Founded in 1984
Closed in 1995
Their primary purpose was to publish popular American Commodore 64 games in the UK and Europe and convert them to other popular 8-bit home computer formats in the European market, such as the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC.
In 1996 was acquired by Eidos and the brand was discontinued.
Often mistakenly called US Gold.
It is known for 194x, Alien Storm, Bionic Commando, Eye of the Beholder, Final Fight, Flashback, Gauntlet, Ghosts 'n Goblins, Heroes of Dragonlance, Impossible Mission, James Pond, Kick Off, Leader Board Golf, Mad Mix series, Mega Man, Might and Magic, Miner 2049er, Nebulus, Northland Trilogy, OutRun, Paperboy, Pool of Radiance, Road Rash, Rolling Thunder, Rygar, Shinobi, Spy Hunter, Stellar 7, Street Fighter, Strider, Tenchi wo Kurau, Tex Murphy, Xevious, Zaxxon
Releases per year
|ZX Spectrum 128||8|
U.S. Gold best rated games
|Cruise For a Corpse||1991||ocs|
|Street Fighter II||?||cpc|
|Flashback: The Quest for Identity||1993||gen|
|Moonwalker: The Computer Game||1989||ocs|
|Killed Until Dead||1987||spc|
|World Class Leader Board||1987||c64|
U.S. Gold worst games
|Side Arms: Hyper Dyne||1988||cpc|