Pointsoft S.A.


Pointsoft was a video game publisher headquartered in Hem, France and was a subsidiary of French company GOTO Software. Founded in 1993, it was specialized in budget games and had once partnerships with publishers such as Data Becker or Buka Entertainment to publish their games in France. Eventually it had subsidiaries in Germany (Pointsoft Gmbh) and Spain (Puntosoft). The company went bankrupt in 2005 after failing to find a buyer.


Trainz Railroad Simulator 2004 (Deluxe Edition)(2004)
Amazing Mah Jongg 3D(2004)
Trainz Railroad Simulator 2004(2003)
March! Offworld Recon(2003)
Chess Champ(2003)
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2(2003)
Space Haste(2003)
Hong Kong for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004(2003)
Aliens Versus Predator: Gold Edition(2002)
Pinball Collection(2002)
Commandos: Beyond the Call of Duty(2001)
Golf Pro Lite, The(2001)
Philéas Vino: Val de Loire(2001)
Time Warriors(2000)
Rise & Rule of Ancient Empires, The(2000)
Tennis Elbow(2000)
5 Jeux de Lettres(1999)
Pizza Tycoon(1998)
Incredible Machine 2, The(1998)


The company website was http://www.pointsoft.fr/

Initially from 1996/-97 a webpage for the French company only, later in 2001 a combined page for daughter companies in France, UK, Germany, Spain. The main page seems to have been 'under construction' after July 2002, but the subdomains are still accessible into 2005.

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