Destineer was one of the world's 25 largest publishers of packaged video games until 2011. Destineer published more than 100 family friendly video games for the Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, Xbox, Playstation 2, Playstation Portable, Macintosh, Windows PC, and iPhone. Its games were sold through the world's leading retailers, including Walmart, Best Buy, Target, Gamestop, Apple Stores, The App Store, Dixons (Europe), fnac (Europe), and many more.
Destineer also owned Atomic Games, which created the Close Combat series, Breach, and a variety of training systems for the US Marine Corps, US Army, and many agencies within the US intelligence community. Atomic also completed about 2/3 of Six Days in Fallujah, a commercial game that recreated true stories from the Iraq war, when its funding partner, Konami, pulled out of the project due to concerns about an accurate recreation of this war. Atomic intends to finish its work.
In 2003, Destineer acquired MacSoft, which was the world's #1 developer and publisher of consumer software for Macintosh computers for more than a decade.
Some of the Games