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.  Initially built around a small development team called the Gang of Five, the company grew significantly after purchasing budget label Mastertronic in 1987.
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Martin Alper, the founder of Mastertronic (later renamed Virgin Interactive), was fascinated by the novel Dune and had been trying to buy the interactive adaptation rights since 1988.   He conducted a study to measure the viability of such an adaptation, estimating that there were between 3 and 4 million fans of the novel in the United ...
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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. Disney video games published and/or developed by Virgin Interactive
1 Virgin Games 1.1 1983–1990 1.2 1990–1994 2 Virgin Interactive Entertainment 2.1 1992–1995 2.2 1993–1997 3 Virgin Interactive 3.1 1997–2003 After rebranding to Virgin Interactive Entertainment in 1993, VIE just used the regular Virgin logo without any "Interactive Entertainment" indicator whatsoever. Some games, though, did use the "Interactive Entertainment".
The Virgin Interactive Logo used in Cyberia 2. Virgin Interactive is a British video game publishing company, responsible for distributing Cyberia 2: Resurrection.
On a Virgin Interactive 1996 Christmas trailer, the logo's framerate is more smoother than before, and there is no TM symbol on the top of "INTERACTIVE entertainment". 7th logo (1996-1997) On a black background, we see a yellow-orangeish laser drawing the Virgin logo text, in yellow. We pan to the left, to see it in the right direction.
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