Company name Description Games

221B Software Development


Access Software

Access Software was most widely identified with the Links series, which teed off in 1990 with the release of Links: The Challenge of Golf. This groundbreaking, wildly popular product revolutionized computer golf games, spawned a series of brilliant iterations, and is still going strong today.
Amazon Guardians of Eden

Access Software, Inc.

Access Software was a Salt Lake City, UT based game developer started in 1982 by Bruce Carver. Access Software was know for their legacy of golf sims as well as the Tex Murphy adventure games, Amped snowboarding and Top Spin tennis. Most recently known as Indie Built before their closure.
10th Frame Bowling, Links 386 Pro


Accolade was an American video game developer and publisher of the 1980s and 1990s. It was founded in 1984 by game industry veterans Alan Miller and Bob Whitehead. Miller and Whitehead founded Accolade after leaving another game developer and publisher they had founded, Activision, the first third-party game developer.
Grand Prix Circuits, Grand Prix - The Cycles, Test Drive 3, Summer Games, Test Drive 2, Test Drive, The Games: Winter Challenge, Gunboat

Action Forms Ltd.

Founded in 1995, debuted in 1997 with Chasm - The Rift. The company also made Carnivores series and Cryostasis: Sleep of Reason.
CHASM The Rift

Activision, Inc.

Activision was founded in 1979 by four programmers at Atari: David Crane, Alan Miller, Robert Whitehead, Larry Kaplan, and former record industry executive Jim Levy. In 1984, sales began to fall as the video game crash happened. In 1989, they started focusing on other computer software and changed their name to Mediagenic.
Alter Ego (Female version), Alter Ego (Male version)

Amwa (HK) Computer Co.



Since 1987, Apogee Software has been a multifaceted pioneer and innovator in the PC gaming industry. Apogee’s first breakthrough was in shareware marketing. Apogee is considered the founder and original champion of the independent game developer. In 1994 Apogee created a new division, 3D Realms Entertainment, with the goal of developing innovative, interactive, immersive and of course fun 3D action games.
Duke Nukem, Monster Bash, Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure

Argo Games


Artech Digital Entertainment, Ltd.

Das Boot

Astral Software

Horror Zombies From The Crypt

Attention to Detail Limited


Attic Entertainment Software GmbH

Attic was a German software developer founded in 1989 and closed in 2001. Attic was founded by Hans-Jürgen Brändle, Jochen Hamma and Guido Henkel in the German town of Albstadt. All were equal partners in terms of ownership over the company.
Realms of Arkania, Realms of Arkania 2

Autumn Moon Entertainment, LLC

Autumn Moon Entertainment is a US game development studio founded in 2002 by Mike Kirchoff, initially with a single programmer and later with many ex-LucasArts employees on the team, especially artists.
A Vampyre Story

Avalon Hill

Developed numerous strategy and role-playing games of many types. From 1998 owned by Hasbro Interactive's Microprose division.
Advanced Civilization, Third Reich


Wacky Wheels

Bethesda Softworks LLC

Bethesda Softworks LLC is a game developer and publisher which was founded in 1986 by Christopher Weaver.
Terminator: Future Shock, Elder Scrolls - Arena, Elder Scrolls - Daggerfall

Binary Design

Binary Design was a development team in the 1980s. IIt was founded by Andrew Hieke, after he previously established Terminal Software.

Bitmap Brothers

Founded in 1987 by Steve Kelly, Mike Montgomery and Eric Matthews.
Speedball 2 - Brutal Deluxe, Speedball, Z, Xenon, Xenon 2 Megablast

Bits of Magic

They developed famous Centurion game and left for ever.