Eden Entertainment Software

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Eden Entertainment Software Limited was an English developer founded by Stuart Middleton and Tim Round from Arc Developments. [1] It was incorporated on 25 October 1991 and liquidated on 29 July 1996. From MobyGames:

"Eden Entertainment Software was set up by Stuart Middleton and Tim Round with the initial intent to do conversion work to Sega consoles. The company initially operated out of an unused store room above a video rental store in Walsall, England. After several projects they expanded their staff and moved into a larger office building in the same town. They were employing up to 14 people at one point and focused on conversion work. The company eventually ran out of money after a large contract was dropped by the publisher and they failed to find replacement work in time."

Research Methods: Actual mentions, online resources

Amiga

  • Alien³ (programming) (UK Publisher: Virgin)
Developer: Probe; Sound: Krisalis

Game Gear

  • Arena: Maze of Death / Arena (US/EU Publisher: Sega)
  • RoboCop 3 (US/EU Publisher: Flying Edge; JP Publisher: Acclaim)
Sound: Krisalis

Mark III/Master System

  • Arena: Maze of Death / Arena (unreleased)
  • RoboCop 3 (EU Publisher: Flying Edge; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
Sound: Krisalis

Mega Drive/Genesis

  • Alien³ (programming) (US/EU/AU Publisher: Arena; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
Developer: Probe; Sound: Krisalis
  • Dragon's Lair: The Adventure Continues (unreleased) (under subcontract with Elite) (Taito)
  • Joe & Mac (US Publisher: Takara; BR Publisher: Tec Toy)
Sound: Krisalis
  • RoboCop 3 (US/EU Publisher: Flying Edge)
Sound: Krisalis
  • Soleil (translations) (EU/AU Publisher: Sega) [2] [3]
Developer: Nextech
  • Wacky Races (unreleased) (Virgin)

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