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Micro Star Software

Moby ID: 2267

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Micro Star Software (also sometimes credited as Micro Star Inc.) was founded in California (USA) in 1987 by Stephen Benedict, who currently serves as its President. The company publishes, develops, and markets CD-ROM entertainment software titles under its Micro Star Brand Software and CrystalVision Brand Software lines.

Credited on 14 Games from 1987 to 1998

Game Gallery Vol.#1 (1997 on Windows 3.x)
35 Great Games for Windows (1994 on Windows 3.x)
35 More Great Games for Windows (1994 on Windows 3.x)
Action Games (1994 on DOS)
Arcade Game Pak Vol. 2 (1994 on DOS)
Pickle Wars (1994 on DOS)
Doom (1993 on Linux, DOS, Windows...)
Duke Nukem II (1993 on DOS, Windows, Macintosh...)
Sango Fighter (1993 on DOS, PC-98, Super A'can)
Wolfenstein 3D (1992 on DOS, Windows, Game Boy Advance...)
Commander Keen 4: Secret of the Oracle (1991 on DOS)
Ancients 1: Death Watch (1991 on DOS)
Hugo's House of Horrors (1990 on DOS, Windows, Windows 3.x)
Big Rig (1987 on DOS)

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1987

Company founded.

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The former company website was located at http://www.microstar.com/

Company location and contact information (2008):

HEADQUARTERS

Micro Star Software

2245 Camino Vida Roble

Carlsbad, CA 92009

Tel: (800) 777-4228

Fax: (760) 931-4957

URL: www.microstar-usa.com

Company address and contact information (2009):

Micro Star Software

2245 Camino Vida Roble

Carlsbad, CA 92009

United States

Tel: (800) 777-4228

Fax: (760) 931-4957

URL: www.microstar-usa.com

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