Grandslam Entertainment

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Grandslam Entertainment (later Grandslam Video) was a computer and video games software house based in Britain. It was formed in late 1987 from the ashes of Argus Press Software by former Argus Managing Director, Stephen Hall and close friend David C, Dudman. Grandslam developed and published many games for home computers during the 1980s and 1990s. Originally based in central London, the offices were relocated to Croydon in 1990.

List of games[edit]

1987

1988

1989

  • The Running Man
  • Saint & Greavsie
  • Thunderbirds
  • The Seven Gates of Jambala
  • Warp
  • Terry's Big Adventure
  • Trivia - The Ultimate Quest

1990

1991

  • Die Hard 2: Die Harder
  • England Championship Special

1992

1993

  • Liverpool: The Computer Game
  • Beastlord
  • Armaeth: The Lost Kingdom
  • Chambers of Shaolin

1994

  • Bump 'N' Burn
  • Nick Faldo's Championship Golf
  • Reunion
  • Beavers
  • ITS Cricket: International Test Series

1995

  • Base Jumpers
  • ITS Cricket: International Test Series

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