Liquid Entertainment is a video game developer based in Pasadena, California. Liquid was co-founded in 1999 by Ed Del Castillo and Michael Grayford.
Battle Realms, released by Crave and Ubisoft in November, 2001, is a real-time strategy PC game for Windows that features an unconventional approach to resource management and unit development.
A stand-alone expansion pack, Battle Realms: Winter of the Wolf, followed in April, 2002.
Since the release of Winter of the Wolf, Liquid has developed two real-time strategy PC games based on intellectual property licenses. In November, 2003, Sierra released The Lord of the Rings: War of the Ring, based on Vivendi Universal's license to Tolkien's literary works. Atari released the licensed Dungeons & Dragons PC game Dragonshard in October, 2005.
In October, 2006, Buena Vista Games released Desperate Housewives: The Game, Liquid's lifestyle simulation computer game adaptation of the popular television series Desperate Housewives.
Codemasters released Rise of the Argonauts, a Greek mythology-themed action role-playing game for Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360, in December 2008.