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Jaleco Ltd.

Jaleco Ltd., the parent company of Jaleco Entertainment, is a subsidiary of PCCW Limited, Hong Kong's dominant integrated communications company.
Cisco Heat - All American Police Car Race

James A. Sausville

Flagger

Jason Truong

Turoid

Jeffrey Olson

AlphaMan

Juha Kauppinen

Assault Trooper

Kalisto Entertainment SA

In 1990, Nicolas Gaume created an independent French video game development company under the name Atreid Concept SA. The company set up its own distribution label in 1992 called Kalisto.
Nightmare Creatures

Kd Games

Bug World

Kevin Bales

Castle Adventure

Kingsoft

Another game company which was eventually acquired by Electronic Arts in 1995. The company was founded in 1983 in Germany and focused mostly on Commodore C64 games.
Bug Bomber

Knowledge Adventure, Inc.

Knowledge Adventure was co-founded in 1991 by Rick Gibson and brothers Bill and Larry Gross in California.
Isaac Asimovs Science Adventure

KOEI Co., Ltd.

KOEI Co., Ltd. was first established on July 25, 1978 at Imafuku-cho, Ashikaga City. For the next two years they commenced PC sales and development of special-order business software. KOEI maintains operations in Japan, the U.S., Canada, China, Korea and Taiwan. Their first major success was when they published Nobunaga's Ambition in March 1983, which in the following years won many national and international awards.
Romance of The Three Kingdoms, Romance of The Three Kingdoms 2, Romance of The Three Kingdoms 3, Uncharted Waters, Uncharted Waters 2, Ghenghis Khan 2, Ghenghis Khan, Gemfire, Celtic Tales - Balor of the Evil Eye, Operation Europe - Path to Victory 1939 45, Bandit Kings of Ancient China

Konami Corporation

Konami Corporation was founded on March 21, 1969 in Osaka, Japan by Kagemasa Kozuki, who currently serves as Chief Executive Officer. It was initially a jukebox rental and repair service. In March 1973 the company was renamed Konami Industry Co. Ltd., and began manufacturing amusement machines. The company assumed its current name in 1991. Since then, it has grown into a large international corporation focused on a wide variety of entertainment and lifestyle technologies and products, from video games to fitness clubs, from toys to gaming machines.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Blades of Steel, Double Dribble, Goonies, Antarctic Adventure, The Simpsons

Krisalis Software Ltd.

Krisalis Software was a UK game development studio. It was originally founded in 1987 as Teque Software Development Ltd. by Tony Kavanagh, Peter Harrap and Shaun Hollingworth. Some of the company's first original titles were Terramex, The Flintstones, and Thunderbirds. Teque also programmed conversions (ports) of arcade titles for other companies for 8 and 16 bit platforms.
Manchester United The Double, Legends

Krome Studios Melbourne

The original company Melbourne House (Publishers) Ltd. was founded in 1977 by Alfred Milgrom and Naomi Besen. Starting as a general publishing company, it soon focused on home computers. In August 1980 Melbourne House published one of the first books ever for the personal computer market and started to distribute games created in the US.
Bad Street Brawler

Kron Simulation Software

Manager

Lacral Software

French company in the late 1980's that produced one good arcade title; possibly others.
Popcorn

Lankhor

Lankhor was a French video games development studio based in the south west of Paris, close to Versailles. The company was founded in 1987 and was closed on 31st December 2001. It was established through the merger of two very small French studios: BJL Langlois by Jean-Luc Langlois and Kilkhor by Bruno Gourier. The studio initially developed for the Amiga, Atari ST and DOS platforms and later branched out to console and hand-held systems such as the Mega Drive, SNES and Game Gear. Around 1996 the studio was about to close down, but then Daniel Macré joined the studio. He had previously worked together with Lankhor to develop an adaptation of the Sinclair QL game Wroom! for other platforms. In 1997, Lankhor entered a partnership with Eidos Interactive and created F1 World Grand Prix (1999) for the PlayStation and Windows. After the cancellation of a contract with the Japanese publisher Video System Co., Ltd. in January 2001 for an FIA licensed F1 game on PC and Xbox, Lankhor closed its doors on 31st December 2001 as the economical situation provided no new opportunities to work on new titles in 2001. Val d'Isère Ski Park Manager (February 2002) was the company's last game. Some of the developers moved on to found Corélane. Daniel Macré left the games industry permanently. One of the unreleased games is Sukiya.
Maupiti Island

Larva Game Studios

Larva Game Studios, a videogame developer for PC and next-gen and handheld consoles. We started in 2007 as Immersion Games Mexico, a branch for Colombian Immersion Games and became independent in early 2010 changing our name to Larva Game Studios. Headquartered in Guadalajara, Mexico and recently opened representative offices in Montreal, Canada; we are devoted to great quality games.

Lawrence Productions, Inc.

Lost Tribe

Legend Entertainment Company

Legend Entertainment Company was a Northern Virginia-based developer started in 1989 by Bob Bates and Mike Verdu. Their early games were illustrated text adventures. In 1993, they broke from the text tradition with Companions of Xanth which was their first game to feature a point-and-click interface.
Eric the Unready, Shannara, Death Gate, Spellcasting 101 - Sorcerers get all the Girls, Callahans crosstime saloon, Gateway 2 Homeworld, Spellcasting 201 - The Sorcerers Appliance, Mission Critical, Superhero - League of Hoboken, Spellcasting 301 - Spring Break, Gateway - Frederik Pohls