International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)

Moby ID: 28

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IBM published games itself only for two short periods: The early 1980s, and the mid 1990s. Before that it developed and funded development for early computer games in the 50s and 60s.

Credited on 81 Games from 1957 to 2008

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The Forbidden City: Beyond Space and Time (2008 on Linux, Windows, Macintosh)
Dinosaur Dig Cyber Adventure (2000 on Windows)
Crayola Magic 3D Colouring Book: Favourite Places (1999 on Windows)
Magic Princess: Paper Doll Maker (1998 on Windows 3.x)
Jungle Book (1996 on Windows, Windows 3.x)
The Adventures of Pinocchio (1996 on Windows, Windows 3.x)
Yellow Brick Road (1995 on Windows 3.x, PlayStation, Macintosh...)
Kid Riffs (1995 on Windows 3.x)
NFL Pro League Football (1995 on DOS)
Peter and the Wolf (1995 on Windows 3.x)
Power: The Game (1995 on Windows, Windows 3.x)
Quest for Fame (1995 on Windows 3.x, PlayStation, Macintosh)
Rapid Assault (1995 on DOS)
The Adventures of Hyperman (1995 on Windows 3.x)
Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold (1992 on DOS, Windows, SEGA CD...)
Mad Dog McCree (1991 on DOS, Windows, SEGA CD...)
Electronic Grammar: Parts of Speech (1986 on DOS)
Aeromathics (1986 on DOS)
Imperial Space Command (1986 on DOS)
Solitaire (1986 on DOS)

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Company information (Dec. 2007):

IBM

New Orchard Road

Armonk, New York 10504

Company phone: 800-426-4968

The company IBM is named after the computer, HAL, from the Stanley Kubrick's film 2001: A Space Oddysey (I is one letter after the H, B is one after the A and M is one after L in the alphabet).

Location and contact information in April/May 1995:

IBM Multimedia
1500 Riveredge Parkway, 2nd floor
Atlanta, GA 30328
Tel: 404-644-4881

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