Image Works was a publishing label of video games publisher Mirrorsoft created in 1988. The first two games published under the Image Works label were Fernandez Must Die and Foxx Fights Back. Until the demise of Mirrorsoft in 1992, games were published on ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, C64, Amiga, Atari ST, PC as well as others platforms. Image Works briefly traded under the name 'Imagiworks' and used the slogan 'Believe in the power of imagination'; the label reverted to 'Image Works' and dropped the slogan after a poor write-up from most critics.
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