35 Projects Complete: Celebrating Fenix Fire’s 5 Year BDay

Wow, how time truly does fly when you’re having fun! Please join me in celebrating a nice little milestone for our modest game studio: we’ve been in business for 5 years now. What started as an idea turned into a company that has allowed us to create amazing projects for tons of high profile clients, publish a top ten hit game on iTunes, support our lifestyle of working and living from home, and employed over 15 contractors over these past five years. Best of all, Fenix Fire’s success has allowed us to create our own projects with a chance of publishing them on the largest markets in the world.

Without further adieu, here’s a list of projects and clients we’ve worked with over these past 5 years. Note that even though some of these are demos they still require a ton of work and attention to detail, just like a full game release which is why I’ve added them here.

  1. 2010
    1. John Deere Combine (Trade Show Simulator)
    2. John Deere Gator (Trade Show Simulator)
    3. Chevron Oil Pilot 1 (Trade Show Simulator)
  2. 2011
    1. Roboto (iOS, Android)
  3. 2012
    1. Red Bull Augmented Racing Reloaded (iOS, Android)
    2. Wow Wee Akodomon (iOS, Android, Toys)
    3. Wow Wee Mysterious Ray Gun (iOS, Android, Toys)
    4. Chevron Oil Pilot 2 (Trade Show Simulator)
    5. John Deere Gator Update (Trade Show Simulator)
    6. John Deere Combine Update (Trade Show Simulator)
  4. 2013
    1. Operation Giant (Ouya Finalist)
    2. Oculus Tuscany World Demo (Oculus VR)
    3. Oculus Cinema (Oculus VR)
    4. Source (GDC Pitch)
    5. Source (IGF, Indie Megabooth Submission)
  5. 2014
    1. Oculus EVE Online (Oculus VR CES Demo)
    2. Dragon Day (Feature Film FX Shots)
    3. Battlefield (GDC Demo)
    4. Unity Talk (GDC)
    5. Qualcomm Talk (GDC)
    6. Source (PAX East Megabooth)
    7. Battlefield (PAX East Megabooth)
    8. Battlefield (Unite Talk)
    9. Zentx (Trade Show Simulator)
    10. Chevron Oil Pilot 3 (Trade Show Simulator)
    11. John Deere Combine Update (Trade Show Simulator)
    12. Source (Playstation Experience)
  6. 2015
    1. Roboto (Amazon Fire TV, Android Update)
    2. Oculus Source (GDC Demo)
    3. Smash Derby (GDC Pitch, Comic Con)
    4. Faction Wars (GDC Demo)
    5. Gates of Osiris (GDC Demo)
    6. Battlefield (Android)
    7. Dorr Hip Replacement (Surgery Simulator)
    8. Back To The Future / Tesla (Web Film FX Shots)

About Brian

Brian is the Founder and CEO of Fenix Fire, Co host of The Game Design Dojo, and industry veteran of over 15 years with over 70 projects under his belt such as Mortal Kombat Deception, Psi Ops, Hunter The Reckoning, Starcraft Ghost, and the Oculus Tuscany World Demo.