The BBC Micro game is a conversion of Cells And Serpents, written for the NASCOM computer by G. Lovell, first published in the December 1980 issue of Computing Today magazine.
The original commercial BBC Micro release by ASP was in early 1983. A functionally identical but better-annotated listing was published in the May/June 1983 issue of A&B Computing (volume 1, issue 1) which credits I.G. Nicholls with the translation.
Later, a slightly different listing was published both on the 8BS Public Domain disc 05 in September 1990 and on BBC PD disc 10. An improved version of this listing was published both on BBC PD disc 166 (which featured Mad Rabbit PD disc 024) and on 8BS Public Domain disc 08 in January 1991 which credits the improvements to Roger Pashby in October 1990.
|Title||Cells And Serpents|
|Publishers||Argus Press Software (APS) (ASP)|
8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)
A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)
Computing Today (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)
|Release Type||Commercial Release|
|Compatibility||A:✔ B:✔ Master: Untested|
This page is the entry for the canonical version of the game. For specific variants, see the list below.
|Cells And Serpents (Improved)||8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PD, Mad Rabbit Software, Argus Press Software (APS) (ASP), A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), Computing Today (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)||1991|