Electronic Arts Seattle

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Electronic Arts Seattle
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Founded 1988
Closed 2002
Headquarters Seattle, Washington, USA
Other Names Manley & Associates
Manley and Associates

Electronic Arts Seattle was an American game developer created in 1988 as Manley & Associates. The company was founded by Ivan Manley. In 1996, Electronic Arts acquired the company, and subsequently shut down the studio in 2002.


Audio Development


All of the company's SNES games used Sculptured Software's BMus sound development system.

Pink Goes to Hollywood, Super Conflict, and The Wizard of Oz used the first version, WildSnake used the second version, and King Arthur & The Knights of Justice used the third version.

Audio Personnel

Picture Gallery