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  1. Virgin Interactive - Wikipedia

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    Virgin Interactive Entertainment (later renamed Avalon Interactive) was the video game publishing division of British conglomerate the Virgin Group. It was formed as Virgin Games in 1983. [7] Initially built around a small development team called the Gang of Five, the company grew significantly after purchasing budget label Mastertronic in 1987.

  2. Virgin Interactive - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Founded. 1981. Headquarters. UK. Virgin Interactive was a British video game publisher. It was formed as Virgin Games Ltd. in 1981. The company became much larger after purchasing the budget label, Mastertronic in 1987. It was part of the Virgin Group. In 1994 it was renamed Virgin Interactive .

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  4. Category:Virgin Interactive games - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Virgin Interactive games" The following 162 pages are in this category, out of 162 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  5. Virgin Interactive - Virgin Interactive - Wikipedia

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    Virgin Games Ltd.(1983–1988、1991–1993) Virgin Mastertronic Ltd.(1988–1991) Virgin Interactive Entertainment(UK / Europe)Limited(1993 –2003)

  6. Virgin Interactive - CLG Wiki - Miraheze

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    Mar 19, 2021 · Virgin Games was a prolific British game developer and publisher formed in 1981, as part of Richard Branson's brand empire Virgin. They purchased Mastertronic in 1987 and were renamed Virgin Interactive in 1994. The company faced demise in later 90's, when U.S. assets were acquired by Electronic Arts and European assets passed to Titus Interactive.

  7. Virgin Interactive | Disney Wiki | Fandom

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    Virgin Interactive. Virgin Interactive was a British video game publisher who were originally formed as Virgin Games Ltd. in 1981. The company became much larger after purchasing the budget label, Mastertronic in 1987 . The company developed and published games in partnership with Disney.

  8. Virgin Interactive - Command & Conquer Wiki - covering ...

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    Virgin Interactive Entertainment (abbreviated VIE) was the video game publishing division of British conglomerate the Virgin Group. It was formed as Virgin Games Ltd. in 1983. Initially built around a small development team called the Gang of Five, the company grew significantly after purchasing budget label Mastertronic in 1987. VIE was a publisher to several successful studios like Westwood ...

  9. Virgin Interactive | Culture Wikia | Fandom

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    Nick Alexander started Virgin Games in 1982 after leaving Thorn EMI. It was headquartered in Portobello Road, London. The firm initially relied on submissions by freelancer developers, but set up its own in-house development team in 1984, known as the Gang of Five. Early successes included Sorcery and Dan Dare. Virgin Interactive's history spans two decades in which it was at the forefront of the home console revolution that spread video games to the masses. It evolved with an ever-changing industry into a sophisticated interactive entertainment maker with the aid of its close ties with Hollywood and the entertainment media. Virgin pioneered an era marked by increasingly sophisticated games that combined popular franchises with computer animations and laser discs.These changes turned the video game industry from a small operation into a multimillion dollar business and weaved video games in popular culture. Throughout its history, Virgin developed and published games for every major...

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  10. Virgin Interactive | Scary Logos Wiki | Fandom

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    1st logo

    On a black background, we see a gradient red box. Inside is the corporate Virgin logo surrounded by a white circle. The word "GAMES" appears below the box.

    2nd logo

    Set in the sky, with a huge cloud underneath, we see a red airplane tail with the corporate Virgin logo on it. It passes from right to left, leaving what looks like smaller clouds. When the plane leaves, the clouds (22 of them, to be exact) morph into the words "Virgin Games Presents..." and we fade out.

    3rd logo

    This is just the corporate Virgin logo on a black background.

    1st logo

    None or a group of guys saying "Virrrrgiiin!" for the still version. The animated variants sometimes use a triumphant fanfare.

    2nd logo

    The buzzing of the plane, and a downward 8-bit synth flourish, which is part of the intro to M.C. Kids/McDonaldland.

    3rd logo

    None.

    1st logo

    None.

    4th logo

    None. However, the animation on Harvesterlooks better.

    5th logo

    Low. Nothing compares to the next logo though...

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