Bit Managers






Barcelona, Spain

Parent Company:

N/A (Private)

Alternative Names:

New Frontier (1998 - 1992)


Bit Managers was a Spanish video game developer based in Barcelona.

The company was founded in 1988 as New Frontier and initially programmed games for ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, and MSX computer systems. The company changed its name to Bit Managers in 1992.

In 1997, Bit Managers struck a deal with Acclaim Entertainment to develop several Turok spin-off games to Nintendo's handheld consoles; these games were tie-ins released alongside core, home console titles in the series.

Music for the handheld Turok games, as well as for all other games developed by Bit Managers, was composed Alberto Jose Gonzalez, the founder of the company.

Turok games developedEdit

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