Deadline Games was a Danish video game developer founded in 1996 under the name Deadline Multimedia. Their début title was the somewhat unusual Psychological Horror Adventure Game, Blackout from 1997.
Their next project was a series collectively named Crosstown, which was supposed to be a trilogy, but production problems led to the second installment being cancelled, causing the development team to instead skip straight to the third game.
The company filed for bankruptcy in 2009 after releasing the Watchmen prequel game Watchmen: The End Is Nigh. At the time, the company had been struggling to find new projects, and a publisher for its Bonnie and Clyde inspired co-op shooter, Faith and a .45.
Games created by Deadline Games:
- Blackout (1997)
- The Crosstown "trilogy":
- Giften (The Poison) (1998)
- Manipulatoren (The Manipulator) (cancelled)
- Englen (The Angel) (1999)
- The Globetrotter series
- Globetrotter (2000)
- Globetrotter 2 (2001)
- Total Overdose (2005)
- Chili Con Carnage (2007)
- Watchmen: The End Is Nigh (2009)
- Faith and a .45 (cancelled)