MacSoft Games

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MacSoft
Type Subsidiary
Industry Computer and video games
Founded 1993
Headquarters Plymouth, Minnesota, USA
Products Video games
Parent Destineer
Website http://www.destineerstudios.com/macsoftgames/

MacSoft is a Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States-based software developer and publisher. MacSoft was created in 1993 by Peter Tamte and has published more than 100 software products for Macintosh computers. MacSoft's products include games ported from Windows, such as Halo: Combat Evolved and the Age of Empires series, as well as productivity software such as Desktop Labels and 1-2-3 Home Design.[1]

On 30 January, 2003, Destineer announced it had acquired MacSoft from Infogrames.[2]

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  1. ^ "Infogrames Sells Macsoft...". macobserver.com. 2003-01-30. Retrieved 2012-03-07. 
  2. ^ "Infogrames Sells Macsoft...". macobserver.com. 2003-01-30. Retrieved 2012-03-07. 

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