Greve Graphics

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Greve Graphics
Founded 1982
Founder Lars Hård

Greve Graphics was the first video game developer in Scandinavia. The company was founded in 1982, by Lars Hård (executive director, programmer and musician), Bengt Caroli (programmer)[1][2] and Nils Hård (graphics). The publisher was American Action.


The companies first game was Soldier One. It was a wargame, containing seven minigames. The game was marketed hard in Scandinavia, there hundreds of thousands kids got an advertisement leaflet in the mailbox. The game sold over 75.000 copies only in Sweden.

Greve Graphics developed and released, from 1985 to 1987, the following games:


Four of the company's games was released in a collectonbox 1987 called 4 Action Hits (there one of the gamenames was shorten to "'43: One Year After").[3][4]

Development kit[edit]

Greve Graphics also released a development kit called "The Basic Revenge".


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