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Also Known As
- Graftgold Creative Software -- Used in the early nineties.
- ST Software (from 1983 to 1985)
|International Moto X||(1996)|
|Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands||(1996)|
|Empire Soccer 94||(1994)|
|Soldiers of Fortune||(1993)|
|Mick & Mack as the Global Gladiators||(1993)|
|Superman: The Man of Steel||(1993)|
|Fire & Ice||(1992)|
|Last Starfighter, The||(1990)|
|Ivan 'Ironman' Stewart's Super Off Road||(1990)|
|Bushido: The Way of the Warrior||(1989)|
|Soldier of Fortune||(1988)|
|Uridium Plus & Paradroid: Competition Edition||(1986)|
|Gribbly's Day Out||(1985)|
|3D Seiddab Attack||(1984)|
|3D Space Wars||(1983)|
TriviaSteve Turner, Graftgold MD, writes in a review at AGDB:
"Graftgold almost developed a game for Microprose, in some ways inspired by Gunship. It was called Battle of Britain and contained strategic and shoot em up elements. It got as far as the design and mock up stages but the contract was never finalised so the game was shelved. It was going to be our first big 16 bit game across Amiga, ST and PC. Some of the ideas, especially the maps and display engine, ended up in the game Realms."