Byron Preiss Multimedia Company, Inc.

Moby ID: 2377

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Byron Preiss Multimedia develops, publishes and distributes interactive multimedia software on CD-ROM (Compact Disc-Read Only Memory) and in other multimedia formats for on-line delivery and in such other non CD-ROM formats as the Company deems commercially viable. Co.'s primary strategy has been to develop top-quality content in on-line, print, or broadcast forms, based on licenses of existing or new media products or talents in specific areas with consumer, educational, entertainment or professional appeal and recognition. Co. is now a diversified digital content publisher and producer, its current strategy is to develop content and acquire licenses for production in digital form and then exploit said content in multiple formats such as books, internet, video and CD-ROMs. Co.'s products are designed to have global market appeal and are aimed to attract consumers, schools and libraries. Co. intends to emphasize three operating areas which are (i) Education, (ii) Multimedia, which includes on-line, Internet, CD-ROM, DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) and game software, and (iii) Publishing.

(From 1999 Financial Report)

Credited on 10 Games from 1994 to 1998

2: They Call Me... The Skul / The Suit (1998 on Windows 3.x)
Bruce Coville's My Teacher Is an Alien (1997 on Windows)
Forbes Corporate Warrior (1997 on Windows)
Marvel Comics Spider-Man: The Sinister Six (1996 on DOS, Windows 3.x)
The Suit (1996 on DOS, Windows)
They Call Me... The Skul (1996 on DOS, Windows)
Westworld 2000 (1996 on Windows)
Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles Adventure Game (1995 on Windows 3.x, Macintosh)
Robot City (1995 on Windows, Windows 3.x, Macintosh)
The Essential Frankenstein (1994 on Windows 3.x)

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Company information (ca 1996):

Byron Preiss Multimedia Company, Inc.

24 West 25th Street

New York, NY 10010

United States



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