OverviewSpeakeasy 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.
TriviaIn 1978 Radio Shack ordered 5,000 copies each of Bulls and Bears and Warlords - some for every store that was going to sell their new TRS-80 computer.
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