INDUSTRY Entertainment is a game development and publishing label, founded by Nemanja Bondžulić in 2002.
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Origins in demo-scene
INDUSTRY Entertainment grew up from the similarly named demo-scene group, Industry, whose main occupation was creating demos (visually attractive computer generated demonstrations in real-time) and intros (limited forms of demos in terms of allowed file size, e.g. 64KB) for 8-bit computers Commodore 64 and 16-bit Amiga computers.
Creating games was a logical next step as it required many of the skills needed to develop a demo. In addition to that Nemanja has discovered the world of portable computer devices, called PDA back in the days, that eventually turned into smartphones when phone capabilities became their inevitable part.
The first game we created was MONSTA, exclusively developed for Palm OS devices. MONSTA is a turn-based game that combines strategy and puzzle genres. In the game, our hero, called Joe, has to find an exit of 50 levels filled with various monsters and obstacles. Player has to carefully guide Joe through the levels balancing between a number of turns he can spend attacking or defending against monsters.
Jack BBQ is a 2D adventure platform game. The game has been published on Palm OS, Windows Mobile, Symbian S60 and iOS devices.
Master Kick is an arcade version of table football (soccer) game combined with the realistic sound of the match and visual effects. Master Kick was initially released for Palm OS devices. Later it was ported to Windows Mobile and iOS, but also to Windows, OS X and Linux. A version of the game under a different name, Table Football XL, was released for Android and BlackBerry 10 mobile devices.
After years of inactivity, we have decided to make something new and it is still in the making. Click the link above for more details about upcoming SUPERVERSE game.
Several people played significant roles in INDUSTRY Entertainment at certain periods: Arnold Čistai – pixel artist, Hervé Piton – pixel artist, Dejan Subotin – musician, Vladimir Ignjatijević – programmer.