney Interactive Studios, THQ, Electronic Arts, Sony Computer Entertainment, Microsoft Studios, and Activision. In September 2011, the company was acquired by the mobile division of Zynga. At Zynga, Page 44 Studios worked on the Party Place game for Android/iOS, and a few other prototypes.

Games[edit]

Year Name Publisher Console(s)
2001 NHL 2001 EA Sports
Supercross 2001
Freekstyle EA Sports BIG
2004 Gretzky NHL 2005 Sony Computer Entertainment America
2005 Gretzky NHL 2006
2006 The Godfather: The Game Electronic Arts
Tony Hawk's Project 8 Activision
2007 Tony Hawk's Proving Ground Activision
2008 World of Goo 2D Boy
High School Musical 3: Senior Year DANCE! Disney Interactive Studios
2009 Hannah Montana: Rock Out the Show
Madden NFL 10 EA Sports
2010 Disney Channel All Star Party Disney Interactive Studios
uDraw Pictionary THQ
Madden NFL 11 Electronic Arts
2011 Madden NFL 12
Pictionary: Ultimate Edition THQ
Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks Disney Interactive Studios

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