Capitol Disc Interactive
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|Capitol Disc Interactive|
|T-series code: T-135|
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Capitol Disc Interactive, also known simply as CapDisc, was a producer of video games from roughly 1991 to 1996. The company, a spin off of Capitol Video Communications Inc., primarily developed games for the Philips CD-i or ported existing video game titles to the platform. However, a Mega-CD release of the company's CD-i' title NFL Football Trivia Challenge was produced in 1993. The title's CD-i sequel, NFL Football Trivia Challenge '94-'95 Edition, along with similar CD-i title NFL Instant Replay were not ported to any Sega system.
Because of the company's shifting names throughout the late 1980s to mid-1990s, it is difficult to determine if and/or when Capitol Disc Interactive ceased functioning. The last CD-i game the company developed was released in 1996.
- Capitol Media Seeks Big Score with Interactive Video Games, Washington Post, 1992-04-06