Indie Built, Inc. was a Salt Lake City, Utah based developer founded by Bruce Carver as Access Software in 1982. They are popular for creating the Links series of Golf games, and creating the detective series based on the character Tex Murphy.
In 1987, Access announced The Robotic Workshop, a toy kit that allowed users to build and program robots using a home computer. The kit was a precursor to the much more popular Lego Mindstorms kits released in the late 1990s. The Robotic Workshop included over 50 Capsela parts, including two motors, gears, wheels, and sensors.
In October 2004, Microsoft sold the development studio to Take-Two Interactive and it took on the name Indie Built. They became part of Take-Two's 2K Games/2K Sports brand. Indie shipped Amped 3 for the launch of Xbox 360 and worked on Top Spin 2 for Xbox 360, developed by Power and Magic. Take 2 suddenly closed Indie Built on April 28, 2006 without publicly stating any reasons for the closure.