Base Two

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Base Two was a development company headed by Bob Halliday and Chase Sebor, both graduates of Binghamton University with Masters in Computer Systems. They later co-founded Venture Technologies.

In addition to the games below, Base Two also developed the world's first electronic Monopoly game (designed to sit in the middle of the Monopoly board) and the handheld games Split Second, Reflex, and Q*bert for Parker Brothers.

(Former address: 43 Neillian Street, Bedford, MA 01730)

Research Methods: Interviews (see below)

Related Interviews: Bob Halliday and Chase Sebor


  • Montezuma's Revenge Featuring Panama Joe (US Publisher: Parker Brothers)*
* Atari 8-bit-to-5200 conversion may have been performed by another firm or person outside the company.

Atari 8-bit

  • Montezuma's Revenge Featuring Panama Joe (US Publisher: Parker Brothers)
  • Q*bert Word (unreleased) (Parker Brothers)