|Publisher name||Digital Integration|
|Year of death||2004|
|Mother country||United Kingdom|
Based in Camberley, Surrey UK in the 1980s, Digital Integration was established in February 1982 by military computer flight control systems specialist Dave Marshall and military hardware engineer Rod Swift. In 1983, both founders left their successful positions at the Ministry of Defence and the Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE) Farnborough, respectively, to make Digital Integration a full-time venture in computer games development and publication.
In 1998, Digital Integration became a wholly owned subsidiary of Titus, but folded when the parent company went bankrupt in 2004.
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