Ogdon Micro Design

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Ogdon Micro Design
Founded c. 1987
Closed c. 1988
Headquarters Unknown

Ogdon Micro Design, Inc. was a small software development company formed by ex-Action Graphics employee Bob Odgon that created sports games that were published by Epyx. They originally designed their games for the Commodore 64, and then helped port them to other home computer platforms. The company's first game was released in 1987, and their last was released in 1988. Ogdon Micro Design also designed board games, published by Epyx as well.


Music Development

Audio Personnel

It is unlikely that Ogdon Micro Design had an audio staff, and instead, probably relied on audio written by outside composers, such as K-Byte.