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Imagineering, based in Glen Rock, New Jersey, was the in-house studio of Absolute Entertainment. Many notable video games developed for Absolute include A Boy and his Blob, Battle Tank, Super Battletank and The Rescue of Princess Blobette. They are also best known for their video games developed for third-party publishers, such as Acclaim Entertainment, Hi Tech Expressions and T*HQ.
In every game Imagineering had produced for outside publishers, the following message always appears in the title screen and in the instruction booklet: "Developed by Imagineering Inc., Glen Rock N.J.". This blatant advertising practice of displaying their hometown in their games is considered a very rare practice among game developers and is probably why this town become famous among video gamers. However, they were not credited in Absolute's video games.
Lineup of games (non-Absolute video games)[edit | edit source]
1988[edit | edit source]
1989[edit | edit source]
1990[edit | edit source]
1991[edit | edit source]
- Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (NES)
- The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants (NES)
- The Simpsons: Bart vs. the World (NES)
- Bart Simpson's Escape from Camp Deadly (Game Boy)
- Family Feud (NES)
- Jeopardy! Featuring Alex Trebek (NES)
1992[edit | edit source]
- The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle and Friends (NES, Game Boy, Sega Genesis, SNES)
- Bartman Meets Radioactive Man (NES)
- Swamp Thing (NES, Game Boy)
1993[edit | edit source]
- Family Dog (SNES)