inXile Entertainment, Inc. (pronounced "in exile") is an American video game developer and a studio of Xbox Game Studios based in Newport Beach, California. Specializing in role-playing video games, inXile was founded in 2002 by Interplay co-founder Brian Fargo. The studio produced the fantasy games The Bard's Tale and Hunted: The Demon's Forge – along with various games for Flash and iOS such as Fantastic Contraption – in its first decade of development. In 2012, inXile released the post-apocalyptic game Wasteland 2, following a successful Kickstarter campaign. The sequel to Interplay's Wasteland, inXile acquired the rights to the franchise after previous rights owners Konami allowed its ownership to lapse. Following the game's critical success, the studio went on to raise a then-record US$4 million on Kickstarter to develop Torment: Tides of Numenera – a spiritual successor to Interplay's Planescape: Torment. inXile is currently developing Wasteland 3.