Software and Games

Search jobs


2d3 2d3 was established in 1999 as a wholly owned subsidiary of OMG Plc. a registered company of the UK AIM Stock Exchange. 2d3 offer automatic software solutions for the visual media industries; our first product boujou has won numerous awards, including the 2002 Prime Time Emmy for Technical Achievement.

Website: 2d3

Bizarre Creations

Bizarre Creations Bizarre Creations is a Liverpool-based video game developer beginning development under this name in 1994. The company is most known for the Dreamcast videogame Metropolis Street Racer and their Xbox console game series Project Gotham Racing.

Website: Bizarre Creations

Criterion Games

Criterion Games Criterion Games is a Guildford, England based video game developer. It is best known for its work on the Burnout series and BLACK video games and the RenderWare middleware game engine coded by Criterion Software. In August 2004 Electronic Arts announced they had acquired Criterion Games and Criterion Software for a rumoured 40 million.

Website: Criterion Games


Denki Denki is a Digital Toy company, based in Dundee, Scotland. It was set up in March 2000 by four former members of DMA Design to focus on developing entertainment software for hand-held and mass-market devices such as Game Boy Advance, Interactive Digital Television (iDTV) and Java-enabled mobile phones.

Website: Denki

Eidos Interactive

Eidos Interactive Eidos Interactive is a publisher of video and computer games with its parent company based in the United Kingdom. It is now part of the Eidos Group of Companies and is a subsidiary of SCi Entertainment Group PLC that is publicly-traded on the London Stock Exchange.

Website: Eidos Interactive


Eurocom Eurocom is a UK-based video game developer founded specifically to develop games for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Since then Eurocom has expanded to other platforms including, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, Game Gear, Super Nintendo, 3DO, Sega Genesis, Nintendo 64, Sega Dreamcast, GameCube, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, and Xbox.

Website: Eurocom


Xara Xara is a UK-based software company founded in 1981, making it one of the oldest UK-based software developers. It has developed for a variety of computer platforms, in chronological order: The Acorn Atom, BBC Micro, Z88, Atari ST, Acorn Archimedes, Microsoft Windows and Linux. It was originally called Computer Concepts, Ltd., the company name was changed in 1995 to Xara, Ltd. and later to The Xara Group, Ltd.

Website: Xara

Back to:
British Companies