Epic Games
Epic Games Logo
Founded 1991 in Rockville, Maryland
Headquarters Cary, North Carolina
Formerly Known As Epic MegaGames
Notable Games Unreal Series
Gears of War Series
Infinity Blade Series
Notable Engines Unreal Engine
For more information, see Wikipedia's article on Epic Games.

Epic Games is a video game development company based in Cary, North Carolina of the United States. The company owns Chair Entertainment, the studio responsible for the development of Infinity Blade I and its sequels, Infinity Blade II and Infinity Blade III.[1] They also control the small team working on the production of Infinity Blade: Dungeons.[2]

All games in the Infinity Blade series, including the upcoming Dungeons, utilize Epic's mobile Unreal Engine 3.


  1. "About Us." Epic Games. Web. 22 Nov 2012. <>.
  2. Davis, Justin. "Forging the Earth Shatterer in Infinity Blade: Dungeons." IGN. N.p., 17 May 2012. Web. 25 Jun 2012. <>.

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