IdParentDisctitle articletitlepublisherfilenameCommercialgenregenre2yearauthorsavejoystickCompilationseries/noplayersminplayersmaxhardwareelectronversionABMNotes
1DISC001Banana ManMRM SoftwareDisc001-BananaMan.ssdRMaze1983Mike Goldberg11NY
2DISC001Bug BlasterAlligataDisc001-BugBlaster.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Centipede1983Steve EvansFistful Of Fun11NY0
3DISC001Cylon AttackA&F SoftwareDisc001-CylonAttackAFSTD.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1983Doug AndersonSTDO11NY
4DISC001Demon Decorator (AKA Painter)Micro Power (Program Power)Disc001-DemonDecorator.ssdRMazeAmidar1983Micro Power Magic 311NY0
5DISC001Felix In The FactoryMicro Power (Program Power)Disc001-FelixInTheFactory.ssdRPlatformer1983John Chaytor10 Computer Hits 1 (Beau Jolly), Micro Power Magic 211NY0
6DISC001HunchbackSuperior SoftwareDisc001-Hunchback.ssdRPlatformer (Scrolling)Hunchback1983John Dyson11MK1NY
7DISC001Killer GorillaMicro Power (Program Power)Disc001-KillerGorilla.ssdRPlatformerDonkey Kong1983Adrian StephensO10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly), Micro Power Magic 111NY0
8DISC001MeteorsAcornsoftDisc001-Meteors.ssdRSpace ShooterAsteroids1982Neil RaineAcornsoft Hits 211V1NY0<p>Meteors is a clone of the 1979 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYSupJ5r2zo">Asteroids</a> from Atari.</p>
9DISC001Missile ControlGeminiDisc001-MissileControl.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1983Nicholas TingleO14V3NY
10DISC001MonstersAcornsoft, Superior SoftwareDisc001-Monsters.ssdRPlatformerSpace Panic1982Tim DobsonPlay It Again Sam 1111V3.2NY0<p>Monsters is a clone of the 1980 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLd1xABCsaQ">Space Panic</a> from Universal.</p>
11DISC001Planetoid (AKA Defender)AcornsoftDisc001-PlanetoidAKADefender.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Defender1982Neil RaineAcornsoft Hits 111V2.1NY0<p>Planetoid is a clone of the 1980 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gss3lxeqCok">Defender</a> from Williams.</p>
12DISC001Q-ManMRM SoftwareDisc001-QMan.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert1984Mike Goldberg11V3.10NY
13DISC001Rocket RaidAcornsoftDisc001-RocketRaid.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Scramble1982Jonathan GriffithsOAcornsoft Hits 111V2.1NY0<p>Rocket Raid is a clone of the 1981 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Vc-RIkpk40">Scramble</a> from Konami.</p>
14DISC001Snapper (AKA Pac-Man) (AKA Pacman)AcornsoftDisc001-SnapperV2.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1982Jonathan GriffithsO11V2.2NY0<p>Snapper is a clone of the 1980 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dScq4P5gn4A">Pac-Man</a> from Namco.</p>
15DISC001Space AdventureVirgin GamesDisc001-SpaceAdventurePro.ssdRArcade Adventure1983Pro SoftwareO11NY
16DISC001Super InvadersAcornsoftDisc001-SuperInvaders.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1982Geoff CrammondO11V1NY0<p>Super Invaders is a clone of the 1978 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MU4psw3ccUI">Space Invaders</a> from Taito.</p>
17DISC001SwoopMicro Power (Program Power)Disc001-Swoop.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1982David ElliotOMicro Power Magic 311NY0
18DISC001Zany KongSolar SoftDisc001-ZanyKong.ssdRPlatformerDonkey Kong1983Christopher HydeO11NY0
19DISC002Alien SwirlMicro Power (Program Power)Disc002-AlienSwirl.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Mat Newman11NY
20DISC002ArcadiansAcornsoftDisc002-Arcadians.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1982Nick Pelling (Orlando)OAcornsoft Hits 212V1.2NY0<p>Arcadians is a clone of the 1979 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhYVcwhSWjI">Galaxian</a> from Namco.</p>
21DISC002BlaggerAlligataDisc002-Blagger.ssdRPlatformer1983Ross GoodleyChartbusters, 10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly), 5 Computer Hits (Beau Jolly)Blagger 111NY0
22DISC002Canyon BattleBBC SoftDisc002-CanyonBattle.ssdRShooter (Vertical)1983Peter Voke11V1NY
23DISC002Carousel (AKA Carnival)AcornsoftDisc002-Carousel.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Carnival1983David ShepherdO11V1.1NY0<p>Carousel is a clone of the 1980 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7X0iCGCv0Y">Carnival</a> from Sega.</p>
24DISC002Centipede (AKA Centibug)Superior SoftwareDisc002-CentipedeAKACentibug.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Centipede1983Richard Hanson11NY
25DISC002Chuckie EggA&F SoftwareDisc002-ChuckieEgg.ssdRPlatformer1983Doug Anderson10 Computer Hits 1 (Beau Jolly)114NY0<p>Originally written by sixteen-year-old Nigel Alderton for the Sinclair Spectrum. See&nbsp;<a href="https://www.nowgamer.com/the-making-of-chuckie-egg/">this feature on NowGamer.com</a>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
26DISC002Dogfight (AKA Dog Fight)OpusDisc002-Dogfight2P.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1983Andrew T.J. HilbigO22NY
