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'''''Elite''''' was a British game development company founded by Brian Wilcox. They were known for their Commodore 64 games such as Airwolf, Commando, and Ghosts 'N Goblins. During their NES development, they didn't put credits in their games, but it is unknown why. The company also formed a division called MotiveTime, which paid the developers bonuses based on the company's profits, but as time went on, the profits decreased. Later, some former Elite staff members formed [[NMS Software]].
 
'''''Elite''''' was a British game development company founded by Brian Wilcox. They were known for their Commodore 64 games such as Airwolf, Commando, and Ghosts 'N Goblins. During their NES development, they didn't put credits in their games, but it is unknown why. The company also formed a division called MotiveTime, which paid the developers bonuses based on the company's profits, but as time went on, the profits decreased. Later, some former Elite staff members formed [[NMS Software]].
 
  
 
==Games==
 
==Games==
 
* [[:Category: Games Developed By Elite|Games developed by Elite]].
 
* [[:Category: Games Developed By Elite|Games developed by Elite]].
 
* [[:Category: Games Published By Elite|Games published by Elite]].
 
* [[:Category: Games Published By Elite|Games published by Elite]].
 
  
 
==Music Development==
 
==Music Development==
 
  
 
==Audio Personnel==
 
==Audio Personnel==
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* [[Mark Cooksey]]
 
* [[Mark Cooksey]]
 
* [[Rob Hubbard]]
 
* [[Rob Hubbard]]
 
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==

Revision as of 11:54, 5 March 2015

Elite
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Founded 19??
Headquarters ???
Website bmginteractive.com
Other Names
  • Motivetime, Ltd.
  • Elite Systems
  • Cygnus

Elite was a British game development company founded by Brian Wilcox. They were known for their Commodore 64 games such as Airwolf, Commando, and Ghosts 'N Goblins. During their NES development, they didn't put credits in their games, but it is unknown why. The company also formed a division called MotiveTime, which paid the developers bonuses based on the company's profits, but as time went on, the profits decreased. Later, some former Elite staff members formed NMS Software.

Games

Music Development

Audio Personnel

These composers worked at Elite:

Links