Companies suitable for: United Kingdom

Firebird Software

Firebird Software was a label created by Telecomsoft, the former software division of British Telecom in 1984. During the 1980s it developed and published a wide variety of games for the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and other systems. The labels […]  Read More »

Psion Software Ltd

Creating games and other software for the ZX81 and ZX Spectrum, developer Psion Software had an intimate relationship with Sinclair Research.  Founded in 1980, the companies name is an acronym for Potter Scientific Instruments after the company’s founder David Potter. […]  Read More »

Sinclair Research Ltd

With the dream of a computer in every British home, Sir Clive Sinclair’s company created the ZX80 in 1980.  Started in 1961, the electronics research company created the world’s first pocket calculator in 1971. It had a number of names […]  Read More »

U.S. Gold Ltd

U.S Gold was a United Kingdom-based software company which published American games in the United Kingdom, often converting them to platforms that were popular in that country.  Founded in 1984 by Geoff and Anne Brown, U.S. Gold acquired popular American […]  Read More »

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