Exidy, Incorporated

Moby ID: 3858

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Exidy, Incorporated was a developer of arcade games based in California. The company was founded by Harold R. Kauffman and Samuel Hawes in 1973.

The company also released a personal computer, the Exidy Sorcerer, in 1978. In February 2007, some of their arcade games were made available as freeware.

Credited on 41 Games from 1975 to 2003

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Star Fire (2003 on Atari 2600)
Venture II: The Abysmal Abyss (2001 on Atari 2600)
Yukon (1989 on Arcade)
Who Dunit (1988 on Arcade)
Hit 'n Miss (1987 on Arcade)
Chiller (1986 on NES, Arcade)
Combat (1985 on Arcade)
Boulder Dash (1984 on PC Booter, Game Boy, NES...)
Cheyenne (1984 on Arcade)
Bristles (1983 on Commodore 64, Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit...)
Flip and Flop (1983 on Commodore 64, Atari 8-bit, Arcade...)
Crossbow (1983 on DOS, Commodore 64, Atari 2600...)
Fax (1983 on Arcade, Apple II, Commodore 64)
Universal Chaos (1983 on Atari 2600)
Astro Chase (1982 on Commodore 64, Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit...)
Pepper II (1982 on ColecoVision, Arcade)
Victory (1982 on ColecoVision, Arcade, Coleco Adam)
Mouse Trap (1981 on Atari 2600, ColecoVision, Intellivision...)
Venture (1981 on Atari 2600, ColecoVision, Intellivision...)
Spectar (1980 on ColecoVision, Arcade)

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History +

October 8, 1999

The company is dissolved

October 30, 1973

Exidy is incorporated in Redwood City (California, United States of America).

Trivia +

The company's distinctive name was arrived at by creating a portmanteau of the phrase "Excellence in Dynamics."


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