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Initially, the company was a computer shop located in Sheffield, England, called Just Micro. Subsequently, the branched out to become a full fledged software house. By April 1999, Gremlin grew to a large company, emplying more than 300 people. Gremlin's primary publisher (in the US) was Interplay. The company was acquired by Infogrames in 1999.  The founder of the company, Ian Stewart bought back the company from Atari in 2003.
 
Many of Gremlin's most successful games were sports games such as Lotus, Premier Manager, Micro Machines and Actua Soccer. The also enjoyed acclaim and fan devotion for their computer game conversions of the Games Workshop games Space Crusade and Hero Quest.

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