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  1. Spectrum HoloByte, Inc. was a video game developer and publisher. The company, founded in 1983, was known for its simulation games, notably the Falcon series of combat flight simulators, and for publishing the first version of Tetris outside the Soviet Union. Spectrum HoloByte published games for various home computers and video game consoles.

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  3. Spectrum HoloByte - Wikipedia

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    Spectrum HoloByte, Inc. was a video game developer and publisher. The company, founded in 1983, was known for its simulation games, notably the Falcon series of combat flight simulators, and for publishing the first version of Tetris outside the Soviet Union. Spectrum HoloByte published games for various home computers and video game consoles.

  4. Spectrum Holobyte, Inc. - MobyGames

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    Spectrum HoloByte Inc. was founded in 1982 and incorporated in 1983 in the state of Colorado. After merging with Nexa Corporation in 1987, the company moved its headquarters to Alameda, California. The company eventually employed over 325 people and became successful in the development of games for the PC home computer.

  5. Spectrum Holobyte | DOS Games Archive

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    Spectrum HoloByte, Inc. was a video game developer and publisher originally based in Alameda, California. The company was founded in 1983 and was most famous for its simulation games, notably the Falcon series of flight simulators and Vette!, a driving simulator from 1989. Spectrum Holobyte published games for many platforms, including home computers of the 1980s and early 1990s, IBM PC compatibles, and some video game consoles.

    • Falcon 3.0 (PC/DOS) SEAD Strike Mission "Hi-Fidelity" Gameplay 1991-94, Spectrum Holobyte
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    • Falcon 3.0 (3.0C version) Showcase • Spectrum Holobyte 1991 (Roland Sound)
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    • Flight of the Intruder (PC/DOS) 1990, Spectrum Holobyte, Rowan Software
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    • TETRIS (PC/DOS) 1987, Spectrum Holobyte, Academysoft
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  6. Spectrum Holobyte - Noble Knight Games

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    Spectrum HoloByte Inc. was founded in 1982 and incorporated in 1983 in the state of Colorado. After merging with Nexa Corporation in 1987, the company moved its headquarters to Alameda, California. The company eventually employed over 325 people and became successful in the development of games for the PC home computer.

  7. Spectrum HoloByte | Tetris Wiki | Fandom

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    Spectrum HoloByte was the first company to publish Tetris brand games in Western Europe and North America. Collaborated with Bullet-Proof Software on a few titles. Bought Microprose in 1993, and adopted the name Microprose in 1996. Bought by Hasbro in 1998; Hasbro closed Microprose in 1999...

  8. Spectrum Holobyte Games - IGN

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    Spectrum Holobyte Dec 31, 1992 Falcon A.T. Spectrum Holobyte Dec 31, 1988 Falcon -- Operation: Counterstrike Mirrorsoft, Spectrum Holobyte Dec 31, 1989 Falcon -- Operation: Firefight...

  9. Spectrum HoloByte - Closing Logos

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    Spectrum HoloByte Logo descriptions and captures by Logophile and Gilblitz112 Background: Spectrum HoloByte was a video game publisher and developer founded in 1983 in Almeda, California. The company was well-known for simulation games, most notably the flight simulator series Falcon. The company would acquire MicroProse in 1993.

  10. Spectrum HoloByte - Hard Drop - Tetris Wiki

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    The following tetromino games were developed or published by Spectrum HoloByte: Super Tetris (PC DOS, 16-bit Windows) Tetris (PC, Spectrum HoloByte) (PC DOS) Tetris Classic (PC DOS, 16-bit Windows) Non-tetromino games . The following non-tetromino games were developed or published by Spectrum HoloByte:

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