OverviewOxford Digital Enterprises Ltd., also known as ODE, was a software development studio founded in 1983 by David Pringle when he met Gareth Blower while working on mainframe computers.
Their first program was called Macbeth and based on the play by William Shakespeare. Their first popular game was Titanic: The Recovery Mission, released in April 1986 by Electric Dreams Software and they also did Trivial Pursuit for Domark in the same year.
In 1993 Oxford Digital was acquired by Empire Interactive Europe Ltd. and became Empire Oxford, an internal Empire studio. The new team included all of ODE's employees.
|War in the Gulf||(1993)|
|Deluxe Trivial Pursuit||(1992)|
|MegaTraveller 1: The Zhodani Conspiracy||(1991)|
|Amazing Spider-Man, The||(1990)|
|Sleeping Gods Lie||(1989)|
|Gazza's Super Soccer||(1989)|
|Trivial Pursuit: A New Beginning||(1988)|
|Hunt for Red October, The||(1987)|
|Yes Prime Minister: The Computer Game||(1987)|
|Trivial Pursuit: Young Players Edition||(1987)|
|Trivial Pursuit: Baby Boomer Edition||(1987)|
|Titanic: The Recovery Mission||(1986)|
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