Behaviour celebrates 20 years of creating compelling video game experiences. Creation of the Business Solutions division and of the Publishing division.
Creation of Live Studio operations.
Artificial Mind & Movement (A2M) rebrands as Behaviour Interactive. With five specialized internal studios, Behaviour offers a complete development solution for any project: content for traditional and handheld consoles, digital downloads, mobile, browser-based and social networks.
A2M acquires Wanako Games, the first and largest game studio in South America, specializing in the production of downloadable interactive content for XBLA and PSN.
The studio adds the development of titles for X360, PS3, Wii, NDS and DSi.
After being acquired by Rémi Racine, the company changes its name to Artificial Mind & Movement Inc. (A2M) and consolidates its operations in Montreal.
The studio develops for Xbox, PlayStation 1 and 2, GBA and Game Cube.
MMI and Megatoon become Behaviour Interactive.
Malofilm Communications acquires both MMI and Megatoon.
Rémi Racine is appointed General Manager.
Multimedia Interactive (MMI), a developer of interactive entertainment software on CD-Rom based in Montreal, is co-founded by Rémi Racine.
Megatoon, a game development studio, is founded in Quebec City.