History Creator / MicroProse

14th May '16 5:09:58 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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** ''XCOMTerrorFromTheDeep''

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** ''XCOMTerrorFromTheDeep''''VideoGame/XCOMTerrorFromTheDeep''
27th Apr '16 4:51:14 PM DrRomoray
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* ''VideoGame/XCom: UFO Defense''

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* ''VideoGame/XCom: UFO Defense''''VideoGame/XComUFODefense''
** ''XCOMTerrorFromTheDeep''
** ''X-COM: Interceptor''



** ''X-COM: Interceptor''
** ''X-COM: Terror from the Deep''


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** ''X-COM: Interceptor''
** ''X-COM: Terror from the Deep''


5th Feb '16 6:04:02 PM nombretomado
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[=MicroProse=] is an American video game publisher and developer, founded by Wild Bill Stealey and Creator/SidMeier in 1982. A pioneer in many ''serious'' computer videogame genres, it specialized in SimulationGames, particularly the Combat Flight Simulator variety. A niched and yet powerhouse company in the early 90s, it was acquired by Hasbro in 1998 after a streak of financial troubles which started with a failed venture into 3D {{Arcade Game}}s. Creator/{{Atari}} (i.e. Infogrames) shut down the last former [=MicroProse=] development studio in 2003, and sold off the remaining rights in 2007 to Interactive Game Group, of which it remains a subsidiary or brand name mostly dedicated to casual and console games. Creator/FiraxisGames retains the rights for many of its older titles.

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[=MicroProse=] is an American video game publisher and developer, founded by Wild Bill Stealey and Creator/SidMeier in 1982. A pioneer in many ''serious'' computer videogame genres, it specialized in SimulationGames, particularly the Combat Flight Simulator variety. A niched and yet powerhouse company in the early 90s, it was acquired by Hasbro in 1998 after a streak of financial troubles which started with a failed venture into 3D {{Arcade UsefulNotes/{{Arcade Game}}s. Creator/{{Atari}} (i.e. Infogrames) shut down the last former [=MicroProse=] development studio in 2003, and sold off the remaining rights in 2007 to Interactive Game Group, of which it remains a subsidiary or brand name mostly dedicated to casual and console games. Creator/FiraxisGames retains the rights for many of its older titles.
6th Jan '16 4:06:11 AM TrollBrutal
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* ''VideoGame.MagicTheGathering''

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* ''VideoGame.MagicTheGathering''''VideoGame/MagicTheGathering''



* ''Magic: The Gathering''
6th Jan '16 3:24:46 AM TrollBrutal
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* ''VideoGame/MechWarrior 3: Pirate's Moon''



* ''VideoGame/MechWarrior 3: Pirate's Moon''
6th Jan '16 3:24:28 AM TrollBrutal
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!!Games developed or published by [=MicroProse=]:
* ''1942: The Pacific Air War''
* ''7th Legion''
* ''Acrojet''
* ''Across the Rhine''
* ''Addiction Pinball''
* ''Air Combat Aces''
* ''Air Duel: 80 Years of Dogfighting''
* ''Air Rescue I''
* ''Airborne Ranger''
* ''Allied Forces''
* ''The Amazing Spider-Man''

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!!Games developed or published by [=MicroProse=]:
* ''1942: The Pacific Air War''
* ''7th Legion''
* ''Acrojet''
* ''Across the Rhine''
* ''Addiction Pinball''
* ''Air Combat Aces''
* ''Air Duel: 80 Years of Dogfighting''
* ''Air Rescue I''
* ''Airborne Ranger''
* ''Allied Forces''
* ''The Amazing Spider-Man''
[=MicroProse=] with a [=TVTropes=] article include:



* ''ATAC: The Secret War Against Drugs''
* ''Avalon Hill's Diplomacy''
* ''Avalon Hill's Squad Leader''



* ''Betrayal''



