Bullet-Proof Software, Inc.
Bullet-Proof Software was an American-Japanese software maker that introduced games in both the East and the West. The company was founded by Henk Rogers
with the initial goal of publishing his role-playing game The Black Onyx
(1984). BPS soon became a Nintendo
licensee with close connections to the chairman Hiroshi Yamauchi
. BPS held close ties to Alexey Pajitnov
and The Tetris Company
. It was succeeded by Blue Planet Software
Artist Roger Dean
(known for creating the Psygnosis logo and making cover art for bands like Yes and Asia) made Bullet-Proof Software's later logos which are shown on his website.
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