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Virgin Interactive was a British video game developer and publisher.  It was formed as Virgin Games in 1987 when Virgin purchased the publishing label Mastertronic.
'''Virgin Interactive''' was a British video game developer and publisher.  It was formed as Virgin Games in 1987 when Virgin purchased the publishing label Mastertronic.


It published the early adventure games by [[Revolution|Revolution Software]], [[Lure of the Temptress]] [[Beneath a Steel Sky]], and [[Broken Sword 1|Broken Sword]], as well as [[The 7th Guest]], [[The 11th Hour]], and [[Clandestiny]] by [[Trilobyte]].
It published the early adventure games by [[Revolution|Revolution Software]], including ''[[Lure of the Temptress]]'', ''[[Beneath a Steel Sky]]'', ''[[Broken Sword 1|Broken Sword]]'', and ''[[Broken Sword 2|Broken Sword II]]''.  They also published ''[[Wonderland]]'' by [[Magnetic Scrolls]], ''[[The 7th Guest]]'', ''[[The 11th Hour]]'', and ''[[Clandestiny]]'' by [[Trilobyte]], and ''[[Curse of Enchantia]]'' by [[Core Design]]


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