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Valve Corporation (formerly Valve Software, commonly referred to as Valve) is an American video game development and digital distribution company based in Bellevue, Washington. Founded in 1996 by former Microsoft employees Gabe Newell and Mike Harrington, Valve became famous for its critically acclaimed Half-Life and Portal sub-series. Valve is also well known for its software distribution platform Stream, and the Source engine.

FilmographyEdit

Movie title Year Release date Released by Produced by
Super Mario Bros. 2015 2015 Paramount Pictures C.E. Animation Studios
The Adventures of Heavy (known as "Heavy's Adventures" in the UK) 2014 August 7, 2014 Mall Peanuts Pictures Valve Media
The Scout Alone at Home (known as "Scout 1: Home Alone" in the UK) 2014 November 16, 2014 20th Century Fox (US), Spiral Media (UK) Hughes Entertainment, Valve Media
The Scout Lost in New York (known as "Scout 2: Scout in New York" in the UK)  2015 November 15, 2015 20th Century Fox (US), Spiral Media (UK), J.W. International Pictures (International) Hughes Entertainment, Valve Media
The Demoman's Greatest Adventure 2016 January 3, 2016

Columbia Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (US), Paramount Pictures (International)

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TV show title Created by Airing date Produced by Aired on
The H-A Team Bellevue Sabenup December 10, 2014 Valve Media, Hughes Entertainment, 20th Century Fox Television FOX (US & UK), Nickelodeon (Spain), Disney Channel (Japan, Portugal, Italy), Adult Swim (Syndication)
Heavy: The Show David Mackey, Bellevue Sabenup (most episodes), Edward Mona (some episodes) 2014 Valve Media, 4Kids Entertainment (7 episodes only), Warner Bros. Television (10 episodes only, syndication), ABCBS Studios (seasons 2-5), Paramount Television (season 1) CBS (seasons 1-5 only), ABC (syndication only), TBS 

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Valve is well known for movie production going statement.