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NuFX, Inc. was a Chicago area development company founded by Lou Haehn and Patrick Quinn. It was incorporated on March 9, 1990. After a long relationship with Electronic Arts, NuFX was acquired by the game giant in February 2004 [1] and then was "kind of merged" with EA Canada's Def Jam/Fight Night team to form EA Chicago. [2] [3]

Research Methods: Online resources

3DO

  • PGA Tour 96 (co-developed with Hitmen Productions) (US Publisher: Electronic Arts)

Game Gear

  • MTV's Beavis and Butt-Head (US/EU Publisher: Viacom New Media)
Music: Byte-Size Sound
  • Surf Ninjas (US Publisher: Sega)
Music: Schmidt Entertainment Technologies
  • Taz-Mania (US/EU Publisher: Sega; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)

GameCube

  • NBA Street (co-developed with Electronic Arts Canada) (US Publisher: Electronic Arts; JP Publisher: Electronic Arts Square)
  • NBA Street Vol. 2 (co-developed with Electronic Arts Canada) (US/EU Publisher: Electronic Arts)

Jaguar

  • HardBall III (unreleased) (Atari)
At some point, it was decided to make HardBall 4 instead, and the game was turned over to High Voltage Software.

Lynx

  • Eye of the Beholder (unreleased) (Atari)
Sound: Byte-Size Sound
  • Hard Drivin' (US Publisher: Atari)
  • Hydra (US Publisher: Atari)
Music, Sound: Byte-Size Sound; Some Sound: Music Comp?
  • Robo-Squash (US Publisher: Atari)
Sound: Byte-Size Sound
  • Rygar (US Publisher: Atari)
  • Steel Talons (US Publisher: Atari)
Sound: Byte-Size Sound
  • Turbo Sub (US Publisher: Atari)
Music: Byte-Size Sound
  • Xybots (US Publisher: Atari)
Sound: Byte-Size Sound

Mega Drive/Genesis

Sound: Schmidt Entertainment Technologies
  • Mall Rats (unreleased) [4] [5]
Sound: Schmidt Entertainment Technologies
  • NBA Live 97 (US/EU Publisher: Electronic Arts; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
Sound: Schmidt Entertainment Technologies
  • PGA Tour 96 (US/EU Publisher: Electronic Arts)
  • Super Baseball 2020 / 2020 Super Baseball (US/EU Publisher: Electronic Arts; JP Publisher: Electronic Arts Victor)
[Some?] Sound: Schmidt Entertainment Technologies

Nintendo 64

  • NBA Live 99 (co-developed with Electronic Arts Canada) (US Publisher: Electronic Arts)
  • NBA Live 2000 (co-developed with Electronic Arts Canada) (US Publisher: Electronic Arts)

PlayStation

  • NBA Live 2000 (US Publisher: Electronic Arts; JP Publisher: EA Square)
  • NBA Live 2001 (US Publisher: Electronic Arts)
  • NBA Live 2002 (US Publisher: Electronic Arts)
  • NBA Live 2003 (US Publisher: Electronic Arts)
  • PGA Tour 98 (co-developer?) (US Publisher: Electronic Arts)

PlayStation 2

  • NBA Street (co-developed with Electronic Arts Canada) (US Publisher: Electronic Arts)
  • NBA Street Vol. 2 (co-developed with Electronic Arts Canada) (US Publisher: Electronic Arts)
  • NCAA March Madness 2002 (US Publisher: Electronic Arts)
  • NCAA March Madness 2003 (US Publisher: Electronic Arts)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • NBA Live 97 (US/EU Publisher: Electronic Arts)
Sound: Schmidt Entertainment Technologies

Windows

  • Aaron vs. Ruth: Battle of the Big Bats (US Publisher: Mindscape)
Game Concept and Design: Barr Entertainment; Sound: Schmidt Entertainment Technologies
  • Garou Densetsu 3: Road to the Final Victory / Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory (additional development) (JP Publisher: GameBank; US Publisher: WizardWorks)
Developer: Kinesoft
  • Raiden II (JP Publisher: GameBank)
Production, Additional Programming: Kinesoft
  • Shin Samurai Spirits: Haohmaru Jigokuhen (additional development) (JP Publisher: GameBank)
Developer: Kinesoft

Xbox

  • NBA Street Vol. 2 (co-developed with Electronic Arts Canada) (US/EU Publisher: Electronic Arts)

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