Raw Thrills, INC. is an arcade game entertainment company.
Raw Thrills was founded in 2001 by Eugene Jarvis, Deepak Deo, and Andrew Eloff. The staff also consists of other former Midway Games employees. Currently the staff runs around 25 employees, most of whom have been with the company for the majority of its existence.
Raw Thrill's first independent coin-op game was Target: Terror, a light-gun shooter game which was later upgraded to Target: Terror Gold (also known as Target: Force) featuring bonus levels, end-of-round awards, and other performance enhancements. Target: Terror was the first gun game designed under the direction of Eugene Jarvis.
The company's second game was The Fast and the Furious, a racing game based on the Universal Studios movie of the same name. Tsunami Visual Technologies later made a motion version of the game for large family entertainment centers.
In 2006, Raw Thrills published two titles:Big Buck Hunter PRO, developed by Play Mechanix; and The Fast and the Furious Superbikes. Raw Thrills released in 2007 a sequel to The Fast and the Furious titled The Fast and the Furious: DRIFT