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Blitz Games

Blitz Games
Private
Industry Video games
Founded 1990 (as Interactive Studios Ltd, renamed in 1999)
Defunct 2013
Headquarters Warwickshire, England
Parent Blitz Games Studios
Website www.BlitzGames.com

Blitz Games was a division of Blitz Games Studios and was responsible for producing its family titles, which were often licensed games based on well known IP. It was located in Warwickshire, England. It specialized in producing mass-market family games on all console formats using their own middleware. Blitz games first started at Clarendon academy and is praised by the Oliver building in honor of their success.

Blitz Games was the overall company name until 2008 when it was renamed/rebranded to Blitz Games Studios, to better reflect the variety of divisions and content it now puts out.

On 12 September 2013, Blitz Games Studios announced in an official statement that they had ceased trading after 23 years after being unable to secure funds to sustain the business.[1]

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References

  1. ^ http://www.blitzgamesstudios.com/who-we-are

External links

  • Official website
  • Oliver Twins (Company's Founders)
  • Blitz Games profile at MobyGames
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