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Clockwork Software

Begin 2 - A Tactical Starship Simulation

Codemasters

The old and famous British software company was founded in 1986 by Richard Darling, David Darling and Jim Darling. They became famous for the Dizzy or Micromachines series.
Micro Machines, Fantastic Dizzy, Fast Food, Kwik Snax, Fantasy world Dizzy, Magicland Dizzy, Bubble Dizzy, Prince of The Yolkfolk, Micro Machines 2, Psycho Pinball, Captain Dynamo

Coktel Vision

Coktel Vision is a French game developer founded in 1985 and located in Paris. The company created adventure, action and educational games. The company was acquired by Sierra On-Line, Inc. in 1993.
Lost in Time, Ween The - Prophecy, Inca

Color Dreams, Inc.

Developed several DOS and NES games.
Adventures of Captain Comic

Colorado Computer Creations

High Command: Europe 1939-'45

Computer's Dream

BAT

Core Design Limited

In its nine year history, Core Design has built an unrivaled reputation as one of the world's premier development teams. They have created over fifty titles, winning numerous awards in the process. Several of these games appeared under the Core brand, whilst others were released by some of the largest games publishers in the world. Core has achieved critical acclaim and commercial success in equal measures for one simple reason: they have always put gameplay first and foremost.
Curse of Enchantia, Monty Python's Flying Circus

Corrosive Software

This English company was started as The Big Red Software Company by Paul Ranson in 1989. They primarily developed conversions, budget games and licensed titles, working closely with Codemasters in their early years. Later their eponymous racing game was successful. In 1995 Big Red Software was acquired by Eidos and became part of the new Eidos Interactive. The division was renamed Corrosive Software in about 1997 and was a development unit of Eidos. The division completed the game Assault Corps but it was never released. Eidos closed down Corrosive Software in 1998.
Steg the Slug, Seymour Goes To Hollywood

Cosmos Designs

Super Nibbly

Crack dot Com

Crack dot Com, released the brilliant cult classic Abuse but, due to bad financial decisions, went bankrupt.
Abuse

Cranberry Production GmbH

Cranberry Production GmbH was a game development studio based in Hanover, Germany. It was originally founded as 4HEAD Studios in 1997 by Lars Martensen and Tobias Severin.

Creative Dimensions

CD-MAN

Creative Materials

Godfather

Creature Labs Ltd.

Cyberlife Technology, Ltd. was a a company based in Cambridge, England set up to develop the artificial life technology created by Steve Grand. The company was shut down in March 2003 and the intellectual property was picked up by Gameware Europe Ltd.

Cricket Software

Firestorm: The Forest Fire Simulation Program

CRL Group PLC

Starting out renting computer equipment out (hence their full name), CRL was one of the few companies producing games as early as 1982 who continued into the 90s. Many of their games were rather cerebral, with many simulation, strategy and management games in their range. They released around 90 Spectrum games and dozens for the C64, although only briefly supported the Amiga and ST. Computer Rentals Limited -- Original company name.
Space School Simulator: The Academy

Crom Software

African Trail Simulator

Cryo Interactive Entertainment

Cryo Interactive Entertainment is a French video game development and publishing company founded in 1992, but existing unofficially since 1989 as a developer group under the name Cryo. In 2008 Microïds acquired Cryo. (From Wikipedia)
Dune, Dune CD, KGB aka Conspiracy

Cunning Developments

Cyan Worlds, Inc.

Cyan Worlds is a North American game developer based in Mead, Washington. It was founded in 1987 by the brothers Rand and Robyn Miller. They originally focused on games for children, debuting with The Manhole (1988), an exploration-based adventure game and one of the earliest titles to take advantage of the CD ROM medium. They are best known for their Myst series.
The Manhole