|Published games by||Codemasters, Gamtec, Super Game, Ei-How Yang, Western Technologies|
|Related companies||Hosenkan Electronics, Tiger Electronics, Shanghai Paradise (?)|
They also released a Famicom version of the Game Genie along with the release of several of Codemasters' NES games in 60-pin Famicom format. BIC was also manufacturing all the PCBs for Camerica releases, based on their having "BIC" PCB codes. Other Famicom releases included Videomation by Western Technologies (a licensed game in the US) and Fire Dragon by Gamtec.
According to the Oliver Twins, who developed games for Codemasters at the time, Codemasters had never delivered an authorization to retail the games on 60-pin Famicom cartridges. Since the European releases of the Codemasters games were not manufactured by BIC, there's a high possibility that BIC licensed those games through Camerica, when the later was in need of funds.
Realtec was also the parent company of Super Game, although these games were released under the name "Sugar Softec", presumably as a way to distance them from Realtec's more legitimate activities.
Here are a few typical Realtec cartridges.