27DISC002Felix And The Fruit MonstersMicro Power (Program Power)Disc002-FelixAndTheFruitMonsters.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1983John Chaytor11NY0
28DISC002Frogger (AKA Froggy)Superior SoftwareDisc002-FroggerSuperior.ssdRPlatformerFrogger1983John Dyson11NY
29DISC002Galaxians (AKA Galaxy Birds) (AKA G*Birds)Superior SoftwareDisc002-Galaxians.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1982Richard Hanson11NY
30DISC002HopperAcornsoftDisc002-Hopper.ssdRPlatformerFrogger1983Neil RaineO11V2.2NY0<p>Hopper is a clone of the 1981 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNrz9_Fe-Us">Frogger</a> from Konami.</p>
31DISC002Road RunnerSuperior SoftwareDisc002-RoadRunner.ssdRDriving (Maze)Rally-X1983Richard HansonO11NY
32DISC002SnookerAcornsoftDisc002-SnookerAcornsoft2P.ssdRSport (Snooker)1983Kevin ReidO22V2.1NY
33DISC002Spectipede (AKA Spectapede)MastertronicDisc002-Spectipede.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Centipede1984T.F.C.O11NY
34DISC002Star Soccer (AKA Five-A-Side Socca) (AKA Five-A-Side Football)IJK SoftwareDisc002-StarSoccerAKAFiveASide2P.ssdRSport (Football)Soccer1983D.M. SmithOIJK Software Cassette 1722NY
35DISC002Starship CommandAcornsoftDisc002-StarshipCommand.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1983Peter IrvinOAcornsoft Hits 211V1NY0
36DISC002VortexSoftware InvasionDisc002-Vortex.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Simon VoutOSmash 711NY0
37DISC0033D MunchyMRM SoftwareDisc003-3DMunchy.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man 3D1983Mike Williams11NY0
38DISC003Alien DropoutSuperior SoftwareDisc003-AlienDropout.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Astro Invader, Kamikaze1982Richard HansonO11NY0
39DISC003AviatorAcornsoftDisc003-Aviator.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1983Geoff CrammondO11V1.2NY
40DISC003Battle TankSuperior SoftwareDisc003-BattleTank.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)3D Battlezone1983Mark SilverOSuperior Collection Volume 2, 10 Computer Hits 3 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
41DISC003Escape From Moonbase AlphaMicro Power (Program Power)Disc003-EscapeFromMoonbaseAlpha.ssdRArcade Adventure1983Adrian Stephens11NY
42DISC003Fruit MachineSuperior SoftwareDisc003-FruitMachineSuperior.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1982Richard Hanson11NY0
43DISC003Gorf (AKA Gorph)Doctor SoftDisc003-Gorf.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Gorf1983Matthew WalthamO11V1NY
44DISC003Maze InvadersMicro Power (Program Power)Disc003-MazeInvaders.ssdRMaze1982Gwyneth Pettit18NY
45DISC003Moon RaiderMicro Power (Program Power)Disc003-MoonRaider.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Scramble1983David ElliotO10 Computer Hits 3 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
46DISC003Mr. ShifterMRM SoftwareDisc003-MrShifter.ssdUMazeArcade, Pac-Man1983Mike Goldberg11NY0
47DISC003Munchyman (AKA Munchy Man)Micro Power (Program Power)Disc003-Munchyman.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man198211YY0
48DISC003Noc-A-BlocVirgin GamesDisc003-NocABloc.ssdRMazePengo1983Richard BygraveO11NY
49DISC003Pinball ArcadeKansas City SystemsDisc003-PinballArcadeSTT.ssdRSimulation (Pinball)1983Mike ChalkSTT11NY
50DISC003Smash & GrabSuperior SoftwareDisc003-SmashGrab.ssdRPlatformer1984Walter Mansell10 Computer Hits 2 (Beau Jolly), Superior Collection Volume 111V1NY0
51DISC003Space InvadersSuperior SoftwareDisc003-SpaceInvadersSuperior.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1982John DysonO11NY
52DISC003Tetrapod (AKA Star Swarm)AcornsoftDisc003-TetrapodAKAStarSwarm.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Nick Reeves11V1NY
53DISC003Uncle Claude (AKA Electro Freddy)AlligataDisc003-UncleClaude.ssdRMaze1984Marcus AltmanOFistful Of Fun11NY0
54DISC003ZalagaAardvarkDisc003-Zalaga.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaga1983Nick Pelling (Orlando)O10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly)12V2.2NY0
55DISC0043D Bomb AlleySoftware InvasionDisc004-3DBombAlley.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1983Simon VoutOSmash 711NY0
56DISC004Cosmic FighterKansas City SystemsDisc004-CosmicFighter.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Walter MansellO11NY
57DISC004CroakerMicro Power (Program Power)Disc004-Croaker.ssdRPlatformerFrogger1983Chris Butler5 Computer Hits (Beau Jolly), Micro Power Magic 311NY0
58DISC004Cybertron MissionMicro Power (Program Power)Disc004-CybertronMission.ssdRArcade Adventure1983Matthew BatesMicro Power Magic 211NY0
59DISC004Danger UXB (AKA Blockman) (AKA Check Man)Micro Power (Program Power)Disc004-DangerUXB.ssdRMazeCheck Man1983Peter Averill10 Computer Hits 3 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
60DISC004Escape From OrionHopesoftDisc004-EscapeFromOrion.ssdRPlatformer1983Paul ShaveO11V1NY
61DISC004Free FallAcornsoftDisc004-FreeFall.ssdRSpace Puncher (Gallery)1983Ian BellO11V1.2NY0
