DreamForge Intertainment

DreamForge Intertainment, Inc. was an American computer game developer.

DreamForge Intertainment Inc.
IndustryVideo games
HeadquartersGreensburg, Pennsylvania, United States[1]
Key people
Thomas Holmes
Christopher Straka
James Namestka


DreamForge was founded as Event Horizon Software, Inc. by the computer game developers Thomas Holmes, Christopher Straka and James Namestka in Greensburg. Until its dissolution the company produced several well-known and awarded computer games, most of them in the genre of role-playing games and strategy video games.[2] After producing several games, the team changed its name to DreamForge Intertainment after learning that its Event Horizon name was shared with a developer of pornographic software.[3]

The company was dissolved in 2001 after struggles with its publishers while working on several titles, including the never finished game Werewolf: The Apocalypse - The Heart of Gaia, as well as Myst IV, with the latter being subsequently continued by a different studio.[2]

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  1. ^ Staff (May 1999). "Developer Spotlight: DreamForge Intertainment". PC Accelerator (9): 121.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Giantbomb.com - Dreamforge Intertainment". Giant Bomb. Retrieved 26 July 2016.
  3. ^ "Computer Gaming World Issue 114" – via Internet Archive.

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