Radical Entertainment

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Radical Entertainment
Logo of Radical Entertainment
Founded 1991
First Super Mario game Mario is Missing!
Latest Super Mario game Mario's Time Machine
Current president Kelly Zmak

Radical Entertainment is a video game developer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, founded in 1991. The company is responsible for making the two edutainment games of the Super Mario franchise, Mario is Missing! and Mario's Time Machine. The company is now an entirely owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard after being acquired by Vivendi Games in 2005. Outside the Super Mario franchise, the company is known for its work on the Crash Bandicoot and PROTOTYPE series.

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