Telesys

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Telesys
IndustryVideo game development and publishing
Founded1982
Defunct1983-4
HeadquartersFremont, CA USA
Key people
Richard Taylor, President [1]
ProductsAtari 2600 games

Telesys was an Atari 2600 game developer and publisher that released six titles, all in 1982, before going out of business. Their slogan was "Fun in games." [2]

The only catalog from Telesys (1983) indicated that the company planned to become a "full-line software company," releasing games, educational, and productivity software for home computers.[1] The company folded before this happened.

Games[edit]

Telesys released the following games:[2]

Unreleased prototypes[edit]

  • Bouncin' Baby Bunnies (1983)[4]
  • The Impossible Game[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Telesys Atari 2600 Catalog. Fremont, CA USA: Telesys. 1983.
  2. ^ a b "Companies - Telesys". AtariAge.
  3. ^ "Atari 2600: Demolition Herby". archive.org.
  4. ^ "Bouncin' Baby Bunnies". AtariProtos.com.
  5. ^ Herman, Leonard. "Telesys' The Impossible Game". Digital Press.