|Headquarters||Carver Street, Sheffield, UK|
|Other Names||Just Micro
Gremlin Graphics was an English game developer founded in 1984 by Ian Stewart and Kevin Norburn. The company started out as Just Micro. At the end of 1996, the company bought out DMA Design. In 1999, the company was acquired by Infogrames. However, in 2003, Gremlin founder Ian Stewart bought back the rights to Gremlin's games.
Some of Gremlin's games have their sound outsourced to Imagitec Design. The sound driver was created by someone who went by the alias of "Mule the Top Lad". Music was written in Music Macro Language and fed into the driver. We have contacted many Gremlin employees, but none of them could identify the alias of this programmer. Barry Leitch was the only composer to use the sound engine.
- Barry Leitch
- Ben Daglish
- Hiroyuki Masuno - Composer for Top Gear (SNES); Under contract from Kemco.
- Neil Biggin
- Patrick Phelan
- Paul Hiley - Sound programmer.