1995 and 1996 were profitable years for Safari with the success of publishing such titles as Highway Hunter and Seek and Destroy coupled with the shareware model and advertising provided by Epic MegaGames. In 1997, Epic MegaGames bought out Safari entirely absorbing their publishing facilities into the company. Several more popular titles published by Safari continued to be sold via the rebranded Safari Software on the Epic Games website, however in 2001, due to limited demand, Epic stopped selling them directly. Epic Classics , a division of Epic Games, still sells Seek and Destroy. All software copyrights of games published by Safari are still held by Epic Games.