Speakeasy Software Ltd
Speakeasy Software was founded at the dawn of the personal computer era, in 1978 by Brian
and Toni Beninger
. The company was based near Kemptville, Ontario, Canada.
For nearly two years, Speakeasy released software on tape for the Apple II, TRS-80, and Commodore PET machines. Speakeasy also had the distinction of publishing Wheeler Dealers
, game-design legend Dan Bunten
's first title, and the first computer game to be packaged in a box.
The company received a publishing deal from Byte magazine.
In 1978 Radio Shack ordered 5,000 copies each of Bulls and Bears
- some for every store that was going to sell their new TRS-80 computer.
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