|Acclaim Studios Austin|
|Parent company||Acclaim Entertainment|
Iguana Entertainment, renamed Acclaim Studios Austin after 1999, was a video game developer operating from 1991 to 2004 in Santa Clara, California, Sunnyvale, California, Austin, Texas and Teesside, England. They were best known for developing the Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion, NBA Jam, NFL Quarterback Club, and South Park games.
In 1995, owners Jeff and Beth Spangenberg sold Iguana Entertainment to its largest customer, Acclaim Entertainment for $25M ($13M cash, the balance in Acclaim Entertainment stock) and the stipulation that Iguana Entertainment would retain its own independence; in the following years, the two Iguana studios became Acclaim Studios Austin and Acclaim Studios Teesside (AST).
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