The Nickelodeon animation division foundations begin with the creation of three original animated programs in 1991, Doug
and The Ren & Stimpy Show
. After a falling-out with Ren & Stimpy creator John Kricfalusi
in 1992, Nickelodeon founded Games Animation to produce future animated endeavors, including their first fully in-house series Rocko's Modern Life
. Games produced much of the mid-1990s output of the network, in partnership with notable companies such as Frederator Studios
. In 1998, the studio moved from Studio City, California to Burbank in celebration of a new facility, and was renamed the Nickelodeon Animation Studio.