OverviewRage Games Ltd. was an English game development studio founded as Rage Software Ltd. by Paul Finnegan in 1992. Originally creating games for third party developers, the first commercial success came with the football game Striker in 1992.
The company was acquired B.C.E. Holdings plc in December 1994. It later changed its name to Rage Software plc and eventually Rage plc. This overview is about the English development studio, part of the larger holdings group. Because of the name change of the holding company, Rage Software Ltd.'s name was changed to Rage Games Ltd. in 1996. In the late nineties the company extracted itself from the merger.
After setting up a sister company Swordfish Studios in September 2002, which then acquired Rage for one pound, the studio went into liquidation in January 2003 following the withdrawal of its manufacturing credit facility by its bankers.
Members of the former Rage team are now still active at Venom Games, Juice Games, Swordfish Studios and Moonpod.
Also Known As
- Rage Software Ltd. (from 1992 to Nov 18, 1996)
|Go! Go! Beckham! Adventure On Soccer Island||(2002)|
|Midnight GT: Primary Racer||(2002)|
|Eurofighter Typhoon: Operation Icebreaker||(2002)|
|David Beckham Soccer||(2002)|
|David Beckham Soccer||(2001)|
|Off-Road Redneck Racing||(2001)|
|Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising||(2001)|
|Wild Wild Racing||(2000)|
|Millennium Soldier: Expendable||(1999)|
|Striker Pro 2000||(1999)|
|Microsoft International Soccer 2000||(1999)|
|DBZ: Dead Ball Zone||(1998)|
|Incoming: The Final Conflict||(1998)|
|Jeff Wayne's The War of the Worlds||(1998)|
|Jonah Lomu Rugby||(1997)|
|AYSO Soccer '97||(1997)|
|FIFA Soccer 97||(1996)|
|Power Drive Rally||(1995)|
TriviaCompany address 1992:
Unit 21, Edward Pavilion
L3 4 AA
Related Web Sites
- Rage Games Ltd. (official website)
- Rage Software - Wikipedia (about the company on the open encyclopedia website)