In 1989, Mark Voorsanger and Greg Johnson formed the company because too many games left them wanting more.... More character, more humor, more Funk.
So TJ&E introduced the ToeJam & Earl series with the original ToeJam & Earl, followed by Ready-Aim-Tomatoes (a mini-game for Sega's light-gun), and Panic on Funkotron. Each was developed exclusively for the Sega Genesis and published by Sega of America.
TJ&E also created Orly's Draw-A-Story, a multi-award-winning CD-ROM for kids 5 to 14 (although some "older kids" admit to long, after-hour sessions). Orly was designed for PCs and Macs, and is published by Broderbund.
TJ&E's first work that SPOnG is aware of is the 1991 title, "Toe Jam and Earl" (Sega Megadrive).
The company has been involved titles released on the Xbox and Sega Megadrive.
The company's most recent involvement was on the 2003 release "Toe Jam and Earl III: Mission to Earth" (Xbox).