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'''Sunstorm Interactive''' was the video game development company responsible for ''[[Cryptic Passage]]'', an expansion pack for ''[[Blood]]''. It was well known for creating the ''[[:wikipedia:Skunny the Squirrel|Skunny the Squirrel]]'' series and ''[[:wikipedia:Deer Hunter|Deer Hunter]]'' series, but enjoyed its most success from value-priced expansion packs for ''[[Build]]'' engine games, including various expansion packs for ''[[:wikipedia:Duke Nukem 3D|Duke Nukem 3D]]''. They also latter built ''[[:wikipedia:Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project|Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project]]'', a three dimensional platform game. In 2003, after being unable to regain the same level of profitability, ''Sunstorm'' shut down due to financial difficulties.
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'''Sunstorm Interactive''' was the video game development company responsible for ''[[Cryptic Passage]]'', an expansion pack for ''[[Blood]]''. It was well known for creating the ''Skunny the Squirrel'' series and ''[[:wikipedia:Deer Hunter (series)|Deer Hunter]]'' series, but enjoyed its most success from value-priced expansion packs for ''[[Build]]'' engine games, including various expansion packs for ''[[:wikipedia:Duke Nukem 3D|Duke Nukem 3D]]''. They also latter built ''[[:wikipedia:Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project|Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project]]'', a three dimensional platform game. In 2003, after being unable to regain the same level of profitability, ''Sunstorm'' shut down due to financial difficulties.
  
 
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Sunstorm Interactive was the video game development company responsible for Cryptic Passage, an expansion pack for Blood. It was well known for creating the Skunny the Squirrel series and Deer Hunter series, but enjoyed its most success from value-priced expansion packs for Build engine games, including various expansion packs for Duke Nukem 3D. They also latter built Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, a three dimensional platform game. In 2003, after being unable to regain the same level of profitability, Sunstorm shut down due to financial difficulties.