BlueSky Software

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Not to be confused with Blue Sky Studios.
BlueSky Software
Industry computer and video game industry
Successor Sega
Titus Software
Founded 1988
Founder David Brandt
Defunct 2001
Headquarters California
Products video games
Parent Independent (1988-1998) Titus Software[1] (1998-2001)

BlueSky Software was an American video game developer situated in California formed in 1988 and had a successful run for 12 years before closing in March 2001, when parent company Titus Software was in financial trouble.

Games list[edit]

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  • Evil Zone (US and Europe port 1999)
  • KazMania (Lightspan 1997)
  • Superman (Unreleased 2000)

Java applets[edit]

  • Destroyer (2000)
  • Flam (2000)
  • Hole in one (2000)
  • Power Grid (2000)
  • Sky Battle (2000)

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