Difference between revisions of "Video Soft"

From Game Developer Research Institute
Share/Save/Bookmark
Jump to: navigation, search
(Links)
Line 9: Line 9:
 
*''3D Ghost Attack'' (unreleased) (Amiga)
 
*''3D Ghost Attack'' (unreleased) (Amiga)
 
*''3D Havoc'' (unreleased) (Amiga)
 
*''3D Havoc'' (unreleased) (Amiga)
*''Atom Smasher'' (unreleased) (Amiga)
+
*''Atom Smasher'' (unreleased) (Video Soft)
*''Color Bar Generator'' (US Publisher: Videosoft)
+
*''Color Bar Generator'' (US Publisher: Video Soft)
 
*''Depth Charge'' (unreleased) (Amiga)
 
*''Depth Charge'' (unreleased) (Amiga)
 
*''In Search of the Golden Skull'' (unreleased) (Mattel) [http://www.atariprotos.com/2600/software/goldenskull/goldenskull.htm]
 
*''In Search of the Golden Skull'' (unreleased) (Mattel) [http://www.atariprotos.com/2600/software/goldenskull/goldenskull.htm]

Revision as of 17:07, 17 December 2010

Videosoft logo

Video Soft was a company in Santa Clara, California, United States, founded and headed by Jerry Lawson [1], who was previously the chief engineer behind the Fairchild Channel F system. It made games for Parker Brothers, Mattel, CBS, and Amiga. [2]

Research Methods: Online resources (see Links)

2600

  • 3D Genesis (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • 3D Ghost Attack (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • 3D Havoc (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • Atom Smasher (unreleased) (Video Soft)
  • Color Bar Generator (US Publisher: Video Soft)
  • Depth Charge (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • In Search of the Golden Skull (unreleased) (Mattel) [3]
  • Mogul Maniac (US Publisher: Amiga)
  • Off Your Rocker (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • S.A.C. Alert (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • Scavenger Hunt (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • Strafe (unreleased) (Amiga)
  • Surf's Up (unreleased) (Amiga)

Links