Company name Description Games

Audiogenic Software Ltd.

Based at: PO Box 4004, Stansted, Essex CM24 8JZ, United Kingdom. Audiogenic has produced games in a variety of genres, although with sports games often their main focus. Most of their games have been self-published and self-developed.
Krustys Fun House, European Champions, Loopz, Blockbuster, Allan Border's Cricket

Autumn Moon Entertainment, LLC

Autumn Moon Entertainment is a US game development studio founded in 2002 by Mike Kirchoff, initially with a single programmer and later with many ex-LucasArts employees on the team, especially artists.

Avalon Hill

Developed numerous strategy and role-playing games of many types. From 1998 owned by Hasbro Interactive's Microprose division.
Advanced Civilization, Third Reich


AVopenH is a small games manufacturer based in Krakow. The Company was established in 1994 as a supplement to its first game, entitled "Digital Warriors". In the same year the company managed to teamed up with the oldest Polish game publisher - xLand. The result of the cooperation was to issue at the beginning of 1995 "Digital Warriors". xLand also issued a second AVopenH game "R-Activ '. The Game was a remake of" Pongo ". "R-Activ" got a thrashing (if anyone even bothered to write anything about it) and the authors sank into the ground. In the meantime xLand ceased to exist.

AweSoft, Inc.

Miramar, Jet Fighter Simulator

Azeroth, Inc.

Inspector Gadget - Global Terror

Bally Data Systems, Inc.

Midway Mfg. Co. was incorporated in 1969 when Midway Manufacturing Co. was acquired by Bally Manufacturing Corporation. Midway continued their business as manufacturer of electro-mechanical arcade machines, but starting in 1973 their main business became videogame arcade games. The Midway team designed a video game console and simple computer which was released under the Bally name in 1978 - the Bally Professional Arcade (eventually renamed Bally Computer System and then Bally Astrocade). Using a custom video display chip, this 8-bit console had 4k of RAM, a keyboard, and used cassette-sized cartridges known as Videocades. Users could also do minimal programming with the BASIC program included. About 45 games were released for this console.

Bally Technologies Inc.

Bally is a well known arcade manufacturer of coin-operated arcade machines and pinball machines. They started to develop its own games first on their own console and lately on most popular consoles and PCs.
Hat Trick, Rampage, Tapper

Banana Development, Inc.

Banana Development, Inc., is a Milwaukee-based home-computer games company specializing in IBM PC and Apple II/IIe/gs conversions of coin-operated videogames under contract for major software vendors. Banana Development is well-connected, with contacts at companies such as Konami, Mindscape, EA, and ATARI Games, Inc. (the coin-operated game company, owned by NAMCO).

Bandai Namco Entertainment UK Ltd.

Founded in Manchester, England, previously - Ocean Software was a hugely successful label up to the mid-90s, operating mainly on home computer systems. Ocean is responsible for a huge amount of arcade conversions, ports from other platforms and also original PC games.
Platoon, Batman, The Slugger

Bashurov V.

The Battle on the Black Sea


Wacky Wheels, Phylox

Bedrock Software

Football Manager 3

Ben Croshaw 

The Sorceror's Appraisal

Ben Hanke


Ben Ibach, Dave Ibach

Aldo Again, Aldo's Assault

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, Burnout: Championship Drag Racing, Wayne Gretzky Hockey 3

Big Five Software

Miner 2049er

Bill Piazza

Bert and the Snake