Absolute Entertainment, Inc.

Overview

Absolute Entertainment was founded in 1986 by former Activision designers and programmers David Crane, Dan Kitchen and Garry Kitchen.

The name was specifically chosen to have the company listed alphabetically above Activision (and Accolade), just as Activision did in the past to be listed above Atari.

The company had a successful run in their early life, but in the later part of the 1990's, their sales slowly declined. The company eventually folded in 1995. Most of the employees went to Skyworks Technologies when the company went out of business.

Games

Casper(1996)
Activision's Atari 2600 Action Pack 3(1995)
Rise of the Robots(1995)
RDF: Global Conflict(1995)
Home Improvement: Power Tool Pursuit(1994)
Space Ace(1994)
Super Battletank 2(1994)
A/X-101(1994)
Jeopardy!(1994)
Star Trek: Generations - Beyond the Nexus(1994)
Wheel of Fortune(1994)
Turn and Burn: No-Fly Zone(1994)
Redline: F1 Racer(1993)
Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends, The(1993)
Star Trek: The Next Generation(1993)
Toys(1993)
Goofy's Hysterical History Tour(1993)
Turn and Burn: The F-14 Dogfight Simulator(1992)
Race America(1992)
David Crane's Amazing Tennis(1992)
Garry Kitchen's Super Battletank: War in the Gulf(1992)
Space Shuttle Project (1991)
Garry Kitchen's Battletank(1990)
David Crane's The Rescue of Princess Blobette Starring A Boy and his Blob(1990)
David Crane's A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia(1989)
Kung-Fu Master(1989)
R.C. Grand Prix(1989)
Pete Rose Pennant Fever(1988)
Dan Kitchen's Tomcat: The F-14 Fighter Simulator(1988)
Crossbow(1988)
Super Skateboardin'(1988)
F-18 Hornet(1988)
X-15 Alpha Mission(1987)
Skate Boardin'(1987)
Title Match Pro Wrestling(1987)

Trivia

The company created the game "Penn and Teller's Smoke and Mirrors" for the Sega CD. The game was finished, but never released due to the company going out of business in 1995. There were planned, but unfinished, PC and 3DO ports as well.

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