Applied Computer Technology

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ACT logo designed by Louis Castle

Applied Computer Technology, Inc. (ACT) is a company in Las Vegas, Nevada, started by programmer Peter Filiberti and a partner after the closure of Sunware Development. It was incorporated on February 10, 1984. [1] Filiberti was Vice President, Operations and principal. He sold the company in 1993. [2]

Louis Castle and Brett Sperry worked at ACT before founding Westwood Studios.

Research Methods: Interviews, online resources (see Links)

Arcade[edit]

  • Big Bucks Trivia (Dynasoft)

Apple II[edit]

  • Impossible Mission (US Publisher: Epyx)

Commodore 64[edit]

  • Chopper Hunt (US Publisher: Imagic)
  • Moonsweeper (US Publisher: Imagic)
  • Nova Blast (US Publisher: Imagic; AU Publisher: HES)

Macintosh[edit]

  • Temple of Apshai Trilogy (US Publisher: Epyx)


Amusement, gaming, and other non-video game-related hardware and software were also developed at Applied Computer Technology. Those are listed on Peter Filiberti's resume.

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