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Beck-Tech is a Berkeley, California, United States-based electronic design and consulting company formed by Stephen Beck in 1978. [1]

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


  • Attack of the Baby Seals (unreleased, never programmed) (20th Century Fox)
  • Congo Bongo (US Publisher: Sega)
  • Dutch Elm Defender (unreleased, never programmed) (20th Century Fox)
  • Ghost Manor (US Publisher: Xonox)
  • Save the Whales (Publisher: Steve Beck)
  • Spike's Peak (US Publisher: Xonox)
  • Tapper (US Publisher: Sega)
  • Up 'n Down (US Publisher: Sega)


  • Pitfall! (US Publisher: Activision)

Apple II

  • Congo Bongo (US Publisher: Sega)
  • Frogger II: Threeedeep! (US Publisher: Sega)

Atari 8-bit

  • Dr. Seuss' Fix-Up the Mix-Up Puzzler (US Publisher: CBS Software)
  • Pitfall! (US Publisher: Activision)

Commodore 64

  • 9 to 5 Typing (US Publisher: Epyx)
  • Break Dance (US Publisher: Epyx)
  • Congo Bongo [disk] (US Publisher: Sega) [2]
  • Dr. Seuss' Fix-Up the Mix-Up Puzzler (US Publisher: CBS Software)
  • Tapper (US Publisher: Sega; UK Publisher: U.S. Gold)


  • The Ford Simulator (US Publisher: Ford Motor Company)


  • Congo Bongo (US Publisher: Sega)


  • Star Trek: The Kobayashi Alternative (US Publisher: Simon & Schuster Interactive) [3]

Video Challenger

  • Space Challenge (EU Publisher: Bandai?) [4]


  • Educational game with a pelican picking up letters