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Cinemaware’s classic titles in chronological order:

Defender of the Crown (swashbuckling movies; 1986, Apple IIGS, Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, NES, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, DOS, Macintosh)
S.D.I. (Cold war era space drama; 1986, Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, DOS, Macintosh)
The King of Chicago (inspired by mob movies; 1987, Apple IIGS, Amiga, Atari ST, DOS, Macintosh)
Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon (Sinbad and Arabian nights movies; 1987, Apple IIGS, Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS)
The Three Stooges (The Three Stooges movies; 1987, Apple IIGS, Amiga, Commodore 64, DOS, NES)
Rocket Ranger (1950s science fiction serials; 1988, Apple IIGS, Amiga, Commodore 64, DOS, NES)
TV Sports: Football (1988, Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS)
Lords of the Rising Sun (Japanese Samurai movies; 1988, Amiga, Atari ST, DOS)
It Came from the Desert (1950s science fiction/monster movies; 1989, Amiga, Atari ST, Mega Drive, Turbo Grafx 16, DOS)
The Kristal (1989, Amiga, Atari ST, DOS)
TV Sports: Baseball (1989, Amiga)
TV Sports: Basketball (1990, Amiga, DOS)
Antheads: It Came from the Desert 2 (1990, Amiga)
Wings (World War I movies; 1990, Amiga)
TV Sports: Boxing (1991, Amiga, DOS)

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Cinemaware Inc. (2000-2005)

[font=sans-serif][size=3]Lars Fuhrken-Batista later bought the Cinemaware trademark and associated intellectual property, founding Cinemaware Inc. in 2000.[sup][1][/url][/sup] Cinemaware immediately developed recreations of its popular past titles, updated for [url=“”]Microsoft Windows[/url] and the [url=“”]Apple Macintosh[/url]. Dubbed the “Digitally Remastered” editions, these games feature the same gameplay as the originals, but with updated graphics. They also ported some of their older games to handheld systems, such as the [url=“”]Game Boy Advance.[/size][/font]
[font=sans-serif][size=3]On their website, they have also released disk images[/url] of their original titles for use with [url=“”]emulators[/url] and some are emulated via [url=“”]Shockwave.[/size][/font]
[font=sans-serif][size=3]The new Cinemaware also developed modern retakes on their classic games. Their first game in this endeavour was [i]Robin Hood: Defender of the Crown[/url][/i]which features a modern [url=“”]3D[/url] [url=“”]engine[/url]. It debuted in September 2003 on Windows, [url=“”]PlayStation 2[/url] and [url=“”]Xbox[/url]. Sales of this title seemed to have suffered due to insufficient [url=“”]marketing and poor reviews.[/size][/font]
[font=sans-serif][size=3]Since the 1.02 patch[/url] for [i]Robin Hood: Defender of the Crown[/i] in December 2003, Cinemaware has made no official announcements for its other [url=“”]games[/url]. One [url=“”]developer[/url] made a statement in the website’s [url=“”]forums in October 2004 stating Cinemaware is still working on these projects, but no other announcements have been made since.[/size][/font]
[]Robin Hood: Defender of the Crown (2003, PS2, Xbox, Windows)
]Defender of the Crown (GBA)
[][i]The Three Stooges[/url][/i] (GBA, [url=“”]PlayStation)
]Wings (2003, GBA)
[]Defender of the Crown: Digitally Remastered Edition (Windows, Macintosh)
]The Three Stooges: Digitally Remastered Edition (2002, Windows, Mac)
[]Wings: Digitally Remastered Edition (postponed, Windows, Mac)
]Lords of the Rising Sun: Digitally Remastered Edition (postponed, Windows, Mac)

[font=sans-serif][size=3]Main article: eGames[/size][/font]
[font=sans-serif][size=3]On October 6, 2005, Cinemaware was acquired by predominantly family oriented game publisher eGames, Inc.[/url], and Lars Furken-Batista became Vice President of Development.[sup][url=“”][1][/url][/sup] Shortly after the acquisition, eGames announced the launch of Cinemaware Marquee, a publishing label to be used to bring new games to the U.S. market. Their first published game was [i][url=“”]Space Rangers 2[/url][/i], a critically acclaimed space-adventure. They have also brought retail releases of [i][url=“”]Darwinia[/url][/i] from [url=“”]Introversion Software[/url], [i][url=“”]Moscow to Berlin[/url][/i] from [url=“”]Monte Cristo[/url] and [i][url=“”]Neighbours from Hell: On Vacation[/url][/i] and [i][url=“”]Buccanneer’s Bounty[/url][/i]from German publisher [url=“”]Ascaron to the American market.[/size][/font]
[font=sans-serif][size=3]In 2007, eGames released an Adobe Flash[/url] version of [i][url=“”]Defender of the Crown[/url][/i] for download via their website, entitled [i]Defender of the Crown: Heroes Live Forever[/i].[sup][url=“”][2][/sup][/size][/font]