Time Warner Interactive Inc.

Moby ID: 32829

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  • Time Warner Interactive Group Inc. (from 1993-05-27 to 1994-06-23)
  • Warner New Media Inc. (from 1990-09-05 to 1993-05-27)
  • WNM Ventures Inc. (from 1987-11-25 to 1990-09-05)

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The company was founded in 1987 as subsidiary of Warner Communications, Inc. Their occupation is unknown until 1993 when Time Warner bought the controlling shares of Atari Games Corporation. Now known as Time Warner Interactive Group Inc., they became the video game division of Time Warner.

Besides their own video game activities, they were also the mother company of Atari Games Corporation and Time Warner Interactive (California) Inc. (previously Tengen, Inc.). It was dissolved in 1997 after all divisions were sold to WMS Industries in 1996.

Credited on 35 Games from 1993 to 1996

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Deadlock: Planetary Conquest (1996 on Windows, Windows 3.x, Macintosh)
Time Warner Interactive's VR Virtua Racing (1995 on SEGA Saturn)
Wayne Gretzky and the NHLPA All-Stars (1995 on DOS, SNES, Genesis)
Zero Divide (1995 on Windows, PlayStation, PSP...)
Return Fire (1995 on Windows, PlayStation, 3DO)
Digital Pinball: Last Gladiators (1995 on SEGA Saturn)
Super R.B.I. Baseball (1995 on SNES)
Kawasaki Superbike Challenge (1995 on SNES, Genesis)
Conqueror: A.D. 1086 (1995 on DOS, Windows)
Endorfun (1995 on Windows, Windows 3.x, Macintosh)
PGA Tour Golf II (1995 on Game Gear)
Power Drive Rally (1995 on Jaguar)
Primal Rage (1995 on Dedicated handheld)
RBI Baseball '95 (1995 on SEGA 32X)
Rise of the Robots (1994 on DOS, SNES, Genesis...)
BC Racers (1994 on DOS, SEGA CD, SEGA 32X...)
Flash Traffic: City of Angels (1994 on DOS)
Red Zone (1994 on Genesis)
Return to Ringworld (1994 on DOS)
Soulstar (1994 on SEGA CD)

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History +

June 17, 1997

The company is dissolved

1996

All assets are purchased by WMS Industries, Inc.

June 23, 1994

The company becomes Time Warner Interactive Inc.

March 27, 1993

The company becomes Time Warner Interactive Group Inc.

September 5, 1990

The company becomes Warner New Media Inc.

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