* ''B.O.T.S.S.: Battle of the Solar System''
* ''Challenge of the Five Realms''
* ''Chopper Rescue''
* ''Command H.Q.''
* ''Conflict in Vietnam''
* ''Conquer the World''
* ''Crusade in Europe''
* ''[=CyberStrike=]''



* ''David Leadbetter's Greens''
* ''Decision in the Desert''



* ''European Air War''
* ''F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter 2.0''
* ''F-14 Fleet Defender Gold''
* ''F-15 Strike Eagle''
** ''F-15 Strike Eagle II''
** ''F-15 Strike Eagle III''
* ''F-19 Stealth Fighter''
* ''Falcon 4.0''
** ''Falcon Gold''
* ''Fields of Glory''
* ''Flames of Freedom''
* ''Fleet Defender''
* ''Floyd of the Jungle''
* ''Formula One Grand Prix''
* ''GP 500''
* ''Grand Prix II''
* ''Grand Prix Manager''
* ''Grand Prix Manager 2''
* ''Gunship''
* ''Gunship 2000''
* ''Gunship!''
* ''Hellcat Ace''
* ''Hyperspeed''

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* ''European Air War''
* ''F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter 2.0''
* ''F-14 Fleet Defender Gold''
* ''F-15 Strike Eagle''
** ''F-15 Strike Eagle II''
** ''F-15 Strike Eagle III''
* ''F-19 Stealth Fighter''
* ''Falcon 4.0''
** ''Falcon Gold''
* ''Fields of Glory''
* ''Flames of Freedom''
* ''Fleet Defender''
* ''Floyd of the Jungle''
* ''Formula One Grand Prix''
* ''GP 500''
* ''Grand Prix II''
* ''Grand Prix Manager''
* ''Grand Prix Manager 2''
* ''Gunship''
* ''Gunship 2000''
* ''Gunship!''
* ''Hellcat Ace''
* ''Hyperspeed''
''F15StrikeEagle'' series



* ''Jump Jet''
* ''Kennedy Approach''
* ''Knights of the Sky''
* ''Land, Sea and Air!''
* ''The Legacy: Realm of Terror''
* ''Lightspeed''
* ''M1 Tank Platoon''
* ''M1 Tank Platoon II''
* ''Machiavelli the Prince''
* ''Magic: The Gathering''

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* ''Jump Jet''
* ''Kennedy Approach''
* ''Knights of the Sky''
* ''Land, Sea and Air!''
* ''The Legacy: Realm of Terror''
* ''Lightspeed''
* ''M1 Tank Platoon''
* ''M1 Tank Platoon II''
* ''Machiavelli the Prince''
* ''Magic: The Gathering''
''VideoGame.MagicTheGathering''



* ''Mech Commander''
* ''VideoGame/MechWarrior 3: Pirate's Moon''
* ''[=MicroProse=] Pro Soccer''
* ''[=MiG=] Alley Ace''
* ''National Lampoon's Chess Maniac 5 Billion and 1''
* ''NATO Commander''
* ''Nightlong: Union City Conspiracy''
* ''Phoenix''



* ''Power Flight!''
* ''Power Game III''
* ''Power Up!''
* ''The Punisher''
* ''Red Storm Rising''
* ''Return of the Phantom''
* ''Rex Nebular and the Cosmic Gender Bender''
* ''Risk (Gold Edition)''



* ''VideoGame/MechWarrior 3: Pirate's Moon''



* ''Silent Service''
* ''Silent Service II''
* ''Solo Flight''
* ''Space 1889''
* ''[=SpaceKids=]''
* ''Special Forces''
* ''Spellcasting 101: Sorcerers Get All the Girls''
* ''Spitfire Ace''
* ''Star Trek: Generations''



* ''Star Trek: The Next Generation - Birth of the Federation''
* ''Star Trek: The Next Generation - Klingon Honor Guard''
* ''Starlord''
* ''Starship Troopers: Terran Ascendancy''
* ''The Strategy Game Room''
* ''Subwar 2050''
* ''Super Strike Eagle''



