Berkeley Softworks

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Started in 1983 by Brian Dougherty, formerly of Mattel Electronics and Imagic, as The Softworks. Renamed Berkeley Softworks in 1985. Later became known for its GEOS operating system and was renamed yet again as GeoWorks in 1990. [1]

Research Methods: Actual mentions

As The Softworks[edit]

5200[edit]

  • H.E.R.O. (US Publisher: Activision) [Steve DeFrisco]

Atari 8-bit[edit]

  • H.E.R.O. (US Publisher: Activision) [Steve DeFrisco]

ColecoVision[edit]

  • H.E.R.O. (US Publisher: Activision)

Commodore 64[edit]

  • H.E.R.O. (US Publisher: Activision)

As Berkeley Softworks[edit]

Action Max[edit]

  • .38 Ambush Alley (technical consulting)
  • Hydrosub: 2021 (technical consulting)
  • The Rescue of Pops Ghostly (technical consulting)
  • Sonic Fury (technical consulting)

Apple II[edit]

  • Karate Champ (US Publisher: Data East)
  • Kung-Fu Master (US Publisher: Data East)

Commodore 64[edit]

  • Karate Champ (US Publisher: Data East)
  • Kung-Fu Master (US Publisher: Data East)