OverviewA-J Games was a software label begun in 1992 by designer and artist Eric-Jon Waugh, for the publication of the shareware game A-J's Quest. Over the next five years, A-J Games released some 40 games for MS-DOS and Windows 3.x.
In 1993-1994, A-J Games repeatedly collaborated with the Amherst, NH based developer and publisher, Recreational Software Designs. A-J Games developed several games for the 3.0 release of RSD Game-Maker, and RSD distributed several of A-J Games' releases in one format or another.
After 1997 the label fell into disuse until 2011, when it was revived for the publication of the throwback game Builder. After the release of Builder, the A-J Games label was officially retired.
Also of note is Don'Pan Software, an associated sub-label to A-J Games, used erratically between 1993 and 2010. This latter label was generally used for software deemed unfit for the main A-J Games line, including tribute games and specialized commissions.
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- A-J Games (The Game-Maker Archive) (An overview of A-J Games at The Game-Maker Archive, including information on many of the developer's games and many links to articles containing further information.)