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Game company profile: Epyx

Epyx was founded by Jon Freeman and Jim Conelley in 1978 as Automated Simulation and changed name in 1983. Epyx started publishing action and sports games (Summer Games, Winter Games, California Games, etc.) for 8 bits computers. Epyx was one of the most popular developing and publishing companies of the 80s for Commodore 64, Spectrum and other systems.

Based in:
U.S.A. U.S.A.
Founded by:
Jon Freeman, Jim Conelley
Established in:
Closed in:
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Games published and developed by Epyx

year game genre system
Rescue at Rigel 1983 Rescue at Rigel rpg DOS
Jumpman 1984 Jumpman action DOS
Temple of Apshai trilogy 1985 Temple of Apshai trilogy rpg DOS
Street sports baseball 1987 Street sports baseball sports DOS
Street sports basketball 1987 Street sports basketball sports DOS
4x4 Offroad Racing 1988 4x4 Offroad Racing racing DOS
California Games 1988 California Games sports DOS
Street Sports Soccer 1988 Street Sports Soccer sports DOS
The Games: Summer Edition 1988 The Games: Summer Edition sports DOS
The Games: Winter Edition 1988 The Games: Winter Edition sports DOS
Revenge of Defender 1989 Revenge of Defender shooter DOS
California Games 2 1990 California Games 2 sports DOS
Chip's Challenge 1991 Chip's Challenge puzzle DOS, Windows 3.x
Battle Bugs 1994 Battle Bugs strategy DOS
Pitstop 2 1984 Pitstop 2 racing DOS
World Games 1986 World Games sports DOS
World Karate Championship 1986 World Karate Championship action DOS
Boulder Dash Construction Kit 1987 Boulder Dash Construction Kit puzzle DOS
Driller 1987 Driller action-adventure DOS
Death Sword 1988 Death Sword action DOS
Impossible Mission 2 1988 Impossible Mission 2 action-adventure DOS
L.A. Crackdown 1988 L.A. Crackdown adventure DOS
The Sporting News Baseball 1988 The Sporting News Baseball sports DOS
Axe of Rage 1989 Axe of Rage action DOS
Omnicron Conspiracy 1989 Omnicron Conspiracy adventure DOS
Project Neptune 1989 Project Neptune action DOS