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This profile was last updated on 5/28/11  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

  • President
    American Video Entertainment
  • Vice President
    Share Data
  • Atari and Tengen
  • The Warp Zone

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    American Video Entertainment
  • Founder
    American Game Carts Inc.
13 Total References
Web References
NES WORLD - DEDICATED TO LIFE IN 8 BITS!
www.nesworld.com, 28 May 2011 [cached]
Phil also worked at Color Dreams before co-forming American Video Entertainment with Richard Frick and Fred Hoot.
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RICHARD FRICK
FOUNDER OF AMERICAN VIDEO ENTERTAINMENT
This guy has been working quite a few places in the entertainment business. Before founding American Video Entertainment Richard Frick was working for Atari, after American Video Entertainment folded around 1994 he went to work for Equilibrium and from there he more or less left the video game business. This is probably the most interesting interview at least for me as a fan of unlicensed NES game companies. Richard Frick also tells us a little bit about American Game Carts Inc.
The Warp Zone
www.neswarpzone.com, 29 July 2007 [cached]
Richard Frick
Richard Frick was the man who founded American Video Entertainment, an unlicensed Nintendo company.
The Warp Zone
www.planetnintendo.com, 17 April 2006 [cached]
S.E.I. was formed in Sanford, North Carolina, around 1989 by a few doctors looking for a quick buck or two, according to Richard Frick, the president of American Video Entertainment, who had a few dealings with S.E.I. himself.
NESWORLD.COM - AMERICAN VIDEO ENTERTAINMENT SPECIAL (AVE)
www.nesworld.com, 30 May 2009 [cached]
Richard Frick became president of AVE, he came from a company called ShareData, who later formed a subsidiary called American Game Carts Inc. Frick helped make probably the best NES zapper game ever, Chiller.
The Warp Zone
www.neswarpzone.com, 29 July 2007 [cached]
Richard Frick was appointed vice president of ShareData in 1989. Frick would be responsible for developing new recreational software titles. Richard had previously worked at Tengen developing unlicensed Nintendo games; in early '90 he would leave to form his own company American Video Entertainment.
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