Simon & Schuster Interactive

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Simon & Schuster Interactive was a video game development company branched from the Simon & Schuster publishing company. They were known for their PC games in the mid to late 90s, which consisted mostly of parody games such as Deer Avenger and Who wants to beat up a millionaire. They also developed several interactive PC games made to help players learn reading and grammer, most notably the 1995 first person adventure game I.M. Meen.