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|Developer(s)||Silicon Beach Software|
|Operating system||System 4–System 6|
|Type||Bitmap and vector-based image editing|
SuperPaint is a graphics program capable of both bitmap painting and vector drawing. It was originally written by William Snider, published by Silicon Beach Software, and originally released in 1986 for the Apple Macintosh. William Snider wrote and designed the program from his house on an Apple Lisa in Pascal. SuperPaint was one of the first programs of its kind, combining the features of MacPaint and MacDraw. It was the only program that outsold Silicon Beach's Dark Castle games, but SuperPaint was much more lucrative for the company. Later versions were published by Aldus until about 1992.
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- SuperPaint 3.5 review - Feb 1994
- a screenshot from SuperPaint version 1
- The Vintage Mac Museum: 1-bit Screenshot of SuperPaint at the Wayback Machine (archived June 13, 2006)
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