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Gray Matter Inc.

Gray Matter was founded by Chris Gray in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Chris, fueled by the success of Infiltrator from Mindscape, went off on his own to develop games. Before problems with the Canadian government over labor issues and a general decline in the entertainment market brought Gray Matter to bankruptcy, it was Canada's largest game developer.
Fiendish Freddys Big Top O Fun

Guerrilla Cambridge

Formed from the roots of Logotron, the London-based Millennium were best known for the James Pond series, but released a range of games, particularly for Amiga and ST systems. Their titles were generally distributed by U.S. Gold. In 1997 the company was bought by Sony and became SCE Studio Cambridge. In 2009 it is part of the SCE Worldwide Studios group and is named simply Cambridge Studio. In 2012 the studios became part of Guerrilla B.V. and its name was changed to Guerrilla Cambridge. On January 12, 2017, Sony Interactive Entertainment closed Guerrilla Cambridge.
Deadline

H&H Software

H&H Software was the name used by Rod Hyde when he was a self-employed computer programmer from 1984 until 1987. The company morphed into Rowan Software in 1987.
Strike Force Harrier

Hicom Entertainment

Hicom (하이콤) was a South Korean developer and publisher of video games. The company was founded on December 8th, 1988. In their early days they gained prominence by distributing Sega consoles and games in their homeland. They became a third-party developer for Sega of America in 1996 and began working on various titles for the Genesis console. However, all their projects were canceled as the focus shifted towards Sega's then-new Saturn console. They later shifted the focus to PC game development, and worked on Corum games, which became their flagship series. Hicom filed bankruptcy on June 30th, 1998, but reformed on August 1st the same year. The last game they released was Corum Oejeon (1999). Shortly afterwards the company was taken over by its main investor and became eSofnet.
Still Hunt

Hitech Productions

Murders in Space

Holistic Design, Inc.

Holistic Design is a small independent game publishing and development house located in Atlanta, GA. Originally known as "Several Dudes Holistic Gaming", their first game was "Battles of Destiny" in 1992, with QQP. Since then, the company has gone on to create a number of award winning games such as "Machiavelli the Prince" and "Final Liberation: Warhammer Epic 40K".
Battles of Destiny, Hammer of the Gods

Housemarque Ltd.

Housemarque is an independent entertainment software company. Currently, the company is concentrating on creating unique games for downloadable console platforms such as Playstation®3's Playstation Network (PSN) or Xbox 360 Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA).
Alien Incident, Super Stardust

hq team

War Diary

Hudson Soft Company, Ltd.

Hudson Soft Company is Sapporo's biggest games developer and one of Japan's oldest for home platforms. They are famous especially for their Bomberman series.
Dyna

Hypothermia

Aleshar: The World of Ice

IBM

Adventures in Math, Dedale

ICOM Simulations, Inc.

Uninvited

id Software

ID software is considered a founder of FPS games. They started with Wolfenstein series followed by Doom series and Quake series. They remained active to current days with many successful titles.
Commander Keen 1, Commander Keen 4, Spear of destiny, Commander Keen - Keen Dreams, Doom, Heretic, Commander Keen 6

Ideas From the Deep

Pyramids of Egypt

Ikarion Software GmbH

In 1993 Kingsoft's owner Fritz Schäfer started a new company for PC and Amiga systems called Ikarion Software GmbH. Throughout the first years the company focussed on business simulations, later they started to develop strategy games and Gameboy Advance Puzzle Games.
Zeppelin - Giants of the Sky

Imagexcel

Quarantine

Imagic

Mostly a console cartridge developer for early 1980s console systems, Imagic occasionally branched out into the computer market. Followed Activision's lead as the second major independent game software developer, initially staffed with headhunted disgruntled Atari employees. Bill Grubb, Bob Smith, Mark Bradley, Rob Fulop, and Denis Koble had all worked for Atari. The company was the second third-party publisher to make games for the Atari 2600. The staff also included Jim Goldberger, Dave Durran and Brian Dougherty from Mattel and Gary Kato from Versatec.
Sherlock Holmes - Another Bow, I Damiano - The Wizard of Partestrada

Imagineering Inc.

Imagineering Inc. appears to be an internal development studio of Absolute Entertainment, Inc.
The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants

Imagitec Design Inc.

Kings Table - The Legend of Ragnarok

Immortality production

Cold Dreams