Elite Systems Ltd.

Overview

Elite Systems, originally founded as Richard Wilcox Software, was incorporated in England in 1984 as a developer and publisher of ground-breaking games for the Sinclair Spectrum and Commodore 64 home computer systems.

Today Elite is a highly-specialised developer of game software products for hand-held, mobile and wireless systems; providing game publishers and distributors around the globe with innovative solutions to their game software product-development needs.

Also Known As

  • Richard Wilcox Software -- Initial company name

Games

Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar(2013)
Great Giana Sisters, The(2012)
Head Over Heels(2012)
World Class Leader Board(2012)
Summer Games(2012)
Pitstop II(2012)
Creatures 2: Torture Trouble(2012)
Infiltrator(2012)
Lords of Chaos(2012)
Archon: The Light and the Dark(2012)
Death Sword(2012)
Emlyn Hughes International Soccer(2011)
Katakis(2011)
Paradroid(2011)
Alternate Reality: The Dungeon(2011)
Uridium(2011)
Alternate Reality: The City(2011)
Bundesliga Manager(2011)
Black Magic(2011)
Enforcer: Fullmetal Megablaster(2011)
First Samurai(2011)
Bruce Lee(2011)
Jet Set Willy II: The Final Frontier(2011)
Pyjamarama(2011)
Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine(2011)
Everyone's A Wally (The Life of Wally)(2011)
Back to Skool(2011)
Barbarian(2011)
Chaos(2011)
Jack the Nipper(2011)
Robin of the Wood(2011)
Starquake(2011)
Skool Daze(2011)
Jet Set Willy(2011)
Auf Wiedersehen Monty(2011)
Manic Miner(2010)
Paperboy(2009)
Paperboy: Wheels on Fire(2009)
R-Type(2007)
Double Dragon EX(2006)
Chuckie Egg(2004)
Grand Touring(1998)
Dr. Franken II(1997)
Test Drive: Off-Road(1997)
Dirt Racer(1995)
Virtuoso(1994)
Dr. Franken(1993)
Fidgetts, The(1993)
Might and Magic II: Gates to Another World(1993)
Sullivan Bluth Presents Dragon's Lair(1992)

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Trivia

Third in the vote 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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