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 In the early 1980s, GenFlux (then known as Interactive Business Systems) ventured into the gaming world with educational titles such as [[/​products/​Literate Llama]] and [[/​products/​Mr. Math's Market]]. An entire generation of school children were first introduced to the world of computers through these titles! In the early 1980s, GenFlux (then known as Interactive Business Systems) ventured into the gaming world with educational titles such as [[/​products/​Literate Llama]] and [[/​products/​Mr. Math's Market]]. An entire generation of school children were first introduced to the world of computers through these titles!
  
-The mid-80s brought new changes, as GenFlux released the //GenFlux Rapture// console gaming system. On this platform, many beloved pop culture icons were born, such as [[/​products/​Croc-Man]],​ [[/​products/​Slo-Mo the Slug]], and the world'​s most well-known Construction Worker, [[/​products/​Ultra_Gino_Guys|Gino]]! Collecting Gems and mastering jumps became a favorite passtime.+The mid-80s brought new changes, as GenFlux released the //GenFlux Rapture// console gaming system. On this platform, many beloved pop culture icons were showcased, such as [[/​products/​Croc-Man]],​ [[/​products/​Slo-Mo the Slug]], and the world'​s most well-known Construction Worker, [[/​products/​Ultra_Gino_Guys|Gino]]! Collecting Gems and mastering jumps became a favorite passtime.
  
 GenFlux was still at the forefront of gaming innovation in the 90s, when [[/​products/​Under]] became the most popular first-person shooter on the market. No demonic moleman was safe from //Frank "​Friendly"​ Fire// and his infamous "Rib Splitter"​! The franchise would spawn three sequels. GenFlux was still at the forefront of gaming innovation in the 90s, when [[/​products/​Under]] became the most popular first-person shooter on the market. No demonic moleman was safe from //Frank "​Friendly"​ Fire// and his infamous "Rib Splitter"​! The franchise would spawn three sequels.
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