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Avalanche Software


Harry Potter RPG trailer - developed by Avalanche Software - WB - (Hogwarts Legacy)


Avalanche Software / WB Games / Pixar Animation Studios / Disney (2017)


Avalanche Software - Logo - 1996


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Pixar - Avalanche Software - Disney Interactive Studios

Avalanche Software, LLC is an American video game developer based in Salt Lake City, Utah, founded in October 1995 by four video game programmers formerly of Sculptured Software, John Blackburn, Todd Blackburn, James Michael Henn and Gary Penacho. The studio was acquired by Buena Vista Games in May 2005, and spent the next ten years developing Disney-related titles, including the toys-to-life game Disney Infinity (2013). In May 2016, due to a declining toys-to-life games market overshadowed by the popularity of mobile gaming, Disney decided to step out of the video game industry, closing Disney Interactive Studios and all of its subsidiaries, including Avalanche Software. In January 2017, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced that they had acquired Avalanche Software, re-opened the company and saw John Blackburn return as chief executive officer.
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