Artificial mind and movement

Behaviour Interactive
Private
Industry Interactive entertainment
Founded 1992
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Key people Remi Racine, CEO
Products Wet, Scaler, Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings, Happy Feet
Employees 375[1]
Website www.bhvr.com

Behaviour Interactive, formerly Artificial Mind and Movement, founded in 1992 in Quebec City, Quebec as Megatoon Entertainment Group, is the largest independent game development studio in Canada, specializing in the production of 2D and 3D action/adventure games for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, PC, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS. Behaviour's latest project is Doritos Crash Course 2 released on May 8, 2013.

In November 2008, the company acquired Santiago, Chile based Wanako Games from Activision Blizzard.

Behaviour Interactive claims to be the largest independent game studio in Canada with 375 employees in Montreal.

Titles

Awards & notable news

  • Artificial Mind and Movement (A2M) has been named in the Link)
  • Artificial Mind and Movement (A2M) wins "Best Mobile game of the year" at the Canadian Awards for the electronic and animation art for "Kim Possible: Kimmunicator"
  • Artificial Mind and Movement (A2M) acquires Wanako Games November 20, 2008. With this acquisition, Artificial Mind and Movement (A2M) is expanding its offering across Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA) and PlayStation Network (PSN), using Wanako's established TONGAS game framework.

External links

  • Behaviour Interactive website
  • A2M website

References

  • Hains, Hélène. "A2M makes the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 50", Enigma Communications, Friday, September 22, 2006, retrieved Friday, September 22, 2006.
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