Acclaim Cheltenham

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Acclaim Cheltenham
Industry Video game industry
Founded 1984
Defunct 2004
Headquarters Cheltenham, England
Products Video games
Parent Independent (1984-1995)
Acclaim Entertainment (1995-2004)

Acclaim Cheltenham was a British game studio in Cheltenham, England. It was founded in 1984 as Probe Software, later renamed Probe Entertainment. They were acquired by Acclaim Entertainment on October 10, 1995.[1] In 1999, Probe Entertainment became Acclaim Studios London and a year later, changed to Acclaim Studios Cheltenham.

It was responsible for developing Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat II for the Sega Mega Drive and Extreme-G and Extreme-G 2 for Nintendo 64. They were also well known for successful licensed games such as Die Hard Trilogy and Alien Trilogy. Their parent company, Acclaim, declared bankruptcy in 2004.

Games developed[edit]

Commodore 64/128[edit]


Master System[edit]

Game Boy[edit]

Game Gear[edit]

Mega Drive/Genesis[edit]


Super NES[edit]



Nintendo 64[edit]