Bit Corporation (普澤 Pu Ze in Chinese) was a Taiwanese game developer and console manufacturer.
Bit Corporation was one of the few Taiwanese companies to produce original software for the Atari 2600 rather than simply pirating the works of others, which it released worldwide under both its own name and the Puzzy brand.
The majority of the consoles manufactured by Bit Corporation were clones of existing systems, such as the Famicom, Atari 2600 and Sega SG-1000. The company also produced two computers, the Bit-60 and Bit-90, which were based on 2600 and ColecoVision hardware respectively and compatible with each console's cartridges.
Bit was also involved in the Gamate handheld game console, the first original Taiwanese handheld; its name appears on all games' title screens and both the system and console packaging. However, recent developments suggest that two other companies, Dunhuang Technology (a now-defunct subsidiary of UMC) and Gamtec, were also somehow involved in the hardware and software respectively. This was, however, to be Bit Corp's last venture, as in 1992 the company closed citing "operational difficulties"
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