|Type||Video game developer|
|John Lewis |
|Products||Combat flight simulators|
Vektor Grafix was a British computer game development company led by John Lewis and Andy Craven. Vektor Grafix was founded by Craven and Danny Gallagher in 1986. Their first release were home ports of the Star Wars arcade games. The Leeds-based company then went on to become a developer of mostly 3D simulation games and was eventually bought by MicroProse in July 1992, becoming their development studio.
- Star Wars (ports, 1987)
- Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (ports, 1988)
- Ring Wars (1988)
- Fighter Bomber / Strike Aces (1988)
- Killing Cloud (1991)
- Shuttle: the Space Flight Simulator (1992)
- B-17 Flying Fortress (1992)
- Dogfight (1993)
- "MICROPROSE BUYS VEKTOR GRAFIX FOR MORE THAN FUN AND GAMES". The Washington Post. 13 July 1992 – via www.washingtonpost.com.