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Tiertex is a company that was formed by Wes Weasley in 1987 to make games, cartoons and YouTube poops, however they are known for poor quality, short development cycles (rushed) and full of mistakes. They also temporarily owned a Japanese studio called Toei from 1992-1997 and they are frequently mistaken for US Gold for some reason. It is located in a converted house somewhere in Manchester. They also bought Koopone Production Ltd., in June 2001 for 2 bucks and half a melted ice cream.


  • Wes Weasley (founder) (chief executive officer, 1987-now)
  • Mario (writer, 1990-1991)
  • Rowby Goren (writer, 1992-now)
  • Furnessly (worker, 2007)
  • Rudy Larriva (worker, 1987-now)
  • Miles Prower (other, 1987-1988)
  • Dave Stead (programmer, 1991-1996)
  • John Prince (programmer, 1987-now)
  • Barry Armstrong
  • Chris Simcock
  • Daniel Curley
  • Jeremy Sherlock (programmer, 1991-1996)
  • A Flock of Seagulls (music, 1987-1992)
  • John Hancock (music, 1992-1996)
  • Mark Ortiz (music, 1996-now)
  • Gregory Edgeworth (legal, 1987-1990)
The unreleased NES proto of Mah Boi: The Game.


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When Stegblob Gets Bored Special Edition
  • Super Mama Luigi Bros. (1987)
  • Mah Boi: The Game American NES proto (1988, unreleased translation of the Famicom game by Tokyo Rock City Games)
  • Wario's Wood (1988, their only adult game. It was discontinued later that year, due to bad sales.)
  • Mama Luigi Goes Shopping (1989)
  • Human Killing Machine (1989, a bad ripoff of the original Street Fighter)
  • The Flintstones (1989 for the Sega Master System.)
  • Sonic Edusoft (1991)
  • Turbo OutRun (1991)
  • Action 52 (1991)
  • Olympic Gold - Barcelona 1992 (1992)
  • Tiertex Demo (1992, but strangely released)
  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1992)
  • Strider Returns (1992)
  • Star Wars [Master System] (1992)
  • Greenback Koopa (1993)
  • Winter Olympics - Lillehammer 94 (1993)
  • Flashback (1994, CD-i/SNES - a surprising port of a really good game...)
  • World Cup USA 94 (1994, first ever game made in wide-screen)
  • Shaq Fu (1994)
  • Sonic The Hedgehog CD-i (1995)
  • Hotel Mario 2: The 8 Koopaling Hotels (1995, unreleased)
  • John Madden NFL 96 (1995)
  • Donkey Kong CD-i (1996)
  • Madden NFL 97 (1996)
  • Pipe Kicker Starring Blue Koopa (1997, released only in Mexico and Germany.)
  • Madden NFL 98 (1997)
  • World Cup France 98 (Game Boy version) (1998)
  • Superman 64 (1999)
  • Taggart (1999?)
  • FIFA 2000 (Game Boy Color version) (1999)
  • MUGEN (1999)
  • Mah Boi: The Game (Dreamcast version) (1999)
  • Homestar Hair (made in Prance) (2000, PC)
  • When Stegblob Gets Bored (2000)
  • When Stegblob Gets Bored Special Edition (11/9/2001)
  • Big Rigs (2003)
  • Koopa Koopa Football Players (2006, Wii)
  • Robo-Ninjas and the Trustworthy Grasslands/Makoto Kino no Mecha-ninjas (2007)
  • Robotnik and Makoto Kino at the Olympic Games (2007, Japanese unit - miscredited as TOSE)
  • Poop Adventure (2007, PC)
  • NO-tel Mario (2009, CD-i)
  • Froggo's Cup Cake Quest (Rumoured to be in development)
  • Robotnik and Makoto Kino at the Olympic Winter Games (2009)


  • Battlefield Earth (2000)
  • Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002)
  • Catwoman (2004)
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks (2007)
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (2009)


