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Founded: 1982
Merged into: Hasbro Interactive (1998)
Headquarters: Maryland, United States

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MicroProse was an American video game publisher and developer founded by "Wild" 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 Civilization and X-COM series. Most of their internally developed titles were vehicle simulation and strategy games.

MicroProse was purchased by Hasbro Interactive in 1998. The name continued to be used until the Hasbro Interactive division was purchased by Infogrames in 2001.



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