Troika Games was a computer game developer focused on computer role-playing games. It was founded in 1998 by three key members of the team behind the RPG Fallout -- Tim Cain, Leonard Boyarsky and Jason Anderson -- after they left Interplay.
Troika, from a Russian word meaning "three of any kind", released three games, all RPGs, before going out of business in February 2005: Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura, The Temple of Elemental Evil, and Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines. Bloodlines was also the first game to license Valve Software's Source engine, released on the same day as Half-Life 2.
While Troika's games were lauded by critics and die-hard gamers for their storytelling and open-ended game design, the company had been often criticised for the large number of bugs in their games, particularly Temple and Bloodlines. Nonetheless, the company enjoyed an excellent reputation among serious RPG gamers, who considered their games to be classics.