Follow us on:

Posts tagged blue-fang

Report: Zoo Tycoon dev Blue Fang lays off dev staff

First Black Rock, then Red Fly, and now Blue Fang: a really depressing theme is presenting itself today. Blue Fang Games, developer of Zoo Tycoon and the Facebook Oregon Trail and Carmen Sandiego games, is in the process of laying off "the entirety of its development staff," according to a statem...

Continue Reading

'Oregon Trail' and 'Carmen Sandiego' coming to Facebook in Feb.

Please excuse us if a bit too much childlike excitement comes through in today's news that fresh takes on The Oregon Trail and Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? will be released for Facebook early next month. Next-Gen.biz spotted a note revealing the two titles on developer Darius Kazemi's per...

Continue Reading

Blue Fang lets go of 15 staff

Massachusetts-based Zoo Tycoon developer Blue Fang announced yesterday that it has cut 15 staff. The company stated on its website that the staff reduction was "necessary" and that the team had developed a successful proprietary tool and tech to make "multi-platform products in less time and with ...

Continue Reading

Blue Fang sinks teeth into former Looking Glass artist

Now, we don't want to come right out and say that game industry vet Alex Chouls has a zoo fetish, but he has sided with Blue Fang Games, the studio behind Zoo Tycoon, Zoo Tycoon 2 and, well, almost every game we can think of with 'zoo' in its title. The former Looking Glass 3D artist first joined...

Continue Reading

THQ and Blue Fang comment on new deal

Exactly one week ago, we reported on a deal between THQ and Blue Fang (makers of the Zoo Tycoon games). In said deal, the two would collaborate on a new title, geared toward the casual crowd, and available for the PC, Wii and DS in 2009. And with the Zoo Tycoon games selling 7 million copies worldwi...

Continue Reading

THQ hits up Blue Fang to develop new property

When was the last time you got excited about a new property from THQ? For us, it was probably WCW vs NWO Revenge back on the N64 (oh, we miss those days when wrestling games were good). Regardless of what THQ project got you hot and bothered back in the day, you might find something worth getting ex...

Continue Reading


Featured Stories

Image

WWE 2K15 review: Disqualification match

Posted on Nov 26th 2014 2:00PM

Image

Assassin's Creed Rogue review: Avast ye, clone!

Posted on Nov 25th 2014 9:01AM

Engadget

Engadget

TUAW

TUAW

Massively

Massively

WoW

WoW