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Mountain King Studios Inc.

Mountain King Studios is a US development studio originally established as Cygnus Studios, Inc. (or Cygnus Software) by Scott Host.
Raptor: Call of the Shadows

MVP Software

MVP Software was founded in 1985 as a hobby by Dave Snyder, the owner of the company. In the early years Dave wrote software for the Sanyo 550 series of computers and sold it directly to Sanyo users through magazine advertisements, reviews, and word of mouth. In 1987 MVP began publishing the work of others who had written software for the Sanyo. By 1991 MVP was growing, and Dave began to work with the company full-time. It was also during that year that the company came to be recognized as a publisher of shareware games for the PC. Since 1991 MVP has released many shareware games, and since 1992 it has developed many retail games. The company is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
King Arthurs K.O.R.T. Deluxe

Mythos Games Ltd.

Magic and Mayhem

Mythos Software, Inc.

Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes

Namco Limited

Pacman

Naughty Dog, Inc.

Naughty Dog was founded in 1984 by the then-sixteen-year-old Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin. In their own words, they "needed money to buy video games and stuff", so they "worked hard, and that's the whole story". The company started as JAM software The first game it sold was Ski Crazed for Apple II. Jam Software also created Dream Zone (1988), a graphic adventure that was one of the first ones to support the PC's VGA graphics standard. Both of these early games were published by Baudville.
1000 MIGLIA, Keef the Thief

New World Computing

The company founded in 1984 was a developer and publisher of primarily RPG and strategy games for PCs and consoles. In 1996 they were acquired by 3DO.
King's Bounty, Nuclear War, Planet's Edge, Iron Cross

Nihon Falcom Corp.

Nihon Falcom (日本ファルコム) is a Japanese game developer based in Tachikawa, Tokyo. The company was founded in March 1981 by Masayuki Katō, who remained its chairman during subsequent years. Falcom initially focused on producing games for Japanese home computers (later PC Windows), though many of their most popular titles were ported to various console systems as well. In 2001 Falcom was incorporated. Falcom was one of the pioneers of the action RPG genre, to which most of their best-known games belong. With their Dragon Slayer, Xanadu, and Ys series of action RPGs the company has established itself as one of the most influential developers in the genre. One of the key features in many of their games (particularly early titles) was "bumping" combat, which made action-based battles possible without the use of a separate "action" key or button. They were also the fist company to apply vocals to game music, the first to have their own band consisting of professional musicians (the Falcom Sound Team JDK), and the first to produce separately available game music CDs.
Sorcerian, Ancient Land of Ys

Noch Software Inc.

Atlantis

Northwest Software

Empire - Wargame of the Century

Northwest Synergistic Software

Northwest Synergistic Software was a US game development and publishing company founded in 1978 in Seattle as Synergistic Software by Robert C. Clardy and Ann Dickens Clardy. In the IBM PC DOS era the company became known for its porting work.
Conan The Cimmerian

NovaLogic, Inc.

Founded in 1985, by CEO John A. Garcia, NovaLogic Inc. is a developer and global publisher of computer games for the PC, PlayStation® and PlayStation® 2 game consoles, NINTENDO GAMECUBE and Xbox video game system.
Armored Fist

Novell

Netwars

Novotrade Software Kft.

Appaloosa Interactive Corporation was a Hungarian game development studio founded by András Császár and Stephen J. Friedman. It was established in 1983 as Novotrade Software Kft. by 4 banks and 93 enterprises as a way to get hold of foreign currency, of which the supply was always low in the eastern bloc. The company also made computer programs and TV commercials. An office in California (USA) was also opened in 1983, possibly with the name Novotrade International LLC. When Hungary became a republic in October 1989 after shaking off the communist regime, the operations in Hungary and the USA were joined with the establishment of Novotrade International, Inc. In addition the name was changed to Appaloosa Interactive Corporation on 4th November 1996. In the nineties the company was especially known for creating games for SEGA consoles, most notably in the Ecco the Dolphin series. The company was closed in 2006.
Impossible Mission II, Peter Pan

Ocean Software Ltd.

Known as Bandai Namco Entertainment UK Ltd.
Central Intelligence, Elf, Jurassic Park

Odysseus Software

Sink or Swim

Omega Integral Systems

Highway Hunter

Omegavision

Crown

Omnitrend Software, Inc.

Omnitrend Software, Inc. was founded by Thomas R. Carbone in 1979 and is a privately held business software company that branched out into computer game development during the 1980s. The company developed the three-game Universe series, Paladin, the Breach games, and two Rules of Engagement games.
Rules of Engagement, Rules of Engagement 2

OPeNBooK Co., Ltd.

OPeNBooK Co., Ltd. was a Japanese company founded in 1993 by Yoot Saito.
Sim Tower