Pacific Dataworks International

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Pacific Dataworks International (originally Lyndon & Associates; the names Grey Matter and Discovery Software had been considered) was a development company founded in January 1987 by programmer Troy Lyndon after leaving Gamestar. Incorporated in May 1987, it initially consisted of Lyndon working out of his condo but gradually expanded. [1]

Other principals of the company included Scott Maxwell and Michael Knox. Lyndon and Knox later started Park Place Productions.

Research Methods: Actual mentions, interviews, online resources (see Links), print, shared staff

Commodore 64[edit]

  • 1942 (unreleased) (Capcom)*
  • Bionic Commando (US Publisher: Capcom)
  • Black Tiger (unreleased) (Capcom)*
  • Defender of the Crown (animation programming, special visual effects) (US Publisher: Cinemaware)**
Some Programming: Alien Technology Group; Sound: Palace Software
  • Designasaurus (US/EU Publisher: Britannica Software)
  • Gun.Smoke (US Publisher: Capcom)**
  • Hat Trick (US Publisher: Capcom)
  • Mini Golf (US Publisher: Capcom)
  • Sarge (unreleased) (Capcom) [2]
  • Side Arms Hyper Dyne (US Publisher: Capcom)**
  • The Speed Rumbler (US Publisher: Capcom)**
  • Stocker (US Publisher: Capcom)
  • Street Fighter (US Publisher: Capcom) [Stephen Rozner - programmer]
  • Strider
Stephen Rozner said he worked on this in The Untold History of Japanese Game Developers: Volume 1, but the screenshots on the back of the US box are from the Tiertex version.
  • Tiger Road (unreleased) (Capcom)*

DOS[edit]

  • Bionic Commando (US Publisher: Capcom)
  • Cosmic Soldier: Psychic War (US Publisher: Kyodai)
  • Ghosts 'n Goblins (US Publisher: Capcom)
  • Hat Trick (US Publisher: Capcom)
  • Side Arms Hyper Dyne (US Publisher: Capcom)
  • Trojan (US Publisher: Capcom)

NES[edit]

  • Street Fighter (unreleased) (Capcom)

* Platform determined by looking at this Capcom USA brochure. Only a C64 version of these games is promoted.
** Developed as Lyndon & Associates

Links[edit]