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Games Animation, Inc. is Nickelodeon's main production arm. They are well-known for creating classic Nickelodeon shows, such as SpongeBob SquarePants, and several others. The company is owned by ViacomCBS.
- 1 History
- 1.1 Games Studios/ParaToon Studios era (1951-1985)
- 1.2 1985: The birth of Games Animation, Inc.
- 1.3 1986-1993: The company's growth
- 1.4 1991–1996: Success with Ren & Stimpy
- 1.5 1994: The Takeover
- 1.6 1996-1997: South Park
- 1.7 1996–2011: Prime years with televised cartoons
- 1.8 1999: SpongeBob SquarePants
- 1.9 2000: BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
- 1.10 2011-2016: Diversification and expansion
- 1.11 The New Era (2017-)
- 2 List of productions
Games Studios/ParaToon Studios era (1951-1985)
1985: The birth of Games Animation, Inc.
1986-1993: The company's growth
1991–1996: Success with Ren & Stimpy
1994: The Takeover
In August 1994, an announcement was made regarding Games Anderson and William Anderson (the founders of Paramount Animation and Games Animation, Inc.) proposing to sell their studios to entertainment figures Bloo J, Matt Chaudhary, Stephen Hillenburg, and John Kricfalusi. On October 12, 1994, TBA
In 1995, traditional animation artists from other studios joined Paramount Feature Animation and Games Animation, Inc., which led to the Paramount buying part of TBA, a company specializing in visual effects, and renaming TBA, both were software divisions, and would merge later on. From then, TBA
Paramount Feature Animation and Games Animation, Inc. had new traditional animators working for their animation department, and the computer animators worked on CG films. TBA would be shut down in TBA, leading the staff to join to work for Paramount Feature Animation and Games Animation, Inc., while most of the studio's old animators came to their retirement or passed away.
1996-1997: South Park
In 1997, Games Animation, Inc. brought South Park to the table. TBA.
1996–2011: Prime years with televised cartoons
1999: SpongeBob SquarePants
Behold the most successful show to come out of the company: SpongeBob SquarePants. TBA
2000: BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
2011-2016: Diversification and expansion
The New Era (2017-)
List of productions