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DreamCatcher Interactive
Industry:Video Games
Founded:1996
Defunct:2011
Headquarters:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Key People:Richard Wah Kan
Parent:Independent (1996-2006)
JoWooD Entertainment (2006-2011)
Website:None
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DreamCatcher Interactive was a Canadian video game publisher founded in 1996 by Richard Wah Kan. They were the publishers for TrackMania: Build to Race and TrackMania Turbo

History

DreamCatcher Interactive was founded in 1996 by Richard Wah Kan in Toronto, Canada. Two of their most early games were Soldier Boyz and Jewels of the Oracle, the latter of which was successful enough to grow the retail business.

In 2006, Austrian video game publisher JoWooD Entertainment acquired DreamCatcher. However, in 2011, JoWooD filed for bankruptcy along with DreamCatcher. All of their assets went to Nordic Games Holding.

Credits

Companies
Developers:

Nadeo | Duran Duboi | Firebrand Games | Atlus


Publishers:
Digital Jesters1 | Focus Home Interactive | Enlight Software | Buka Entertainment | Deep Silver | QV Software | Valve Corporation | Atlus | DreamCatcher Interactive1 | Ubisoft


1Defunct

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