* ''Task Force 1942''
* ''Teamchef''
* ''This Means War!''
* ''Times of Lore''
* ''Tinhead''
* ''Top Gun: Fire at Will / Top Gun: Hornet's Nest''
* ''Total Heaven''
* ''Track Attack''



* ''Troika''
* ''Twilight: 2000''
* ''Ultimate Race Pro''
* ''Ultimate Football '95''
* ''Ultimate NFL Coaches Club Football''



* ''World Circuit''





[[folder: Other Games]]
* ''1942: The Pacific Air War''
* ''7th Legion''
* ''Acrojet''
* ''Across the Rhine''
* ''Addiction Pinball''
* ''Air Combat Aces''
* ''Air Duel: 80 Years of Dogfighting''
* ''Air Rescue I''
* ''Airborne Ranger''
* ''Allied Forces''
* ''The Amazing Spider-Man''
* ''ATAC: The Secret War Against Drugs''
* ''Avalon Hill's Diplomacy''
* ''Avalon Hill's Squad Leader''
* ''Betrayal''
* ''B.O.T.S.S.: Battle of the Solar System''
* ''Challenge of the Five Realms''
* ''Chopper Rescue''
* ''Command H.Q.''
* ''Conflict in Vietnam''
* ''Conquer the World''
* ''Crusade in Europe''
* ''[=CyberStrike=]''
* ''David Leadbetter's Greens''
* ''Decision in the Desert''
* ''European Air War''
* ''F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter 2.0''
* ''F-14 Fleet Defender Gold''
* ''F-19 Stealth Fighter''
* ''Falcon 4.0''
** ''Falcon Gold''
* ''Fields of Glory''
* ''Flames of Freedom''
* ''Fleet Defender''
* ''Floyd of the Jungle''
* ''Formula One Grand Prix''
* ''GP 500''
* ''Grand Prix II''
* ''Grand Prix Manager''
* ''Grand Prix Manager 2''
* ''Gunship''
* ''Gunship 2000''
* ''Gunship!''
* ''Hellcat Ace''
* ''Hyperspeed''
* ''Jump Jet''
* ''Kennedy Approach''
* ''Knights of the Sky''
* ''Land, Sea and Air!''
* ''The Legacy: Realm of Terror''
* ''Lightspeed''
* ''M1 Tank Platoon''
* ''M1 Tank Platoon II''
* ''Machiavelli the Prince''
* ''Magic: The Gathering''
* ''Mech Commander''
* ''[=MicroProse=] Pro Soccer''
* ''[=MiG=] Alley Ace''
* ''National Lampoon's Chess Maniac 5 Billion and 1''
* ''NATO Commander''
* ''Nightlong: Union City Conspiracy''
* ''Phoenix''
* ''Power Flight!''
* ''Power Game III''
* ''Power Up!''
* ''The Punisher''
* ''Red Storm Rising''
* ''Return of the Phantom''
* ''Rex Nebular and the Cosmic Gender Bender''
* ''Risk (Gold Edition)''
* ''Silent Service''
* ''Silent Service II''
* ''Solo Flight''
* ''Space 1889''
* ''[=SpaceKids=]''
* ''Special Forces''
* ''Spellcasting 101: Sorcerers Get All the Girls''
* ''Spitfire Ace''
* ''Star Trek: Generations''
* ''Star Trek: The Next Generation - Birth of the Federation''
* ''Star Trek: The Next Generation - Klingon Honor Guard''
* ''Starlord''
* ''Starship Troopers: Terran Ascendancy''
* ''The Strategy Game Room''
* ''Subwar 2050''
* ''Super Strike Eagle''
* ''Task Force 1942''
* ''Teamchef''
* ''This Means War!''
* ''Times of Lore''
* ''Tinhead''
* ''Top Gun: Fire at Will / Top Gun: Hornet's Nest''
* ''Total Heaven''
* ''Track Attack''
* ''Troika''
* ''Twilight: 2000''
* ''Ultimate Race Pro''
* ''Ultimate Football '95''
* ''Ultimate NFL Coaches Club Football''
* ''World Circuit''




