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Sidhe The Sidhe Logo Type Private Industry Computer and video game industry Entertainment industry Founded May 1997[1] Founder(s) Mario Wynands Tyrone McAuley Stuart Middleton Headquarters Wellington, New Zealand Key people Mario Wynands, Managing Director Tyrone McAuley, Technical Director Andy Satterthwaite, Producer Website www.sidhe.co.nz Sidhe is a game development studio based in Wellington, New Zealand. Sidhe is an officially licensed developer for Microsoft (Xbox, Xbox 360), Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (PlayStation, PS2, PSP, PS3), and Nintendo of America (GBA, DS, Wii). It is also a co-founding member of the New Zealand Game Developers Association. They are the largest game developer in New Zealand, currently employing approximately 115 people.[2] The company was formerly called Sidhe Interactive, but dropped the word Interactive in 2009 prior to the launch of the company's critically acclaimed game for PlayStation 3, Shatter. For a number of years Sidhe created franchise based games, such as their Barbie, and Rugby League Video Game Series titles. They provided services to and have produced products for a number of partners and clients such as Sony Online Entertainment, Red Mile Entertainment, Ubisoft, eUniverse, Krome Studios, Adidas International, Vivendi Universal Games, and Midway Games. In 2005 Sidhe released their first game based on an original IP, GripShift, which was created completely in-house, from concept to final product. Sidhe collaborated with Weta Digital to achieve the first motion capture of a horse at full gallop, for their horse racing game, Melbourne Cup Challenge / Frankie Dettori Racing. Contents 1 Industry Awards 2 PikPok 3 Sidhe Scholarship 4 Games Developed by Sidhe 5 Other Games Contributed to by Sidhe 6 Cancelled Games 7 References 8 External links Industry Awards Shatter was nominated for the Best of E3 2009 award for Most Innovative Game and won the GDAA for Best Downloadable Title in the same year. In 2007 Sidhe's Jackass: The Game was also awarded the TUANZ Business Internet Award for User Generated Content. Sidhe received a number of awards at the Australian Game Developers Conference, 2005. Award for Outstanding Industry Contribution Award for Best Handheld Game for GripShift Award for Best Level Design for GripShift Award for Best Game Design for GripShift Editor's Choice Award for Shatter Nomination for Most Innovative from 1UP.com for Shatter In 2004 Sidhe was awarded two The Dominion Post Wellington Region Gold Awards. The Supreme Award for Business Enterprise and Excellence Creative Gold Sidhe also received awards at TUANZ, 2003. TUANZ Interactive Games Award for NRL Rugby League TUANZ Overall Craft Award for NRL NRL Rugby League PikPok received an honorable mention in the 2011 Independent Games Festival awards for Flick Kick Football, under Best Mobile Game[3], and Bird Strike was a finalist in the 7th annual IMG Awards (2011)[4]. PikPok Sidhe has an iDevice/Android development team working under the brand PikPok. Notable titles include Bird Strike and the Flick Kick sports arcade series of games. In September 2010 a publishing partnership between PikPok and Lexaloffle Games was announced[5], and the first title from that collaboration, Zen Puzzle Garden, was released in December of 2010. Sidhe Scholarship Sidhe supports the local New Zealand video game industry by offering a scholarship[6][7] for students who wish to study game development at a graduate level. At the end of 2010, Sidhe announced the Sidhe Elite financial scholarship for 2011 aiming to support young aspiring game developers[8]. Games Developed by Sidhe Rugby Challenge (console & PC, Q3 2011) Blood Drive, (PS3, X360, 2010) Rugby League 3, (Wii, 2010) Madagascar Kartz, (PS3, X360, Wii, 2009) Hot Wheels Battle Force 5, (Wii, 2009) Shatter, (PS3, 2009) (PC, 2010) Rugby League 2 World Cup Edition, (PS2, 2008) Speed Racer, (Wii, PS2, 2008) GripShift, (PS3, X360, 2007) Jackass: The Game, (PSP, PS2, 2007) Melbourne Cup Challenge / Frankie Dettori Racing, (PC, Xbox, PS2, 2006) GripShift, (PSP, 2005) Rugby League 2, (PC, PS2, 2005) (Xbox, 2006) NRL Rugby League, (PC, Xbox, PS2, 2003) Adidas Football Fever, (PC Online Download, 2002) Frogmania Deluxe (PC Online Download) Wordjam Deluxe (PC Online Download) Barbie Beach Vacation, (PC, 2001) O'Neill Championship Surfer, (PlayStation, 2000) Other Games Contributed to by Sidhe Aladdin Chess Adventures (PC, 2004) King Arthur (Gamecube, PS2, Xbox, 2004) The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Jet Fusion (PS2, GameCube, 2003) Hoyle Majestic Chess (PC, 2003) Spy Hunter (PC, 2003) Barbie Sparkling Ice Show, (PC, 2002) Cancelled Games Druid King (a.k.a. Dark Shores) Dirty War Chronicle References ^ IGN: Sidhe Interactive ^ Joystiq - Shatter dev Sidhe increasing focus on download space in 2011 ^ IGF 2011 Awards ^ IMGA 2011 ^ PikPok/Lexaloffle partnership announced ^ Sidhe Offers Scholarships For Media Design School Game Development Diploma - PC News ^ Sumea:Launchpad. - Sidhe continues scholarship support for Game Dev students ^ Elite Scholarship For Aspiring Game Developers Announced External links Sidhe Interactive community forums This video game corporation or company-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This New Zealand corporation or company article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e