|Headquarters||Chicago, Illinois, USA|
|Products||Judaic games, encyclopediae, word processors, etc.|
Davka Corporation is a software company specializing in applications related to Jewish history, customs and traditions and the Hebrew language. Founded in 1982, Davka is notable as the publisher of several early games for the Apple II series of computers including The Lion's Share by Robert Aaron and The Philistine Ploy by Robert Aaron and Alan Rosenbaum. The company currently publishes numerous software titles for the PC, Macintosh and Palm platforms.
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