Thalion Software

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Thalion Software
IndustryVideo games
Defunct1994 (1994)
Number of employees
11[1] (1992)

Thalion Software was formed by members of the Atari ST demoscene in October 1988, in Gütersloh, Germany. The main aim of Thalion Software was to produce cutting edge technology games. Despite the technical quality, sales of the games never really matched expectations and by the end of 1994 the developers had left and the company eventually closed. The two founders were Erik Simon (of The Exceptions) and Holger Flöttmann. Flöttmann later went on to found another video games company, Ascaron.

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  1. ^ "Le petit coin desdemos". ST Magazine (in French). No. 57. SARL Pressimage. January 1992. pp. 132–135. Disons qu'il y a onze personnes à temps plein.

An in depth article on the story of Thalion appeared in issue 126 of Retro Gamer magazine

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