Webfoot Technologies, Inc. is a developer of video games for various platforms. Webfoot is probably best known for its series of Dragonball Z games for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance which were published by Atari. This includes the best selling Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku series of RPG games for the Game Boy Advance. Recently, the company has created other games based on popular licenses including My Little Pony, American Girl, Tonka, Hello Kitty, Fear Factor, and Phil Mickelson Golf.
The company was founded during the early days of the internet by Dana Dominiak and Pascal Pochol. The original catalog of titles included mostly DOS-based games, but they later expanded to Microsoft Windows software and eventually Apple Macintosh, Palm Pilot, PocketPC, and console platforms including the Nintendo Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS. Webfoot's earliest Windows title was probably the cult classic "DROD: Deadly Rooms of Death" programmed by Erik Hermansen. Several of Webfoot's budget products became popular in the late 90's with best-sellers such as 3D Frog Frenzy, 3D Pinball Express, Super Huey III, and Mahjong Ultimate.
Webfoot got its name in the early 90's several year before the World Wide Web became popular. Therefore in the early days, the name was original and humorous, even though now by coincidence the name is no longer original.