Microforum Manufacturing Inc.

Moby ID: 20339

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Microforum Manufacturing was founded in 1987 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They were the first Canadian game publishers to focus on casual games exclusively to the Canadian market for DOS and Windows 3.0. In 1994, the company no longer publishes games and closed it's doors at that time.

Credited on 6 Games from 1989 to 1992

Math Rescue (1992 on DOS, Macintosh, Windows)
Jill of the Jungle (1992 on DOS)
Hangman (1992 on DOS)
Double Cross (1991 on DOS)
Backgammon (1990 on Windows 3.x)
Egaint (1989 on DOS)

History +

July 14th, 1994

The name of the company was changed to "Microforum Inc."

December 23rd, 1993

Divided the 1 issued and outstanding common share in the capital stock of the Company into 200 issued and outstanding Common Shares.

December 23rd, 1993

The authorized capital of the company was increased by creating a limited number of Class "A" Common Shares and Class "F" Special Shares.

August 7th, 1992

A class of shares of an unlimited number designated as Class "E" Preferred Shares were created.

March 19th, 1987

The company changed its name to "Microforum Manufacturing Inc."

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Trivia +

Company location and contact information (1998):

Microforum

1 Woodborough Avenue

Toronto, ON M6M 5A1

Canada

Telephone: (416) 656-6406

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