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List of DOS and Windows video games developers

A loto of modern PC game developers were born in the 80s and the 90s. They created games under different brands and often different companies; we're talking about giants like Lucasarts (now part of the Disney group), Origin (later bought by Electronic Arts). Some of them are now defunct, but were very important in the history of PC video gaming. Think about Sid Meier (the designer of the Civilization series): he worked at Microprose Software unknown to most of the younger players.

Here a list of all the developers featured on Abandonware DOS. Click on a name to view a list of games developed by that company.

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Here's a list of some of the most popular developers:
company founded in games developed
U.S.A. Apogee 1987 23
U.S.A. Broderbund 1980 11
United Kingdom Bullfrog 1987 9
United Kingdom Codemasters 1985 12
France Coktel Vision 1985 14
U.S.A. Dynamix 1984 19
U.S.A. Epyx 14
United Kingdom Hewson Consultants 1980 3
U.S.A. id software 1990 16
U.S.A. Infocom 1979 34
Japan KOEI 1978 10
U.S.A. Legend Entertainment 1989 14
United Kingdom Level 9 Computing 1981 7
France Loriciels 1983 8
U.S.A. LucasArts Entertainment Company 1982 21
U.S.A. New World Computing 13
U.S.A. NovaLogic 1985 4
United Kingdom Ocean Software 1982 5
U.S.A. Origin Systems 1983 30
U.S.A. Paragon software 1985 7
United Kingdom Probe Entertainment 1984 3
U.S.A. Sierra On-Line 1979 58
Softdisk Publishing 10
U.S.A. SSI Strategic Simulations Inc. 1979 47
France Titus Interactive 1985 11
U.S.A. Westwood Studios 1985 22
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