It was founded as a publisher of educational software before moving into games. One offshoot of its printing roots was Fleet Street Publisher on several platforms. A PC version was developed by Rowan Software but was scrapped before release. Many games were not released under the name "Mirrorsoft", but under publishing labels like Image Works.
Mirrorsoft's most famous - and infamous - product was Tetris, the rights to which were acquired in a series of complicated licensing issues. The company was voted Best 16-bit Software House of the Year at the Golden Joystick Awards.
- "Acclaim purchases Mirrorsoft - Acclaim Entertainment Inc" in Newsbytes News Network
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