Company name Description Games

Thalion Software GmbH

Thalion Software was a German computer game developing company that primarily focused on games for Amiga and Atari ST. It was founded in October 1988 in Gütersloh by Erik Simon and Holger Flöttmann. The company went out of business in 1994.
Amberstar, Airbus, Dragonflight

The 3DO Company

The company was founded as SMSG, Inc. (San Mateo Software Games) in 1991 by Trip Hawkins and it was headquartered in Redwood City, California. Initially, the SMSG focused on video games consoles and launched the 3DO in October 1993. The console itself was created by different partners and licensees, while 3DO received royalties on each console sold and on each game manufactured. They also offered a lower royalty rate than direct competitors Nintendo and SEGA. The console did not succeed, with a high introduction price and dubious game quality. The final nail in the coffin was when Sony entered the market with the PlayStation in 1995. The 3DO Company sold the design for its next-generation console to Matsushita in 1996 and changed business to a games development and publishing.

The 8th Day

Heimdall 2 - Into the Hall of Worlds

The Algorithm Guild


The Assembly Line

British company famous for unique action/puzzle games such as Vaxine, The Assembly Line was also famous for excellent programming that was technically much more competent than most of its contemporaries. Its games were always very smooth, eminently playable, and pushes the capabilities of yesterday's computers to their limits. Although better known in the Commodore 64 and later Amiga circle, many of their games have also been ported to the PC and achieved modest success. Most of their games were published by US Gold. Developers include Andy Beveridge, Adrian Stephens, Martin Day, John Dale.
The Game of Harmony

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 Codemasters Software Company Limited

Codemasters is a UK company established in 1986. Development studios: Codemasters Studios Guildford (UK) (2007-2011) Codemasters Studios Sdn Bhd (Malaysia) Codemasters Birmingham (2008 - Birmingham division only) The main company also has its own development division. It is sometimes referred to as Codemasters Southam or Codemasters Warwickshire. In April 2012 the company announced to cease development on all non-racing titles, focusing on sequels to the F1, GRiD and DiRT franchises. On 14th December 2020 Electronic Arts announced the acquisition of the company for $1.2 billion, beating an earlier $870 million bid by Take-Two Interactive.
The Premiership

The CoExistence


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 DaRK CaVErN Productions

Red Babe

The Dennis Courtney Five

Mazzembly 3D

The eight Day

Heimdall, Gender Wars

The Firm


The Kremlin

The Kremlin was an internal graphics and development team of Domark Software Ltd.
'Nam 1965-1975

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, Reader Rabbit 2, Reader Rabbit 3, Reader Rabbit, Reader Rabbit's Ready for Letters, Rocky's Boots

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 Portland IBM Personal Computer Club


The Right Brothers