Cavalier Computer, later "Cavalier Computer Corporation", was founded approximately 1981 in San Diego, California, by high school classmates James Nitchals
and Barry Printz
. Under their leadership, and with contributions by other programmers, they published several well-selling games over the next few years for the Apple II platform.
Most notable among their games were Bug Attack
, and Star Thief
. Bug Attack
, based on the popular arcade game Centipede
became the top-selling game in the nation. Microwave
is generally credited as being the first game to incorporate music *during* the action of the game, rather than just in cut-scenes.
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