Recreational Brainware

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Recreational Brainware was an American video game developer which worked closely with Sega of America during the early 1990s.


In 1990, Recreational Brainware was commissioned by Sega of America develop a sound driver that would assist Western developers struggling with the unfamiliar sound hardware. The resulting software, GEMS, would see use in nearly 200 released games.

After the studio folded sometime in mid 1991, former staff Jon Miller and David Foley would establish developer Extended Play to finish production of the action platform game Chakan.