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3rd Oct '15 12:44:27 PM thatother1dude
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[=MicroProse=] is an American video game publisher and developer, founded by Wild Bill Stealey and Creator/SidMeier in 1982. A pioneer in many ''serious'' computer videogame genres, it especialized in SimulationGames, particularly the Combat Flight Simulator variety. A niched and yet powerhouse company in the early 90s, it was acquired by Hasbro in 1998 after a streak of financial troubles which started with a failed venture into 3D {{Arcade Game}}s. Creator/{{Atari}} (i.e. Infogrames) shut down the last former [=MicroProse=] development studio in 2003, and sold off the remaining rights in 2007 to Interactive Game Group, of which it remains a subsidiary or brand name mostly dedicated to casual and console games. Creator/FiraxisGames retains the rights for many of its older titles.

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[=MicroProse=] is an American video game publisher and developer, founded by Wild Bill Stealey and Creator/SidMeier in 1982. A pioneer in many ''serious'' computer videogame genres, it especialized specialized in SimulationGames, particularly the Combat Flight Simulator variety. A niched and yet powerhouse company in the early 90s, it was acquired by Hasbro in 1998 after a streak of financial troubles which started with a failed venture into 3D {{Arcade Game}}s. Creator/{{Atari}} (i.e. Infogrames) shut down the last former [=MicroProse=] development studio in 2003, and sold off the remaining rights in 2007 to Interactive Game Group, of which it remains a subsidiary or brand name mostly dedicated to casual and console games. Creator/FiraxisGames retains the rights for many of its older titles.
28th Sep '13 3:16:49 AM TrollBrutal
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* ''Virtual Karts''

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* ''Virtual Karts''''Videogame/VirtualKarts''
21st Sep '13 2:36:20 PM StFan
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Its classic legacy is most notably perpetuated in present day by the ''VideoGame/{{Civilization}}'', ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}'' and ''Tycoon'' franchises.

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Its classic legacy is most notably perpetuated in present day by the ''VideoGame/{{Civilization}}'', ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}'' ''VideoGame/XCom'' and ''Tycoon'' franchises.



* ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}: UFO Defense''

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* ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}: ''VideoGame/XCom: UFO Defense''
26th Mar '13 7:53:45 AM Prfnoff
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[=MicroProse=] is an American video game publisher and developer, founded by Wild Bill Stealey and Creator/SidMeier in 1982. A pioneer in many ''serious'' computer videogame genres, it especialized in SimulationGames, particularly the Combat Flight Simulator variety. A niched and yet powerhouse company in the early 90s, it was acquired by Hasbro in 1998 after a streak of financial troubles which started with a failed venture into 3D {{Arcade Game}}s. It's now part of Interactive Game Group and remains a subsidiary or brand name mostly dedicated to casual and console games. Creator/FiraxisGames retains the rights for many of its older titles.

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[=MicroProse=] is an American video game publisher and developer, founded by Wild Bill Stealey and Creator/SidMeier in 1982. A pioneer in many ''serious'' computer videogame genres, it especialized in SimulationGames, particularly the Combat Flight Simulator variety. A niched and yet powerhouse company in the early 90s, it was acquired by Hasbro in 1998 after a streak of financial troubles which started with a failed venture into 3D {{Arcade Game}}s. It's now part of Creator/{{Atari}} (i.e. Infogrames) shut down the last former [=MicroProse=] development studio in 2003, and sold off the remaining rights in 2007 to Interactive Game Group and Group, of which it remains a subsidiary or brand name mostly dedicated to casual and console games. Creator/FiraxisGames retains the rights for many of its older titles.
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