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NovaLogic, Inc. was an American video game developer and publisher which specialized in military simulation games, most known for their Delta Force series of third-person shooters, and for their early work in voxel-powered game engines.


Founded by John A. Garcia in the early 1980s, and later officially incorporated on August 7, 1985, NovaLogic began its existence developing personal computer ports of popular Taito arcade games. Soon, the company found a niche in the exploration of emerging technologies; NovaLogic was one of the most prominent game developers licensed to the Philips CD-i, and was one of four developers to produce game software for Sega of America's cancelled Sega VR headset.