Codex Gamicus
Capstone Software
Basic Information
computer and video games
Key People
Leigh Rothschild, David Turner, Amy Smith-Boylan

Capstone Software was a subsidiary of IntraCorp, a Miami, Florida-based computer and video game company. Capstone created first-person games such as Corridor 7: Alien Invasion, William Shatner's TekWar and Witchaven, and is also well known for releasing games based on movie/TV licenses.

Capstone's logo was a picture of a triangle. Underneath the triangle was their slogan: "The Pinnacle of Entertainment".

IntraCorp went bankrupt in 1996 and shut down all their operations, including Capstone Software. Capstone's last game, Corridor 8: Galactic Wars, never left the prototype stage and was never released. Capstone's first-person games used the Wolfenstein 3D engine, and later, the Build engine (best known for powering 3D Realms' Duke Nukem 3D).

Capstone games using the Wolfenstein 3D engine[]

  • Corridor 7: Alien Invasion
  • Operation Body Count

Capstone games using the Build engine[]

  • William Shatner's TekWar
  • Witchaven
  • Witchaven II: Blood Vengeance
  • Corridor 8: Galactic Wars (never left the prototype stage)
  • Fate (Demo was released before it was canceled.)

Games developed by Capstone[]

  • An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
  • Anyone for Cards?
  • Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
  • Cardinal of the Kremlin
  • Casino Tournament of Champions
  • Corridor 7: Alien Invasion
  • Discoveries of the Deep
  • Exotic Car Showroom
  • Grandmaster Chess
  • Miami Vice
  • Monte Carlo Baccarat
  • Operation Body Count
  • Search for the Titanic
  • Surf Ninjas
  • Taking of Beverly Hills
  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day - Chess Wars
  • Trump Castle
  • Trump Castle 2
  • Trump Castle 3
  • Wayne's World
  • Witchaven
  • Witchaven II
  • Zorro

Games distributed by Capstone[]

  • Bridge Master
  • Dark Half
  • Home Alone
  • Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
  • Homey D. Clown
  • L.A. Law
  • Superman: The Man of Steel
  • Trolls

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