62DISC004Ghouls (AKA Ghoulies)Micro Power (Program Power)Disc004-Ghouls.ssdRPlatformer1983David J. Hoskins10 Computer Hits 1 (Beau Jolly), 10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
63DISC004JCB DiggerAcornsoftDisc004-JCBDigger.ssdRCatch 'emSpace Panic In A JCB1984Jonathan GriffithsO11V1.1NY
64DISC004Jet Power JackMicro Power (Program Power)Disc004-JetPowerJack.ssdRPlatformer1984Simon PhippsO10 Computer Hits 2 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
65DISC004MicrobeVirgin GamesDisc004-Microbe.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1983Simon BirrellO11NY
66DISC004TheMineMicro Power (Program Power)Disc004-Mine.ssdRMazeDig Dug1983Walter MansellO10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly), Micro Power Magic 311V2NY0
67DISC004OverdriveSuperior SoftwareDisc004-Overdrive.ssdRDrivingPole Position1984Peter JohnsonSuperior Collection Volume 211NY0
68DISC004Penguin (AKA Pengo)H-Soft (H. Soft)Disc004-Pengo.ssdRMazePengo1983S.J. Cowham11NY
69DISC004SnakeAcornsoft, BBC SoftDisc004-SnakeFunGames.ssdRMazeBlockade, Snake1982Fun Games11V5YY0<p>Snake is a clone of the 1976 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5v-0CwiabZA">Blockade</a> from Gremlin.</p> <p>Blockade is believed to have been the original 'Snake' game, although the 1982 arcade game <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTFOwqZcEP4">Nibbler</a> from Rock-Ola, may be the first where the snake grows after eating food.</p>
70DISC004Super GolfSquirrel SoftDisc004-Supergolf.ssdRSport (Golf)1982CEPS Ltd.14NY
71DISC004Transistor's RevengeSoftspotDisc004-TransistorsRevenge.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1983Chris Butler11NY
72DISC004WallabySuperior SoftwareDisc004-Wallaby.ssdRPlatformerKangaroo1984Peter Johnson, David Lovekin10 Computer Hits 3 (Beau Jolly), Superior Collection Volume 111V1NY0
73DISC005Astro TrackerBeebugsoftDisc005-AstroTracker.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids1982Dino Dini11V2.1NYSold by Beebugsoft, first advertised in volume 1 issue 8 in December 1982, although it may have been advertised on a seperate leaflet slightly earlier. <br>Sold as "Games 6".
74DISC005Attack On Alpha CentauriSoftware InvasionDisc005-AttackOnAlphaCentauri.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1983Simon VoutSmash 711NY0
75DISC005B.C. BillImagineDisc005-BCBill.ssdRCollect 'Em Up1984CTG Ltd.11NY
76DISC005BMX On The MoonSuperior SoftwareDisc005-BMXOnTheMoon.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Moon Buggy1983Timothy Tyler, Ian RobinsonSuperior Collection Volume 111NY0
77DISC005Castle AssaultMRM SoftwareDisc005-CastleAssault.ssdRPlatformer1984Mike Williams11NY
78DISC005Cowboy ShootoutMicro Power (Program Power)Disc005-CowboyShootout.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Boot Hill198212NY
79DISC005Daredevil Dennis (AKA Dare Devil Denis)Visions SoftwareDisc005-DareDevilDenis.ssdRPlatformerDaredevil Dennis (Dare Devil Denis), Motorbike Jumping1984Simon Pick11NY0
80DISC005DemolatorVisions SoftwareDisc005-Demolator.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)1983Jim StewartO11NY
81DISC005FortressPaceDisc005-Fortress.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Zaxxon1983Mat NewmanO11NY
82DISC005Fruity FreddySoftspotDisc005-FruityFreddy.ssdRSpray 'em UpShooter, Weedkiller1983Chris Butler11NY
83DISC005GunsmokeSoftware Invasion, TynesoftDisc005-Gunsmoke.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984Simon VoutSmash 7, Four Great Games vol. 211NY0
84DISC005Laser CommandMicro Power (Program Power)Disc005-LaserCommand.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1982T. MabbsO12NY
85DISC005Mr. Ee!Micro Power (Program Power)Disc005-MrEe.ssdRMazeMr. Do!1984Adrian StephensO10 Computer Hits 1 (Beau Jolly), Micro Power Magic 211NY0
86DISC005PainterA&F SoftwareDisc005-PainterAF.ssdRMazeAmidar1983Doug Anderson11NY
87DISC005Q*BertSuperior SoftwareDisc005-Qbert.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert1983Peter Johnson11NY
88DISC005Tarzan (AKA Tarzan Boy)AlligataDisc005-Tarzan.ssdRPlatformer1984Chris ButlerOFistful Of Fun, 10 Computer Hits 1 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
89DISC005Twin Kingdom ValleyBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc005-TwinKingdomValleySTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1983Trevor HallSTTFive Star Games 1 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
90DISC005Winged WarlordsSuperior SoftwareDisc005-WingedWarlords.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Joust1984Paul Haigh12NY
91DISC0063D Space RangerMicrobyteDisc006-3DSpaceRanger.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983O11NY
92DISC006ChallengerMastertronicDisc006-Challenger.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Defender1984John WalshO11NY
93DISC006Cosmic CruiserImagineDisc006-CosmicCruiser.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984CTG Ltd.11NY
