Eurocom Entertainment Software was a British video game developer responsible for developing Crash Bash in 2000, as well as the GameCube port of Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex in 2002. Eurocom was also responsible for popular games such as Disney Universe, Dead Space, and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End. Eurocom was originally famous for its console to arcade connections. The first game that Eurocom developed was Magician for the 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System. At the time of Crash Bash’s release in 2000, Eurocom started to become a big name in the video game world, and in 2003, went on to obtain licenses to many big games. Eurocom eventually closed its doors on December 6, 2012.