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!!Video games developed and/or published by Infogrames Sheffield:

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!!Video games developed and/or published by Infogrames Sheffield:


* ''VideoGame/HogsOfWar'' (2000)



* ''VideoGame/SupermanShadowOfApokolips'' (2002)


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!!Video games developed and/or published by Infogrames Sheffield:
* ''PGA European Tour'' (1999)
* ''Premier Manager 2000'' (2000)
* ''Wacky Races'' (2000)
* ''VideoGame/HogsOfWar'' (2000)
* ''UEFA Challenge'' (2001)
* ''Wacky Races Starring Dastardly and Muttley'' (2001)
* ''Slam Tennis'' (2002)
* ''Micro Machines'' (2002)
* ''VideoGame/SupermanShadowOfApokolips'' (2002)


Former English video game developer based in [[OopNorth Sheffield, South Yorkshire]], that was founded in 1984 by Ian Stewart and Kevin Norburn. Starting out as a developer and publisher of games for home computers, they later branched out to console and PC games in the early 1990s, and were an early third-party developer for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation, where they had found great success with their ''Actua Sports'' series of titles, starting with 1995's ''Actua Soccer''. They were bought out by Creator/{{Infogrames}} in 1999, who subsequently renamed them Infogrames Studios, and closed down in 2003.

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Former Gremlin Interactive, originally known as Gremlin Graphics, was an English video game developer based in [[OopNorth Sheffield, South Yorkshire]], that Yorkshire]]. It was founded in 1984 by Ian Stewart and Kevin Norburn. Starting out as a developer and publisher of games for home computers, they later branched out to console and PC games in the early 1990s, and were an early third-party developer for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation, where they had found great success with their ''Actua Sports'' series of titles, starting with 1995's ''Actua Soccer''. They were bought out by Creator/{{Infogrames}} in 1999, who subsequently renamed them Infogrames Studios, and closed down in 2003.


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* ''VideoGame/{{Hardwar}}'' (1998)


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* ''VideoGame/HogsOfWar'' (2000)


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* ''VideoGame/{{Soulbringer}}'' (2000)
* ''VideoGame/SupermanShadowOfApokolips'' (2002)

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Monopoly}}'' (1997)


*** ''Euro '96'' (1996)

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*** ''Euro '96'' '96''[[labelnote:*]]Sega Saturn version was released under the "Sega Sports" brand[[/labelnote]] (1996)


** ''Actua Ice Hockey'' (1997)
** ''Actua Ice Hockey 2'' (1999)

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** ''Actua Ice Hockey'' (1997)
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** ''Actua Ice Hockey 2'' 2''[[labelnote:*]]the final game in the ''Actua Sports'' series[[/labelnote]] (1999)



** ''Pool Shark'' / ''Actua Pool''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''Ultimate 8 Ball''[[/labelnote]] (1998)

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** ''Pool Shark'' / ''Actua Pool''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''Ultimate 8 Ball''[[/labelnote]] (1998)(1999)



* ''Hardcore 4x4''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''TNN Motorsports Hardcore 4x4''[[/labelnote]] (1996)

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* ''Hardcore 4x4''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''TNN Motorsports Motor Sports Hardcore 4x4''[[/labelnote]] (1996)

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Not to be confused with [[Creator/{{Sega}} Gremlin Industries]], who produced and distributed various arcade games in the late '70s and early '80s.


** ''Actua Soccer'' (1995)

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** ''Actua Soccer'' Soccer''[[labelnote:*]]released in Germany as ''Ran Soccer''; released in the US as ''VR Soccer '96''[[/labelnote]] (1995)



** ''Actua Soccer 2'' (1997)

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** ''Actua Soccer 2'' 2''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''FOX Sports Soccer '99''[[/labelnote]] (1997)



** ''Actua Golf'' (1996)
** ''Actua Golf 2'' (1997)

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** ''Actua Golf'' Golf''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''VR Golf '97''[[/labelnote]] (1996)
** ''Actua Golf 2'' 2''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''FOX Sports Golf '99''[[/labelnote]] (1997)



** ''Pool Shark'' / ''Actua Pool'' (1998)

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** ''Pool Shark'' / ''Actua Pool'' Pool''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''Ultimate 8 Ball''[[/labelnote]] (1998)



* ''Buggy'' (1998)
* ''VideoGame/FatalRacing'' (1995)
* ''Hardcore 4x4'' (1996)

