Diversified Software Development

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Diversified Software Development, Inc. (aka DSD, Inc.) was a Connecticut-based company incorporated on February 1, 1983, and dissolved on December 5, 1984. [1] Michael Doherty, who previously programmed ColecoVision games at Coleco, was a principal in the company. [2]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, interviews, online resources [3]

Atari 2600

  • Tooth Protectors (US Publisher: Camelot)
Produced by Camelot Marketing Group and distributed via mail order by Johnson & Johnson

Commodore 64

  • Surfin' Safari (unreleased)
Licensed game featuring music by the Beach Boys