Indie Built

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This page is about the video game company formerly known as Access Software. For the video game engine created by Access Software, see Access. For the Japanese company, see Access Co., Ltd.

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Indie Built
TypeFormer subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive
Founded1982 (Access Software)
1999 (Salt Lake Games Studio)
2003 (Indie Games)
2004 (Indie Built)
HeadquartersSalt Lake City, Utah, US
Key peopleBruce Carver, founder
Chris Jones, founder
Industryvideo games
ProductsVideo games
Employeesnot disclosed
WebsiteN/A

Indie Built was a subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive.

Access Software

Access Software was founded in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1982 by Bruce Carver and Chris Jones.

Salt Lake Games Studio

Microsoft bought Access Software in 1999 and renamed it to Salt Lake Games Studio.

Indie Games

In 2003, it was renamed again to Indie Games.

Indie Built

In 2004, it was sold to Take-Two Interactive, and was renamed once again to Indie Built.

Take-Two closed Indie Built on April 28, 2006.

Video games developed by Access Software

Title System Release Added to museum Notes
Amazon: Guardians of Eden DOS 1992 Not yet
Martian Memorandum DOS 1991 December 17, 2009
Mean Streets Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS 1989 December 17, 2009
The Pandora Directive DOS 1996 December 2, 2013
Tex Murphy: Overseer Windows 1998 December 2, 2013
Under a Killing Moon DOS, Mac OS 1994 September 14, 2012