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Distinctive Software Inc. was a video game developer active during the late 1980s and early 1990s founded by future Electronic Arts and Microsoft executive, Don Mattrick.. Its porting division, established in 1988, was Unlimited Software Inc.. It produced the DOS versions of several Sega arcade games for Activision. It became Electronic Arts Canada in 1991 after being bought by EA. Some of its staff would later become part of Extended Play Productions, another EA subsidiary.
- After Burner (as Unlimited Software; 1989)
- OutRun (as Unlimited Software; 1989)
- Altered Beast (as Unlimited Software; 1990)
- The Duel: Test Drive II (1992)
- Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego? (1992)
- Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? (as Electronic Arts Canada; 1992)
- FIFA International Soccer (as EA Canada; 1993)
- FIFA Soccer 96 (as Electronic Arts Canada; 1995)
- Road & Track Presents The Need for Speed (as Electronic Arts Canada; 1996)
- Nissan Presents Over Drivin' GT-R (as Electronic Arts Canada; 1996)
- FIFA Road to World Cup 98 (as EA Canada; 1997)