BlueSky Software, Inc.

Moby ID: 1389

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BlueSky Software or BlueSky Software Corporation was an American software company situated in California formed in 1988 and had a successful run for 12 years before closing down in March of 2001, when parent company Interplay was in financial trouble. The BlueSky trademark was still owned by Titus Interactive until bankruptcy closed their doors in 2004.

Credited on 46 Games from 1989 to 2008

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Flam (2008 on Browser)
Hole in One (2008 on Browser)
Power Grid (2008 on Browser)
Evil Zone (1999 on PlayStation, Windows)
Goosebumps Attack of the Mutant (1997 on Windows)
World Series Baseball 98 (1997 on Genesis)
World Series Baseball '96 (1996 on Genesis, Windows)
Assassin 2015 (1996 on Windows)
Risk: The Game of Global Domination (1996 on Windows, PlayStation)
The Amazing Spider-Man: Web of Fire (1996 on SEGA 32X)
Total Control Football (1996 on DOS, Windows)
Vectorman 2 (1996 on Windows, Genesis, Macintosh...)
VectorMan (1995 on Windows, Genesis, Wii...)
Desert Demolition Starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote (1995 on Genesis)
College Football's National Championship II (1995 on Genesis)
World Series Baseball '95 (1995 on Genesis)
World Series Baseball starring Deion Sanders (1995 on SEGA 32X)
Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition (1994 on Genesis)
NFL '95 (1994 on Game Gear)
World Series Baseball (1994 on Genesis)

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History +

March 2001

The company closes down when parent company Interplay is in financial trouble.


BlueSky acquired by Titus Interactive


Company formed.

Trivia +

The former BlueSky Memorial - a tribute to the efforts of those who worked at BlueSky Software, was formerly located at


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