GoldFire Studios

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GoldFire Studios
File:GoldFire Studios Logo.png
ISIN🆔
IndustryVideo games
Founded 📆June 2008 (2008-06)
Founder 👔James Simpson
Headquarters 🏙️,
Oklahoma City, OK
,
United States
Area served 🗺️
Products 📟 Browser Games (See complete products listing)
Members
Number of employees
🌐 Websitegoldfirestudios.com
📇 Address
📞 telephone

GoldFire Studios is a video game development company based out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.[1] [2] The company was established in June 2008[3] by James Simpson.[4] [5] GoldFire Studios specializes in the development of multiplayer, browser-based games[6] using HTML5 technologies.

Games developed[edit]

TItle Release Year Platforms Notes
Arctic Awakening 2022 PC, Mac, Xbox, PlayStation An episodic narrative adventure set in the unforgiving Arctic. Your plane crashed in a storm, leaving only your AI drone for company as you journey to find your co-pilot and uncover the dark mysteries buried beneath the ice.[7] [8]
Exocraft 2019 Browser, Steam, Mobile Design unique ships and grow the ultimate space mining fleet as you battle for resources and glory in this massively multiplayer action strategy set in an alien wasteland.[9]
CasinoRPG 2013 Browser, Steam, Mobile CasinoRPG is a persistent virtual world that combines the best aspects of an MMORPG with a tycoon game, all played within the browser using the latest HTML5 technologies.
BC Wars 2008 Browser BC Wars is the web’s first prehistoric role playing game. Become a legend through time as you explore ancient lands, battle dinosaurs and other cave-people and join up with friends in all-out tribal war![10]
PokerRPG 2006 Browser PokerRPG is the first online poker role playing game. Become a poker god as you play poker & other games with real people, explore the poker universe, build and design your house, and win cash prizes!

References[edit]

  1. "GoldFire Studios is Oklahoma City's sole video game startup". The Oklahoman.
  2. "Goldfire Studios - Oklahoma Live". KSBI.
  3. Chan, Uny. "Oklahoma City lauded as entrepreneurship hotspot". The Oklahoma Daily. Archived from the original on 2012-07-14. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  4. "Price Magazine, Spring 2011" (PDF). University of Oklahoma.
  5. "Developer working to build video game community". OU Daily.
  6. "Game startup launches BC Wars online game".
  7. "Arctic Awakening brings the narrative adventure to the frozen north for an exploration of "friendship, isolation, and mental health"".
  8. "Survive A Plane Crash With Your Therapy Robot In Arctic Awakening, Coming In 2022"".
  9. "DIY spaceships MMO Exocraft blasts off on Steam today".
  10. "GoldFire Studios announces caveman MMO". Archived from the original on 2012-07-02. Retrieved 2012-06-26. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)


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