Dynamix

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Dynamix
TypeFormer division of Sierra
Founded1984 (closed on August 14, 2001)
HeadquartersEugene, Oregon, USA
Key peopleJeff Tunnell, founder
Damon Slye, founder
IndustryVideo games

Dynamix was a video game developer.

Foundation

Dynamix was founded in 1984 by Jeff Tunnell and Damon Slye.

Purchase by Sierra On-line

In 1990, Sierra On-line purchased Dynamix.

It was closed on August 14, 2001.

Digital Dynamix games owned by WEC Museum

Title Year System Added to Museum Notes
Red Baron 1990 DOS April 1, 2022 Air combat simulation game
Rise of the Dragon 1990 DOS April 1, 2022 DGDS Action-adventure game.
The Adventures of Willy Beamish 1991 DOS June 5, 2018 DGDS adventure game
Heart of China 1991 DOS April 1, 2022 DGDS adventure game
Red Baron: Mission Builder 1992 DOS April 1, 2022 Expansion pack for Red Baron.
Betrayal at Krondor 1993 DOS April 1, 2022 Role-playing game
The Even More Incredible Machine 1993 DOS February 25, 2013 Updated version of The Incredible Machine with twice as many puzzles.
Space Quest V: The Next Mutation 1993 DOS December 17, 2012 SCI adventure game
The Incredible Machine 3 1995 Windows February 25, 2013 Updated version of The Incredible Machine 2 with a new interface and CD music.
MissionForce: CyberStorm 1996 Windows April 1, 2022 Turn-based tactics game
Betrayal at Antara 1997 Windows April 1, 2022 Role-playing game
Red Baron 3D 1992 Windows April 1, 2022 Red Baron II with 3D acceleration.
Return of the Incredible Machine: Contraptions 2000 Windows February 25, 2013 Puzzle game
The Incredible Machine: Even More Contraptions 2001 Windows February 25, 2013 Puzzle game