Eastridge Technology

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Eastridge Technology is a computer software development firm founded by Nick Eastridge in 1985. It is located in Princeton, New Jersey. [1] When Eastridge worked with Majesco and Hasbro, he used the penname Ned Ludd.

Research Methods: Actual mentions, code comparisons, interviews, shared staff

Amiga[edit]

  • Wing Commander (unreleased version?)
Eastridge was converting the game to Amiga at one point, according to The One magazine.

DOS[edit]

  • Dark Castle (US Publisher: Three-Sixty Pacific; EU Publisher: Mirrorsoft)

Game Boy[edit]

  • Gauntlet II (US/EU Publisher: Mindscape)
  • Miner 2049er (US Publisher: Mindscape)
  • Paperboy (US/EU Publisher: Mindscape)
  • Paperboy 2 (US/EU Publisher: Mindscape)
Graphics: Gray Matter?
  • Pit-Fighter (US/EU Publisher: THQ)
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show: Veediots (US/EU Publisher: THQ)
Graphics?: Gray Matter [2]; ?: Panoramic Software
  • Super Battletank (some programming?) (US/EU Publisher: Absolute Entertainment)
[Some?] Programming: Panoramic Software
  • WWF King of the Ring (programming) (US/EU Publisher: LJN; JP Publisher: Acclaim)
Graphics: Gray Matter; ?: Panoramic Software

Game Boy Color[edit]

  • Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge (sound?) (US Publisher: Hasbro Interactive)
Uses Nick Eastridge's sound driver.
  • Galaga: Destination Earth (programming) (US Publisher: Hasbro Interactive)
  • Pong: The Next Level / Pong (programming) (US/EU Publisher: Hasbro Interactive)

NES[edit]

  • Battleship (sound programming?) (US/EU Publisher: Mindscape)
  • Captain Planet and the Planeteers (sound programming?) (US/EU Publisher: Mindscape)
  • Conan (US Publisher: Mindscape)
Graphics: Gray Matter?
  • Dirty Harry (sound programming?) (US Publisher: Mindscape)
  • Gauntlet II (US Publisher: Mindscape)
  • Last Starfighter, The (US Publisher: Mindscape)
  • Mad Max (US Publisher: Mindscape)
  • M.U.L.E. (US Publisher: Mindscape)
  • Orb 3-D (sound programming?) (US Publisher: The Software Toolworks)
  • Paperboy (US/EU Publisher: Mindscape JP Publisher: Altron)
  • Paperboy 2 (US/EU Publisher: Mindscape)
Graphics: Gray Matter?
  • WWF: King of the Ring (US Publisher: LJN)
Graphics: Gray Matter

SNES[edit]

The following games use Eastridge's sound driver.
  • The Chessmaster (US/EU Publisher: Mindscape JP Publisher: Altron)
  • The Great Waldo Search (sound programming?) (US Publisher: THQ)
  • The Incredible Crash Dummies / The Incredible Crash Dummies: Slick Bouya no Daichousen (sound programming?) (US/EU Publisher: LJN; JP Publisher: Acclaim)
  • James Bond Jr. (sound programming?) (US/EU Publisher: THQ)
  • Miracle Piano Teaching System (sound programming?) (US/EU Publisher: The Software Toolworks)
  • Paperboy 2 (US/EU Publisher: Mindscape)
  • Pit-Fighter (US/EU Publisher: THQ)
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show: Veediots (sound programming?) (US/EU Publisher: THQ)
  • Relief Pitcher (US Publisher: Left Field Productions)
  • Steel Talons (sound programming?) (US/EU Publisher: Left Field Productions)
  • The Terminator (sound programming?) (US/EU Publisher: Mindscape)
  • Wayne's World (sound programming?) (US/EU Publisher: Mindscape)

Links[edit]

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