Apex Designs Entertainment
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Apex Designs Entertainment, or simply Apex Designs, is a self-publishing video game development company based in Banbury, England. It is known for developing and publishing the video games Payback (2001), and its remake/sequel, Payback 2 (2012).
Apex Designs Entertainment Ltd was founded in 1994 by James Daniels. Its first game, Payback, was released for the Amiga in 2001. Because of its success, the next year Apex Designs began work on a Game Boy Advance version which was released in 2004, a Macintosh version which was released in 2003, and a GP2X version which was released in 2006. In 2008, Apex Designs also released a version of Payback for iOS, with the same features as the GP2X version.
Despite the Payback games being GTA clones, even copying car names such as the "Mundaneo", Rockstar Games has made no attempt to stop Apex Designs from publishing the games, or even warn them about infringing on their copyrighted materials.
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