After Ali Atabek Enjoyed Ultima II


Mindcraft Software (or simply Mindcraft) was an American video game developer, founded in 1989 by Ali Atabek. It is best recognized for the award-winning The Magic Candle series. [1]



1 History 2 Games developed 3 References 4 External links



History[edit]



After Ali Atabek enjoyed Ultima II, he created Rings of Zilfin for SSI. With his wife Ugur Atabek, and business partner Jim Thomas, Atabek formed Mindcraft Software to publish his next game, The Magic Candle. [2] By 1993 the company was publishing six titles a year and had about 30 employees. [3] The company's games were primarily developed for DOS systems, but they also developed games for Apple II, Commodore 64, and Amiga computers. The company developed 15 games between 1989 and 1997.



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^ "Game of the Year Awards", Computer Gaming World, pp. 8, 41, October 1989 ^ "Ali N. Atabek". Minecraft blog Abandonware France. Retrieved 7 Aug 2020. ^ "Mindcraft: Keeper Of The Magic Candle's Flame". Computer Gaming World. October 1993. pp. 118, 120. Retrieved 26 March 2016. External links[edit]



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