Bits Studios is founded by Fouad ‘Foo’ Katan.
The company reverse-engineers the NES and Game Boy and creates a functioning development system.
Chase HQ is released for the Game Boy. Loopz is unveiled for the NES.
Bits becomes known as BITS Ltd.
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, T2: Terminator 2: Judgment Day and R-type are released.
Castelian, R-type II and Space Football: One On One are the highlights (along with Sssnake for the Supervision).
The Amazing Spider-man Vs The Kingpin is released for the Game Gear.
Saigo No Nindou is released in Japan.
Bits produces some poorly received titles including Dream TV, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and No Escape.
The company is temporarily known as Bits Corporation before reverting to the original name of Bits Studios.
Itchy & Scratchy is Bits Studios’ final 16-bit cartridge game.
T-mek and Maximum Roadkill herald a move into PC gaming.
Bits signs a deal with Philips to make New Day, Cartoon Academy and Riqa.
Original game Nihilist is released for Windows PCS.
R-type DX is launched for Nintendo’s Game Boy Colour.
Bits is listed on the AIM market on the London Stock Exchange.
The wonderful Warlocked is released the Game Boy Colour.
Virtual Athlete and Lab Rat enter the online space under the subsidiary company Gamesmagnet, the latter attracts 40,000 players.
Die Hard: Vendetta is released for Xbox, PS2 and Gamecube.
Bits’ turnover is £994,000.
Rogue Ops is released as Bits Studios turnover is revealed to be £1.7 million.
Constantine is released as the company announces the development of The Man With No Name, aimed for 2006.
Bits Studios closes its doors.