94DISC006DiggerVisions SoftwareDisc006-Digger.ssdRMazeDig Dug1983Howard Richards11NY
95DISC006Felix Meets The Evil WeevilsMicro Power (Program Power)Disc006-FelixMeetsTheEvilWeevils.ssdRPlatformer1984John Grove10 Computer Hits 3 (Beau Jolly), Micro Power Magic 311NY0
96DISC006Frak!AardvarkDisc006-Frak.ssdRPlatformer1984Nick Pelling (Orlando)Five Star Games 3 (Beau Jolly)11V1.1NY0
97DISC006HeistSoftspotDisc006-Heist.ssdRPlatformer1983Marcus Altman11NY
98DISC006Hell DriverMicro Power (Program Power)Disc006-HellDriver.ssdRDriving (Maze)Rally-X1983OMicro Power Magic 211NY0
99DISC006Laser ReflexTalent Computer SystemsDisc006-LaserReflex.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984John Colin, Jon Malone, Mike Masters11NY
100DISC006MineshaftDurellDisc006-Mineshaft.ssdRPlatformer1984Nick Wilson, Julian Todd10 Computer Hits 3 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
101DISC006Mr. Wiz!Superior SoftwareDisc006-MrWiz.ssdRMazeMr. Do!1984John LlewellynO11NY
102DISC006Plutonium PlunderMicro Power (Program Power)Disc006-PlutoniumPlunder.ssdRMazePengo1984John ChaytorOMicro Power Magic 111NY0
103DISC006Pole PositionAtarisoftDisc006-PolePosition.ssdRDrivingPole Position1984Richard G. Warner11NY
104DISC006ProtectorQuicksilvaDisc006-ProtectorJ.ssdRSpace1983Andy GreenR12NY0<p>This game may not be playable without a joystick. Jsbeeb does not currently emulate a joystick so it might not be possible to play this game on the website. Try using an emulator or a real BBC.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
105DISC006RockySuperior SoftwareDisc006-Rocky.ssdRMaze1983R. WallenO11NY
106DISC006Space FighterSuperior SoftwareDisc006-SpaceFighter.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Defender1982Richard Hanson11NY
107DISC006Stock CarMicro Power (Program Power)Disc006-StockCar.ssdRDriving (Top Down)Sprint1983A.W. HalseOFive Star Games 2 (Beau Jolly), Micro Power Magic 112NY0
108DISC006ZarmMicro Power (Program Power)Disc006-Zarm.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Lunar Rescue1983David Tolchard, Jeffrey Siddle11NY
109DISC007AirliftSuperior SoftwareDisc007-Airlift.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)1984Peter JohnsonSuperior Collection Volume 111NY0
110DISC007Caesar The CatMirrorsoftDisc007-CaesarTheCat.ssdRMaze1984Andromeda Software10 Computer Hits 3 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
111DISC007Corporate ClimberDynabyteDisc007-CorporateClimber.ssdRPlatformer1983J.E.D. Hurwitz, Mark YellDynabyte Collection11NY0
112DISC007Dambusters (AKA Dam Busters)AlligataDisc007-Dambusters.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)1983Ross Goodley11NY
113DISC007Eagle EmpireAlligataDisc007-EagleEmpire.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Phoenix1983Steve Evans11NY
114DISC007Galaxy WarsBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc007-GalaxyWars.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1982Trevor HallO11NY
115DISC007Jack And The BeanstalkSuperior SoftwareDisc007-JackTheBeanstalk.ssdRPlatformer1984Andrew Harley11NY
116DISC007Jet-Pac (AKA Jetpac)Ultimate Play The Game, U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc007-JetPac.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Jet Pac1983David Rhys JonesOCosmic Battlezones, Gold Collection, Master Games - Unbelievable Ultimate12NY0
117DISC007Lemming SyndromeDynabyteDisc007-LemmingSyndrome.ssdRCatch 'emSave 'em Up, Clowns1983Mark YellDynabyte Collection11NY0
118DISC007Martian AttackMicro Power (Program Power)Disc007-MartianAttack.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1983Jeremy SmithOMicro Power Magic 111NY0
119DISC007Missile BaseAcornsoftDisc007-MissileBase.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1982Andy GreenO11V1.0NY0<p>Missile Base is a clone of the 1980 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZrSfL6jz7U">Missile Command</a> from Atari.</p>
120DISC007Pool HallDynabyteDisc007-PoolHall2P.ssdRSport (Pool)1983S.C. AllenDynabyte Collection22NY0
121DISC007Invaders (AKA Secta Invaders)PSSDisc007-InvadersSectaSTD.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983STDO12NY
122DISC007Space PilotSuperior SoftwareDisc007-SpacePilot.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Time Pilot1984Peter Johnson, David LovekinSuperior Collection Volume 211NY0
123DISC007Star StrikerSuperior SoftwareDisc007-StarStriker.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Moon Cresta1984Jim Daniels10 Computer Hits 2 (Beau Jolly), Superior Collection Volume 111V2NY0
124DISC007Star WarpSuperior SoftwareDisc007-StarWarp.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Star Wars1984Peter Johnson11NY
125DISC007Swag!Micro Power (Program Power)Disc007-Swag2P.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984Dave HerbertO5 Computer Hits (Beau Jolly)12NY0
126DISC007Zany Kong JuniorSuperior SoftwareDisc007-ZanyKongJunior.ssdRPlatformerDonkey Kong Jnr.1984Christopher Hyde11NYRe-Released as "Killer Gorilla 2".
