Company name Description Games

The Bitmap Brothers

Founded in 1987 by Steve Kelly, Mike Montgomery and Eric Matthews the Bitmap Brothers were the original ‘rockstar’ developers - a small, but highly successful development team that prized quality over quantity, and depth over glitz. They are famous for their games like: Xenon, Speedball, Magic Pockets or The Chaos Engine.
Gods, Cadaver

The Bruce Artwick Organization Ltd.

The Bruce Artwick Organization Ltd. (most commonly known as BAO Ltd.) was founded by Bruce Artwick and develops upgrades and scenery add-ons for flight simulators, most notably Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Microsoft Flight Simulator (v4.0), Microsoft Flight Simulator (v5.0), Microsoft Space Simulator

The Creative Assembly Ltd.

The Creative Assembly is a game development studio based in Sussex (UK). It was established on 18th August 1987 by Tim Ansell. In July 2002 the Australian division The Creative Assembly International Limited was opened. On 9th March 2005 the SEGA Sammy group announced the acquisition of The Creative Assembly, also acquiring the Australian division. In December 2010 the latter was renamed SEGA Studios Australia.
ARL 96

The Dennis Courtney Five

Mazzembly 3D

The eight Day


The Learning Company

The Learning Company was co-founded in 1980 as The Learning Co. by Ann McCormick, Leslie Grimm and Frona Kahn and based in California. The first releases focused on teaching young children math, reading and science skills. The most lucrative properties the company developed were Super Solvers, Reader Rabbit and ClueFinders. The company joined the New York Stock Exchange in 1992.
Robot Odyssey, Super Solvers - Treasure MathStorm, Super Solvers - Challenge of the Ancient Empires!, Super Solvers - OutNumbered, Moptown Parade

The Leland Corporation

Originally Cinematronics Inc. Games under the Leland Corporation name were released from 1987 until 1992.
Ironman Offroad

The Logic Factory, Inc.

Formed in 1993, The Logic Factory develops unique, stimulating entertainment software. Based in Austin, Texas, The Logic Factory is committed to the development of games that take advantage of new technologies and the increasing capabilities of personal computers.

The Right Brothers


The SoftAd Group, Inc.

Ford Simulator II, Ford Simulator III, Ford Simulator 5.0, The Ford Simulator

The Software Shed

Theatre of Death

The Software Toolworks, Inc.

The Software Toolworks started in 1980 as a publisher of software for Heath/Zenith personal computers. Early products included MYCHESS, The Original Adventure, and the C/80 C compiler for CP/M. In 1994, The Software Toolworks acquired Mindscape, setting it up as its development studio.
Life and Death, Star Wars Chess, Life and Death II: The Brain

The Toxic Dream

Ballgame 2

The Unobstructed Reason Corporation

Mimi and The Mites

Think!Ware Development


Thinking Machine Associates

Anacreon: Reconstruction 4021

Thinking Tools, Inc.


Thomas Biskup

Ancient Domains of Mystery

Thorsoft of Letchworth

Denarius Avaricius Sextus

Three Rivers Software

Moses: Old Testament Adventure #1