Cosmi Corporation was established in 1982, founded by George Johnson. The company published titles for many Personal Computer systems such as the Atari 8-bit family, Commodore 64 and IBM PC. This included many games, such as Forbidden Forest, The President Is Missing, or the very popular Aztec Challenge. It also published utility software including a database, word processor, spreadsheet, street maps, vacation planners, a 3D World Atlas, and other tools.
Cosmi products include business and productivity, graphics and publishing, utilities, learning, languages, and games software.
Cosmi produces famous titles such as:
- Print Perfect Scrapbook Deluxe - Creates memorable scrapbook layouts, templates, designs, decorative artwork, and photo editing tools.
- mySkins iPod Video - Styles and protects the surface of the iPod.
- Website Promoter - Contains tools that will drive traffic to a website, optimise rankings in key search engines, and boost site's popularity.
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