OverviewWhen the Bitmap Brothers reached the end of their publishing deal with Mirrorsoft, they made the bold decision to found a company to publish games themselves, a practice unknown since the early years. As well as their own titles, they published games for other programmers, including the first Sensible Soccer title, and were noted for publishing technically-innovative Amiga games. They later became part of the Time Warner empire around 1996.
|International Moto X||(1996)|
|Sensible World of Soccer '96/'97||(1996)|
|Chaos Engine 2, The||(1996)|
|Sensible World of Soccer: European Championship Edition||(1995)|
|Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe||(1995)|
|Bitmap Brothers Compilation, The||(1995)|
|Flight of the Amazon Queen||(1995)|
|Sensible World of Soccer||(1994)|
|Ruff 'n' Tumble||(1994)|
|International Sensible Soccer||(1994)|
|Soldiers of Fortune||(1993)|
|Championship Soccer '94||(1992)|
|Fire & Ice||(1992)|
|Bitmap Brothers Volume I, The||(1992)|
|Sensible Soccer: European Champions: 92/93 Edition||(1992)|
|Cadaver: The Payoff||(1991)|
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Logo first used 1991