FormGen From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia FormGen Corporation was a business software, shareware and computer game company that was founded in 1987 by friends Randy MacLean and Robert Van Rycke in Bolton, a neighbourhood in Caledon, Ontario, Canada.
FormGen Inc. 154 F.3d 1107 (9th Cir. 1998) is a California court case in which United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit overruled the district court's decision in favor of the plaintiff, FormGen Inc. against the defendant, Micro Star on the issue of the fair use of the user-created levels for the video game Duke Nukem 3D, which is owned by FormGen Inc.
- November 4 1997
- September 11 1998
- United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
- Alex Kozinski
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FormGen prétextait que les ventes de la compilation de Micro Star Nuke It, qui rassemble des cartes de niveaux créées par des joueurs, violait les droits d'auteur de Duke Nukem 3D. FormGen gagne le procès . FormGen est racheté en juillet 1996 par GT Interactive Software pour 1 million de dollars en actions , par le biais du rachat de ...
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FormGen, Inc. was an American computer game company founded in 1987. FormGen released retail versions of many of Apogee's early mail-order games, and was the publisher of some of Apogee's later games such as Duke Nukem 3D.
FormGen released a number of early Apogee games in a boxed retail format in North America. These releases contained physical manuals, and both 3.5 inch disk and CD-ROM boxes were available. At least some of these releases (such as Alien Carnage, Hocus Pocus, and Raptor) also had alternate versions, possibly distributed in the UK, which featured slightly different boxes. These UK boxes used a different version of the game's logo (as is the case for Alien Carnage and Raptor), or featured a tagline...
In 1995, FormGen released several Apogee games in a retail CD-ROM jewel case format. These jewel cases were not released in boxes (although some of these games did also have CD-ROM versions in the big box series). The jewel cases do not contain physical manuals.
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FormGen was a manufacturer and distributor for Duke Nukem 3D in 1996, before they were purchased by GT Interactive later that year. FormGen is also notable for its role as one of the plaintiffs in an intellectual property lawsuit, "Micro Star v. FormGen Inc.", in which they argued that Micro Star had committed copyright infringement by selling the Nuke It add-on for Duke Nukem 3D. They won the ...
FormGen Corporation adalah sebuah perusahaan perangkat lunak bisnis, perangkat berbagi dan permainan komputer. Perusahaan tersebut didirikan pada 1987 oleh Randy MacLean dan Robert Van Rycke di Bolton, Caledon, Ontario, Kanada.
Wolfenstein 3D is a first-person shooter video game developed by id Software and published by Apogee Software and FormGen. Originally released on May 5, 1992 for DOS, it was inspired by the 1981 Muse Software video game Castle Wolfenstein, and is the third installment in the Wolfenstein series.
Tom Hall (born September 2, 1964) is a game designer best known for his work with id Software on titles such as Doom and Commander Keen.He attended the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where he earned a B.S. in Computer Science