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1st Division Manager

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Produced By: Reflective Designs
Programmed By: Duncan Scott Kershaw
Graphics By: Jonathan Smyth
Music By: Gerard Gourley
Release Year: 1993, Number Of Players: 1
1st Division Manager1st Division Manager

4 Soccer Simulators
4 different games in 1 collection: 11 A-Side Soccer, Indoor Soccer, Street Soccer & Soccer Skills

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Coding & Graphics By:
Codemasters Squad

Designed By: Gaxx, Pete, Mike & Rick
Music By: M.Gray & D.Whittaker
Release Year: 1989, Number Of Players: 1 or 2

4 Soccer Simulators4 Soccer Simulators

All Terrain Vehicle Simulator

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Concept By: Tim Miller
Programmed By: Digital Persuasion
Music By: David Whittaker
Release Year: 1987
Number Of Players: 1

All Terrain Vehicle SimulatorAll Terrain Vehicle Simulator

BMX Freestyle Simulator

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Programming & Graphics By:
John Ferrari

Original Concept: Peter Williamson
Release Year: 1990
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

BMX Freestyle SimulatorBMX Freestyle Simulator

BMX Simulator

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Created By: Richard Darling
Music By: David Whittaker
Release Year: 1987
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

BMX SimulatorBMX Simulator

BMX Simulator 2 (Standard Game)

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Release Year: 1989
Number Of Players: 1 to 4

BMX Simulator 2BMX Simulator 2

Championship Jet Ski Simulator

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Game Design: The Oliver Twins
Programmed By: Mark Clements
Graphics By: James Wilson
Music By: David Dunn
Release Year: 1989, Number Of Players: 1 or 2

Championship Jet Ski SimulatorChampionship Jet Ski Simulator

Cue Boy

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Programmed By: Steve Siddle
Graphics By:
Ashley Routledge & Jonathan Smyth

Music By: Gerard 'Gez' Gourley
Release Year: 1993, Number Of Players: 1

Cue BoyCue Boy

Grand Prix Simulator

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Programming By: Adrian Sheppard
Design & Artwork By: Nigel Fletcher
Music By: David Whittaker
Release Year: 1987
Number Of Players: 1 to 3

Grand Prix SimulatorGrand Prix Simulator

Grand Prix Simulator 2

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Music By: Steve Barrett
Release Year: 1989
Number Of Players: 1 to 3

Grand Prix Simulator 2Grand Prix Simulator 2

International Rugby Simulator

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Produced By: Deltek Software
Programmed By: Ted Carron
Music By: David Dunn
Release Year: 1988
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

International Rugby SimulatorInternational Rugby Simulator

Jet Bike Simulator (Normal & Expert Version)

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Game Design: The Oliver Twins
Programmed By: Mark Clements
Graphics By: James Wilson
Music By: David Dunn
Release Year: 1989, Number Of Players: 1 or 2


Mean Machine

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Conversion By: Digital Design
Programmed By: Nick Taylor & Dave Sanders, Graphics By: Ashley Routledge, Music By: Allister Brimble
Release Year: 1991, Number Of Players: 1

Mean MachineMean Machine

Motocross

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Programming & Graphics By:
John Ferrari

Music By: Matt Gray
Release Year: 1989
Number Of Players: 1

MotocrossMotocross

Powerboat Simulator

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Produced By: Vision Software
Programming & Graphics By:
Jamie Irvine & Peter Goldsmith

Release Year: 1989
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

Powerboat SimulatorPowerboat Simulator

Pro Boxing Simulator
AKA By Fair Means Or Foul

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Programming & Graphics By:
Jason Benham

Original Idea: Michael Simpson
Release Year: 1990
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

Pro Boxing SimulatorPro Boxing Simulator

Professional BMX Simulator

Copyright/Publisher:
Codemasters Plus

Music By: Matt Gray
Release Year: 1988
Number Of Players: 1 to 4

Professional BMX SimulatorProfessional BMX Simulator

Professional Skateboard Simulator

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Design, Codework, Music, Samples,
FX & Graphics By: Gavin Raeburn
Additional Graphics By: Codemasters
Release Year: 1988
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

Professional Skateboard SimulatorProfessional Skateboard Simulator

Professional Ski Simulator

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Produced By: The Highlanders
Programmed By: Andrew Graham
Graphics By: Stewart & Robbie Graham
Music By: Steve Barrett
Release Year: 1989
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

Professional Ski SimulatorProfessional Ski Simulator

Professional Snooker Simulator

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Coded By: Arcana Software Design
Music By: David Whittaker
Release Year: 1988
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

