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Ambrosia Software is a predominantly Macintosh software company located in Rochester, New York. Ambrosia produces utilities and games. Its products are distributed as shareware; demo versions can be downloaded and used for up to 30 days.
Ambrosia's best-selling program is the utility Snapz Pro X, although the company is better known for the production and the distribution of games. Incorporated August 18, 1993 by its president, Andrew Welch, after graduating from the RIT in 1992, the first game produced by Ambrosia was Maelstrom, a remake of the Asteroids arcade game. Maelstrom quickly became popular in the Macintosh community, and won a number of software awards.