Cases Computer Simulations Ltd.

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  • CCS - Trade name (from 1982)

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Cases Computer Simulations Ltd. (CCS) was based in London, and primarily published strategy games. The company was founded by Melvin Lloyd-Jones in May 1982 and remained active until at least the early nineties.

Credited on 37 Games from 1982 to 1994

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Turning Points (1994 on Amiga, DOS)
Napoleonics (1993 on DOS, Amiga)
Avalanche: The Struggle for Italy (1991 on ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC)
Ché: Guerilla in Bolivia (1990 on Amiga)
Crete 1941: Fallschirmjager (1990 on ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC)
Frontline (1990 on Amiga, Atari ST, DOS)
The General (1989 on ZX Spectrum)
Encyclopedia of War: Ancient Battles (1988 on DOS, Amiga, ZX Spectrum...)
Overlord: The Invasion 6th June 1944 (1988 on ZX Spectrum)
Stalingrad (1988 on ZX Spectrum)
Zulu War (1987 on ZX Spectrum)
Napoleon at War (1986 on ZX Spectrum)
Vulcan: The Tunisian Campaign (1986 on DOS, Amiga, ZX Spectrum...)
Desert Rats: The North Africa Campaign (1985 on DOS, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC)
Arnhem: The 'Market Garden' Operation (1985 on DOS, Amiga, ZX Spectrum...)
180 (1984 on ZX Spectrum)
1942 Mission (1984 on ZX Spectrum)
Abyss (1984 on ZX Spectrum, Electron, BBC Micro)
Broodslayer (1984 on ZX Spectrum)
Dix Mille (1984 on ZX Spectrum)

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