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Tiertex Design Studios

Overview

Tiertex Design Studios was established in 1987 in the United Kingdom as Tiertex Limited (sometimes abbreviated Tiertex Ltd). The company has developed hundreds of games for just about every video console and home computer format ever produced. In addition, the company offers in-house production services to publishers including games design, programming, graphics, music, SFX, development tools, and testing.

The company's clientele includes household name publishers such as EA, THQ, Activision, LEGO Media and BBC Worldwide for whom they have developed a diverse range of titles from sports sims, such as Championship Motocross 2001, to games for younger children, such as the EMMA 2000 award nominee Bob The Builder.

The company began using the name Tiertex Design Studios Limited in February 2004.

Also Known As

  • Tiertex Ltd.


Trivia

Location and contact information (as of ca. 2000):

Tiertex Design Studios
The Yews
67 Palatine Road
Didsbury
Manchester
M20 3LJ
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 (0)161 446 2251
Fax: +44 (0)161 446 2589
E-Mail: [email protected]
Former Website (used until 2004): www.tiertex.co.uk
Website in 2009: www.tiertex.com

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