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    The Code Monkeys Ltd.

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    Code Monkeys was founded in Leeds, United Kingdom in 1989 by Colin Hogg and Mark Kirkby. On February 1st, 2011 the studio was closed.

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    Active for over 20 years in the gaming business, The Code Monkeys still occasionally pop into the charts, the most recent being PSP International Athletics which made #4 in the U.K charts in 2008, the early part of 2009 also saw Triple Shot Sports appear in the iPhone and iPod Touch top 20. Their port of GBA Castlevania to mobile was crtically acclaimed and Charlotte's Web was Sega mobile's second best seller at the time.

    The portfolio of systems on which The Code Monkeys have been releasing their games reads like a history lesson in gaming. The systems include Timex Sinclair, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, C64, Amiga, Turbo Grafx 16, PC, Schneider, Game boy, Genesis, Mega Drive, Super Game boy, Sega Saturn, Mac, Win 95, Sega CD, 32 X, Playstation, Windows 98, Game Boy Colour, Game Boy Advance, Playstation 2, Mobile phones, Nintendo DS, NVIDIA GoForce 5500, Sony PSP and Iphone.

    Softography in rough chronoligical order.

    Manic Monkey Mayhem - WiiWare

    Casper's Scare School - Spooky Sports Days - DS, Wii, iPhone, iPod Touch

    International Athletics - PSP, Wii, iPhone, iPod Touch

    Triple Shot Sports - iPhone, iPod Touch

    World Championship Games - DS

    8 Ball Allstars - DS

    Postman Pat - DS, PS2

    Castlevania - Aria Of Sorrow - Mobile

    The Golden Compass - Mobile

    Jump - Mobile

    3D Pool Hall - DS

    Charlotte's Web - Mobile

    Crazy Frog Racer - DS

    Jump (technical demo for NVidia) - Nvidia GoForce5500

    Garfield - PS2, PC

    Scalextrix - Mobile

    Cartoon Kingdom - PS2

    Kiddies Party Pack - PS2

    Simpsons Skateboarding - PS2

    CT Special Forces - PS1

    Sitting Ducks - PS1

    SHREK Treasure Hunt - PS1

    WORMS World Party - PS1

    X-Bladez - GBA

    Goofy's Fun House PS1

    Force 21 - GBC

    Live Wire - PS1, PC, Arcade PC

    The Scared Pools - Saturn, Apple Mac, PC, Sega CD

    Tomcat Alley - Sega CD, Sega 32x

    Surgical Strike - Sega CD, Sega 32x

    Wirehead - Sega CD

    Arcade Classics1 - GB, SGB

    Arcade Classics2 - GB, SGB

    Universal Soldier - Sega Genesis, GB

    Turrican - Sega Genesis, GB

    Asteroids - GB

    Missile Command - GB

    Harmony/Emotion - GB, Sinclair Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC

    Gunboat - Turbo Grafix

    Mean Streets - Atari ST, Commodore Amiga

    Crime Wave - Atari ST, Commodore Amiga

    Go For Gold - Atari ST, Commodore Amiga

    The Games Summer Edition - Atari ST, Commodore Amiga

    The Games Winter Edition - Atari ST, Commodore Amiga

    The last 14 titles predate TCM, but where developed by the founders of TCM (colin hogg and mark kirkby)

    Artura - Atari ST, Commodore Amiga

    Northstar - Atari ST

    Operation Wolf - MSX

    Spectron - Sinclair Spectrum

    Dragon's Lair - Amstrad CPC

    Radzone - Amstrad CPC

    Biospheres - Amstrad CPC

    The Scout Steps Out - - Amstrad CPC

    Flee - Dragon32

    Compac - Sinclair Timex zx81

    Hi Rise Hive - Sinclair Timex zx81

    Bug Burst - Sinclair Timex zx81

    Pinbat - Sinclair Timex zx81

    Mad Miner - Sinclair Timex zx81


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