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Revision of the company overview for MegaTech Software

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Company OverviewMegaTech was founded in early 1990's in California, USA, by Kenny Wu. The company specialized in localizing Japanese computer games (mostly with adult content), often introducing major changes in gameplay, which essentially resulted in a different game: such was the case with their first product, Cobra Mission (1992) a heavily re-imagined version of an earlier Japanese release. Most of their sported adult stickers and content in an era when the industry in the West wasn't too keen on adult software entertainment. The last game they published was Power Dolls (1995). The company folded in an unspecified year during the late 1990's.

MegaTech re-surfaced about ten years later as Megatech & Design, owning the rights to Cobra Mission and releasing a puzzle games featuring its characters for mobile platforms.

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Company Overview
Quickly released a few anime games and then vanished. Most of their games, "Knights of Xenter," "Iron & Lace: Battle of the Robo Babes," sported adult stickers and content in an era when the industry wasn't too keen on adult software entertainment.¶

Rumored complete list of games includes Power Dolls, Knights Of Xentar, Metal And Lace, and Cobra Mission.
Company Overview
MegaTech was founded in early 1990's in California, USA, by <moby developer="Kenny Wu">Kenny Wu</moby>. The company specialized in localizing Japanese computer games (mostly with adult content), often introducing major changes in gameplay, which essentially resulted in a different game: such was the case with their first product, <moby game="cobra mission" platform="DOS">Cobra Mission</moby> (1992) a heavily re-imagined version of an <moby game="cobra mission" platform="pc-98">earlier Japanese release</moby>. Most of their sported adult stickers and content in an era when the industry in the West wasn't too keen on adult software entertainment. The last game they published was <moby game="power dolls">Power Dolls</moby> (1995). The company folded in an unspecified year during the late 1990's.¶

MegaTech re-surfaced about ten years later as <moby company="Megatech & Design">Megatech & Design</moby>, owning the rights to <i>Cobra Mission</i> and releasing a puzzle games featuring its characters for mobile platforms.

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view changes 2 Jun 20, 2012 Overview Unicorn Lynx (181464) Approved minor edit
view changes 1 Jun 10, 2012 Overview Unicorn Lynx (181464) Approved major update