OverviewMicro Users Software Exchange, Inc. was an American video game developer founded by Ed Zaron in Damascus, Maryland, on August 1, 1978. The company later adopted the trading name Muse Software and moved to Baltimore, Maryland. Muse Software primarily focused on developing games for Apple computer, most notably, Castle Wolfenstein and its sequel, Beyond Castle Wolfenstein. Muse Software filed for bankruptcy on October 7, 1987. The "Wolfenstein" trademark was acquired by id Software at low cost, in order to release Wolfenstein 3D.
Also Known As
- Micro Users Software Exchange Inc. (from Aug 01, 1978 to Oct 07, 1987)
|Leaps and Bounds!||(1985)|
|Beyond Castle Wolfenstein||(1984)|
|Cube Solution, The||(1982)|
|Caverns of Freitag, The||(1982)|
|International Gran Prix||(1981)|
|Best of MUSE, The||(1980)|
|Three Mile Island||(1979)|
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- Muse Software - Wikipedia (article about the company in the open encyclopedia)