Magnetic Fields (Software Design) Ltd.

Overview

Best known for racing games, Shaun Southern and Andrew Morris started Mr Chip Software in 1982, initially working on the Commodore 64. They became Magnetic Fields in 1988, and created the seminal Lotus and Super Cars lineages for Gremlin. Their last release was Mobil 1 Rally Championship in 1999.

Also Known As

  • Mr Chip Software (from Feb, 1982 to 1988)

Games

Mobil 1 Rally Championship(1999)
Rally Championship: The X-Miles Add-On (1997)
Rally Championship: The X-Miles(1997)
International Rally Championship(1997)
Supercars International(1996)
Network Q RAC Rally Championship(1996)
Crystal Dragon(1994)
Lotus Trilogy(1994)
Kid Chaos(1994)
Lotus: The Ultimate Challenge(1992)
4 Wheel Drive(1992)
Super Cars II(1991)
Lotus Turbo Challenge 2(1991)
Super Cars(1990)
Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge(1990)
Super Scramble Simulator(1989)
Humm-Dinger(1988)
Dingbat(1988)
Arthur Noid(1988)
Rollaround(1987)
Cosmic Causeway: Trailblazer II(1987)
Xadium(1987)
Kikstart 2(1987)
Jetbrix(1986)
Trailblazer(1986)
Kikstart: Off-Road Simulator(1986)
P.O.D.: Proof of Destruction(1986)
Video Meanies(1986)
Fearless Fred and the Factory of Doom(1986)
Mr. Puniverse(1986)
Megabolts(1986)
Lazer Wheel(1986)
Bandits at Zero(1986)
Formula 1 Simulator(1985)
Olympic Skier(1985)
Tutti Frutti(1985)
More Adventures of Big Mac: The Mad Maintenance Man(1985)
Vegas Jackpot(1985)
Caves of Doom(1985)
Kikstart: Off-Road Simulator(1985)
Hero of the Golden Talisman(1985)
Squirm(1984)
Olympic Skier(1984)
Kwazy Kwaks(1984)
AD Infinitum(1984)
Duck Shoot(1984)
Westminster(1983)
Pacmania(1983)

Trivia

Magnetic Fields (Software Design) Ltd.'s website was at http://www.magneticfields.co.uk/.

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