AwardsIn the EMAP Image's Golden Joystick 1991 awards of the game industry in the UK Ocean Software was voted as Software House of the Year (Source: CVG #115, 1991/6)
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Winner Software House of the Year in the Golden Joystick Rewards 1990.
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Runner up Software House of the Year 1988 in the "Golden Joystick" Awards organised by the magazine Computer and Video Games (reported issue #79, 1988/5). Only UK software houses were included in the Awards.
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CVG Golden Joysticks Award 1989Ocean Software was voted by the readers of the UK magazine Computer and Video Games as winner in the category "Software House of the Year 8-bit" and Runner-up in the category "Software House of the Year 16-bit" (CVG issue #92, 1989/6).
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Ocean won the "Best Software House 1987" award in the Newsfield Reader's Awards both from the readers of the ZZAP!64 and the CRASH magazine.
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Company location (1983)
Contributed on Aug 12, 2010 by piltdown_man (95690)
Ocean's previous website address: www.ocean.co.uk
Contributed on Feb 20, 2009 by Jeanne (75487)
Company address in 1996:
Ocean Software Ltd.
21 Castle Street
Castlefield, Manchester M3 4LZ
Contributed on Jan 19, 2009 by Zeikman (3472)
Address and contact information in 1998:
Infogrames UK Ltd.
21 Castle Street - Castlefield
Manchester, M3 4SW
Tel.: 0161 827 8000
Technical Helpline: 0161 827 8060/1
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Company location (2008):
Hammersmith Bridge Road
London W6 9EI
Contributed on Oct 15, 2008 by Xoleras (66095)
Contact Address (1986):
Ocean House 6 Central St.
Manchester M2 5NS
Telephone 061 832 6633
Contributed on Mar 24, 2008 by POMAH (36068)
There is a funny thing about Atari UK's website (www.uk.atari.com):
When you browse through Support -> Internationals Hotlines, you get a list of all the hotlines and a country flag next to the specific Atari company (the country where the company is located in the case of multi-country operations).
So, you have there Germany (Germany's flag), Austria (Australia's flag), Switzerland (Switzerland's flag), ... and at the end of the list, you see the email and URL of Atari Australia, together with Austria's flag. ;)
Conclusion: whoever made that page should have proofread it first.
Contributed on Apr 27, 2005 by Xoleras (66095)