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EA Black Box (known as Black Box Games from 1998 until their purchase by Electronic Arts in 2002 and Quicklime Games from 2012 to the studio's closure in April 2013) was a Canadian video game developer based in Burnaby, British Columbia that were best known for their entries in the Need for Speed franchise and for their skateboarding game series Skate.

Games developed

As Black Box Games:

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  • NASCAR 2001 (2000)
  • NHL 2K (2000)
  • NHL Hitz 2002 (2001)
  • NHL Hitz 2003 (2002)
  • Sega Soccer Slam (2002)

As EA Black Box (and Quicklime Games):

  • Need for Speed (2002-2013)
    • Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 (2002; PlayStation 2 version)
    • Need for Speed: Underground (2003)
    • Need for Speed: Underground 2 (2004)
    • Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2005)
    • Need for Speed: Carbon (2006)
    • Need for Speed: ProStreet (2007)
    • Need for Speed: Undercover (2008)
    • Need for Speed: World (2010)note 
    • Need for Speed: The Run (2011)note 
  • NHL 2004 (2003)
  • NHL 2005 (2004)
  • NBA Street Homecourt (2007)
  • Skate series (2007-2010)
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    • Skate (2007)
    • Skate It (2008; Wii version)
    • Skate 2 (2009)
    • Skate 3 (2010)

Alternative Title(s): Quicklime Games, Black Box Games, EA Black Box

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