Arc Developments

Overview

Arc Developments were formed by a group of former Elite employees - Chris Coupe, Byron Nilsson, Paul Walker and Richard Underhill. Most of their work involved multi-format conversions of arcade games, primarily for Activision, although they also did some original licensed products. They were active from the late 80s to the late 90s.

Games

Art of Fly Fishing: Volume One - Rivers of the British Isles, The(1996)
Johnny Bazookatone(1996)
Track Attack(1996)
World Masters Golf(1995)
Hurricanes(1994)
Hurricanes(1994)
World Cup Golf: Hyatt Dorado Beach(1994)
Incredible Hulk, The(1994)
Cannon Fodder(1993)
Simpsons: Bart vs. the World, The(1993)
Liverpool: The Computer Game(1993)
Terminator 2: Judgment Day(1993)
Beavers(1993)
Addams Family, The(1993)
Scrabble(1993)
M.C. Kids(1992)
Nick Faldo's Championship Golf(1992)
Dream Team, The(1992)
WWF European Rampage Tour(1992)
Arch Rivals(1992)
Liverpool: The Computer Game(1992)
Armalyte: The Final Run(1991)
Predator 2(1991)
R-Type II(1991)
Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants, The(1991)
Shadow Sorcerer(1991)
Robozone(1991)
Pang(1990)
X-Out(1990)
Onslaught(1990)
Platinum(1990)
Dragon Breed(1990)
Forgotten Worlds(1989)
Borodino(1989)
Crack Down(1989)

Trivia

The company's founders regarded Forgotten Worlds as their finest conversion, and Robozone as their weakest product.

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