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Tynesoft Computer Software

Game company profile: Tynesoft Computer Software

Tynesoft Computer Software was a British video game development and publishing company that operated during the 1980s and early 1990s. Founded in 1981 by John and Chris Tynes, the company was based in Newcastle upon Tyne, England.

Tynesoft primarily focused on developing and publishing games for home computer platforms popular at the time, such as the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, and Atari 8-bit computers. They were known for producing a wide range of games spanning various genres, including arcade, action, adventure, and educational titles.

Some of Tynesoft's notable games include "Android 2", an action-adventure game released in 1983 for the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum, and "Mr. Wimpy," a platform game based on the Wimpy burger restaurant mascot, released in 1984 for several home computer platforms.

While Tynesoft developed and published games for several years, they eventually faced financial difficulties and ceased operations in the early 1990s, like many other companies in the rapidly evolving video game industry at the time.

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United Kingdom United Kingdom
Founded by:
John and Chris Tynes
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Games by Tynesoft Computer Software

This is a chronological list of games published or developed by Tynesoft Computer Software from 1988 to 1990 on Abandonware DOS for DOS, Windows, Linux or Mac.

Winter Olympiad 88

1988DOSsports winter sports, olympic sports, multi-sport

Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show

1989DOSsports multi-sport, unconventional sports

Roller Coaster Rumbler

1989DOSshooter rail shooter

Superman: The Man of Steel

1989DOSaction shoot 'em up, platform

Beverly Hills Cop

1990DOSaction-adventure racing: car, platform