These game studios where owned, closed and sold by Sierra Entertainment you can find the years and locations. This page is a continuation from the Sierra Entertainment page nothing else.
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- Bright Star Technology in Bellevue, Washington, founded 1980, acquired 1992.
- Green Thumb Software, acquired in 1995.
- Berkeley Systems in Berkeley, California, founded in 1987, acquired in 1997, closed 2000.
- Dynamix in Eugene, Oregon, founded 1984, acquired August 1990, closed August 14, 2001.
- Front Page Sports, closed Jan 28, 1998.
- Impressions Games in Cambridge, Massachusetts, founded 1989, acquired 1995, closed 2004.
- Papyrus Design Group in Watertown, Massachusetts, founded in 1987, acquired 1995, closed 2004.
- PyroTechnix, founded as Computer Presentation, acquired February 1996, closed in 1999.
- Yosemite Entertainment in Oakhurst, California, formed in 1998, closed in 1999 then sold to Codemasters that year.
Merged with Activision Edit
- High Moon Studios in San Diego, California, founded in 2001, acquired by Vivendi Games in 2006.
- Radical Entertainment in Vancouver, Canada, founded in 1991, acquired by Vivendi Games in 2005.
- Headgate Studios in Bountiful, Utah, founded in 1992, acquired April 1996, sold to original owner in 1999.
- Massive Entertainment in Malmö, Sweden, founded in 1997, acquired by Vivendi Games in 2002, sold to Ubisoft on November 10, 2008.
- Swordfish Studios in Birmingham, England, founded in September 2002, acquired by Vivendi Games in June 2005, sold to Codemasters on November 14, 2008.
- Synergistic Studios, founded in 1978, acquired in 1996, studio closed in 1999.
- Coktel Vision in Paris, France, founded in 1985, acquired in 1993, sold to Mindscape in 2005
Sierra Home titles Edit
- Generations 1–8 – A family tree program for Windows 95–98
- Power Chess – A game that teaches how to play chess
- Hoyle Card Games – A collection of popular card games such as Poker, Bridge, Euchre, Hearts, Spades
- Hoyle Board Games – A collection of popular board games
- Hoyle Puzzle Games
- Hallmark Card Studio – Publishing rights later given to Nova