Firebrand Games Limited
Firebrand Games Limited is a British video game developer based in Glasgow, Scotland. The company was founded by chief executive officer Mark Greenshields in 2006 and has operated a second office in Merritt Island, Florida, since September 2007. after his previous venture, DC Studios, closed its operations in the United Kingdom earlier that year. He became the new company's chief executive officer. In September 2007, the company announced the opening a second office in Merritt Island, Florida. This office replaced DC Studios' only remaining studio, which was based in Montreal. In September 2009, Firebrand Games' headquarters were moved into new, larger office spaces within Glasgow. By August 2010, primarily due to the cost of doing business in Scotland, the Meritt Island office had grown larger in headcount than the Glasgow headquarters. Firebrand Games has primarily worked on Nintendo DS versions of third-party intellectual properties in the racing genre, including TrackMania and Need for Speed. Several of these use the in-house game engine titled 3D Octane. In May 2011, the company stated its desire to develop a game in the F-Zero franchise Firebrand Games announced its first original intellectual property, the puzzle game Solar Flux, in July 2013.
Logo: On a white background, we see a orange circle with a black "f" inside with a black circle. Below it is the text "firebrand games" in a tubular font.
- A 3D version exists.
- In later years, the entire text is in a futuristic font.
- Sometimes, it shares the screen with other logos.
Availability: First seen on Cartoon Network Racing, and appears on many Nintendo DS and Wii games from the period, such as Fast & Furious Showdown.
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