LEGEND in simulation .

building games since 1982

Future era defining simulation .

New revolutionary 3D planetary engine .

New generation of the combat simulators .

Global scale combat simulators .

Global ground combat .

What We Do .

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Develop.

We are currently developing the next generation of simulation games on global scale. Stay tuned for more information.

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Produce.

We are helping to produce many independent games from small inovative game teams.

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Discover Talents.

Maybe we can help bring your game to the market with funding and guidance, feel free to email us at

innovation@microprose.com

Flying Fortress

MicroProse has a strong history producing quality simulation and strategy games and in the future will continue this tradition. Games like B-17 Flying Fortress were released back in 1992 and remake B-17 Flying Fortress The Mighty Eighth in 2000.

In the future, MicroProse will look to add to this era once again on a large scale.

Falcon

The Falcon Series is one of the most successful flight simulation and longest-running game franchises in history still being used today. MicroProse is committed to producing the next generation of flight and combat simulation games on a truly global level.

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Modernized combat simulation

Small team support .

Do you have original ideas?

Have a game you need to get off the ground, then contact us and see if we can help.

Have a game that is highly developed?

Need someone to help you publish your project, then contact us.

Seeking investor?

We are always looking for opportunities to help with interesting and innovative projects.

About us .

History

American video game publisher and developer founded by Bill Stealey and Sid Meier in 1982. It developed and published numerous games, many of which are regarded as groundbreaking, classics and cult titles, including starting the Falcon, F15 Strike Eagle, Silent Service, Civilization and X-COM series and many more. Most of the internally developed titles were vehicle-based simulation and strategy games. Hasbro acquired Microprose in 1998 in a merger transaction valued at $250 million. Hasbro Interactive then changed to Infogrames which later became Atari. In 2007 Interactive Game Group acquired it from Atari Interactive. The MicroProse brand is now owned by David Lagettie.

Microprose future projects covers various development areas including
WHOLE of EARTH GLOBAL RENDERING FPS games and simulators.