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'''Absolute Entertainment''', later known as just '''Absolute''', was a software developing and publishing company created by former Activision employee Garry Kitchen. It first published Atari 2600 games and then moved on to publishing NES and Gameboy games, its most popular being A Boy And His Blob.
 
'''Absolute Entertainment''', later known as just '''Absolute''', was a software developing and publishing company created by former Activision employee Garry Kitchen. It first published Atari 2600 games and then moved on to publishing NES and Gameboy games, its most popular being A Boy And His Blob.
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Latest revision as of 22:19, 14 September 2015

Absolute Entertainment, later known as just Absolute, was a software developing and publishing company created by former Activision employee Garry Kitchen. It first published Atari 2600 games and then moved on to publishing NES and Gameboy games, its most popular being A Boy And His Blob.