Marvin Glass & Associates

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Marvin Glass & Associates was a Chicago, Illinois, United States-based firm started in 1941 that designed and engineered toys [1] and sold them to major toy manufacturers like Milton Bradley. [2] The company entered the video game industry in the early 1980s, making games under contract with Bally Midway. [3] It eventually broke up, giving rise to new companies such as Big Monster Toys and Meyer/Glass Design. [4]

Research Methods: Interviews, online resources, shared staff


  • Domino Man (Bally Midway)
  • Journey (Bally Midway)
  • Kozmik Krooz'r (Bally Midway)
  • Tapper (Bally Midway)
  • Timber (Bally Midway)
  • Turbo Tag (unreleased) (Simon & Schuster)
Co-developed with Sega Electronics
  • Wacko (Bally Midway)