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Game company profile: Infogrames

Infogrames Entertainment, SA, often simply referred to as Infogrames, was a French video game company that played a significant role in the video game industry during the late 20th century and early 21st century. Infogrames was founded in 1983 by Bruno Bonnell and Christophe Sapet. The company was headquartered in Villeurbanne, France. Infogrames went through various changes, acquisitions, and rebranding efforts over the years.
Infogrames pursued an aggressive growth strategy through acquisitions. One of the most notable acquisitions was Atari, Inc. in 2001. After this acquisition, Infogrames changed its name to Atari, SA, in 2003, adopting the well-known Atari brand. Under the Atari brand, the company continued to release games, including titles like "Enter the Matrix" and "Test Drive Unlimited." However, the company faced financial difficulties and filed for bankruptcy in 2013.
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Games by Infogrames

A chronological list of games published or developed by Infogrames from 1987 to 2003 on Abandonware DOS for DOS, Windows, Linux or Mac.