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Based in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Founded by Mark E. Seremet and F.J. Lennon in 1985 (Pennsylvania business entity number 175631). A group of Paragon developers left to found Event Horizon Software (later Dreamforge Intertainment) in 1990. Paragon was acquired by MicroProse in 1992 to become an internal studio. The studio was shut down circa 1994 and the developers became the core of Take-Two's internal studio.
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Based in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Founded by Mark E. Seremet and F.J. Lennon in 1985 (Pennsylvania business entity number 175631). A group of Paragon developers left to found Event Horizon Software (later Dreamforge Intertainment) in 1990. Paragon was acquired by MicroProse in 1992 to become an internal studio [https://www.members.tripod.com/~RNandtheCGB/news.html]. Circa 1994, the studio either changed hands again or was shut down and re-formed, becoming newly-founded Take-Two's internal studio, responsible for Star Crusader, Hell, Bureau 13, Black Dahlia, Ripper, Iron & Blood, and Jetfighter: Full Burn (with Mission Studios). It might have then transformed again to become Gearhead Studios (Pennyslvania business entity number 2815248) which developed Bass Hunter 64 [https://web.archive.org/web/20030603184431/http://www.origin.ea.com/about.html].
  
 
'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Online resources, shared staff
 
'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Online resources, shared staff
  
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==As Paragon==
 
===DOS===
 
===DOS===
 
*''Dr. Doom's Revenge'' (US Publisher: Paragon)
 
*''Dr. Doom's Revenge'' (US Publisher: Paragon)
*''BloodNet'' (US/EU Publisher: MicroProse)
 
*''Challenge of the Five Realms'' (US Publisher: MicroPlay)
 
 
*''Guardians of Infinity: To Save Kennedy'' (US Publisher: Paragon)
 
*''Guardians of Infinity: To Save Kennedy'' (US Publisher: Paragon)
 
*''Master Ninja: Shadow Warrior of Death'' (US Publisher: Paragon)
 
*''Master Ninja: Shadow Warrior of Death'' (US Publisher: Paragon)
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*''X-Men'' (US Publisher: Paragon)
 
*''X-Men'' (US Publisher: Paragon)
 
*''X-Men II'' (US Publisher: Paragon)
 
*''X-Men II'' (US Publisher: Paragon)
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==As MicroProse (Greensburg)==
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===DOS===
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*''BloodNet'' (US/EU Publisher: MicroProse)
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*''Challenge of the Five Realms'' (US Publisher: MicroPlay)
  
 
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Revision as of 19:11, 23 February 2022

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Based in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Founded by Mark E. Seremet and F.J. Lennon in 1985 (Pennsylvania business entity number 175631). A group of Paragon developers left to found Event Horizon Software (later Dreamforge Intertainment) in 1990. Paragon was acquired by MicroProse in 1992 to become an internal studio [1]. Circa 1994, the studio either changed hands again or was shut down and re-formed, becoming newly-founded Take-Two's internal studio, responsible for Star Crusader, Hell, Bureau 13, Black Dahlia, Ripper, Iron & Blood, and Jetfighter: Full Burn (with Mission Studios). It might have then transformed again to become Gearhead Studios (Pennyslvania business entity number 2815248) which developed Bass Hunter 64 [2].

Research Methods: Online resources, shared staff

As Paragon

DOS

  • Dr. Doom's Revenge (US Publisher: Paragon)
  • Guardians of Infinity: To Save Kennedy (US Publisher: Paragon)
  • Master Ninja: Shadow Warrior of Death (US Publisher: Paragon)
  • MegaTraveller 1: The Zhodani Conspiracy (US Publisher: Paragon; EU Publisher: Empire)
  • MegaTraveller 2: Quest for the Ancients (US Publisher: Paragon; EU Publisher: Empire)
  • Millennium: Return to Earth (DOS port, there may be a different, earlier version (Millennium 2.2) not by Paragon) (US Publisher: Paragon; EU Publisher: Empire)
  • The Punisher (US Publisher: Paragon)
  • Space: 1889 (US Publisher: Paragon; EU Publisher: Empire)
  • Twilight: 2000 (US Publisher: Paragon; EU Publisher: Empire)
  • Twilight's Ransom (US Publisher: Paragon)
  • Wizard Wars (US Publisher: Paragon)
Programming by Out of the Blue, Inc./James Blue
  • XF5700 Mantis Experimental Fighter (US/EU Publisher: MicroPlay)
  • X-Men (US Publisher: Paragon)
  • X-Men II (US Publisher: Paragon)

As MicroProse (Greensburg)

DOS

  • BloodNet (US/EU Publisher: MicroProse)
  • Challenge of the Five Realms (US Publisher: MicroPlay)