Blackstar Interactive GmbH


Blackstar Interactive GmbH was a German publishing and distribution company located in Worms, Germany. The company was originally formed as a sole proprietorship in 1996 by Simon Hellwig under the name Blackstar Multimedia. The name change to Blackstar Interactive GmbH occurred in December 1998.

Blackstar's main focus was to bring entertainment products to German speaking territories, especially games for Personal Computer and Macintosh.

In the summer of 2001, Blackstar Interactive GmbH had seven permanent employees and employed more than 100 programmers, designers, graphic designers, sales forces and marketing experts working on behalf of the company in addition to long-term assignments in the field of business development, marketing and distribution.

The company went insolvent in December 2002.


Gefeuert! Dein letzter Tag...(2003)
Vandell: Knight of the Tortured Souls(2002)
Necromania: Trap of Darkness(2002)
Extreme Value Pack 2(2002)
Siege of Avalon(2002)
Three Stooges: Digitally Remastered Edition, The(2002)
Totally Strategy(2002)
Totally Tycoon(2002)
Bundesliga Manager X(2002)
Popstars: Deine Chance(2002)
Galileo: The Game(2002)
Defender of the Crown: Digitally Remastered Collector's Edition(2002)
Earth 2150: Lost Souls(2001)
Knights and Merchants: The Peasants Rebellion(2001)
1193 Anno Domini: Merchants and Crusader(2001)
Software Tycoon: Der Spielemanager(2001)
Oil Tycoon(2001)
Hired Team: Trial GOLD(2001)
Der Schuh des Manitu(2001)
Europa Universalis(2000)
Dragonfire: The Well of Souls(2000)
Jagdverband 44: Screaming Eagles(2000)
Demarrage: Das Spiel zur Tour!(2000)
Anpfiff: Der RTL Fussball-Manager(2000)
Traitors Gate(1999)
Passion Pinball(1999)
Tennis Manager(1998)
Sports TV: Boxing!(1998)


Company location and contact information (Feb. 2002):

Blackstar Interactive GmbH
Siegfriedstr. 44
67547 Worms
Phone: +49 (0)6241 - 93 49 40
Fax: +49 (0)6241 - 93 49 41
eMail: [email protected]

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