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A software house which concentrated exclusively on marketing software written by third-party developers, rather than having a full-time in-house coding team. The name Domark came from the two founders, Dominic Wheatley and Mark Strachan. Domark became part of Eidos Interactive in 1995.

Domark were a video game software house based in the United Kingdom. The name was derived from the given names of its founders, Dominic Wheatley and Mark Strachan. Domark developed and published a number of games for all of the popular formats of the day including the CPC during the 1980's and into the beginning of the 90's.

A conduit for third party software, Domark tended to obtain licences and arcade ports and farm them out to developers to produce on their behalf or simply publish games brought to them by their affiliate software houses.

In 1995, Domark merged with Eidos Technologies, Simis and Big Red Games to form the Eidos Interactive group.

Releases for CPC (As Domark)

Releases for CPC (As Streetwise)

Releases for CPC (As TV Games)