OverviewThis English company was started as The Big Red Software Company by Paul Ranson in 1989. They primarily developed conversions, budget games and licensed titles, working closely with Codemasters in their early years. Later their eponymous racing game was successful.
In 1995 Big Red Software was acquired by Eidos and became part of the new Eidos Interactive.
The division was renamed Corrosive Software in about 1997 and was a development unit of Eidos. The division completed the game Assault Corps but it was never released. Eidos closed down Corrosive Software in 1998.
Also Known As
- The Big Red Software Company Ltd. (from 1989 to 1997)
|Big Red Racing||(1995)|
|Pete Sampras Tennis||(1994)|
|CJ: Elephant Fugitive||(1994)|
|Sink or Swim||(1994)|
|Grell and Fella||(1992)|
|Steg the Slug||(1992)|
|Quattro Mega Stars||(1992)|
|Wild West Seymour||(1992)|
|Sergeant Seymour: Robot Cop||(1992)|
|Fun School 4: for 7 to 11 year olds||(1991)|
|Dizzy: Prince of the Yolkfolk||(1991)|
|Super Seymour Saves the Planet||(1991)|
|CJ in the USA||(1991)|
|Seymour Goes to Hollywood||(1991)|
TriviaBig Red was also the developer of the Game Gear version of the Game Genie, and the never-released Master System version.
Related Web Sites
- Corrosive Software (official website)
Logo from 1989 to 1996