127DISC0083D Grand PrixSoftware InvasionDisc008-3DGrandPrix.ssdRDrivingPole Position1984Mick O'Neill, Dave MendesO11NY
128DISC008Boris In The UnderworldSuperior SoftwareDisc008-BorisInTheUnderworld.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Robotron1984M.J. Talbot11NY
129DISC008Bouncer (AKA R*Ther)AcornsoftDisc008-BouncerAKARTher.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert1984Steve Jon Rew11V1NY0<p>Bouncer is a clone of the 1982 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKIbhaQfs-A">Q*Bert</a> from Gottlieb.</p>
130DISC008Bumble BeeMicro Power (Program Power)Disc008-BumbleBee.ssdRMazeLady Bug1983R. BarnesOMicro Power Magic 311V2NY0
131DISC008Crazy Painter (AKA Amidar)Superior SoftwareDisc008-CrazyPainter.ssdRMazeAmidar1983Adrian StephensSuperior Collection Volume 211NY0
132DISC008Crazy TracerAcornsoftDisc008-CrazyTracer.ssdRMazeAmidar1983Walter MansellO11V1NY0<p>Crazy Tracer is a clone of the 1981 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnNc6seIwP8">Amidar</a> from Konami.</p>
133DISC008Dune RiderMicro Power (Program Power)Disc008-DuneRider.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Moon Buggy1984Ashley SaulsburyOMicro Power Magic 111Disc VersionNY0
134DISC008FairgroundSuperior SoftwareDisc008-Fairground.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Carnival1983S.L. Ross11NY
135DISC008Galaxy RaidersVisions SoftwareDisc008-GalaxyRaiders.ssdRSimulation (Space Flight)1984Ian ValentineO11NY
136DISC008Meteor MissionAcornsoftDisc008-MeteorMission.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Lunar Rescue1984Walter MansellO11V1NY0<p>Meteor Mission is a clone of the 1979 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oeAsbC2xKA">Lunar Rescue</a> from Taito.</p>
137DISC008Percy PenguinSuperior SoftwareDisc008-PercyPenguin.ssdRMazePengo1984John LlewellynPlay It Again Sam 1311V2.1NY0
138DISC008Planes (AKA Kamikaze)A&F SoftwareDisc008-Planes.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Galaxian1982Brian Clark, Marian Clark11NY0<p>This game was released by A&amp;F Software as 'Planes' for the BBC Micro, but they titled it <a href="admin_game_details.php?id=2486">'Kamikaze'&nbsp;</a>for the Electron release.</p>
139DISC008PositronMicro Power (Program Power)Disc008-Positron.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian, Gorf, Space Invaders1983Gary Partis (Tequila)Micro Power Magic 211NY0
140DISC008Saloon SallyPsionDisc008-SaloonSally.ssdRMazePengo198411NY
141DISC008Space JailerMicro Power (Program Power)Disc008-SpaceJailer.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Cosmic Guerilla1983David Tolchard, Jeffrey SiddleMicro Power Magic 311NY0
142DISC008Spaceman SidEnglish SoftwareDisc008-SpacemanSid.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Moon Buggy1984Dave Woodhouse, Tony Racine11NY
143DISC008VolcanoAcornsoftDisc008-Volcano.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Save 'em Up1984Michael St. AubynO11V2NY
144DISC008Web RunnerAlligataDisc008-WebRunner.ssdRMaze1983Ross GoodleyChartbusters11NY0
145DISC009180! DartsA&F SoftwareDisc009-180Darts2P.ssdRSport (Darts)1983G.R. Owen22NYP
146DISC0093D Space Raider (AKA Space Ace)AlligataDisc009-3DSpaceRaiderAKASpaceAce.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1983Fistful Of Fun, 10 Computer Hits 2 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
147DISC009BlockbusterMicro Power (Program Power)Disc009-BlockbusterMicroPower.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert1983Max TaylorMicro Power Magic 311V1NY0
148DISC009BoxerAcornsoftDisc009-Boxer.ssdRPlatformer1984Walter MansellO11V1NY
149DISC009Castles Of GemsMRM SoftwareDisc009-CastlesOfGemsSets12.ssdRMazeCrystal Castles1984Paul Shave11NY0<p>This game was withdrawn from sale shortly after being released after MRM were put under pressure from Atari.</p> <p>Atari claimed the game was a blatant copy of their "Crystal Castles".</p>
150DISC009Eddie Kidd Jump ChallengeMartechDisc009-EddieKiddJumpChallenge.ssdRDriving (Motorbike)1984David WainwrightO10 Computer Hits 1 (Beau Jolly), Megaplay vol. 111NY0
151DISC009FirebugAcornsoftDisc009-Firebug.ssdRPlatformer1984Walter Mansell11V1NY
152DISC009Football Manager (+Custom)Addictive GamesDisc009-FootballManagerSTD.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy1984Kevin TomsSTD11NY
153DISC009TheGuy In The HatMRM SoftwareDisc009-GuyInTheHat.ssdRMaze1984Mike Goldberg11NY
154DISC009TheHackerFirebird SoftwareDisc009-Hacker.ssdRPlatformer1984Timothy J. Wilkinson, John R. Day11NY
155DISC009Jet-Boot JackEnglish SoftwareDisc009-JetBootJack.ssdRPlatformerMaze1984Dave Woodhouse10 Computer Hits 2 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
156DISC009Jump JetDoctor SoftDisc009-JumpJet.ssdRShooter1984R. Shaw, M. Waltham11V1NY
157DISC009Karl's CavernSoftware ProjectsDisc009-KarlsCavern.ssdRPlatformer1984Neil KolbanO11NY
158DISC009Ledgeman (AKA Ledge Man)Software ProjectsDisc009-Ledgeman.ssdRPlatformer1984Niall McCarrollO11NY
159DISC009Mr. WimpyOceanDisc009-MrWimpy.ssdRMazeBurger Time1983Richard Kay11NY
160DISC009PedroImagineDisc009-Pedro.ssdRMazeGardening1984Stephen Knight, Ally Noble, Dawn Jones11NY
161DISC009Sea LordBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc009-SeaLord.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1983Trevor Hall11NY
162DISC009Son Of BlaggerAlligataDisc009-SonOfBlagger.ssdRPlatformer (Scrolling)1984Ross GoodleyBlagger 211NY
163DISC010Alien DestroyersMicro Power (Program Power)Disc010-AlienDestroyers.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1982David Elliot11NY
164DISC010Asteroid BeltComputer ConceptsDisc010-AsteroidBelt.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids1982Jeremy Smith11YY
165DISC010Atic AtacUltimate Play The GameDisc010-AticAtac.ssdRArcade AdventureTop Down1983David Rhys JonesO11NY
166DISC010Bird StrikeFirebird SoftwareDisc010-BirdStrike.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984Andrew Frigaard11NYThe original Game has faults when progressing to later levels
