Nuvatec

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Defunct high-tech product development consulting/manufacturing firm based in Downer's Grove, Illinois, United States. Founded by five entrepreneurs and owned by Brunswick for a while. [1] Contributed to the development of the ColecoVision system as well as developed some of the early games for it. Developed the operating system and bowling games for Brunswick's Bowlervision system. [2]

Research Methods: Interviews, online resources

ColecoVision[edit]

  • 2010: The Graphic Action Game (US Publisher: Coleco)
  • Cat Scheduled Oil Sampling Game, The (US Publisher: Caterpillar)
Promo cartridge used exclusively at Caterpillar Tractor dealerships
  • Cosmic Avenger (US Publisher: Coleco)
It has also been claimed that Gordon Martin & Associates developed this.
  • Front Line (US Publisher: Coleco; UK/EU Publisher: CBS Electronics)
  • Gorf (US Publisher: Coleco; UK/EU Publisher: CBS Electronics)
  • LadyBug (US Publisher: Coleco) [3]
  • Looping (US Publisher: Coleco; UK/EU Publisher: CBS Electronics)
  • Slither (US Publisher: Coleco; UK/EU Publisher: CBS Electronics)
  • Tac-Scan (unreleased) (Coleco)
  • Time Pilot (US Publisher: Coleco; UK/EU Publisher: CBS Electronics)
  • Turbo (US Publisher: Coleco) [4]
  • Victory (US Publisher: Coleco; UK/EU Publisher: CBS Electronics)