Artech Digital Entertainment

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Artech Digital Entertainment
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 " 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, Sega Genesis, Sony PlayStation, Sony 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]

Commodore 64[edit]


ZX Spectrum[edit]


Sega Mega Drive[edit]

Super Nintendo[edit]



Windows PC[edit]


PlayStation 2[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 Live Arcade[edit]

PlayStation Network / PS3[edit]


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