Digital Integration Ltd. was based in Camberley, Surrey, in the United Kingdom and was founded in the 1980s. The company was best known for creating flight and racing simulations for the Amiga, Amstrad, Atari, ZX Spectrum, Commodore and PC platforms. Action Sixteen and Dream Factory were two of the publishing labels used by the company in the early days, especially for 16-bit releases.
In 1998 Digital Integration became a wholly owned subsidiary of Titus Games plc, the holding company for Titus Interactive, and continued to operate as usual using its own name and identity. In 2001, Digital Integration released Top Gun: Combat Zones, their first game for the GameCube and PlayStation 2 as well as Windows.
When Titus Interactive went bankrupt in 2005, it supposedly did not effect Titus' international subsidiaries which included Digital Integration. However, nothing has been heard from the company since that time and it appears to have faded into the woodwork.
By 2012 Digital Integration's IP is owned by iEntertainment Network.