167DISC010BlitzkriegSoftware InvasionDisc010-Blitzkrieg.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Battlezone1984Simon Vout11NY
168DISC010Brian Jacks Superstar ChallengeMartechDisc010-BrianJacksSuperstarChallenge.ssdRSports (Multi Event)1985David WainwrightO10 Computer Hits 3 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
169DISC010Cosmic KidnapSuperior SoftwareDisc010-CosmicKidnap.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Cosmic Guerilla1983Nick Wilson, Julian Todd11NY
170DISC010Galactic Commander (AKA Space Commander Test)Micro Power (Program Power)Disc010-GalacticCommanderSpaceTest.ssdRArcadeLunar Lander1982M.C.11NY0
171DISC010Galactic FirebirdKansas City SystemsDisc010-GalacticFirebird.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983Mike ChalkO11NY
172DISC010Gisburne's CastleMartechDisc010-GisburnesCastle.ssdRShooter1984David WainwrightO10 Computer Hits 1 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
173DISC010MazeAcornsoftDisc010-MazeAcornsoft.ssdRMaze3D Maze1984Tim DobsonOAcornsoft Hits 111V1NY0
174DISC010Neanderthal ManAlligataDisc010-NeanderthalMan.ssdRMaze1984Ross GoodleyChartbusters11NY
175DISC010NemesisMicro Power (Program Power)Disc010-Nemesis.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Centipede1983Tim ChownOMicro Power Magic 111NY0
176DISC010Roboman (AKA Robomania)AlligataDisc010-Roboman.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Robotron1984Si GreenmanO11NY
177DISC010Rubik CubeComputer ConceptsDisc010-RubikCube.ssdRPuzzleSimulation (Rubik's Cube)1982Brian Clark, Marian Clark11NY0
178DISC010Star MazeSoftware InvasionDisc010-StarMaze.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Fly Through Maze1984Star Maze 111NY
179DISC010TempestSuperior SoftwareDisc010-Tempest.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Tempest1985Matthew AtkinsonO11NY
180DISC010ThunderballMastertronicDisc010-Thunderball2P.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong198422NY
181DISC011Aqua AttackBBC Soft, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc011-AquaAttack.ssdPShooter (Gallery)Centipede1984O11NYY<p>This game was the last program on the BBC Master welcome tape.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
182DISC011BeelineRobicoDisc011-Beeline.ssdRPlatformer1985Robert O'Leary11NY
183DISC011CheckoutVirgin GamesDisc011-Checkout.ssdRMaze1984Mike CookeO11NY
184DISC011Copter CaperA&F SoftwareDisc011-CopterCaper.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984David Tolchard, Jeffrey Siddle11NY
185DISC011Cosmic AsteroidsAlligataDisc011-CosmicAsteroids.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids1983Steve Evans11NY
186DISC011DrognaAcornsoftDisc011-Drogna2P.ssdRPuzzle1984Patrick DowlingO22V1NY
187DISC011Jet BoatSoftware InvasionDisc011-JetBoat.ssdRDriving (Boat)1984Robin J. LeatherbarrowO11NY
188DISC011Manic MinerSoftware ProjectsDisc011-ManicMiner.ssdRPlatformer1984D.J. Coathupe10 Computer Hits 3 (Beau Jolly)11NY0<p>BBC Micro version of the original ZX Spectrum game by Matthew Smith.</p>
189DISC011MicrocosmFirebird SoftwareDisc011-Microcosm.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Platformer1985David Pearce, Steven Reece11NY
190DISC011PengwynPosternDisc011-Pengwyn.ssdRMazePengo1983David Regan11NY
191DISC011Q-Man's BrotherMRM SoftwareDisc011-QMansBrother.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert1983Mike Williams11NY
192DISC011Robotron: 2084AtarisoftDisc011-Robotron2084.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Robotron1984Eugene SmithO12NY
193DISC011Rubble TroubleMicro Power (Program Power)Disc011-RubbleTrouble.ssdRMazePengo1983P.A. MorganOMicro Power Magic 311NY0
194DISC011Sabre WulfUltimate Play The Game, U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc011-SabreWulf.ssdRArcade Adventure1984Paul ProctorGold Collection, Master Games - Unbelievable Ultimate11NY0
195DISC011Skyhawk (AKA Sky Hawk)PaceDisc011-SkyhawkPace.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Choplifter198511NY
196DISC011TheSorcererMRM SoftwareDisc011-Sorcerer.ssdUMaze1984Mike Goldberg11NY
197DISC011Space Rescue (AKA Lunar Rescue)AlligataDisc011-SpaceRescueAlligata.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Lunar Rescue1983Steve Evans11V1NY
198DISC011Tales Of The Arabian NightsInterceptorDisc011-TalesOfTheArabianNights.ssdRPlatformer1985Keith Purkiss, Roy Purkiss10 Computer Hits 1 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
199DISC012Asteroid StormMicro Power (Program Power)Disc012-AsteroidStorm.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids1982David ElliotOMicro Power Magic 311NY0
200DISC012Bandits At 3 O'Clock (AKA Dogfight) (AKA Dog Fight)Micro Power (Program Power)Disc012-BanditsAt3oClockDogfight.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1983John Taylor, Ed HampartsoumianMicro Power Magic 212NY0
201DISC012BanjaxRobicoDisc012-Banjax.ssdRArcade Adventure1985Robert O'Leary11NY
202DISC012Bug Eyes (AKA Zelda Meets The Bug Eyes)Icon, Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc012-BugEyes.ssdRPlatformer1985Jason Sobell, Kevin BlakeComplete BBC, Power Pack vol. 1Bug Eyes 111NY0
203DISC012Combat LynxDurellDisc012-CombatLynx.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1985Nick Wilson, Julian ToddOFive Star Games 1 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
204DISC012Cosmic CombatMicro Power (Program Power)Disc012-CosmicCombat2P.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Spacewar1983Alexander Selby22NY
205DISC012Diamond MineMRM SoftwareDisc012-DiamondMine.ssdRMazeAnteater1983Mike WilliamsDiamond Mine 111NY
206DISC012Er*Bert (AKA Crazy Er*Bert)MicrobyteDisc012-ErBert.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert198411NY
207DISC012Geoff Capes: Strong ManMartechDisc012-GeoffCapesStrongMan.ssdRSports (Multi Event)1984Michael Archer, David WainwrightOFive Star Games 1 (Beau Jolly), Megaplay vol. 111NY0
208DISC012Knight LoreUltimate Play The Game, U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc012-KnightLore.ssdRArcade AdventureIsometric1984Paul ProctorGold Collection, Master Games - Unbelievable Ultimate11NY0
