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Brasoft Produtos de Informática Ltda.

Moby ID: 8154

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Brasoft was the first PC game distributor in Brazil. Founded in 1984 by Paulo Milliet Roque, the company's first product was the WordStar word processor, localized to the Brazilian market. In 1990 the company released the first licensed PC games in Brazil, from companies such as Maxis, Lucas Arts and ElectronicArts and Microprose. In 1998 the company was sold to Pi Editora Ltda., who kept using the Brasoft brand.

Credited on 96 Games from 1990 to 2000

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Grand Prix Legends (1998 on Windows)
Tomb Raider III: Adventures of Lara Croft (1998 on Windows, PlayStation, PSP...)
Half-Life (1998 on Linux, Windows, Macintosh)
Grim Fandango (1998 on Windows)
Caesar III (1998 on Windows, Macintosh)
NAM (1998 on Linux, DOS, Windows...)
Betrayal in Antara (1997 on Windows, Windows 3.x)
Interstate '76 (1997 on Windows)
F-22 Lightning II (1996 on DOS)
XS (1996 on DOS)
SWIV 3D (1996 on DOS, Windows)
Total Mayhem (1996 on Windows, Windows 3.x)
Rama (1996 on DOS, Windows, PlayStation...)
Timelapse (1996 on Windows, Windows 3.x, Macintosh)
3-D Ultra Pinball: Creep Night (1996 on Windows, Windows 3.x, Macintosh)
Olympic Games: Atlanta 1996 (1996 on DOS, PlayStation, 3DO)
Olympic Soccer (1996 on DOS, PlayStation, SEGA Saturn...)
Birthright: The Gorgon's Alliance (1996 on DOS, Windows)
Grand Prix II (1996 on DOS)
Lighthouse: The Dark Being (1996 on DOS, Windows, Windows 3.x...)

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The company is founded. Their first product is a localized version of the WordStar processor.


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