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Fuse Games

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Fuse Games
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Founded: September 2002
Founder: N/A
President: N/A
Defunct: November 2009
Parent company / owner: N/A
Divisions / subsidiaries: N/A

Fuse Games was an independent British video game development company founded in 2002, based in Burford, Oxfordshire. The studio was best known for developing games for Nintendo, specializing in pinball titles.

History[edit]

Fuse Games was originally founded in September of 2002 by Adrian Barritt and Richard Horrocks, developers of the Pro Pinball series for Cunning Developments.[1]

On November 3, 2009, following the completion of Pinball Pulse: The Ancients Beckon, Fuse Games would enter liquidation, a decision made after several shareholders had withdrawn from the company. Days following this, however, Barritt and Horrocks opened a new company, Silverball Studios, purchasing all of Fuse's assets and hiring all of the former Fuse staff.[2] In 2012, Silverball was acquired by Barnstorm Games, becoming their primary in-house development team.[3]

Games published by Nintendo[edit]

Game Year Console
Mario Pinball Land 2004 Game Boy Advance
Metroid Prime Pinball 2005 Nintendo DS
Active Health with Carol Vorderman 2009 Nintendo DS
Pinball Pulse: The Ancients Beckon 2009 Nintendo DSi

External links[edit]

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Fuse Games on other NIWA Wikis:
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References[edit]

  1. Fuse Games on Mario Pinball. IGN (September 20, 2004). Retrieved November 6, 2021.
  2. Silverball opens following Fuse closure. MCV/DEVELOP (December 4, 2009). Retrieved November 6, 2021.
  3. Company History. Barnstorm Games (Archived on December 24, 2016). Retrieved November 6, 2021.


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Internal divisions
Subsidiaries
Owned / Affiliated Seattle Mariners* • The Pokémon Company • Warpstar Inc.
* – Former / Defunct

8-4 • AlphaDream* • Ambrella* • Argonaut Games* • Arika • Artoon* • Arzest • AS Tokyo Studios • Bandai Namco • Capcom • Camelot • Cing* • Creatures Inc. • DeNA • DigitalScape • Eighting • Flagship* • Fuse Games* • Game Freak • Ganbarion • Genius Sonority • Good-Feel • Grezzo • HAL Laboratory • Hatena • Hudson Soft* • indieszero • iNiS • Intelligent Systems • Jamsworks • Jupiter • Koei Tecmo • Kuju • Left Field Productions* • Level-5 • Marigul Management* • Mistwalker • Monster Games • Noise • Paon • PlatinumGames • Q-Games • Rare* • Red Entertainment • Sega (Atlus) • Sora Ltd. • skip • Softnica • Square Enix • St.GIGA* • Syn Sophia • TOSE • Treasure • Vanpool • Vitei
* – Former / Defunct

Presidents
Managers, etc. Internal
Subsidiaries
  • NNSD: Yusuke Beppu
  • Monolith Soft: Hirohide Sugiura, Tetsuya Takahashi
  • 1-Up Studio: Gen Kadoi
  • ND Cube: Hidetoshi Endo
  • Retro: Michael Kelbaugh
  • NERD: Alexandre Delattre