They later transitioned into making copiers under the brand names Alma, Gamars and Salyute.
At some point this business was transferred to the two affiliated companies Forcer Microsystem Co., Ltd (永程科技有限公司) and Zi San Electronics Corp (馹三電子股份有限公司), formerly Zi San Enterprise Co., Ltd. Forcer Microsystem was described as an engineering and design company, with Zi San Electronics marketing and manufacturing their products..
Zi San and Forcer continued to use the Gamars brand on a series of game console accessories, including further copiers and a VCD player card for the PS1.
- Archived copies of old gamars.com.tw website
- Archived copies of later gamars.co.uk website (appears to be a sales/affiliate marketing site for Gamars PS2 memory cards, its status as an official site of Gamars is unknown)
- ↑ http://www.yello.tw/company/55483/zi-san-electronics-corpforcer-microsystem-co-ltd
- ↑ http://tw.eechain.com/comp/compcontentkeyword.asp?a=13907&b=
- ↑ http://sources4u.com/super-disk_12486.html
- ↑ http://web.archive.org/web/20040619163328/http://www.gamars.com.tw/E-Zi-San/E-html/e-profile.html
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0XkoZXmGOE
- ↑ http://www.twa.com.tw/89469294
- ↑ http://www.twa.com.tw/23021463