Software Diversions, Inc.
Moraffware was formed in the mid 1980's by Steve Moraff. The company quickly became known for its well-made Mahjongg and jigzaw puzzle shareware and freeware games. In addition to puzzle games, the company also developed and published arcade, action and role-playing games.
Moraff's Revenge was the company's first 3D dungeon game for the PC. Moraff's PinBall was the first computer game created by Moraffware for IBM's introduction of VGA resolution.
The company began developing games for Windows in the 1990s. The company distributed games under the names Moraff Games and MoraffWare, as trademarked labels. Many of the company's freeware and shareware games were distributed through larger channels like AOL, Yahoo! and CNet.
In June 2004 the company name was changed to Software Diversions, Inc.