inXile Entertainment was formed in late 2002 by Brian Fargo and is located in Newport Beach, California. They are best known for producing The Bard's Tale (2004) which won IGN's "Best game you didn't play" award in 2004.
inXile purchased the rights to several franchise including Wasteland from EA and the console rights to Line Rider. Their ports of Line Rider never made it on to their intended platforms of Wiiware or the DS. They worked on an open world game called Hei$t which was canceled on September 1st 2009.
The company has released several iPhone games including "shape shape" and "Fantastic Contraption." They also publish many casual games on their web portal Sparkworkz.
inXile's most recent disc based release was Hunted: The Demon's Forge, a cooperative dungeon crawler, released in May 2011. They also released the downloadable game Choplifter HD in January 2012.
Using crowd sourced funding via Kickstarter, inXile developed Wasteland 2.
The studio was acquired by Microsoft Studios in 2018.