Binary Design, Ltd.

Overview

From England, Binary Design was a multi-format development team in the 1980s, responsible for arcade conversions as well as original titles, often developing several formats simultaneously. It was founded by Andrew Hieke, after he previously established Terminal Software. Binary Design's publishers included Mastertronic (and subsequently Melbourne House and Virgin after company mergers), Quicksilva and Domark.

Games

John Elway's Quarterback(1990)
Hard Drivin'(1989)
Amiga Champions(1989)
Shinobi(1989)
Double Dragon II: The Revenge(1989)
Speedboat Assassins(1989)
Steve Davis World Snooker(1989)
Star Wars: Droids(1988)
AAARGH!(1988)
SideWinder(1988)
Roadwars(1988)
Vectorball(1988)
Motorbike Madness(1988)
Bob's Full House(1988)
Double Dragon(1988)
Energy Warrior(1988)
Elevator Action(1987)
Bosconian '87(1987)
Energy Warrior + Molecule Man(1987)
Hyperbowl(1987)
Grange Hill(1987)
Motos(1987)
Grand Prix Tennis(1987)
Amaurote(1987)
Strike(1987)
Rasterscan(1987)
πr²(1987)
Feud(1987)
Glass(1986)
Glider Rider(1986)
Pub Darts(1986)
Xeno(1986)
Time Trax(1986)
Street Surfer(1986)
Max Headroom(1986)
Zub(1986)
Miami Dice(1986)
Defcom(1986)
Hocus Focus(1986)
Death Wake(1985)
Ziggurat: The Temple of Doom(1984)

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