From Sega Retro
Everything pre-1978 Gremlin-related is out of scope. When Sega Retro was started, we thought Sega might have been involved somehow with Blockade and its successors, but I don't think that's the case.
Theoretically the pages should be removed... but given that nobody else is ever likely to cover Gremlin's work, I'd feel a bit guilty scrapping the pages we've hosted for the best part of a decade. I'm going to make sure the developer/publisher names are all correct, but it's worth pointing out - these games are not related to Sega.
Incidentally if we do decide to absorb Gremlin as a token of good faith, their history dates back to 1971, and their first "game" is 1973's "Play Ball". It's a bit like Nintendo's Game & Watch, but its a massive thing you stick to a wall, and pre-dates Nintendo's inventions by 7 years. -Black Squirrel (talk) 13:22, 24 November 2018 (CST)