Entex Industries, Inc.

Moby ID: 28850


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Credited on 13 Games from 1976 to 1982

Defender (1981 on PC Booter, Commodore 64, Atari 2600...)
3-D Escape! 1000 Mazes (1981 on Dedicated handheld)
Stargate (1981 on PC Booter, NES, Commodore 64...)
Super Cobra (1981 on Atari 2600, ColecoVision, Intellivision...)
Turtles (1981 on Odyssey 2, Casio PV-1000, Philips VG 5000...)
Space Force (1980 on Adventure Vision, Arcade)
Blast It (1979 on Dedicated handheld)
Electronic Baseball (1979 on Dedicated handheld)
Electronic Baseball 2 (1979 on Dedicated handheld)
Electronic Hockey (1979 on Dedicated handheld)
Electronic Poker (1979 on Dedicated handheld)
Electronic Space Battle (1979 on Dedicated handheld)
Gameroom Tele-Pong (1976 on Dedicated console)

Trivia +

The name of the company is a partial acronym of the two original founders (Nick Underhill joined them just after they came up with the name, but before the company was officially started). The first letter of Nicholas' name (N), the first letter of Tony's name (T), and add an X making NTX, which spells nicely into Entex.


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