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Beamdog

Beamdog
Developer(s) Beamdog
Initial release July 2010 (2010-07)
Development status Active
Platform Microsoft Windows
Type Content delivery
License Beamdog EULA (Proprietary software)
Website beamdog.com

Beamdog is a digital distribution platform. Beamdog facilitates the purchase, download and updating of software. Beamdog was founded by Trent Oster, BioWare co-founder and Cameron Tofer, former BioWare lead programmer.[1] The service was launched in July 2010.[2]

Contents

  • Overhaul Games 1
  • Games 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Overhaul Games

Overhaul games is a division of Beamdog. Originally Overhaul Games was a part of Beamdog, but following the release of MDK2 Wii had been formed to work on MDK2 HD.[1] The name Overhaul Games was made to reflect the companies work on MDK2 HD as they had overhauled the game into a next generation game. The team recently released Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, an overhaul of Baldur's Gate.[3][4]

Games

Though Beamdog mainly publishes games to its website, its developing division Overhaul Games has developed games for Beamdog, while the actual Beamdog team has developed a game itself.

References

  1. ^ a b Callaham, John (2010-06-29), "Interview: BioWare co-founder talks about launching Beamdog and MDK2 HD", Big Download ( 
  2. ^ (Press release) (2010-03-24), "BioWare Veterans launch Beamdog, a new PC digital distribution service", Beamdog, retrieved 2012-03-16 
  3. ^ Dutton, Fred (2012-03-19), "Baldur's Gate 3 is "our long-term goal", says Beamdog",  
  4. ^ Keefer, John (2012-03-19), "Baldur's Gate 3 is a 'long-term goal' of Beamdog",  
  • Williams, Rob (2011-10-13), "A Look at Beamdog's PC Game Digital Distribution Service", Techgage, retrieved 2012-03-24 

External links

  • Official website
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