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WildTangent Games

Download, manage, and start playing multiple games from one location on your desktop.

2.5 stars Users' rating out of 13 reviews
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Blackhawk Striker 2

Fly over incredibly detailed terrain and blast your way through alien invaders.

3 stars Users' rating out of 15 reviews
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199,619 total downloads
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WildTangent Slots

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Virtual Warfare

Control a variety of military units with this cool strategy game.

2 stars Editors' rating on Feb 26, 2009
4 stars Users' rating out of 148 reviews
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165,101 total downloads
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Blackhawk Striker

Destroy enemy aircraft, tanks, and anti-aircraft installations with this 3D game.

3.5 stars Users' rating out of 39 reviews
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156,866 total downloads
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Men In Black II: Crossfire

Join the Men in Black team and help protect the Earth with this space game.

4 stars Users' rating out of 28 reviews
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100,384 total downloads
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Final Drive: Nitro

Race high-speed, ultra-performance cars through detailed futuristic tracks.

3 stars Users' rating out of 10 reviews
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73,434 total downloads
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Dark Orbit

Defend yourself from aliens awakening beneath the barren world s crust.

3 stars Users' rating out of 33 reviews
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77,538 total downloads
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Polar Bowler

Send Polar Bowler tubing through snowflakes and stalagmites.

5 stars Users' rating out of 8 reviews
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60,523 total downloads
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Polar Golfer

Guide your ball through valleys and inlets to a hole and win the game.

3 stars Users' rating out of 1 reviews
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56,335 total downloads
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WildTangent turning laptops into casual gaming boxes for the living room

Play PC games in your living room with WildTangent's Orb software.

By February 20, 2008


Sony to license WildTangent technology

Web graphics company WildTangent Technology says Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment is licensing its technology that enables Web developers to create multimedia content via the Web using standard scripting languages. The software, dubbed Web Driver, aims to bring graphics and interactive content similar to those found on PC games such as "Doom" and "Quake." The Redmond, Wash.-based company said the Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment division, which comprises Sony Pictures Imageworks, Sony Online Entertainment and Screenblast as well as the studio's online marketing Web sites, will use the Web Driver technology. In April, WildTangent received $34 million in its third round of funding from investors that included Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment, Accenture Technology Ventures, ATI, Millennium Technology Ventures, Washington Mutual and IDG. WildTangent's technology uses Java to access Windows PCs' DirectX graphics capabilities.

August 10, 2001


WildTangent wins Sony cash for Web games

With an investment by Sony, a small Web graphics company earns new prominence in the much derided but increasingly competitive business of Web 3D and Web games.

By April 8, 2001


America Online lets IM games begin

The Web portal says it will integrate online games WildTangent produced into a preview version of its AOL Instant Messenger service.

By September 25, 2003


WildTangent launches mapping application

WildTangent, a Redmond, Wash.-based 3D Web graphics start-up, launched a new product called MapStream. The Web mapping application speeds panning and zooming, according to WildTangent. The application also lets people search for businesses represented by 3D-branded icons, opening the product to advertising by companies with a physical presence. Before MapStream, WildTangent focused on Web games.

By February 23, 2001


Short Take: WildTangent tests 3D plug-in for audio players

WildTangent released a trial version of its Audio Driver, a plug-in and software development kit that will let developers use basic Web scripting languages to create visualizations for the Sonique and Winamp audio players. Visualizations are graphics files that respond spontaneously to music, changing colors and patterns along with the beat and fluctuations in volume and reacting to user input.

By February 10, 2000


WildTangent to release enhanced 3D tool

A start-up that aims to popularize 3D graphics for the Web will introduce a product to make game development easier and cheaper.

By November 24, 1999


Short Take: WildTangent acquires 3D firm

WildTangent, a Redmond, Washington-based firm that creates technology for Web site 3D animation, acquired Eclipse Entertainment. Eclipse offers Genesis3D, a character animation system with 3D-world authoring tools.

By October 29, 1999


Short Take: WildTangent releases Web graphics tool

WildTangent released its Web driver for the creation and playback of animation and graphics-intensive applications on the Web. As reported in June, WildTangent's technology lets Web developers access DirectX application programming interfaces (APIs), which PC game developers rely on to provide complex graphics and animation.

By September 24, 1999