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Company OverviewParagon Software Corporation, based in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1985 by Mark E. Seremet and Antony Davies. The company's biggest successes were titles based on licenses from Marvel Comics and Game Designers' Workshop.

Paragon had a long relationship with MicroProse Software, who had distributed their games since at least 1988. MicroProse acquired Paragon outright in July, 1992. As part of MicroProse, the Paragon team developed Challenge of the Five Realms and BloodNet. Soon after, many of the former Paragon principals moved on to co-found or work for Take-Two Interactive, and what was once Paragon ceased to exist.

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Company Overview
Paragon Software Corporation, based in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1985 by <moby developer="Mark E. Seremet">Mark E. Seremet</moby> and <moby developer="F. J. Lennon">F. J. Lennon</moby>. The company's biggest successes were titles based on licenses from Marvel Comics and <moby company="Game Designers Workshop">Game Designers' Workshop</moby>.¶

Paragon had a long relationship with <moby company="MicroProse Software">MicroProse Software</moby>, who had distributed their games since at least 1988. MicroProse acquired Paragon outright in July, 1992. As part of MicroProse, the Paragon team developed <moby game="Challenge of the Five Realms">Challenge of the Five Realms</moby> and <moby game="BloodNet">BloodNet</moby>. Soon after, many of the former Paragon principals moved on to co-found or work for <moby company="Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.">Take-Two Interactive</moby>, and what was once Paragon ceased to exist.
Company Overview
Paragon Software Corporation, based in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1985 by <moby developer="Mark E. Seremet">Mark E. Seremet</moby> and Antony Davies. The company's biggest successes were titles based on licenses from Marvel Comics and <moby company="Game Designers Workshop">Game Designers' Workshop</moby>.¶

Paragon had a long relationship with <moby company="MicroProse Software">MicroProse Software</moby>, who had distributed their games since at least 1988. MicroProse acquired Paragon outright in July, 1992. As part of MicroProse, the Paragon team developed <moby game="Challenge of the Five Realms">Challenge of the Five Realms</moby> and <moby game="BloodNet">BloodNet</moby>. Soon after, many of the former Paragon principals moved on to co-found or work for <moby company="Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.">Take-Two Interactive</moby>, and what was once Paragon ceased to exist.

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view changes 4 Jul 17, 2015 Overview Antony Davies Rejected minor edit
view changes 3 Jan 09, 2012 Overview Terok Nor (26887) Approved minor edit
view changes 2 May 12, 2010 Overview Pseudo_Intellectual (60614) Approved minor edit
view changes 1 Sep 26, 2008 Overview Terok Nor (26887) Approved replacement