The Oliver TWINS

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Easyart - 1985 (Interceptor Micros) Amstrad CPC
Killapede - 1986 (The Power House, Players) Amstrad CPC
Magic Clock - 1986 (Players) Amstrad CPC
Micro Graphics Pack - 1986 (Interceptor Micros) Amstrad CPC
Panda Sprites - 1986 (Interceptor Micros) Amstrad CPC
Super Robin Hood - 1986 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Ghost Hunters - 1987 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Grand Prix Simulator - 1987 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Dizzy - 1987 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Professional Ski Simulator - 1987 (Codemasters, Serie Leyenda) Amstrad CPC
3D Starfighter - 1987 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
BMX Simulator 2 - 1988 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Fruit Machine Simulator - 1988 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Treasure Island Dizzy - 1988 (Codemasters, Edos) Amstrad CPC
Advanced Pinball Simulator - 1988 (Codemasters, Serie Leyenda) Amstrad CPC
Professional Bmx Simulator - 1988 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Fast Food - 1988 (Codemasters, Zirok, Telesys) Amstrad CPC
Championship Jet Ski Simulator - 1989 (Codemasters, Serie Leyenda) Amstrad CPC
Ghostbusters II - 1989 (Activision, The Hit Squad, Salu) Amstrad CPC
Grand Prix Simulator 2 - 1989 (Codemasters, IBSA) Amstrad CPC
The Race Against Time - 1989 (Codemasters, Serma) Amstrad CPC
Jet Bike Simulator - 1989 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Operation Gunship - 1989 (Serie Leyenda, Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Fantasy World Dizzy - 1989 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Kwik Snax - 1989 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Dizzy Panic - 1990 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC
Dizzy Down The Rapids - 1991 (Codemasters) Amstrad CPC

Andrew Nicholas Oliver and Philip Edward Oliver , together known as the Oliver Twins, are British twin brothers and video game designers.

They began to professionally develop computer games while they were still at school, contributing their first type-in game to a magazine in 1983. They worked with publishers Codemasters for a number of years following their first collaboration Super Robin Hood , creating the Dizzy series of games and many of Codemasters ' Simulator Series games. At one point during the 1980s it was reported that 7% of all UK games sales were attributable to the Oliver Twins.

In 1990 they founded Interactive Studios which later became Blitz Games Studios. In October 2013 they founded Radiant Worlds, based in Leamington Spa, with long time friend and colleague Richard Smithies.

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