|Key people||Roel van Mastbergen, founder|
|Products||Beats of Rage, Age of the Beast, Rush Rush Rally Racing|
Senile Team formed in 2003, when they released a beat 'em up game called Beats of Rage. The game was an homage to Sega's Streets of Rage series, and used music, sounds, and backgrounds from the series as well as music, sounds, backgrounds, and characters from The King of Fighters series. The name Senile Team is perhaps as a play of words on Sega's famed Sonic Team development group.
Beats of Rage has become extremely popular after the sourcecode was released. The game has been ported to many platforms, including video game consoles such as the Sega Dreamcast, Playstation 2, PSP, and GP2X. The popularity of the game most likely lies in the fact that the engine is set up to be easily modified via scripts. The game has become a standard for games of it's type in the future, as modifiable games are now often described as "moddable like Beats of Rage".
Shortly after, Senile Team announced a follow-up on their popular game Beats of Rage with a game with all new original characters, music, backgrounds, and sounds. This game, Age of the Beast, is still in development at the time of this writing.
On December 31, 2006, Senile Team announced a new commercial Dreamcast game. The game, Rush Rush Rally Racing, is a two-dimensional top-down racing game similar to the classic Super Off Road. The game was released October 2009. A Wii version is also in the making and expected to appear in late 2010 / early 2011.