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* ''Buggy'' ''Bounder'' (1985)
* ''Buggy''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''Team Losi RC Racer''[[/labelnote]]
(1998)
* ''VideoGame/FatalRacing'' ''VideoGame/FatalRacing''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''Whiplash''[[/labelnote]] (1995)
* ''Gauntlet: The Deeper Dungeons'' (1987)
* ''Hardcore 4x4'' (1996)4x4''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''TNN Motorsports Hardcore 4x4''[[/labelnote]] (1996)
* ''TabletopGame/HeroQuest'' adaptations
** ''[=HeroQuest=]'' (1991)
** ''[=HeroQuest=] II: Legacy of Sorasil'' (1994)



* ''VideoGame/MontyMole'' series
** ''Wanted! Monty Mole'' (1984)
** ''Monty Is Innocent'' (1985)
** ''Monty on the Run'' (1985)
** ''Auf Wiedersehen Monty'' (1987)
** ''Moley Christmas'' (1987)
** ''Impossamole'' (1990)



* ''N[[subscript:2]]O'' (1998)

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* ''N[[subscript:2]]O'' (1998)''N[[subscript:2]]O''[[labelnote:*]]released in the US as ''N[[subscript:2]]O Nitrous Oxide''[[/labelnote]] (1998)
* ''VideoGame/{{Normality}}'' (1996)
* ''Potty Pigeon'' (1984)


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* ''VideoGame/Slipstream5000'' (1995)
* ''Thing on a Spring'' (1985)


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* ''Venus the Flytrap'' (1990)


* ''Fatal Racing'' (1995)

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* ''Fatal Racing'' ''VideoGame/FatalRacing'' (1995)

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Former English video game developer based in [[OopNorth Sheffield, South Yorkshire]], that was founded in 1984 by Ian Stewart and Kevin Norburn. Starting out as a developer and publisher of games for home computers, they later branched out to console and PC games in the early 1990s, and were an early third-party developer for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation, where they had found great success with their ''Actua Sports'' series of titles, starting with 1995's ''Actua Soccer''. They were bought out by Creator/{{Infogrames}} in 1999, who subsequently renamed them Infogrames Studios, and closed down in 2003.
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!!Video games developed and/or published by Gremlin:
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* ''Actua Sports'' series[[labelnote:*]]this series also contained three games from the ''Premier Manager'' series; these are listed below under "''Premier Manager'' series"[[/labelnote]]
** ''Actua Soccer'' (1995)
*** ''Euro '96'' (1996)
*** ''Actua Soccer Club Edition'' (1997)
** ''Actua Soccer 2'' (1997)
** ''Actua Soccer 3'' (1998)
** ''Actua Golf'' (1996)
** ''Actua Golf 2'' (1997)
** ''Actua Golf 3'' (1998)
** ''Actua Ice Hockey'' (1997)
** ''Actua Ice Hockey 2'' (1999)
** ''Actua Tennis'' (1998)
** ''Pool Shark'' / ''Actua Pool'' (1998)
* ''VideoGame/BodyHarvest'' (1998)
* ''Buggy'' (1998)
* ''Fatal Racing'' (1995)
* ''Hardcore 4x4'' (1996)
* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd''[[labelnote:*]]not to be confused with the [[VideoGame/JudgeDredd 1995 game]][[/labelnote]] (1997)
* ''VideoGame/{{Loaded}}'' series
** ''Loaded'' (1995)
** ''Re-Loaded'' (1996)
* ''[=MotorHead=]'' (1998)
* ''N[[subscript:2]]O'' (1998)
* ''Premier Manager'' series
** ''Premier Manager'' (1992)
** ''Premier Manager 2'' (1993)
** ''Premier Manager 3'' (1994)
*** ''Premier Multi-edit System'' (1995)
** ''Premier Manager 97''[[labelnote:*]]Mega Drive version[[/labelnote]] (1996)
** ''Premier Manager 97''[[labelnote:*]]PC version; also part of the ''Actua Sports'' series[[/labelnote]] (1997)
** ''Premier Manager 98''[[labelnote:*]]also part of the ''Actua Sports'' series[[/labelnote]] (1998)
** ''Premier Manager Ninety Nine''[[labelnote:*]]also part of the ''Actua Sports'' series; released on Nintendo 64 as ''Premier Manager 64''[[/labelnote]] (1999)
*** ''Téléfoot Manager'' (1999)
* ''VideoGame/RealmsOfTheHaunting'' (1996)
* ''Top Gear'' series
** ''Top Gear'' (1992)
** ''Top Gear 2'' (1993)
** ''Top Gear 3000'' (1994)
* ''VideoGame/WildMetalCountry'' (1999)
* ''VideoGame/{{Zool}}'' series
** ''Zool'' (1992)
** ''Zool 2'' (1993)
[[/index]]
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