  • Donkey Kong Jones and the Last Banana (1990)
  • Mama Luigi (1991 with DiC)
  • Sailor Moon (1992-1998, Japanese unit)
  • Robotnik's Exciting Adventure (1994)
  • Zorro & the King of Hyrule (1996)
  • One Piece (Japanese unit) (one of their few products that's actually good, likely because it was produced after Toei disbanded from them)
  • Hotel Mario: Flash (2005 on Quebec Gamers)

Youtube Poops

  • Spaced-Out Usagi (approved by Warner Bros.)
  • Rudy Larriva Meets Makoto Kino
  • Makoto Kino vs. the Robo-Ninjas
  • Makoto Kino Farting Out All Over
  • Makoto Kino's Sexy Suspender Striptease

Rumored Youtube Poops

  • Sailor Sonic Sez
  • Intro - SAILOR POOP



"Nazis programmed this piece of shit!" - Fat Mann Judgeth on Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

"Tiertex must die!" - fulgenzio on every game, poop and cartoon that they made

"Sailor Moon was absolutely vomit. The animation is very stiff, off model and sometimes add a silly effect to be flexible. Voice acting is pretty bad, music is sleepy and the names of the episodes made no sense. Plus it was a bad ripoff of Sonic the Hedgehog and Captain Planet. That's why we ditched it on our schedule." - Fox Kids Europe 1997

"When Stegblob was Bored was announced, I couldn't wait to play it but it was the worst game I have ever played. Poor collision detection, poor controls, poor graphics, poor sound, poor everything. Also there was no scene with Robotnik going Penish like they promised - a mockery for a brilliant person." - Offical (insert console here) Magazine.

"At least it has Sonic R music in. Rest is awful." - Matt Newman on Makoto Humps Usagi poop.

"I would rather eat vomited vomit than play this piece of shit."- The Angry Video Game Nerd on Donkey Kong CD-i.

"Tiertex, sound like Uwe Boll of video game companies." - stormloss on their first game.

"This Youtube poop SUCKS DICK!!!!!!" - Deepercutt after finishing his cereal.

"This shucks!" - Robotnik on Super Mama Luigi Bros.

"It stinks!" - Jay Sherman on everything they've made.

"It burns!" - Ganon on Mama Luigi goes Shopping.

"Delete that crap!" - Strong Bad upon receiving a sample of their "Homestar Hair" game.

"I rather eat my shit than play this." The Angry Video Game Nerd on Sonic The Hedgehog on CD-i.


In total, Tiertex products have been played/viewed by a select number of undisclosed people which is most of Europe actually. They would rather have it remain that way.


  • Furnessly may have got AIDS during his first day in the company and left after their third poop.
  • Reactions by IGN, Fat Mann Judgeth, Lemon Amiga, Golden Age Cartoons, Youtube and the YouTube Poop community are all negative.
  • The Electric Cheese sued Tiertex for using his remixes during the Koopa Koopa Football Players game, they were later replaced with Bison shouting YES! WB also sued them for ripping off Spaced-Out Bunny, Bugs Bunny and Captain Planet.
  • Rumoured to have done The Return of Greenback Koopa, part of A Double Feature, There's Been a Murder and the CD-i system, but these aren't confirmed.
  • Koopone declared War on Tiertex after finding out how badly he was ripped-off, and after playing a Tiertex game.
  • Girlaph is rumoured to be one of the uncredited workers but more proof is needed.
  • Only used Overture once but the name was reused in their Turbo OutRun port.
  • Once sued Miles Prower for no reason in 1988. The judge dismissed this case, and fined Tiertex $1295.31 for wasting the court's time. In the end, they would be out $1295.31 and without Miles Prower.

External Links

Koopone Production Ltd.

Tiertex bought this film and game company in 2001. They were originally founded in 1954 in Philadelphia by Koopone.


  • Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959)
  • Manos: The Hands of Fate (1966)
  • E.T. (Atari 2600) (1982)
  • The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987)
  • Drop Dead Fred (1991)
  • White Men Can't Jump (1995)
  • Son of the Mask (2005)
  • Trans-Clown-O-Morphs (2008)
  • Stalin Vs. Martians (2009)
  • G-Force (2009) (not related to Gatchaman)