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ASC Games

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Former type  Private
Defunct  7 January 2000
Headquarters  Darien
Number of employees  35 (2000)
Industry  Video game industry
Website  ASCGames.com
Founded  1992
Ceased operations  January 7, 2000
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Key people  Steve Grossman (Chairman, CEO) David Klein (Executive Vice President)

ASC Games (abbreviated from American Softworks Corporation) was an American video game publisher founded in 1992. Formerly based in Darien, Connecticut, the company quickly became a major publisher for games on the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis.

The company eventually shut down on 7 January 2000 due to the financial issues that came with the ongoing delay of their upcoming game, Werewolf: The Apocalypse - The Heart of Gaia, which was in development by BetaSoft Games.

Notable releases

  • Grand Theft Auto for MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows in North America.
  • TNN Bass Tournament of Champions for Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis in North America.
  • Sanitarium for Microsoft Windows in North America and Europe.
  • References

    ASC Games Wikipedia


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