Capstone Software

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Capstone Software
IndustryVideo games
HeadquartersMiami, Florida, U.S.
Key people
Leigh Rothschild, David Turner, Amy Smith-Boylan, James M. Wheeler

Capstone Software was a subsidiary of IntraCorp, a Miami-based computer and video game company. Founded in 1984, Capstone created first-person games such as Corridor 7: Alien Invasion, William Shatner's TekWar[1] and Witchaven,[2] and is also known for releasing games based on movie/TV licenses. Capstone's first-person games used the Wolfenstein 3D engine, and later, the Build engine.

IntraCorp went bankrupt in 1996 and shut down all its operations, including Capstone Software. Capstone's last game, Corridor 8: Galactic Wars, never left the prototype stage and was never released. Capstone became VRTech, providing first-person buildouts of new construction condominiums using the Build engine. It eventually closed down.



  1. ^ Tarason, Dominic (2018-02-19). "William Shatner's Tekwar lives again... for some reason". Rock,_Paper,_Shotgun. Retrieved 2020-11-28.
  2. ^ "Witchaven - PC - GameSpy". Retrieved 2020-11-28.

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