Moby ID: 216
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When 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.
Credited on 25 Games from 1991 to 1996
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|International Moto X (1996 on DOS, PlayStation)|
|Z (1996 on DOS, Windows, PlayStation...)|
|Sensible World of Soccer '96/'97 (1996 on DOS, Amiga, Xbox 360...)|
|The Chaos Engine 2 (1996 on Amiga)|
|Z: Platinum (1996 on DOS)|
|Flight of the Amazon Queen (1995 on DOS, Windows, Amiga...)|
|Sensible World of Soccer '95/'96 (1995 on Amiga)|
|Sensible World of Soccer: European Championship Edition (1995 on DOS, Amiga)|
|The Bitmap Brothers Compilation (1995 on DOS)|
|Virocop (1995 on Amiga)|
|Elfmania (1994 on Amiga)|
|Harpoon Classic (1994 on Windows 3.x, DOS, Macintosh)|
|International Sensible Soccer (1994 on DOS, Jaguar, Amiga...)|
|Ruff 'n' Tumble (1994 on Amiga)|
|Sensible World of Soccer (1994 on DOS, Amiga, Antstream)|
|Soldiers of Fortune (1993 on DOS, Windows, SNES...)|
|Mega Turrican (1993 on Genesis, Amiga, Wii...)|
|Uridium 2 (1993 on Amiga)|
|Fire & Ice (1992 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST...)|
|Sensible Soccer: European Champions (1992 on Amiga, Atari ST, Amiga CD32...)|
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- 7 games with Sensible Software
- 6 games with Warner Interactive Entertainment Ltd.
- 6 games with Bitmap Brothers, The
- 4 games with Wave Software Ltd.
- 4 games with Avalon Interactive
- 4 games with Graftgold Ltd.
- 3 games with Mindscape International Ltd.
- 3 games with Apache Software Limited
- 2 games with Audio Visual Magic Ltd.
- 1 game with Sound Images