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The origins of Bungie fit an archetypal story of the American computer industry in its early years: a talented young man graduates from college and, in lieu of getting a "real" job, decides to publish a game he had made for his own amusement. In May of 1991, Alexander Seropian founded Bungie Software and published Operation Desert Storm, a tank-combat sim. Shortly afterwards, he teamed up with another gamer and computer junkie he'd met in an artificial intelligence class, Jason Jones, to publish Minotaur: The Labyrinths of Crete.

With boxes assembled in Alexander's basement apartment, Bungie's first games were sold at trade shows and gradually gained access to distribution channels. Minotaur, released in February 1992, established a pattern for Bungie that would make it prominent among companies writing software for the Macintosh operating system. Minotaur was the first Mac game designed solely as groupware, which can only be played by two or more people connected via modem or an AppleTalk network. This unconventional approach was rewarded with the development of a hard-core following of Minotaur fans, who could locate each other via a nationwide Users Directory maintained by Bungie.

The studio's next game, Pathways Into Darkness, put Bungie on the computer-gaming map. Pathways was the first game for the Mac to use texture-mapping in real time. The game achieved a smooth, continuous-motion 3D effect. Pathways' success afforded Bungie its first real offices and a small staff. Marathon, Bungie's next game, was a milestone not only for the company but for the Macintosh itself. The game pre-sold tens of thousands of copies and dominated online message boards many months before its release in December 1994. Marathon 2: Durandal was released in November 1995, and outdid Marathon's own impressive sales over a comparable period. A third game, Marathon Infinity, completed the series in 1996.

Instead of releasing additional sequels, the studio went on to distinguish itself in new areas. Myth: The Fallen Lords was released simultaneously for Macintosh and Windows 95 in November 1997. It was the first real-time strategy game to put the player in a true 3D landscape, foregoing the usual base-building elements to focus on tactical battlefield action. A sequel, Myth II: Soulblighter was released in 1998 as a Macintosh/Windows hybrid. After years of Macintosh-centric development, in June of 2000 Bungie was acquired the world's largest producer of IBM Compatible PC software, Microsoft. Bungie's Halo: Combat Evolved was released in 2001 exclusively as the top-selling Xbox launch title.

Selected Titles
Myth: The Total Codex
Weekend Warrior
Bungie Mac Action Sack
Myth: The Fallen Lords

Games Developed by Bungie Software

1999 Bungie Mac Action Sack Macintosh 3 Stars
2014 Destiny Xbox 360 2 Stars
2014 Destiny PlayStation 3 2 Stars
2014 Destiny PlayStation 4 2 Stars
2014 Destiny Xbox One 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: Digital Guardian Edition [PlayStation Network] PlayStation 3 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: Digital Guardian Edition [PlayStation Network] PlayStation 4 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: Digital Guardian Edition [Xbox Live] Xbox 360 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: Digital Guardian Edition [Xbox Live] Xbox One 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: Limited Edition Xbox 360 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: Limited Edition PlayStation 3 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: Limited Edition Xbox One 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: Limited Edition PlayStation 4 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: The Ghost Edition Xbox 360 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: The Ghost Edition PlayStation 3 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: The Ghost Edition Xbox One 2 Stars
2014 Destiny: The Ghost Edition PlayStation 4 2 Stars
2004 Halo 2 Xbox 4 Stars
2007 Halo 2 IBM PC Compatible 3 Stars
2007 Halo 2 [Vista Exclusive] [European] IBM PC Compatible
2005 Halo 2 Multiplayer Map Pack Xbox 2 Stars
2005 Halo 2 Multiplayer Map Pack [European] Xbox
2004 Halo 2: Limited Collector's Edition Xbox 4 Stars
2004 Halo 2: Limited Collector's Edition [European] Xbox
2007 Halo 3 Xbox 360 3.5 Stars
2007 Halo 3 [European] Xbox 360
2007 Halo 3: Legendary Edition Xbox 360 3.5 Stars
2007 Halo 3: Limited Collectors Edition [European] Xbox 360
2007 Halo 3: Limited Edition Xbox 360 3.5 Stars
2009 Halo 3: ODST Xbox 360 3.5 Stars
2009 Halo 3: ODST [Bundle] Xbox 360 3.5 Stars
2007 Halo 3: Spanish Edition Xbox 360 3.5 Stars
2005 Halo Triple Pack Xbox 3.5 Stars
2005 Halo Triple Pack [European] Xbox
2001 Halo: Combat Evolved Xbox 3.5 Stars
2002 Halo: Combat Evolved [European] Xbox
2002 Halo: Combat Evolved [Japanese] Xbox
2010 Halo: Reach Xbox 360 4 Stars
2010 Halo: Reach -- Legendary Edition Xbox 360 4 Stars
2010 Halo: Reach -- Limited Edition Xbox 360 4 Stars
2010 Halo: Reach [Bonus Item] Xbox 360 4 Stars
1994 Marathon Macintosh 3.5 Stars
1995 Marathon 2: Durandal Macintosh 4 Stars
1996 Marathon 2: Durandal IBM PC Compatible 3 Stars
1996 Marathon Infinity Macintosh 3.5 Stars
1992 Minotaur: The Labyrinths of Crete Macintosh 2.5 Stars
1998 Myth II: Soulblighter Hybrid PC/Mac 4 Stars
1997 Myth: The Fallen Lords Macintosh 4 Stars
1997 Myth: The Fallen Lords IBM PC Compatible 4 Stars
1999 Myth: The Total Codex Hybrid PC/Mac 4 Stars
2001 Oni IBM PC Compatible 2 Stars
2001 Oni Macintosh 3.5 Stars
2002 Oni [Jewel Case] IBM PC Compatible 1.5 Stars
1996 Super Marathon Pippin 2.5 Stars
1997 Weekend Warrior Macintosh 3.5 Stars

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