Boss Game Studios

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Boss Game Studios, Inc. was based in Redmond, Washington. It was founded in 1994 as an "independent offshoot" of visual effects firm Boss Film Studios, which worked on such movies as Die Hard and Ghostbusters. [1] [2] [3] The company shut down in 2002, unable to find a publisher for its Xbox racing game. [4]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, online resources

Dreamcast[edit]

  • Cryptonauts (unreleased) [5]

Nintendo 64[edit]

  • Dragon (unreleased) [6]
  • Pirates Booty or Pirate Booty (unreleased) [7] [8]
  • Probes (unreleased) [9] [10]
  • Stunt Racer 64 (US Publisher: Midway)
  • Top Gear Rally (US/EU/JP Publisher: Kemco)
  • Twisted Edge Extreme Snowboarding / King Hill 64 Extreme Snowboarding / Twisted Edge Snowboarding (US/JP/EU Publisher: Kemco)
  • World Driver: Championship (US/EU Publisher: Midway)

PlayStation[edit]

  • Kill Team (unreleased) (BMG Interactive) [11] [12]
  • Spider: The Video Game (US/EU/JP Publisher: BMG Interactive)

Saturn[edit]

  • Kill Team (unreleased) (BMG Interactive) [13] [14]
  • Spider: The Video Game (unreleased) (BMG Interactive) [15]

Virtual Boy[edit]

  • 3D Tank (unreleased) [16]

Windows[edit]

  • Boss Rally (US Publisher: SouthPeak Interactive)

Xbox[edit]

  • RacerX (unreleased) [17]