H2O Entertainment

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    H2O Entertainment Corporation (sometimes referred to as H2O Interactive) was formed by Steve Shatford, Chris Bailey, and Michael Tam in 1992 in Calgary, Alberta. In 1998 it expanded to a San Francisco office to work on Nintendo 64 games. Their headquarters later moved to Vancouver, BC.

    H2O's first game was Tetrisphere. The game began as an Atari Jaguar title under the name Phear. After its showing at the 1995 CES, Nintendo picked up the game, and H2O began working exclusively with them.

    In 1996 H2O completed a reverse takeover with Canadian Entech.

    H2O closed in 2001.


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