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Best Ever Games Company

Weird Dreams

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, Hockey League Simulator, Delta V

Big Five Software

Miner 2049er

Binary Design

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

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.
Centurion

Black Isle Studios

Black Isle Studios was a development division of developer and publisher Interplay. Originally formed in 1996, it started using the name in 1998 and it was based in California, USA. The division's name refers to Black Isle in Scotland, the native country of founder Feargus Urquhart.

Black Magic Software

Gloom

Blizzard

Blizzard Entertainment established in 1994 became very soon a known established company. The company did not focus on many titles but every release was a masterpiece immediately attracting a lot of attention and players. The company remained successful to the current days further developing on original Warcraft or Diablo series.
Lost Vikings, Warcraft, Blackthorne, Lost Vikings 2, Warcraft 2

Blue Byte

The game company founded in Germany in 1988 which eventually owned branches in USA and Australia. The company became very famous for the Settlers series, which became very popular and created vast community of players who remained active until today.
UGH, Settlers, Settlers 2, Albion, Great Courts 2

Blue Chip Software

Baron: The Real Estate Simulation, Millionaire: The Stock Market Simulation, Tycoon: The Commodity Market Simulation

Blue Sky Productions

Ultima Underworld - The Stygian Abyss

Bluemoon Interactive

Bluemoon Interactive hails from Estonia, and is best known for the SkyRoads lineage of futuristic racing games. Their latest game project was Thunder Brigade, which didn't become a commercial hit because of the lack of gameplay testing time. The company's team was also instrumental in writing the software for the popular file-sharing program KaZaA and peer-to-peer Internet telephony software Skype.
SkyRoads - Xmas Special

BlueSky Software, Inc.

BlueSky Software or BlueSky Software Corporation was an American software company situated in California formed in 1988 and had a successful run for 12 years before closing down in March of 2001, when parent company Interplay was in financial trouble. The BlueSky trademark was still owned by Titus Interactive until bankruptcy closed their doors in 2004.
Hare Raising Havoc

Bookup, Inc.

Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess

Brad P. Taylor

Fallout

Brain Bug

Lollypop

BrainBank, Inc.

Mystery Master: Felony!, Mystery Master: Murder by the Dozen

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, Willow, Monte Carlo Baccarat