Square Enix Europe
|Square Enix Europe|
|Founded||1984 (Domark Limited)|
1988 (The Sales Curve Limited)
October 16, 1989 (Big Red Software)
1990 (Domark Group Limited)
1994 (Sales Curve Interactive)
1996 (Eidos Interactive Limited)
1996 (SCi Entertainment Group plc)
1998 (Square Limited)
2003 (Square Enix Limited)
2008 (Eidos plc)
2009 (Square Enix Europe)
|Headquarters||London, England, U.K.|
|Key people||Dom Wheatley, Mark Strachan (Domark)|
Jane Cavanagh (The Sales Curve)
Paul Ranson (Big Red Software)
Square Enix Limited, doing business as Square Enix Europe, is an English developer and publisher.
The Sales Curve
The Sales Curve Limited was founded in 1988 by Jane Cavanagh.
Big Red Software
The Big Red Software Company Limited, doing business as Big Red Software, was founded by Paul Ranson on October 16, 1989.
Domark was renamed Domark Group Limited in 1990.
Sales Curve Interactive
In 1994, The Sales Curve was renamed Sales Curve Interactive.
In 1995, Eidos Public Limited Company acquired Domark, Simis, and Big Red Software, for £12.9 million.
On May 31, 1996, Domark, Simis, and Big Red Software were merged to create Eidos Interactive
SCi Entertainment Group and Kuju Entertainment
In 1996, Sales Curve Interactive entered the stock exchange and was renamed SCi Entertainment Group plc.
In March 1998, there was a management buyout of Simis from Eidos, with the resulting company being named Kuju Entertainment.
In May 2005, SCi purchased Eidos, the parent group of Eidos Interactive, and changed its name to Eidos plc in 2008.
Square Enix Europe
Eidos was acquired by Square Enix on November 9, 2009. The Eidos branches were consolidated into Square Enix Limited and the Square Enix Europe name was used by the resulting company.
Video games by The Sales Curve owned by the WEC Museum
|Rod Land||Game Boy||1993||The Game Boy version is on Retro-Bit Generations owned by the WEC Museum.|