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Mean Hamster Software
Established1985
Founder(s)John Swiderski
LocatedDeer Park, Washington, USA
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Mean Hamster Software, Inc. is a computer game company, founded by John Swiderski in 1985. Mean Hamster Software created several games for the Atari 5200 from 1999-2004. They then created Myst for Windows Mobile in 2005, and after the release of Riven: The Sequel to Myst for Pocket PC in 2006, Mean Hamster began work on a soon to be released casual game. The company is located in Deer Park, Washington (just outside Spokane).

In 2006 Mean Hamster Software acquired the rights to the Exidy catalog, which includes titles such as Crossbow, Venture and Mouse Trap. A new version of Crossbow is supposedly in the works.

In 2007 Mean Hamster Software partnered with PlayFirst to produce a casual game entitled Pet Shop Hop which was released on March 17th 2008.

In 2008 Mean Hamster Software partnered with PlayFirst to produce 2 casual game titles and with Big Fish Games to produce another.

In 2009 Mean Hamster Software is slated to release at least 3 games, Everything Nice with publisher Namco, Ye Olde Sandwich Shoppe with publisher Big Fish Games, and an untitled game with publisher PlayFirst.

Pages in category "Mean Hamster Software"

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