14 Degrees East (stylized as 14° East) was a division of game developer Interplay Entertainment, operating as their strategy games department.
14° East was founded on March 3, 1999, as a division of Interplay, the originator of the Fallout series. Designed to handle upcoming titles in the strategy games genre, Interplay Entertainment selected one of its own developers, Brian Christian, to head the division.
Brian Christian, who had worked with Interplay Entertainment since 1991, had been involved with the development of several games prior to this appointment, including the ill-fated videogame adaptation of Waterworld. 14° East would begin conceptual development on Fallout Extreme in 2000, but would not progress past concepts and become canceled as focus swayed toward Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel. Fallout Tactics would be his last game produced at 14° East or Interplay Entertainment; in 2002 he began work with SEGA of America and has not worked with Interplay Entertainment since.
The last product released by 14° East was Fallout Radioactive, a compilation pack of Fallout games, in 2002. According to Interplay Entertainment, 14° East still exists as a business entity.
- 2002 - Fallout Radioactive compilation
- 2001 - Fallout Tactics 2 (canceled)
- 2001 - Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel
- 2000 - Fallout Extreme (canceled)
- 2000 - Star Trek: Klingon Academy
- 2000 - Star Trek: New Worlds
- 2000 - Star Trek: Starfleet Command (Gold Edition)
- 2000 - Star Trek: Starfleet Command (Neutral Zone Edition)
- 1999 - Star Trek: Starfleet Command