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Robot Entertainment is a video game developer established in 2009 based in Plano, Texas in the United States.

It was formed by ex-Ensemble employees, including former-CEO Tony Goodman and is comprised of 45 former Ensemble employees, after the shut down of their studios by Microsoft in September 2008.[1] They are responsible for the maintaining of Halo Wars, as well as the creation of new content.

As of February 28, 2010, Halo Wars and support operations was transferred from Robot Entertainment to Halo Waypoint.[2]

Their first game to be released is a collaboration with Microsoft entitled Age of Empires Online, a free-to-play Games for Windows Live game. It is a continuation of Ensemble Studios's Age of Empires series.[3]

Name Release Date Genre
Age of Empires Online 2011[4] RTS (real-time strategy)
Orcs Must Die! 2011[5] Tower defense
Hero Academy 2012[6] Turn-based tactics
Orcs Must Die! 2 2012[7] Tower defense
Echo Prime 2013[8] Action RPG
Orcs Must Die! Unchained 2015[9] Tower defense

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