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Science Research Associates, Inc.

Arithmetic Games Set 1

Scott Douglas

3D Trek

Screaming Duck Software

Glook

SDJ Enterprises, Inc.

A small outfit consisting of Steven D. Jones, a public domain programmer responsible for the old shareware game Dracula in London (and possibly several pieces of educational software as well).
Dracula in London

SEGA

Sega has developed and produced many popular video games in a variety of genres, including renowned series such as House of the Dead, Jet Set Radio, Phantasy Star, Sakura Wars, Sonic the Hedgehog, Virtua Fighter, Wonder Boy, and many others.
Golden Axe, OutRun, Zaxxon, Alien Syndrome, Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom

Sensible Software

Founded in Chelmsford, Essex, UK in 1986 by Jon Hare and Chris Yates, two former school friends, Sensible Software was one of the most successful European development teams throughout the 8 Bit and 16-Bit eras, creating no less than seven #1 games in the UK in their 13 year history and scooping many industry awards in the process. Well regarded as eccentric mavericks, the team produced some strange and original games over the years. They later moved their offices to the Cambridgeshire town of March before settling in Saffron Walden, Essex in 1993.
Sensible World, Mega Lo Mania, Wizball

Shadow Software

Hook

Shamusoft Designs

Jumpman Lives!

ShareData, Inc.

Starquake

Sher-Tek Software, Inc.

Ocean Ranger

Sierra Entertainment, Inc.

Sierra Entertainment, Inc. also knows as Sierra Online was a major developer and publisher in 80s and 90s producing many known and popular titles like Space Quest or King's Quest . The company was originally established in 1979 in California and after two successful decades was acquired by Activision.
The Incredible Machine, Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards, Man Hunter - New York, Man Hunter 2 - San Francisco, Lost Mind of Dr Brain, Castle of Dr Brain, Conquests of the Longbow - The Legend of Robin Hood, Freddy Pharkas - Frontier Pharmacist, Mixed Up Mother Goose 1991, Codename ICEMAN, EcoQuest 2 - Lost Secret of the Rainforest, EcoQuest - The Search for Cetus, Hoyle Official Book of Games Volume 1, Jones in the Fast Lane, Police Quest - In Pursuit of the Death Angel, Island of Dr. Brain, Laura Bow 2 - The Dagger of Amon-Ra, Hoyle Official Book of Games 2, Hoyle Official Book of Games 3, Laura Bow 1 - The Colonels Bequest, Sierra's 3-D Helicopter Simulator, Crazy Nick's Software Picks: Parlor Games with Laura Bow, Mine Shaft, Mixed Up Fairy Tales, BC's Quest for Tires, Crazy Nick's Software Picks: Robin Hood's Game of Skill and Chance, Crazy Nick's Software Picks: Roger Wilco's Spaced Out Game Pack

Silicon Knights, Inc.

Silicon Knights, Inc. was founded in 1992 in Ontario, Canada, by Denis Dyack. In 1998, they were signed by Nintendo as a second-party developer.
Blood Omen - Legacy Of Kain, Cyber Empires, Dark Legions

Silmarils

Silmarils was founded in October 1987 by two French brothers, Louis-Marie and Andre Rocques.
Operation: Cleanstreets, Colorado, Metal Mutant, Arctic Baron, Boston Bomb Club

Simbiosis Interactive

Fable

Simis Limited

Simis Limited was a development studio especially known for its flight simulator games. It was founded in 1989 by Jonathan Newth and Ian Baverstock and acquired by Eidos in 1995. In March 1998 there was a management buyout of the company which led to the formation of Kuju Entertainment. Kuju was originally an offshoot umbrella brand, that housed Simis as a flightsim brand. Later the company fully dissolved into Kuju.
MiG-29 Fulcrum, MiG-29M Super Fulcrum

SimTex

SimTex was established in 1988 by Steve Barcia and went on to create their two most popular and well known series Master of Magic and Master of Orion 1 and 2 but unfortunately closed in 1997
Master of Orion, Master of Magic, 1830 Railroads

Simulmondo

Simulmondo was an Italian leading gaming company. They focused on multiple platforms like DOS, Amiga or Commodore C64 and released many mostly sports games. The company slowly stopped their production in later 1990s.
3D World Boxing, Dylan Dog Through the Looking Glass, Simul Man V

Sir-Tech

Sir-Tech Software, Inc. was a United States-based video game developer and publisher founded by Robert Woodhead and Norman Sirotek. While the original company closed its doors in 2001, its Canadian counterpart Sir-Tech Canada continued to operate up until late 2003.

Skitso Productions

Skitso Productions is a Finnish development company of small, arcade and action games for PC. It was founded in 1995 as a sole proprietorship in Turku, Finland.
Mine Bombers

Sleepless Knights

Special Forces