The first project that came out from the England-based studio was not a game, but a DLC pack for LittleBigPlanet 2. The first one to release was the Pirates of the Caribbean Premium Level Kit that saw the popular Disney franchise come to Sony's platformer in 2009. Other DLC that Supermassive Games developed include The Muppets, Toy Story, and Sackboy's Prehistoric Moves.
Supermassive Games' first developed game, Big Match Striker, was actually their only game to not appear on a PlayStation system. Released in 2010, the unique free-to-play football game required players to answer trivia questions.
Supermassive Games believed heavily in the PlayStation Move controller as they released two launch titles for the peripheral. The first of which was Tumble, which was a challenging puzzle game that had 70 different brain teasers to solve. It later received a physical release as part of the Move Mind Benders compilation.
The English developer's other launch title was Start the Party!, which was appropriately a party game. The main draw of the mini-game collection was that it combined motion controls with augmented reality. It was popular enough to spawn a sequel.
Despite having started the party just one year prior, players were invited to reignite the party (and apparently save the world) in Start the Party! Save the World. This sequel had several themed worlds that players (and their friends) could travel to.
After working extensively on PlayStation Move titles, Supermassive Games then worked on Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock for PlayStation 3 and Vita. Despite featuring actor Matt Smith voicing the titular character, the game was a critical and commercial failure. This killed the planned trilogy of Doctor Who games.
2012 wasn't all bad for Supermassive Games, as they also worked with Sony to port the original Killzone from PlayStation 2 to PlayStation 3. Dubbed Killzone HD, players could purchase the updated title either digitally or as a part of the Killzone Trilogy.
While Supermassive Games didn't do the bulk of the work on LittleBigPlanet PS Vita, they did do several of the arcade games that were playable within the game. These include mini-games such as Orb It! and Stratosphere. In 2013, they would also create the Marvel Arcade Pack for the game, which featured three superhero themed mini-games.
Supermassive Games close relationship with Sony continued with Walking with Dinosaurs, one of the few games that used Wonderbook. The title, which was a collaboration with BBC Worldwide, was a tie-in to the TV show of the same name.
Until Dawn is Supermassive Games most ambitious title yet. Taking inspiration from horror films, it looks to be one of the most thrilling interactive games ever made. Until Dawn is set to release August 25 on PlayStation 4.
Seeing how Supermassive Games developed titles for PlayStation Move and Wonderbook, it should come as no surprise that the developer is working on a game for Project Morpheus. Called Jurassic Encounter, players observe giant dinosaurs from prehistoric times. It is currently not known if this tech demo will be fleshed out into a full game.