Professional Snooker SimulatorProfessional Snooker Simulator

Rally Cross

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Created By:
Gavin Raeburn & Bob Stevenson

Music By: Gavin Raeburn
Release Year: 1989
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

Rally CrossRally Cross

Red Max

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Programmed By: David Darling
Music By: David Whittaker
Release Year: 1987
Number Of Players: 1

Red MaxRed Max

Slicks

Copyright/Publisher:
Codemasters/Digital Design

Program, Graphics, Sound FX By:
Ashley Routledge & David Saunders

Music By: Allister Brimble
Release Year: 1992, Number Of Players: 1 or 2

SlicksSlicks

Slicks Preview

Copyright/Publisher:
Codemasters/Digital Design

Program, Graphics, Sound FX By:
Ashley Routledge & David Saunders

Music By: Allister Brimble
Release Year: 1992, Number Of Players: 1 or 2

SlicksSlicks

Soccer Pinball

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Design & Programming By:
Steve Siddle

Graphics By: Michael Sanderson
Music & FX By: Sonic Graffiti
Release Year: 1990, Number Of Players: 1 or 2

Soccer PinballSoccer Pinball

Wacky Darts

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Release Year: 1990
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

Wacky DartsWacky Darts

Wrestling Superstars

Copyright/Publisher: Codemasters
Written By: Reflective Designs
Programmed By: Dave Hayes
Graphics By: Jonathan Smyth
Music By: Gerard Gourley
Release Year: 1993
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

Wrestling SuperstarsWrestling Superstars

Other Games Released By Codemasters
Advanced Pinball Simulator
Arcade Flight Simulator
Armourdillo
Bee 52
Bigfoot
Bignoses USA Adventure
Bubble Dizzy
Captain Dynamo
CJ In The USA
CJ's Elephant Antics
Cosmonut
Crystal Kingdom Dizzy
Dizzy
Dizzy: Down the Rapids
Dizzy: Fantasy World Dizzy: Prince of the Yolkfolk
Dizzy: Spellbound
Dizzy: Treasure Island
DJ Puff's Volcantic Capers
Fast Food
Fruit Machine Simulator
Fruit Machine Simulator 2
Ghost Hunters
Grell and Falla
Kamikaze
Kwik Snax
Lazer-Force
Little Puff in Dragonland
Magicland Dizzy
Miami Chase
Mice Mania
MIG-29 Soviet Fighter
Monte Carlo Casino
Mr. Angry
Murray Mouse Super-Cop
Ninja Massacre
Olli & Lissa 3: The Candlelight Adventure
Panic Dizzy
Poltergeist
Prince Clumsy
Pub Trivia
Red Max
Robin Hood - Legend Quest
Rockstar Ate My Hamster
SAS Combat Simulator
Sergeant Seymour: Robotcop
Seymour At The Movies
Sky High Stuntman
Slightly Magic
Spellfire the Sorcerer
Spike The Viking
Spikey in Transylvania
Steg the Slug
Stuntman Seymour
Super Dragon Slayer
Super G-Man
Super Robin Hood
Super Seymour
Super Stuntman
Super Tank Simulator
Superhero
Sword and the Rose, The
Tarzan Goes Ape
Terra Cognita
Thunder Bolt
Tilt
Treasure Island Dizzy
Vampire
Wild West Seymour
Wizard Willy

Codemasters History
David and Richard Darling first started writing computer games when they were in their early teens and still at school. They duplicated the cassettes themselves and sold them by mail order, taking small advertisements in magazines.

From these beginnings David and Richard became contract programmers. They wrote and sourced games for major software houses, and many of these games were major best sellers.

In October of 1986 the Darlings set up CodeMasters, their own company. From the beginning they were determined to sell only the best possible games at the lowest possible price. One title, BMX SIMULATOR, went on to become one of the worlds best selling games.

In less than a year, CodeMasters had a string of Top Ten hits to it's name. The company was the best selling software house in Britain. David and Richard are now 21 and 20 years old, and are determined to continue what they do best; producing top selling computer games.


YOU COULD WRITE FOR CODEMASTERS
CodeMasters excellence is a result of utilizing the best games programmers there are. The best programmers deserve the best rewards. If you are good enough to program for us then write to David Darling now - you won't regret it.

This program, including code, graphics, music and artwork are the copyright of CodeMasters Software Co. Ltd and no part may be copied, stored, transmitted or reproduced in any form or by any means, hired or lent without the express permission of CodeMasters Software Co. Ltd.


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