OverviewPyramide Soft was a French software house founded and run by Daniel Purlich in November 1985 and based in Montmarte, Paris. Previously, near the end of 1984, Purlich had been asked to manage Direco, the French distributor of Sinclair products and he oversaw the launch of the Sinclair QL in the country.
Near the end of 1986 the company had five full-time employees and worked with about 20 programmers in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK. The company was also known for Nucleon, a set of programs grouped as a toolkit that could be used to develop new software. The company made use of the routines available to all interested companies without a license fee. Pyramide eventually branched out to other platforms, such as Atari ST, publishing their QL hit Wanderer for it in 1986. The studio is also known for publishing Mortville Manor for the QL, one of the earliest graphic adventures.
The company did not last and many of its titles were later converted by Lankhor.
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