Pacific SoftScape

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Pacific SoftScape
Founded: 1993-05-05[1]
Defunct: 1996-05-03[2][3]
Headquarters: Las Ramblas, Mission Viejo, California, United States

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Pacific SoftScape Inc was an American video game development company founded on May 5, 1993 by American programmers Raymond Frericks Jr. (President) and Jeff Fort (formerly of Western Technologies Inc.), in California.

The company was involved with the development of Sega Channel. Programmer Dave Castelnuovo, at the time, an employee of the company, developed the BIOS used in both Scientific Atlanta and General Instrument Sega Channel adaptors.


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