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Vision Software, Inc.

Moby ID: 1217

  • Art Computer Software (from 1989 to 1991)

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Vision Software was a game development studio based in New Zealand. It was founded as Art Computer Software in 1989 by Paul Andrews, Cameron McKechnie, Rodney Smith and Mark Sibly. The name was changed to Vision Software in 1991. They had a tight relationship with fellow New Zeeland software company Acid Software, formed by Mark Sibly in the early nineties.

The studio made two Amiga games for CRL Group PLC: Sirius 7 (1990) and Sorceror's Apprentice (1990), but did not receive any money for it for CRL.

Credited on 16 Games from 1988 to 1997

7th Legion (1997 on Windows)
Toxic Bunny (1996 on DOS)
Roadkill (1994 on Amiga, Amiga CD32)
Zombie Apocalypse II (1994 on Amiga)
ALF's U.S. Geography (1993 on DOS)
Overkill (1993 on Amiga)
Seek and Destroy (1993 on DOS, Amiga, Amiga CD32)
Woodys World (1993 on Amiga)
Cybernetix (1992 on Amiga, Atari ST)
Zombie Apocalypse (1992 on Amiga, Atari ST)
Night Shift (1990 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST...)
Yogi Bear visits... the National Parks (1990 on DOS, Apple II)
Fast Food (1989 on DOS, Amiga, Atari ST...)
Pro Powerboat Simulator (1989 on Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64...)
SAS Combat Simulator (1989 on Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64...)
ALF's Thinking Skills (1988 on DOS)


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