Bullet-Proof Software, Inc.

Moby ID: 2186

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Bullet-Proof Software was an American-Japanese software maker that introduced games in both the East and the West. The company was founded by Henk Rogers with the initial goal of publishing his role-playing game The Black Onyx (1984). BPS soon became a Nintendo licensee with close connections to the chairman Hiroshi Yamauchi. BPS held close ties to Alexey Pajitnov and The Tetris Company. It was succeeded by Blue Planet Software.

Credited on 44 Games from 1984 to 2000

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The Tetris (2000 on PlayStation)
The Next Tetris (1999 on Windows, PlayStation, Nuon)
Tetris 4D (1998 on Dreamcast)
Star Wars: Masters of Teräs Käsi (1997 on PlayStation)
Herc's Adventures (1997 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn, PS Vita...)
Ballblazer Champions (1997 on PlayStation)
Tetris S (1996 on SEGA Saturn)
Tokyo Highway Battle (1996 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn)
Matsukata Hiroki no World Fishing (1996 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn)
Data Zapper: Model M7000 (1996 on Dedicated handheld)
V-Tetris (1995 on Virtual Boy)
Chō Mahō Tairiku Wozz (1995 on SNES)
Tetris Blast (1995 on Game Boy)
Star Wars: Dark Forces (1995 on DOS, Windows, PlayStation...)
Star Wars: Rebel Assault II - The Hidden Empire (1995 on DOS, Windows, PlayStation...)
Super Tetris 3 (1994 on SNES)
WildSnake (1994 on Game Boy, SNES)
Shutokō Battle '94: Drift King (1994 on SNES)
Super Tetris 2 + Bombliss (Genteiban) (1994 on SNES)
Michael Andretti's Indy Car Challenge (1994 on SNES)

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Artist Roger Dean (known for creating the Psygnosis logo and making cover art for bands like Yes and Asia) made Bullet-Proof Software's later logos which are shown on his website.

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