Company name Description Games

Alpha Helix Productions


Alpha Simulations

Harrier Jump Jet

Alucine Soft

Professional Tennis Simulator

Amazing Graphics

Maze Wars

American Laser Games, Inc.

American Laser Games, Inc. was founded by Robert Grebe in the latter part of the 1980s and was in business for approximately 10 years, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. They developed and published a variety of laserdisc games featuring the use of a light gun for several platforms including 3DO. In 1999 the company was bought out by their Her Interactive division. Then in the year 2000, American Laser was sold by Her Interactive to Digital Leisure Inc.
Space Pirates

Amwa (HK) Computer Co.


Anco Software Ltd.

Anco Software was a long-running British game developer and publisher. The company was founded as a spin-off from Anirog Software. Anirog was founded in 1982 by Anil Gupta and Roger Gamon, who were working for Mullard Mitcham at that time.
Player Manager 2

Andrew Motes

Mom's Math

Andrew Spencer Studios

Andrew Spencer Studios was a London, UK-based development studio, named after Andrew Spencer. The studio made the survival horror Ecstatica series with two games: Ecstatica (1994) and Ecstatica II (1996). They both use ellipsoid technology to render characters. A third game, Urban Decay, was in development for Psygnosis and used the game technology, but it was left abandoned in favour of developing the Ecstatica sequel and eventually it was cancelled.



AnimaTek International, Inc.

AnimaTek was a software development company founded in 1988 in Moscow, Russia, by the inventor of Tetris, Alexey Pajitnov, his partner, Vladimir Pokhilko and international entrepreneur, Henk Rogers. It had two development studios, one in Moscow, Russia and one in San Francisco, USA. The company was known for its Caviar Technology, a surface pixel real-time rendering engine. AnimaTek disappeared near the end of the '90s, but most of the staff and the technology moved on to Digital Element, Inc., a company founded in 1999 by AnimaTek's former General Manager Don McClure.

Animation FX

Baron Baldric: A Grave Adventure


Blind People Simulator

Anthony Hamilton

Morkin 2


Apogee, founded in 1987, was considered an innovator in gaming industry. The game was eventually transformed to 3D Realms which continued to carry exceptional new ideas. Apogee also mend to the mind of players with vast base of shareware versions. Almost everyone can remember some shareware game from Apogee which were freely distributed among players. This approach made the company very known and popular and turned to be a good decision.
Duke Nukem, Monster Bash, Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure, Maze Machine, Maze Runner, Meteors, Caverns of Kroz II, Temple of Kroz

Appaloosa Interactive Corporation

Appaloosa Interactive Corporation was a Hungarian game development studio founded by András Császár and Stephen J. Friedman. It was established in 1983 as Novotrade Software Kft. by 4 banks and 93 enterprises as a way to get hold of foreign currency, of which the supply was always low in the eastern bloc. Initially the company imported and sold computer hardware and software, and later began licensing software and games from European companies, mostly for the Commodore 64. The company also made computer programs and TV commercials. An office in California (USA) was also opened in 1983, possibly with the name Novotrade International LLC. When Hungary became a republic in October 1989 after shaking off the communist regime, the operations in Hungary and the USA were joined with the establishment of Novotrade International, Inc. In addition the name was changed to Appaloosa Interactive Corporation on 4th November 1996.
Museum Madness


ARC or ARC Software was a publishing label of Atari Corp. (UK) Ltd. launched by Darryl Still and Rob Katz for releases for the Amiga, Atari ST and IBM PC. It was established in 1988.
Star Breaker

Arcade Masters

Cool Croc Twin

Arcadia Software

Mushroom Mania

Arcadia Systems, Inc.

Arcadia Systems, Inc. was located in Costa Mesa, California, and was part of the Mastertronic Group. The company published a very small library of software on their own.
Metropolis, Rockford: The Arcade Game