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Conexus, Inc.

Overview

Conexus, Inc. was a game development company located in San Diego, California (USA), by founder and president Brian Devine. The company was incorporated in February 1991.

Conexus focused on learning games for young children which incorporated music as a teaching tool. The company's first game was Sound It Out Land which aimed to teach children how to recognize words by using phonetics and songs. This premise was used for many of the company's future games.

In about 2000 the company began using the name Conexus Educational Software. However, it appears that the company closed down shortly thereafter.


Contributed by Jeanne (75601) on Feb 27, 2011.