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Founded: 1992-07-02[1][2]
Defunct: 1995-11[2]
Merged into: Creative Programming and Technology Ventures (1994)
San Luis Obispo, California, United States[2]

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Alexandria, Inc. was an American video game developer founded by Ken Balthaser, Neil Balthaser, and Eric Yiskis. Originally started as a California general partnership called Visions Unlimited, the company produced a number of Sega games throughout the mid 1990s, mostly for the Sega Mega Drive.

The company was acquired by Creative Programming and Technology Ventures, also known as CPTV, in November 1994, and ceased operations in November 1995. A number of employees migrated to nearby developer and former CPTV subsidiary[3] Oddworld Inhabitants[4], which had moved to San Luis Obispo one year earlier.[5]


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