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Simtex was a video game developer established by Steve Barcia in 1988. It created a number of well-known turn-based strategy games for the PC, most notably the first two Master of Orion games. The company closed in 1997.
- Master of Orion series
- Master of Orion (1993)
- Master of Orion II: Battle at Antares (1996)
- Master of Magic (1995)
- 1830: Railroads & Robber Barons (1995)
- Mech Lords (renamed Metal Lords during development following FASA dispute) (1995 — unreleased)
- Guardians: Agents of Justice (in development at time of closure — never finished)
The rights to Simtex's games are now held by Atari — a third Master of Orion game was published by Atari (a subsidiary company of Infogrames) in 2003, having been developed by Quicksilver Software.
Pages in category "Simtex"
The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.