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Venture Line
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Founded1976
Closed1983
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Venture Line, Inc. was a company that first started out by releasing Ace High, Break Away, Casino, 6 Pac I and 6 Pac II in 1976; one year later in 1977, they released Super Bowling (Taito Corporation also licensed Acrobat to them for US manufacture and distribution, in that same year). Three years after that in 1980 they released Casino Royale, Space Force (which was later rereleased in 1981, the same year Sigma Enterprises licensed Spiders to them for US manufacture and distribution, under the title of Meteoroids), and The Golden Cup (the aforementioned Sigma Enterprises had also licensed R2D Tank to them for US manufacture and distribution that year) - and in 1982, they released Sky Bumper (Orca had also licensed Moguchan to them for US manufacture and distribution that year, as had Sigma Enterprises with Ponpoko, and Video Games GMBH with Looping). Finally, in 1983, they released Jubilee and Xargon (Orca also licensed Sky Lancer to them for US manufacture and distribution in that year, as did Taito Corporation with Super Rider).

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