Supervision Entertainment

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Supervision Entertainment
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Founded 1992
Closed 1994
Headquarters London, England

Supervision Entertainment Ltd. is a British video game company that was a subsidiary of John Waddington Plc., primarily on publishing and developing video games. It was shuttered in 1994 because the development of Scrabble (SMD) went unfinished.


Music Development


The only known Mega Drive game developed by Supervision was the aforementioned Scrabble (SMD), for which an unknown composer first created MIDI files, then converted them to GEMS.

Audio Development