Video game industry|
|Headquarters||Kirkland, Washington, US|
Monday Night Combat (2010)|
Super Monday Night Combat (2012)
Planetary Annihilation (2014)
Uber Entertainment is an American video game developer based in Kirkland, Washington. Employees of this company worked on games such as Total Annihilation, Supreme Commander, Command and Conquer, and Demigod. In 2010, Uber Entertainment released its first title, Monday Night Combat, which was well received by critics.
In September 2012, the company successfully ran a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for its real-time strategy title, Planetary Annihilation. The fundraiser produced over US$2.2 million in funds. The original retail release was slated for December 2013, but was postponed, with the game expected "to be feature-complete in early 2014." 
On October 2, 2014, Uber Entertainment announced a new Kickstarter campaign for a real-time strategy game, Human Resources. The goal was set for $1.4 million, though the project was cancelled October 21, 2014 after projections showed the fundraiser would fail to raise the needed capital.
|Monday Night Combat||2010||Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360|
|Super Monday Night Combat||2012||Microsoft Windows|
|Toy Rush||2013||iOS||In collaboration with Tilting Point|
|Planetary Annihilation||2014||Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux|
|Planetary Annihilation: Titans||2015||Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux||An updated version of the original game|
|Wayward Sky||2016||PlayStation VR|
|Dino Frontier||2017||PlayStation VR|
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