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.