Morning Star Multimedia

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Morning Star Multimedia, Inc., incorporated on October 20, 1995, was a software company based in Ridgewood, New Jersey, founded by Dan Kitchen and Kevin Mitchell. It was acquired by Telegen Corporation on December 31, 1996, and sold off a year later. The company continued operation until 2000.

Research Methods: Actual mentions, online resources, shared staff

Game Boy[edit]

  • Centipede (alterations?) (US Publisher: Majesco)

Game Boy Color[edit]

  • 10 Pin Bowling (US/EU Publisher: Majesco)
  • Battleship: The Classic Naval Combat Game (colorization/enhancement) (US/EU Publisher: Majesco)
  • Centipede (colorization/enhancement?) (US/EU Publisher: Majesco)
  • Deer Hunter (US Publisher: Vatical Entertainment)
  • F-18 Thunder Strike (US Publisher: Majesco)
  • Frogger (US Publisher: Majesco)
  • Frogger 2 (US Publisher: Hasbro Interactive)
  • Monopoly (colorization/enhancement) (US Publisher: Majesco)
  • NASCAR Challenge (US Publisher: Hasbro Interactive)
  • NFL Blitz 2001 (US Publisher: Midway)
  • Pong: The Next Level / Pong (US/EU Publisher: Hasbro Interactive)
Programming: Eastridge Technology
  • Super Breakout (US Publisher: Majesco)
  • Tom and Jerry (colorization/enhancement) (US Publisher: Majesco)
  • Tonka Raceway (US/EU Publisher: Hasbro Interactive)
  • Ultimate Paintball (US Publisher: Majesco)

Mega Drive/Genesis[edit]

  • Frogger (US Publisher: Majesco)

Super Famicom/Super NES[edit]

  • Frogger (US Publisher: Majesco)

Windows[edit]

  • Casper: The Interactive Adventure (US Publisher: WizardWorks)
  • Kristi Yamaguchi Fantasy Ice Skating (US Publisher: WizardWorks)
Motion Capture, etc.: Pixel Generation [1]