BRINGING BACK YOUR FAVORITE GAMES
BillionSoft is an investor and intellectual property management company and owner of brands, pc, console and mobile titles in the games and entertainment industry.
We are proud owners of the Humongous Entertainment brand as well as several GT Interactive, Accolade, Holobyte Spectrum, MicroProse, Infograme and Atari properties.
Our vision is to forge long lasting partnerships with developers and agencies to bring world renowned titles back to the market and extending them to different platforms.
Computer Gaming World
“Nighthawk F-117A a great simulation. MicroProse has again created a game that is engrossing, challenging and educational.”
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SOME OF OUR GAMES
Bubsy is a series of platform games created, developed and published by Accolade from 1993 to 1996. During the platformer era he was hyped as the next Sonic the Hedgehog and he starred in numerous video games. Four games were released in the series: Bubsy in Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind, Bubsy 2, Bubsy in Fractured Furry Tales and Bubsy 3D. He’s a highly energetic character based on early Looney Tunes cartoons with a wacky and straight-forward attitude.
Challenge of the Five Realms: Spellbound in the World of Nhagardia is a role-playing game created by MicroProse in 1992. As Prince of Alonia, the player controls a party of up to 10 characters, battling the evil lord Grimnoth in a standard fantasy setting. The game features "Ultima-style" character generation, in which the player's answers to situational questions help determine the protagonist's character type (diplomat, warrior, thief, or wizard) and attributes.
Combat Cars is a racing game developed and published by Accolade in 1994. In Combat Cars, the player races against other cars and can use various kinds of weapons and gadgets to damage their opponents. At the outset of the game, the player can choose one of the eight available characters, where each character has his/her own strengths and weaknesses (speed, car handling, etc.), as well as unique weapons.
Dragonsphere is a point-and-click graphic adventure game developed and published by MicroProse in 1994. The story, taking place in a fantasy world, revolves around a magical sphere where the evil sorcerer, Sanwe, was trapped by the late King of Gran Callahach 20 years ago and he is about to break free. The newly crowned king, Callash, goes on a quest to stop the wizard before he regains his powers.
Deadlock is a turn-based strategy game by Accolade released in 1996 & 1998. Expeditions sent by the governments of eight races came to orbit around Gallius IV. An armed conflict ensued as each race was determined to capture the planet for its own purposes. To avoid an intergalactic war, as well as to prevent the disputed planet from being accidentally destroyed by the space fleets battling around it, a treaty called The Compact of Gallius IV was signed by seven of the eight races.
F-117 Nighthawk Stealth Fighter is a combat flight sim released by MicroProse in 1991. The player goes through every phase of mission planning, from requesting a specific assignment during briefing to choosing his own ammunitions during armament, before then climbing into the cockpit and experiencing the thrill of dropping 1,000 lbs. of laser-guided destruction on enemy troops, tanks and bunkers.
The Falcon franchise is a series of simulations of the F-16 Falcon combat aircraft. The games were developed and published by Spectrum HoloByte (later MicroProse). They were noted for their high level of realism unseen in contemporary simulation games.
The HardBall franchise are a series baseball games published by Accolade for a variety of platforms between 1985 and 1991. Hardball! was Accolade's best-selling Commodore game as of late 1987. A.N.A.L.O.G. praised the Atari version's gameplay, graphic, and animation. The magazine concluded that the game "is in a league of its own, above all other Atari sports games—simulations included”.
Lightspeed is a space flight simulator game developed and released by MicroProse in 1990. A sequel, entitled Hyperspeed, was released by MicroProse in 1991. The player must help recolonize the human race after the Earth's habitability is critically reduced by an ecological catastrophe. The entire human race is being housed in huge Conestoga-class colony ships, which are waiting for the player to secure at least one planet with an Earth-like environment.
Motor Mayhem is a vehicle combat game published by Infogrames and released in 2001. Motor Mayhem: VCL takes the path of a postapocalyptic future, where the sport of car combat has seen a rise in popularity and has become the new world's largest form of entertainment. In nearly all of the levels there are bleachers hanging above you, and the demolition of an opponent or execution of a particularly damaging combo will be met by roars of approval from the crowd.
Redline is a 1999 post-apocalyptic combination first-person shooter/racing game published by Accolade. The game takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where the Earth has been laid waste by an unnaturally close orbit of the Moon, which has also turned the skies a crimson red. A privileged few live lives of luxury in cities under protective domes. Others are forced to eke out an existence on the outside, where fearful gangs battle for dominance.
Shadow Ops: Red Mercury is an action-oriented first person shooter based on modern military weapons and equipment. Like many games from the time period, Shadow Ops: Red Mercury does not have regenerating health, with the player instead relying on health pickups found throughout each mission.
Sid Meier's Colonization is a turn-based game published by MicroProse in 1994. It is a turn-based strategy game themed on the early European colonization of the New World, starting in 1492 and lasting until 1850.
Sword of the Samurai is an action and strategy game developed and published by MicroProse in 1989. It features role-playing, strategy, and arcade elements set in feudal Japan. The player begins the game as a little-known vassal samurai; his ultimate goal is to replace Oda Nobunaga as the daimyō responsible for reunifying sengoku Japan.
Tycoon City: New York is a 2006 city-building game published by Atari. The game first released on February 21, 2006 and players are tasked with developing New York City, specifically the island of Manhattan. Players are asked to build many of the city's most recognizable landmarks such as the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center and the United Nations Headquarters.
Task Force 1942: Surface Naval Action in the South Pacific is a naval simulation game, released by MicroProse in 1992. The player operates single ships or a task force made up of ships, from the United States Navy (USN), Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN), or the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) in the South Pacific during WWII. The specific historical setting was the series of ferocious naval engagements fought around the Solomon Islands chain, Guadalcanal in 1942.
Computer Gaming World
“Falcon one of the most detailed and accurate flight simulators on the microcomputer market today.”
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