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Lankhor

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Lankhor
Founded: 1987
Defunct: 2001-12

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Lankhor was a French video game development company. It started producing action games for the Amiga, Atari ST and DOS computers, before moving into racers for the Sega Mega Drive and PlayStation. Lankhor is credited with the Mega Drive versions of F1 and Kawasaki Superbike Challenge, seen to push the hardware considerably as tracks are rendered in full 3D.

Following a failed contract with Video System, Lankhor was forced to close its doors in December of 2001.

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