Company name Description Games

Bruce Hansen


Bruce Jaeger

Murder Cruise

BSX International


BUG Multisystem Ltd.



Bullfrog was a revolutionary company on a field of gaming. It was established in 1987 by Les Edgar and Peter Molyneux with the goal to produce new games which are more complex and challenging and introduce new gaming mechanics. They were successful and produced many famous titles like Theme Park or Syndicate. The company joined the Electronic Arts empire in 1995.
Populous, Syndicate, Genewars, Syndicate Wars, Theme Park, Powermonger

Bumblebee Enterprises

Crime Lab: Case of the Missing Masterpiece

Button Soft


Button Software

Abmis the Lion


Byteriders was the name used by the independent German adventure developers Steve Kups and Sebastian Broghammer. They were active between 1990 and 1992 on Commodore 64. In 2015 Byteriders made their comeback with the C64 homebrew title Heroes & Cowards.
Crime Time

C&C Software


California Dreams

Canvas Software

Charlie Chaplin

Capcom Co., Ltd.

Capcom Co., Ltd. was originally established in 1983 in Osaka, Japan. The company is known for creating popular franchises such as Mega Man, Street Fighter, Resident Evil, and others.
Street Fighter 2, Bionic Commando, Commando, Street Fighter

Capstone Software

Capstone Software was a video game subsidiary of Intracorp and operated from the late 1980's until 1996. Intracorp was also a video game company. Capstone Software went bankrupt in 1996 and closed its doors along with their parent company Intracorp.
Corridor 7 Alien Invasion, Trump Castle: The Ultimate Casino Gambling Simulation, Miami Vice

Carl Erikson


Carl Mclawhorn


Carr Software

Mix And Match

Carraz editions


Cascoly Software

Cascoly Software is a small software company owned and operated by Steve Estvanik. It started producing shareware software in 1983.
MVP Bridge, Air Traffic Controller

Cases Computer Simulations Ltd.

Cases Computer Simulations Ltd. (CCS) was based in London, and primarily published strategy games. The company was founded by Melvin Lloyd-Jones in May 1982 an remained active until at least the early nineties.
Operation Market Garden: Drive on Arnhem, September 1944, Frontline