209DISC012Magic MushroomsAcornsoftDisc012-MagicMushroomsSTD.ssdRPlatformer1985Richard Clay, Tim Dobson, Neil RaineSTDAcornsoft Hits 111Disc VersionNY0
210DISC012MonacoAlligataDisc012-Monaco.ssdRDriving (Vertical)Monaco GP1983Steve EvansChartbusters11NY0
211DISC012Night WorldAlligataDisc012-Nightworld.ssdRPlatform Puzzler1985Games Systems11NY
212DISC012ScrewballMRM SoftwareDisc012-Screwball.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert1984Mike Goldberg11V6.4NY
213DISC012Space Hi-WayAmcomDisc012-SpaceHiWay.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Mat Newman11NY
214DISC012Space InvadersPro SoftwareDisc012-SpaceInvadersPro.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders198212NY
215DISC012Spooks And SpidersSoftware InvasionDisc012-SpooksAndSpiders.ssdRPlatformer1984S.R. Whiting, L.J. WhitingSmash 711NY0
216DISC012UltronIcon, Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc012-Ultron.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Gorf1984Gary Partis (Tequila)BBC Bonanza11NY0<p>This title was released by Icon Software, but was later re-released by Audiogenic on the "BBC Bonanza" compilation.</p> <p>The compilation included Psycastria, Contraption, Ultron, Wizzy's Mansion, Space Ranger, The Last Of The Free, and Thunderstruck.</p>
217DISC013Alien 8Ultimate Play The Game, U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc013-Alien8.ssdRArcade AdventureIsometric1984Paul ProctorCosmic Battlezones11NY0
218DISC013Caveman CapersIcon, Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc013-CavemanCapers.ssdRPlatformerMoon Buggy, Caveman1985Jason Sobell, Kevin BlakeFive Star Games 3 (Beau Jolly), Power Pack vol. 111V1.0NY0
219DISC013ChicaneKempstonDisc013-Chicane.ssdRDrivingPole Position1985Orpheus Ltd.11NY
220DISC013ContraptionIcon, Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc013-Contraption.ssdRPlatformer1985Dave Mann, Helen MannBBC Bonanza11NY0<p>This title was released by Icon Software, but was later re-released by Audiogenic on the "BBC Bonanza" compilation.</p> <p>The compilation included Psycastria, Contraption, Ultron, Wizzy's Mansion, Space Ranger, The Last Of The Free, and Thunderstruck.</p>
221DISC013Cube MasterAcornsoftDisc013-CubeMaster.ssdRPuzzleSimulation (Rubik's Cube)1982Robert MacMillan11V1NY0
222DISC013Eagle's WingSoftware InvasionDisc013-EaglesWing.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)River Raid1984Boris ObinskofhSmash 711NY0
223DISC013Flip! The Cartoon Strategy GameIconDisc013-FlipTheCartoonStrategyGame.ssdRPuzzleShape Match1985Adrian Stephens, John Dale12NY0
224DISC013FrenzyMicro Power (Program Power)Disc013-Frenzy.ssdRAvoid 'emQix198310 Computer Hits 2 (Beau Jolly), Micro Power Magic 211NY0
225DISC013Kissin' KousinsEnglish SoftwareDisc013-KissinKousins.ssdRPlatformerShooter (Scrolling)1985Dave Woodhouse, Tony RacineO10 Computer Hits 2 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
226DISC013AMaze In SpaceOpusDisc013-MazeInSpace.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Scramble1983Andrew T.J. HilbigO11NY
227DISC013Mr. MephistoEuro-Byte (Euro Byte)Disc013-MrMephistoSTT.ssdRPlatformer1983Andrew Armstrong, Nigel WalkerSTTO11NY
228DISC013NeutronSuperior SoftwareDisc013-Neutron.ssdRMazeTron, Light Cycles1984Keith TaylorO11NY
229DISC013NutcrakaSoftware ProjectsDisc013-Nutcraka.ssdRPlatformer1984J.M. PhillipsO11NY
230DISC013SnookerVisions SoftwareDisc013-SnookerVisions.ssdRSport (Snooker)1983Andrew G. WilliamsO10 Computer Hits 3 (Beau Jolly)12NY0
231DISC013Space InvadersBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc013-SpaceInvadersBugByte.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1982Trevor HallO12NY
232DISC013Spitfire CommandSuperior SoftwareDisc013-SpitfireCommand.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1983Peter Johnson11NY
233DISC013Star BattleSuperior SoftwareDisc013-StarBattle2P.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Spacewar1983Peter Johnson22NY
234DISC013WizadoreImagineDisc013-Wizadore.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1985Chris Roberts11NY
235DISC0143D TennisUnknownDisc014-3DTennis.ssdWSport (Tennis)1984O12NY
236DISC014AntKiller (AKA Ant Killer)Self-publishedDisc014-AntKiller.ssdWShooter (Gallery)1983G. WellsO11NY
237DISC014April ShowersBevan TechnologyDisc014-AprilShowers.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Water the plants…1985Ray St. Rose12NY
238DISC014Castle Quest (AKA Castle Raider)Micro Power (Program Power)Disc014-CastleQuest.ssdRArcade Adventure1985Anthony Sothcott11NY
239DISC014City DefenceBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc014-CityDefence.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1982Trevor Hall12NY
240DISC014Custard Pie FightComsoftDisc014-CustardPieFight.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Gunfight, Pies198412NY
241DISC014Deathstar (AKA Sinistar)Superior SoftwareDisc014-Deathstar.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1985Peter JohnsonSuperior Collection Volume 2, 10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly), Five Star Games 1 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
242DISC014TheEvil DeadPalaceDisc014-EvilDeadCB.ssdRArcade Adventure1984Colin TannerO10 Computer Hits 2 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
243DISC014Guardian (AKA Defender)AlligataDisc014-GuardianE.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Defender1984Steve Evans11YesV2NY
244DISC014Hi-BouncerMirrorsoftDisc014-HiBouncer.ssdRPlatformer1984H & H Software11NY
245DISC014HuBertVisions SoftwareDisc014-HuBert.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert1984M.A. DerodraO11NY
246DISC014Invasion AlertComputer ConceptsDisc014-InvasionAlertGamesGalore.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983M.R. BatemanGames Galore 111NY
247DISC999Forest Of DoomUnknownDisc999-ForestOfDoom.ssdWArcadeAdventure, Puzzle, Nightmare Park1985Martin Kendall11NY0
248DISC014Micro OlympicsDatabase PublicationsDisc014-MicroOlympics.ssdRSports (Multi Event)198511NYRe-Released as "Olympic Spectacular" by Alternative.
