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EPYX- they whre really big in the early days, i had almost forgot them.
Broderbrum- (sorry spelling)
heck .. succes at one point sure dont mean survival. Atari si still alive, but really it was dead in the late 80's early 90's as the ATARI it once was.
I agree with your list, and I'd add Synapse Software (Blue Max, Shamus, and one of my classic favorites, Necromancer).
Many don't know that Epyx created the "Handy Game" machine, which they would later partner with Atari and market it as the "Atari Lynx".
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