Moby ID: 3564
- Oracle Software Enr. (from 1990 to 1994)
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Credited on 9 Games from 1993 to 1996
|Lomax Boulders (1996 on DOS)|
|StoneBreaker (1996 on DOS)|
|Champions of Zulula: Elite Edition (1995 on DOS)|
|Construction Bob Escapes from Hell (1995 on DOS)|
|Flame Storm (1995 on DOS)|
|Champions of Zulula (1994 on DOS)|
|The Walls of Bratock (1994 on DOS)|
|Construction Bob in the Bouncing Factory (1993 on DOS)|
|Earth Invasion (1993 on DOS)|
Regarding the name change, founder Christian Boutin says:
Oracle Software Enr. [Enregistré] changed it's name to OSP Enr. after it was brought to my attention, in the summer of 1994, that it would create confusion with the Oracle Corporation. The name of the company was legally changed to OSP Enr. on February 10th, 1995. The acronym stood for "Oracle Software Productions", but the complete name would never be used, as not to create confusion. The logo remained similar, helping to maintain continuity between older and more recent product, as pre-1995 products were not updated to reflect the name change.
Address and contact details (1996)
132 Marchildon Amos
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