Big Finish Games

Big Finish Games

Big Finish Productions is an American independent game developer formed by members of Access Software/Indie Built following the company's close in 2007. The company was founded with the goal of developing story-driven, interactive games. The company's debut production, Three Cards To Midnight, was released on 7 May 2009.

The company reunites the creative team of Chris Jones and Aaron Conners, perhaps best known for their work on the Tex Murphy series of adventure games for Access Software, as well as many other veterans of the Tex Murphy series, including Brian Johnson, Douglas Vandegrift, and Matt Heider.

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Tex Murphy - History - Hiatus and Revival
... Several Tex Murphy games were proposed during this time in a variety of genres, but none ever entered production ... In 2007, series leads Chris Jones and Aaron Conners formed a new studio, Big Finish Games, in Salt Lake City, and by 2009 had re-acquired the rights to the series ... Tex's return is an 'if,' but a 'when.'" Big Finish updated the main page of their site in April 2009 with an announcement of "Project Fedora" as a future ...

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