Slash Corporation


Slash Corporation was an independent software distributor and publisher specializing in second-run republications at budget prices. Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, it was founded in 1990 and its President was Charles F. Bond.

Slash was purchased by GT Interactive as part of their Value Products Division in June 1995, and Charles "Chuck" Bond became that division's President.


Pirates! Gold(1997)
Fighter Duel(1997)
Master of Orion(1997)
Transport Tycoon Deluxe(1997)
Sid Meier's Civilization(1997)
Power Drive(1995)
Dark Sun: Shattered Lands(1995)
Fantasy 5(1995)
King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow(1995)
Trump Castle 3(1995)
Dungeon Hack(1995)
Take Five CD-Rom: The Entertainer: Five Entertaining Titles In One Box(1995)
Fantasy Empires(1995)
Dungeons & Dragons Ultimate Fantasy(1995)
Creature Shock(1994)
Fantasy Adventure Pack(1994)
Rack 'Em(1993)
Strike Squad(1993)
Summer Challenge(1992)
Tegel's Mercenaries(1992)
Taito's Super Space Invaders(1991)
Jimmy Connors Pro Tennis Tour(1991)
Manhunter 2: San Francisco(1991)
Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight, The(1988)


Company address:

Slash Corporation
7379 Washington Ave. South
Edina, MN 55439
United States

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  • What Is A SLASH Version of a PC Game? (This article contains information to help retro game collectors learn how to identify a SLASH title and avoid paying for the price of an original release versus a SLASH Corporation re-release.)