McT

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McT (Microcomputer Technologies; aka "McToy") was founded by inventor Bob McCaslin with an investor named J.P. Heyes and is perhaps best known for producing the SpeeDemon accelerator for the Apple II. The company split up at some point, with some former employees starting Zip Technology and others starting Bits & Pieces (Bits & Pieces Technology, Inc.), both of which also produced Apple II accelerators. [1]

Research Methods: Hidden data, interviews, online resources (see Links)

2600[edit]

  • Dr Pepper (unreleased) (publisher unknown) [Ken Jordan]

5200[edit]

  • Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom (US Publisher: Sega) [Ken Jordan]
  • Tapper (unreleased) (Sega) [Ken Jordan]

Apple II[edit]

  • Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom (US Publisher: Sega)
  • Up 'n Down (US Publisher: Sega) [Eric Popejoy, Ken Jordan]

Atari 8-bit[edit]

  • Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom (US Publisher: Sega) [Ken Jordan]
  • Tapper (US Publisher: Sega) [Ken Jordan]

Commodore 64[edit]

  • Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom (US Publisher: Sega)
  • Up 'n Down (US Publisher: Sega; UK Publisher: US Gold) [Tony Vece?]

VIC-20[edit]

  • Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom (US Publisher: Sega)
  • Star Trek: Strategic Operations Simulator (US Publisher: Sega) [Eric Popejoy]

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