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Foley Hi-Tech

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Foley Hi-Tech
Founded: 1983
Defunct: 1996
Headquarters: Amber Drive, San Francisco, California, USA

Foley Hi-Tech[1] , also known as Foley Hi-Tech Systems, was a video game development company founded in 1983 by David Russell Foley[2] in San Francisco, California. The company was involved with the development of Sega Channel doing artwork and menus[3] and also working on an unreleased Web Browser for Mega Drive, the Web Blaster [4][5], to be used on the service. The company developed a number of games[6] for Mega Drive and Sega Mega-CD, though some of them were never released.

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