OverviewArc Developments were formed by a group of former Elite employees - Chris Coupe, Byron Nilsson, Paul Walker and Richard Underhill. Most of their work involved multi-format conversions of arcade games, primarily for Activision, although they also did some original licensed products. They were active from the late 80s to the late 90s.
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TriviaThe company's founders regarded Forgotten Worlds as their finest conversion, and Robozone as their weakest product.
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