Eidos may refer to:

  • Eidos, a Greek term meaning "form," "essence," "type," or "species". See Plato's theory of Forms and Aristotle's theory of universals.
  • Square Enix Europe or Eidos plc, a British publisher of video game software
    • Eidos Interactive, a British video game publisher
    • Eidos Hungary, a wholly owned studio of Eidos Interactive (owned by Square Enix)
  • EIDOS Arts Development Foundation, a Ukrainian organisation

Other articles related to "eidos":

Jerry O'Flaherty - Other Games Credited
... Anachronox (2001), Eidos Interactive, Inc ... John Romero's Daikatana (2000), Eidos, Inc ... Dominion Storm Over Gift 3 (1998), Eidos Interactive, Inc ...
Ludmila Bereznitsky - EIDOS Arts Development Foundation
... Michaylova and Peter Bagriy founded the “EIDOS Arts Development Foundation” ... In 2006 EIDOS conducted the first Visual Art International Competition ...
Big Red Software
... It was bought out by, and merged with, Eidos Plc in 1995 along with Simis and Domark forming Eidos Interactive ... It continued to develop and complete an RTS project for Eidos called Assault Corps - this project was never released ... The company was disbanded by Eidos soon thereafter ...
Battlestations: Pacific
... Battlestations Pacific is an action and real-time tactics video game published by Eidos Interactive and developed by Eidos Hungary ... Enix Europe confirmed the closure of the games' developers, Eidos Hungary ...