Definitions for audiogenicˌɔ di əˈdʒɛn ɪk
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au•di•o•gen•icˌɔ di əˈdʒɛn ɪk(adj.)
caused by sound.
Origin of audiogenic:
produced by sound
an audiogenic seizure
Audiogenic Software was a United Kingdom video game developer company. It was established in 1985 following an earlier Audiogenic company that had been founded in the late 1970s. It published its last new title in 1997, after the core of the development team were taken over by Codemasters to create Brian Lara Cricket on the PlayStation. The company is, however, still in existence and continues to license its portfolio of titles to third parties for conversion onto new formats. Though almost unknown in the United States, the company was successful in the United Kingdom and in Australia with a line of cricket and rugby games, some versions of which were licensed to other publishers. Several games were also published under licence in Japan, including World Class Rugby for the Super NES, and a follow-up, World Class Rugby 2, both of which were published by Imagineer.
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