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Impressions

Impression Software was founded in 1989. The company focused on strategy and business games including sport simulations. It was acquired by Sierra On-Line in 1995.
Caesar, Detroit, High Seas Trader, Caesar II, Air Force Commander, Ultimate Soccer Manager 2, WW2 Air Force Commander

Incredible Technologies, Inc.

Incredible Technologies is a US studio founded in July 1985 by Elaine Hodgson and Richard Ditton who previously worked at Action Graphics, Inc., a studio spun off from Bally Midway Manufacturing Co., Inc.. The company initially specialized in designing and manufacturing commercial/arcade entertainment development and they are best known for the Golden Tee Golf arcade series. Incredible Technologies developed Grave Yardage for Activision. in 1989. The staff's biographies in that game's manual show the range of design and development IT has done: arcade game design and Bally/Midway and Capcom; development of original games and/or conversion for Cinemaware, Epyx, Mindscape; pinball machine development for Data East; system design for Brunswick's BowlerVision system. While still creating games, the company also started releasing casino games and machines in 2008.
Harley Davidson - The Road to Sturgis

Indie Built, Inc.

The company was founded in 1983 by Bruce Carver (President) and Chris Jones (CFO) as Access Software Inc. Their company grew quickly with the success of such early titles as Beachhead and their first golf game, World Class Leaderboard. In 1989, Access Software began their best-known contributions to computer gaming, with the release of Mean Streets. Although the game was initially intended to be only a flight simulator, its developers added a framing story featuring a futuristic detective named Tex Murphy.

Infocom, Inc.

Developer and publisher of interactive fiction games in the early 1980s. They were acquired by Activision in 1987.
A Mind Forever Voyaging, Enchanter, Wishbringer, James Clavells Shogun, Leather Goddesses of Phobos

Infogrames Entertainment

Infogrames Entertainment was French company producing interactive games for PC and consoles. The company was founded in 1983 and eventually owned Atari, Inc. and Atari Europe.
Alone in The Dark, Alone in The Dark 2, Asterix & Obelix, North and South, Call of Cthulhu - Shadow of the Comet, Space Crusade

Infogrames Studios Limited

Gremlin was founded in 1984 by Ian Stewart, Sales and Marketing Director, and Kevin Norburn, the Financial Director. They originally opened a computer shop in Carver Street, Sheffield, called Just Micro. From there they branched out into a software house. Tony Crowther, already well known for a few Commodore programs was made a company director. Geoff Brown, of US Gold and who had just started Centresoft, was invited to become Managing Director.
Greg Norman's Shark Attack!: The Ultimate Golf Simulator

Information Access Technologies, Inc.

Developed Three-Sixty games in the early 1990s.
Armor Alley

Ingenuity Works, Inc.

Cross Country Canada

Inner Circle Creations

Alien Rampage

IntelliCreations, Inc.

Baker St 221

Intelligent Games Ltd

Intelligent Games, Ltd. (IG) was a game development company founded in 1988 as The Intelligent Games Co. by Matthew Stibbe when he was 18 years of age. The name was changed to Intelligent Games, Ltd. in 1993 when it was incorporated. The company was located in west London, United Kingdom.
Dune 2000

Interactive Binary Illusions

Halloween Harry, Alien Carnage - Halloween Harry

Interactive Picture Systems Inc.

Operation Frog

Intergalactic Development Inc.

Jack The Ripper, UMS II: Nations at War, UMS: The Universal Military Simulator

International PC Owners

IPCO was a user group for IBM PC owners, operating out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and later Poland, Ohio, USA. The founders were two engineers and their wives, Jim and Cindy Cookinham and Steve and Windy Hart. The group's selection of software - which covered business, science, graphics, education, utilities and games - was put together from user contributions. For an annual membership due ($15 within the US, $20 for Canada and $45 worldwide, as of 1982), IPCO members were eligible to participate in the group's software exchange: submit a program to the IPCO catalog, and receive a diskette with 4 free programs of your choice. The catalog included 80 programs as of early 1983, and over 175 by July that same year; by mid-1984 the count had grown to over 300 programs (selling for $3 per program or $6 per disk), plus 20 compilation disks ($15 each). Other productions included the bimonthly "IPCO Info" newsletter, with information on PC hardware/software (including the emerging shareware/public domain arena), reader requests, tips, comments, and even gossip culled from BBS messages.
Rubik's Cube

Interplay

The company was founded by Brian Fargo in 1983. Stationed in Southern California, the company created marvelous titles like Fallout or Baldur's Gate. Even over the former success, the company eventually went bankrupt in 2004 and sold most of their intellectual property to other companies like Bethesda.
Battle Chess, Battle Chess 4000, Castles, Battle Chess - Windows, Dragon Wars, Neuromancer, Star Trek - Judgment Rites, Rags to Riches - The Financial Market Simulation, Lord of the Rings Vol I, Star Reach

IntraCorp, Inc.

A parent company of Capstone Software.
Grandmaster Chess

Iron Byte

Freddy Hardest in South Manhattan

Ishi Press International

Go Simulator

J.Shramko

3D Pitfall