SimTex Software was a game development company, founded in 1988 by Steve Barcia
and Ken Burd
. It developed some of the most popular turn-based strategy games of the middle 90s: Master of Magic
and the first two installments in the Master of Orion
series. In June 1995, it was acquired by Spectrum HoloByte
, becoming the fourth development studio of the publisher. Before being closed in 1998, SimTex worked on some titles that would never see the light of day: Mech Lords
and Guardians: Agents of Justice
In case you're wondering about the name, SimTex is short for SimulationTexas.
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