Cases Computer Simulations Ltd.

Overview

Cases Computer Simulations Ltd. (CCS) was based in London, and primarily published strategy games. The company was founded by Melvin Lloyd-Jones in May 1982 an remained active until at least the early nineties.

Also Known As

  • CCS -- Abbreviated name.

Games

Turning Points(1994)
Napoleonics(1993)
Avalanche: The Struggle for Italy(1991)
Frontline(1990)
Crete 1941: Fallschirmjager(1990)
Ché: Guerilla in Bolivia(1990)
General, The(1989)
Encyclopedia of War: Ancient Battles(1988)
Overlord: The Invasion 6th June 1944(1988)
Zulu War(1987)
Vulcan: The Tunisian Campaign(1986)
Desert Rats: The North Africa Campaign(1985)
Arnhem: The 'Market Garden' Operation(1985)
War Zone(1984)
Pacific War(1984)
Abyss(1984)
Matching Pairs(1984)
Nuke Lear(1984)
Rainy Day(1984)
Tomb of Akhenaten (1984)
Whodunnit?(1984)
NATO Alert(1984)
180(1984)
Broodslayer(1984)
Dix Mille(1984)
War 70(1983)
Gangsters(1983)
Battle 1917(1983)
Ace Low(1983)
Airline(1982)

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