MicroGraphicImage

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MicroGraphicImage (MGI) was a publisher and developer started by former Apollo employees Tim Martin and Robert Barber with money made from developing Halloween for the Atari 2600 [1] for VSS. [2] Though Spelunker is its most famous game, MGI also performed contract development for Brøderbund, Parker Brothers, and CBS Electronics. [3]

Research Methods: Online resources (see Links)

2600[edit]

  • Halloween (under subcontract with VSS) (US Publisher: Wizard Video Games)

5200[edit]

  • Solar Fox (unreleased) (CBS Electronics) [4]

Atari 8-bit[edit]

  • Solar Fox (unreleased) (CBS Electronics) [5]
  • Spelunker (US Publisher: MicroGraphicImage, Brøderbund)

Commodore 64[edit]

  • Spelunker (US Publisher: Brøderbund)

TI-99/4A[edit]

  • Choplifter! (unreleased) (Texas Instruments) [6]

Links[edit]