Company:Krome Studios Melbourne

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Krome Studios Melbourne
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Parent company
Previous names
Founded
Defunct

Games developed

Game Developer Publisher Engine Release dates
Alien Earth Beam Software Playmates Interactive Entertainment, Funsoft, Throwback Entertainment
Windows
21 July 1998
Bop'N Wrestle Beam Software Mindscape, Ziggurat Interactive
DOS
1 May 1988
Windows
4 December 2020
DethKarz Melbourne House GT Interactive, Infogrames, Edusoft, Piko Interactive, Ziggurat Interactive
Windows
6 November 1998
GP500 Melbourne House Hasbro Interactive
Windows
13 October 1999
J.R.R. Tolkien's Riders of Rohan Beam Software, Papyrus Design Group Konami, Mirrorsoft
DOS
1 January 1990
Krush Kill 'N Destroy 2: Krossfire Beam Software Melbourne House, Infogrames, GT Interactive, Atari, Ziggurat Interactive
Windows
24 August 1998
Krush Kill 'N Destroy Xtreme Beam Software Electronic Arts, Atari, Ziggurat Interactive
Windows
14 October 1997
Le Mans 24 Hours Melbourne House Infogrames
Windows
24 May 2002
Nightshade (2019) Beam Software Piko Interactive, Bleem!
Windows
7 March 2019
Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings Beam Software Interplay Entertainment
DOS
1 January 1997
Windows
1 January 1997
Power Punch II Beam Software, American Softworks Piko Interactive
Windows
22 August 2019
Radical Rex Beam Software Piko Interactive
Windows
7 March 2019
The Crack of Doom Beam Software Melbourne House
DOS
1 January 1989
Mac OS
1 January 1989
The Dame Was Loaded Beam Software Philips Interactive Media, Piko Interactive, Ziggurat Interactive
DOS
30 April 1996
Windows
19 April 2018
macOS (OS X)
24 April 2018
Linux
19 April 2018
The Fellowship of the Ring Beam Software Melbourne House
DOS
1 January 1985
Mac OS
1 January 1987
The Hobbit Beam Software Melbourne House
DOS
1 January 1982
Mac OS
1 January 1987
The Shadows of Mordor Beam Software Melbourne House
DOS
1 January 1987
Mac OS
1 January 1988

Games published

Games ported to DOS

Game Developer Publisher Engine DOS release
Pole Position II Namco Mindscape 1 April 1989

Games ported to Windows

Game Developer Publisher Engine Windows release
Bug! Realtime Associates Sega 31 August 1996