The 3DO Company was a developer and publisher of branded interactive entertainment software. The Company developed products for several multimedia platforms, including personal computers (PCs), the PlayStation game console, the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, the Nintendo 64 game system, the Nintendo Game Boy Color hand-held game system and the Nintendo Game Boy Advance hand-held game system. The Company was also developing software, but has not shipped, for other next-generation video game consoles, including the Nintendo Game Cube and the Microsoft Xbox. Its existing brands include Army Men, Cubix, Heroes of Might and Magic, High Heat Baseball and Might and Magic. Its software products cover a variety of genres, including action, strategy, adventure/role playing, sports and family entertainment. In May 2003, the Company filed a voluntary petition for protection under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code.