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This company was the one responsible for the ever-living-and-known Chuckie Egg, the famous game of a hero running from wild ducks and collecting giant eggs.
Actually a magazine, the title of which actually stands for Atari Newsletter And a Lot Of Games.
Produced a series of arcade games apart from their adventures.
Developer of games such as Mazeman, Spectroid Storm, Steel Monkeys, Viridian Dilemma, Wizard's Warriors, and World Championship Boxing Manager '97.
A label of Delta 4 for their serious adventures.
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Acclaim Entertainment is worldwide developer and publisher of software for Nintendo, Sony, Sega, and personal computer hardware systems. Acclaim is also developing products on current and next-generation gaming platforms, including Sega Dreamcast, Playstation®2 computer entertainment system, Nintendo Dolphin, and Microsoft X-Box.

Acclaim entered Chapter 7 Bankruptcy (liquidation) in August, 2004.
Accolade has been absorbed by Atari.
Publishers of Altair 4 on the Commodore 64.
Acornsoft made games for the BBC Micro.
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Addictive is the company behind strategy games such as the Football Manager series and President.
Addison-Wesley ported some Melbourne House adventures to PC and Apple II.
Writes adventures in TADS.
Developer and publisher of a variety of PC games including Arabian Nights, Broken Sword and Timescape.
Adventure International was founded by Scott Adams in 1979. The Adventure International games are mainly verb-noun, but had exciting plots and were well-designed. When Adventure International went bankrupt in 1985, the copyrights for the games were part of the bankruptcy proceedings and were taken over by the bank. Meanwhile those licenses expired and all rights went back to Scott Adams.
The company behind Arazok's Tomb.
The company behind The Case of the Cautious Condor for Amiga and CDTV.
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Game and software developer based in Russia. Their titles includes Pirates of the Caribbean, Privateer's Bounty: Age of Sail II and The I of the Dragon.
A Sinclair user group that now owns the right to games from various companies such as Gremlin Graphics.
They were located in Sheffield, UK and also release games on their budget label called Rino.
This was a very early company (beginning of 1980s?) which made a variety of things for the TRS-80 (usually named with TAS as an acronym). One of their products was The Adventure System, which was basically a Scott Adams adventure system. It could play his adventures and had support for writing your own. They also published at least two adventures of reasonable size with the package, and there were at least 25 more distributed in a package.
Makers of Frankenstein, through the eyes of the monster and Mummy, tomb of the pharaoh.
They distribute Phoenix Software.
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Amuze is a Stockholm based company founded in 1996.
Made adventures for PC and Apple II. They are or have been distributed by Mindscape, Inc.
The company behind Catacombs for the Commodore 64.
The company behind the german adventure game Wolfen.
Published the Commander Keen series and other shareware games.
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Apogee Software, Ltd. started releasing games in 1987 and created the "Apogee model" of shareware marketing, in which only a part of a full game is released as shareware as an advertisement for the full game. Apogee was also the first shareware games publisher and the first company to include cheat features in PC games. In 1994, 3D Realms was created as a division of the company, and became it's main focus in 1996. Pinball Wizards is also a division of the company, created in 1997. The company has a long history of working with id Software and using that company's technologies.
They were located in Wichita, Kansas, USA and published a pretty faithful version of the original adventure by Crowther and Woods.
ArenaNet is a video game developer and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of NCsoft, Corporation.
Has been developing games since 1984 starting on the Commodore 64.
They also published games under the labels Again Again, Grandslam Entertainments Ltd, Mind Games and Shades. The rights to their games is held by Argus Press PLC.
Ariolasoft distribute PK Soft and Dragonware Games.
Actually one of the larger Swedish dairies, but they have released at least one game.
Artic Computing published adventure games for the ZX81 and ZX Spectrum.
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Scottsdale, AZ based software development company that specializes in multiplayer games.

Projects include the MMORPG Horizons and the mutliplayer 3D dungeon adventure Demise.
US company that released Gwendolyn for the Atari 8-bit.
Art Department is the company behind Das Telekommando kehrt zur├╝ck and Bifi II - Action in Hollywood.
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ARUSH Entertainment is the creator if various games, including Duke Nukem - Manhattan Project and Fear Factor.
UK company that wrote some game for the ZX Spectrum.
A global publisher INFOGRAMES is one of the world's top-five publishers and distributors of video games for Nintendo, Sega and Sony platforms and for PC CD-ROMs and Mac hardware, as well as all interactive digital television platforms, mobile smart devices (WAP, HDML) and in-flight entertainment systems.

Owns global licenses for such titles as Warner Bros.' "Looney Tunes", Paramount's "Mission Impossible", Nike's Ronaldo and the Brazilian national soccer team, and the "24 hours of Le Mans".
The company behind Sceptre Of Bagdad and Skatin' USA.
Swedish company that made Hampte Dampte.
Producers of war games including the Close Combat series, World at War and the V for Victory series.
ATD has been creating games for over 12 years and is responsible for titles such as Internal Affairs, Rollercage, and Sydney 2000.
The company behind Graham Gooch's Test Cricket and Helter Skelter.
Perhaps mostly known for Pimania and the Pi-Man cartoons.
Makers of over 200 strategy board games, since 1958. Also (of course) makes computer games.

Now a division of Wizards of the Coast.

They made the adventures Chambers of Xenobia and Race for Midnight for Apple II.
Aventuras AD is a classic Spanish adventure publisher. they are located in Valencia and directed by Andres Samudio.
A computer magazine that also published some games. The adventure creation system AdventureScape was published in this magazine.
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