Erbe Software was one of the main video game developers and distributors in Spain during the golden age of Spanish software. It was founded in 1984 by Andrew Bagney and Paco Pastor In its beginnings, Erbe was a developer that launched titles like "Las tres luces de Glaurung" in 1986, and Whopper Chase, commissioned by the multinational Burger King for give it away to their clients, in 1989, which will be their last development before dedicating herself exclusively to distribution. Erbe's internal development team then moved to Topo Soft. Erbe Software distributed to many of the leading national and international video game houses of the time, such as Topo Soft, Nintendo, Ocean Software, U.S. Gold, Imagine, Mikro Gen, Ultimate, SEGA, Lucasfilm Games, among others. February 2, 1993, an arson, according to the Madrid fire department destroys the company's warehouse in Móstoles, destroying some 50,000 Game Boy and Super Nintendo consoles. Between February 24 and March 3, 1993, Erbe suffered a serious crisis in which he lost the exclusive distribution of Nintendo, one of his most important accounts. At the end of the 90s, Erbe was absorbed by Anaya Interactiva and disappeared as a brand. Shortly after, Anaya sold what was left of the company to Havas Interactive, owned by what is now Activision Blizzard.