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Brain Bug

Lollypop

BRAYFORD & ASSOCIATES PTY. LTD.

Yacht Racing Simulator

Brian A. Rice, Inc.

Brian A. Rice, Inc. was a third party development house, located in the southwest suburbs of Chicago, that did PC and console development. Brian A. Rice, Inc. began as a developer of educational software for the Apple II... as the PC emerged the company moved into gaming, doing titles for Mindscape and Activision... eventually console titles were developed for companies like SEGA, Atari, Activision, and Sunsoft. The company was started in 1981 and lasted to early 1996... as success came to the company, so did an increase in the number of titles and workload... finding additional talent and budgets to match the workload proved to be the downfall of the company.
Tongue of the Fatman

Bridgestone Multimedia Group

Captain Bible in the Dome of Darkness

Brøderbund Software, Inc.

Brøderbund was established in 1980 by Doug and Gary Carlston in. They merged with The Learning Company in 1998.
Prince of Persia 2, Prince of Persia, Apple Panic, Karateka, Lode Runner, Wings of Fury, Shufflepuck Cafe, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego, Where in Americas Past is Carmen Sandiego, Treehouse, Where in Space is Carmen Sandiego

BUG Multisystem Ltd.

Avish

Bullfrog

Bullfrog was a revolutionary company on a field of gaming. It was established in 1987 by Les Edgar and Peter Molyneux with the goal to produce new games which are more complex and challenging and introduce new gaming mechanics. They were successful and produced many famous titles like Theme Park or Syndicate. The company joined the Electronic Arts empire in 1995.
Populous, Syndicate, Genewars, Syndicate Wars, Theme Park, Powermonger

Button Soft

Bat'n'Ball

California Dreams

Blockout

Capcom Co., Ltd.

Capcom Co., Ltd. was originally established in 1983 in Osaka, Japan. The company is known for creating popular franchises such as Mega Man, Street Fighter, Resident Evil, and others.
Street Fighter 2, Bionic Commando

Capstone Software

Capstone Software was a video game subsidiary of Intracorp and operated from the late 1980's until 1996. Intracorp was also a video game company. Capstone Software went bankrupt in 1996 and closed its doors along with their parent company Intracorp.
Corridor 7 Alien Invasion, Trump Castle: The Ultimate Casino Gambling Simulation

CDV Software Entertainment AG

One of the largest German full-priced PC-games publishers, CDV Software Entertainment AG was set up in 1989 by Wolfgang Gäbler and Christina Oppermann as a partnership. It distributes, publishes and produces eTainment- and value for money application software. The company groups together entertainment (computer games), edutainment and infotainment, with the focus being on games.
Fuzzys World of Miniature Space Golf

ChamProgramming Corporation

Champ Asteroids

Cheesy Software

Cheesy Invaders

ChildWare Corporation

Learn to Add

Chivalry Software, Inc.

Visions of Aftermath The Boomtown

Chris Gray Enterprises Inc.

Infiltrator II, Infiltrator

Chris Pirih

A Free form skiing game, with Slalom, Free Style, and Tree Slalom pistes to ski down. Originally made for free by Chris Pirih in 1991.
SkiFree

Cinemaware Corporation

Cinemaware Corporation was founded in 1985. The company was Robert Jacob's and Phyllis Jacob's software development house. Established in 1985, it existed for seven years before going under in 1991.
King of Chicago

Clipper Software

Touche - The Adventures of the 5th Musketeer