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Gamecock Games

Based in Austin, Texas, Gamecock Media Group offers a welcome solution to the bloated and originality-starved video game industry. A well-funded, independent, artist-driven company, Gamecock favors the most innovative and original video game developers in the industry. Publishing games for all platforms, Gamecock offers its developers a high degree of participation, freedom and financial incentives, allowing them to perform and create to their utmost ability.

Company Site: http://www.gamecockmedia.com/


DS

Dementium: The Ward [October 31, 2007]
Insecticide [March 12, 2008]
Mushroom Men: Rise of the Fungi [November 11, 2008]

Miscellaneous

Fury (PC) [October 16, 2007]
Insecticide: Episode One (PC) [June 13, 2008]

PlayStation 3

Hail to the Chimp [June 24, 2008]
Legendary [November 4, 2008]

Wii

Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars [December 2, 2008]

Xbox 360

Hail to the Chimp [June 24, 2008]
Legendary [November 4, 2008]
Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball [2008]


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