Artech Digital Entertainment

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Artech Digital Entertainment
Private
Fate Disbanded
Founded 1982
Defunct 2011
Headquarters Ottawa, Canada
Key people
Rick Banks (co-founder), Paul Butler (co-founder)
Number of employees
60+ (as of 2006)
Slogan "...in the business of making serious fun!"

Artech Digital Entertainment, Ltd. (stylized as ARTECH studios) was a video game developer formed in 1982 in Ottawa, Canada. Also known as Artech Studios, the company developed games such as Raze's Hell, Monopoly, Jeopardy!, Wheel of Fortune, and a remake of Q*bert.

The company has developed games for the Colecovision, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga, Atari computers, Nabu Network, Genesis, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Xbox, PC, and the Xbox 360. They have also developed a series of interactive games designed for standard DVD players.

Artech Studios closed its doors in December 2011.[1]

Game titles[edit]

Nabu Network[edit]

  • Zot!
  • Wiztype
  • MacBeth
  • Skiing!
  • Astro Lander
  • BC Matchup

Commodore 64[edit]

Colecovision[edit]

ZX Spectrum[edit]

Amiga[edit]

Genesis[edit]

Super NES[edit]

Mac[edit]

DOS[edit]

Windows PC[edit]

PlayStation[edit]

PlayStation 2[edit]

Xbox[edit]

DVD[edit]

  • Show Me the Wild
  • Time Troopers
  • Trivial Pursuit: Lord of the Rings
  • Scholastic Read with Me DVD!'
  • Clue
  • Candyland
  • Clifford/Goosebumps/I-Spy
  • Twister Dance

Xbox 360[edit]

PlayStation 3[edit]

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