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Hasbro Interactive

Hasbro Interactive was an American video game production and publishing subsidiary of Hasbro, the large game and toy company.

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Hasbro Interactive - Buy-back
... In 2005, Hasbro bought back the digital gaming rights for their properties from Atari for $65 million ... a 10 year exclusive deal to produce video games based on 10 key Hasbro franchises, including Dungeons Dragons, Monopoly, Scrabble, Game of Life, Battleship, Clue, Yahtzee, Simon, Risk and Boggle ... Hasbro bought back the digital rights to Transformers, My Little Pony, Tonka, Magic The Gathering, Connect Four, Candyland and Playskool ...
Axis & Allies (2004 Video Game) - Versions
... June 2, 1994 Axis Allies CD-i Hasbro Interactive Philips / CapDisc #1 August 20, 1998 Axis Allies CD Hasbro Interactive Hasbro Interactive #2 November 19, 1999 ...
Clue (video game) - Development
... called EAI Interactive ... The development team was divided between EAI's interactive division in Salt Lake City, Utah and its main office in Ames, Iowa ... Hasbro Interactive, the game's publisher, funded the project ...
Atari Interactive
... Atari Interactive is a name used by several separate groups and corporations since the mid-1990s ... From 1998 to 2001, Atari Interactive, Inc ... was the name of the corporate entity that held the Atari properties purchased from JTS by Hasbro in 1998, and functioned as the retro publishing subsidiary of Hasbro Interactive ...
Microplay Software - History - Under Hasbro Interactive (1998-2001)
... On August 14, 1998, Hasbro issued a $70 million cash tender offer to purchase all MicroProse's shares for $6 each ... This deal was completed on September 14, when Hasbro bought 91% of MicroProse's shares and announded that MicroProse had become a wholly owned subsidiary ... MicroProse was merged with Hasbro Interactive ...