IllFonic

IllFonic LLC is an American independent video game developer founded in 2007 by Raphael Saadiq, Chuck Brungardt, and Kedhrin Gonzalez.wikipedia
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Raphael Saadiq

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IllFonic LLC is an American independent video game developer founded in 2007 by Raphael Saadiq, Chuck Brungardt, and Kedhrin Gonzalez. IllFonic was founded in 2007 by Chuck Brungardt to work with close friend and entrepreneur Raphael Saadiq to produce R&B records.
He is also a co-founder of independent video game developer IllFonic, which developed Friday the 13th: The Game.

Nexuiz (2012 video game)

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In 2010, they acquired the rights to Nexuiz and released it in 2012, but the servers were taken down in early 2013 due to THQ's liquidation and bankruptcy.
Nexuiz was a first-person shooter developed by IllFonic and published by THQ for Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360.

Gun Media

Published by Gun Media, the game was released in 2017.
A few months after, Gun partnered with IllFonic to help develop and publish Friday the 13th: The Game, an asymmetrical mutliplayer that was originally developed by IllFonic as ''Slasher Vol.

Friday the 13th: The Game

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1 would become Friday the 13th: The Game'', an asymmetrical multiplayer to produced with Sean S. Cunningham and composed by the original composer of the 1980 film, Harry Manfredini, with both campaigns from Backerkit and Kickstarter created by Gun executive Randy Greenback collecting approximately $1.10 million in crowdfunding.
Friday the 13th: The Game is a survival horror video game formerly developed by IllFonic, and published by Gun Media.

THQ

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In 2010, they acquired the rights to Nexuiz and released it in 2012, but the servers were taken down in early 2013 due to THQ's liquidation and bankruptcy. In 2010, IllFonic acquired the rights to Nexuiz and distributed it to THQ, but its liquidation and eventual Chapter 11 bankruptcy led the company to its defunct state, with its servers taken down in February 2013 following closure.
Around the same time, THQ shut down the servers to the 2012 remake of Nexuiz, which was developed by IllFonic.

Nexuiz

In 2010, IllFonic acquired the rights to Nexuiz and distributed it to THQ, but its liquidation and eventual Chapter 11 bankruptcy led the company to its defunct state, with its servers taken down in February 2013 following closure.
On March 3, 2010, it was announced the name Nexuiz had been licensed to IllFonic for commercial release.

Friday the 13th (franchise)

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1: Summer Camp, but Friday the 13th producer Sean S. Cunningham approached them with the video game license that would transform the game into Friday the 13th: The Game''.
1: Summer Camp'', in which it was originally developed by IllFonic, but Gun Media joined and helped develop, in which they will publish the game.

Star Citizen

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In August, after the development and support for Star Citizen, IllFonic laid off 6 employees, of which 3 were in direct involvement with development.
Following the completion of the Kickstarter in 2013, the development of Star Marine was contracted out to the third-party studio IllFonic; in August 2015, the contract was terminated and development of Star Marine returned to an in-house team at Cloud Imperium Games, finally releasing on December 23, 2016.

Ghetto Golf

Ghetto Golf is a video game in development by IllFonic and is designed by Kedhrin Gonzalez.

Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric

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Portions of the game were co-developed by IllFonic, who assisted with some of the game's level design, art assets, and code.

Independent video game development

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IllFonic LLC is an American independent video game developer founded in 2007 by Raphael Saadiq, Chuck Brungardt, and Kedhrin Gonzalez.

Liquidation

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In 2010, they acquired the rights to Nexuiz and released it in 2012, but the servers were taken down in early 2013 due to THQ's liquidation and bankruptcy.

Sean S. Cunningham

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1 would become Friday the 13th: The Game'', an asymmetrical multiplayer to produced with Sean S. Cunningham and composed by the original composer of the 1980 film, Harry Manfredini, with both campaigns from Backerkit and Kickstarter created by Gun executive Randy Greenback collecting approximately $1.10 million in crowdfunding. 1: Summer Camp, but Friday the 13th producer Sean S. Cunningham approached them with the video game license that would transform the game into Friday the 13th: The Game''.

Contemporary R&B

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IllFonic was founded in 2007 by Chuck Brungardt to work with close friend and entrepreneur Raphael Saadiq to produce R&B records.

Chapter 11, Title 11, United States Code

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In 2010, IllFonic acquired the rights to Nexuiz and distributed it to THQ, but its liquidation and eventual Chapter 11 bankruptcy led the company to its defunct state, with its servers taken down in February 2013 following closure.

Cannabis dispensaries in the United States

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In March, a cannabis dispensary next to IllFonic's studio was robbed, with the developer's studio being wrongly noted as the robbers.

Advanced Micro Devices

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In June 2013, AMD approached IllFonic to render a test demo for their Ruby mascot using the CryEngine 3 game engine to showcase for GDC 2013.

Game demo

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In June 2013, AMD approached IllFonic to render a test demo for their Ruby mascot using the CryEngine 3 game engine to showcase for GDC 2013.

CryEngine

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In June 2013, AMD approached IllFonic to render a test demo for their Ruby mascot using the CryEngine 3 game engine to showcase for GDC 2013.

Game engine

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In June 2013, AMD approached IllFonic to render a test demo for their Ruby mascot using the CryEngine 3 game engine to showcase for GDC 2013.

Game Developers Conference

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In June 2013, AMD approached IllFonic to render a test demo for their Ruby mascot using the CryEngine 3 game engine to showcase for GDC 2013.

Massively multiplayer online role-playing game

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In July, IllFonic reported development of an online MMORPG called Revival.

IGN

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In February 2015, IGN reported a new game entitled ''Slasher Vol.

Level design

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On December 6, Gonzalez posted on the Unreal Engine forum that IllFonic was looking for an off-site level designer with pay for the development of an upcoming video game, codenamed Project Advena.