Loriciel SA

Overview

Loriciels (later known as Loriciel) was a French video game company, founded in 1983 by Marc Bayle and Laurent Weill.

The company thrived in the 80's developing and publishing games on various platforms: Oric 1, ZX81, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Thomson and eventually Amiga and Atari ST.

Undergoing financial difficulties, the company went bankrupt in the early 90's, following several changes of name and attempts to revive the company: Loriciels first became 'Loriciel' then 'Virtual Studio'.

Loriciels was a prolific publisher, about 150 games were released during its relatively short life span.

Also Known As

  • Loriciels (from 1983 to 1989)

Games

Jim Power: The Lost Dimension(2015)
Tommy Moe's Winter Extreme: Skiing & Snowboarding(1994)
Jim Power: The Lost Dimension in 3D(1993)
International Tennis Tour(1993)
Entity(1993)
Davis Cup Tennis(1993)
D-Day(1992)
Tennis Cup 2(1992)
Sport's Best(1992)
Jim Power in "Mutant Planet"(1992)
Psyborg(1992)
Cool Ball(1992)
Best of the Best Championship Karate(1992)
Bumpy's Arcade Fantasy(1992)
Golden Eagle(1991)
Baby Jo in: "Going Home"(1991)
Booly(1991)
Copter 271(1991)
Sport's Best(1991)
Brainies, The(1991)
Guardians(1991)
Thunder Burner(1991)
Paragliding(1991)
Adrenalynn(1991)
Dark-Sat(1990)
Panza Kick Boxing(1990)
Harricana: International Snowmobile Race - Quebec-Canada 90(1990)
Magician, The(1990)
Quadrel(1990)
Moon Blaster(1990)
Tennis Cup(1990)
Disc(1990)
Super Skweek(1990)
Wings of Fury(1990)
Time Race(1990)
Builderland: The Story of Melba(1990)
Gem Stone Legend(1990)
Out Board(1990)
West Phaser(1989)
Crazy Shot(1989)
Lode Runner(1989)
Pinball Magic(1989)
Mobile Man(1989)
Skweek(1989)
Bumpy(1989)
Sherman M4(1989)
Targhan(1989)
Mata Hari(1988)
Kristor(1988)
Atomic Driver(1988)

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