Stormfront Studios

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Stormfront Studios
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Founded 1988-12-28
Closed 2008-03-31
Headquarters San Rafael, California, USA
Other Names Beyond Software (former name)

Stormfront Studios was an American game developer founded by Don Daglow. It was originally founded under the name Beyond Software, but in 1993, the studio was renamed to Stormfront Studios. The company developed many successful games based on popular IPs at the time. These included Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, NASCAR, Eagle Eye Mysteries, and Tony La Russa series of games.

The company closed their doors at the end of March 2008, which they told their employees was due to "adverse business conditions", but was because their main publisher, Sierra Entertainment, had folded.


Audio Development

Commodore 64


Their games used a music driver by David Warhol of Realtime Associates.

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