Firebird Software

Overview

British Telecom launched this label for their move into publishing computer games in 1984, initially concentrating on budget software for systems such as the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. They later expanded into full-price software, launching the Rainbird label, which was mostly used for strategy games. The computer games branch of the company was later bought by MicroProse UK, which ultimately phased it out.

Games

P47 Thunderbolt(1990)
Fire and Brimstone(1990)
Quartz(1989)
Battle Chopper(1989)
Bushido: The Way of the Warrior(1989)
Sharkey's 3D Pool(1989)
Dynamic Duo(1989)
Rick Dangerous(1989)
Magnetron (1988)
Rainbow Dragon(1988)
Xarax(1988)
Samurai Warrior: The Battles of.... Usagi Yojimbo(1988)
Virus(1988)
Pandora(1988)
Action Fighter(1988)
Plot, The(1988)
Exploding Fist +(1988)
Crosswize(1988)
Special Agent(1988)
Earthlight(1988)
Ricochet(1988)
Merlin(1988)
SpaceCutter(1988)
Brainstorm(1988)
IO(1988)
Soldier of Fortune(1988)
3D Stock Car Championship(1988)
Black Lamp(1988)
European 5-A-Side(1988)
Savage(1988)
Oh No!(1988)
Intensity(1988)
GI Hero(1988)
Return to Genesis(1988)
Enduro(1987)
Kinetik(1987)
Enlightenment(1987)
Activision Decathlon, The(1987)
U.F.O.(1987)
Zone Ranger(1987)
Thrust II(1987)
Cholo(1987)
Revs+(1987)
I Ball II(1987)
Star Trek: The Rebel Universe(1987)
H.E.R.O.(1987)
Zolyx(1987)
Dark Sceptre(1987)
I, Ball(1987)
Sky Shark(1987)

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Trivia

Company location (1984):

Firebird Software
Wellington House
Upper St Martin's Lane
London
WC2H 9DL
United Kingdom

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