Developer of an interactive multiplayer. The all purpose device, which connects to a home television, can play video games, music CDs, Kodak's Photo CDs, and other interactive video software, all on a CD format with advanced three-dimensional graphics and animation. The technology is a significant advancement over graphics and animation capabilities. The alliance of investors is an unprecedented coalition of electronics, entertainment, and software powers. The product, announced on January 7, 1993, retails for $700.
Latest 3DO News
Apr 27, 2020
Publisher acquires rights for more than 30 titles from Prism Entertainment Modern and retro publisher Ziggurat Interactive has acquired the portfolio of defunct 3DO Game Company from Prism Entertainment. Ziggurat now wholly owns the library of more than 30 titles, including Captain Quazar, Killing Time, and Avenging Angel. The deal sees Ziggurat take over publishing rights on digital platforms including Steam and GOG.com. "One of our fundamental pillars as a publisher -- and as fans of classic games ourselves -- is to get titles that meant so much to so many, into the hands of gamers, both old and new," said Michael Devine, senior vice president of business development at Ziggurat. "By bringing back games like Uprising and Requiem to digital stores, we're helping make that happen." Sign up for The Publishing & Retail newsletter and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email address
3DO Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was 3DO founded?
3DO was founded in 1991.
Where is 3DO's headquarters?
3DO's headquarters is located at 600 Galveston Drive, Redwood City.
What is 3DO's latest funding round?
3DO's latest funding round is IPO.
How much did 3DO raise?
3DO raised a total of $17M.
Who are the investors of 3DO?
Investors of 3DO include Matsushita/Panasonic, WarnerMedia, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Technology Partners.