Artificial Mind & Movement

Artificial Mind & Movement

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Création 1992
Personnages clés Rémi Racine (CEO) [1]
Siège social Montréal, Québec
Drapeau du Canada Canada
Activité(s) développement de jeux vidéo
Produit(s) Wet, Scaler, Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings, Happy Feet
Effectif 500 [2]
Site Web www.a2m.com

Artificial Mind & Movement (A2M), fondée en 1992 à Québec sous le nom de Behaviour Interactive, est le plus grand studio de développement de jeux vidéo du Canada, se spécialisant dans la production de jeux d'action-aventure 2D et 3D pour tous les supports (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, PC, Game Boy Advance, PlayStation Portable et Nintendo DS.)

En novembre 2008, la compagnie acquiert le studio Wanako Games (basé à Santiago du Chili) auprès d'Activision Blizzard.

L'équipe d'A2M comprend plus de 500 employés répartis dans les studios de Montréal (Canada) et Santiago du Chili.

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Jeux

Récompenses

  • Artificial Mind & Movement figure au palmarès Canadian Technology Fast 50] depuis 2006 par Deloitte Fast 50 [3].
  • A2M a gagné la récompense "Best Mobile game of the year" lors des Canadian Awards for the electronic and animation art pour "Kim Possible: Kimmunicator"[4].

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