Founder: Jonathan Newth
Simis was a video game development company founded by Jonathan Newth, Chris Tubbs, Dave Payne and Ian Baverstock in 1989. In 1995 Simis merged with Eidos Technologies, Domark and Big Red Software to form the Eidos Interactive group. Wikipedia
- 1989: Founded
- 1989: Interdictor: one of the most successful games for the Acorn Archimedes.
- 1990: MiG-29 Fulcrum by Domark (1990)
- 1991: the original version of Flight Sim Toolkit was released on the Archimedes A3000 as Flight Sim Toolkit for the Archimedes
- 1991: Simis releases its first mass market title MiG-29M Super Fulcrum (1991) across PC, Amiga and Atari platforms through veteran publisher Domark across Europe.
- 1992: Simis develops its first worldwide title SVGA Harrier Assault (1992).
- 1993: Flight Sim Toolkit released for the PC.
- 1994: Flight Sim Toolkit - World War 2
- 1994: Simis delivers its biggest defence project to date, multiple Rapier Part Task Trainers for the Royal Air Force of Oman.
- 1995: Simis joins with its major customer Domark as part of a merger with Eidos plc.
- 1996: Terracide: One of the worlds first 3D accelerated games launched.
- 1997: Kuju Entertainment established. In March Kuju buys Simis from Eidos and releases Team Apache (1998) by Simis.
- 2001: Kuju Entertainment releases Ka-52 Team Alligator.
- Flight Sim Toolkit '98