249DISC014PengiVisions SoftwareDisc014-Pengi.ssdRMazePengo1984F. Knock11NY
250DISC014ScrumpyBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc014-Scrumpy.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1985K.J. Boorman11VB1.0NY0Published on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 4 issue 1 in May 1985.
251DISC014Ski SlalomR.H. SoftwareDisc014-SkiSlalom.ssdRSport (Skiing)1983Stephen EllwoodO11V2NY0
252DISC014Super PoolSoftware InvasionDisc014-SuperPool.ssdRSport (Pool)1984Robin J. LeatherbarrowO11NY
253DISC0153D Tank ZoneDynabyteDisc015-3DTankZone.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Battlezone1983Peter Gillett, Martin KelseyODynabyte Collection11NY0
254DISC015Bug BombVirgin GamesDisc015-BugBomb.ssdRMaze1983Simon BirrellO11NY
255DISC015Donkey Kong Jnr.AtarisoftDisc015-DonkeyKongJunior.ssdUPlatformerDonkey Kong Jnr.1984Adrian Stephens11NY
256DISC015Drain ManiaIcon, Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc015-DrainMania.ssdRPlatformer1985P.A. MorganPower Pack vol. 2, Complete BBC11NY0
257DISC015Electron Invaders (AKA Alien Destroyers 2)Micro Power (Program Power)Disc015-ElectronInvadersE.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1984David Elliot12YesNY
258DISC015Forbidden FruitVoyager SoftwareDisc015-ForbiddenFruit.ssdRMaze1984Dave Ryder11NY
259DISC015Gnasher (AKA Scoffer)Superior SoftwareDisc015-Gnasher.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1983Margaret StangerO11NY0
260DISC015Growing Pains (AKA Garden)AlligataDisc015-GrowingPainsFistfulOfFun.ssdRMaze1984A.P. WatersOFistful Of Fun11NY0
261DISC015Jump JetAnirogDisc015-JumpJetAnirogJ.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1985Vaughan DowR11NYThis game may not be playable without a joystick. Jsbeeb does not currently emulate a joystick so it might not be possible to play this game on the website. Try using an emulator or a real BBC.
262DISC015Ladder MazeSuperior SoftwareDisc015-LadderMazeSTD.ssdRMaze3D Maze1983Peter JohnsonSTD11NY0
263DISC015Orpheus And The UnderworldA&F SoftwareDisc015-OrpheusAndTheUnderworld.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Maze198511NY
264DISC015Paranoid PeteUbikDisc015-ParanoidPete.ssdRPlatformerMonsters1984Dave Mann, Chris Robson11NY
265DISC015Pirates In Space (AKA Space Pirates)Bug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc015-PiratesInSpace.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids198311YY
266DISC015ReptonSuperior SoftwareDisc015-ReptonP.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1984Timothy Tyler10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly), Five Star Games 1 (Beau Jolly), Superior Collection Volume 1Repton 111NY0
267DISC015RevsAcornsoftDisc015-Revs.ssdRDrivingFormula 3 Simulation1984Geoff CrammondO11V1NY
268DISC015Savage PondStarcade, Bug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc015-SavagePond.ssdRMazeSnake but with tadpoles1984Peter JuddO11YY
269DISC015SimViperDisc015-Sim.ssdRPlatformerJet Pac1984Joshua Portway11NY
270DISC015Zorakk The Conqueror (AKA Bozo The Brave)IconDisc015-ZorakkTheConqueror.ssdRStrategy1985David Croft, Ian Elliott11NYRe-Released as "Bozo The Brave" by Tynesoft.
271DISC016Alien Break-InRomikDisc016-AlienBreakIn.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Clive Webster11NY
272DISC016Asteroids DeluxeAtarisoftDisc016-AsteroidsDeluxe.ssdUSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids1984Paul Skirrow12V2NY
273DISC016Beach-HeadU.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc016-BeachHead.ssdRSimulation (War)Strategy1985Peter JohnsonO11NY
274DISC016BoffinAddictive GamesDisc016-Boffin.ssdRPlatformer1985Paul O'MalleyBoffin 111NY
275DISC016Bouncer (AKA Space Bouncer)A&F SoftwareDisc016-BouncerAKASpaceBouncer.ssdRCatch 'em1983Brian Clark, Marian ClarkO11NY
276DISC016Chip BusterSoftware InvasionDisc016-ChipBuster.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)1985Tony Monckton, Mark Monckton11NY
277DISC016TheDevil's DomainMicro Power (Program Power)Disc016-DevilsDomain.ssdUAdventureGraphic Adventure1984David J. Hoskins11NY
278DISC016Hellforce (AKA Hell Force)AcornsoftDisc016-HellForce.ssdUSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983David J. Hoskins11NY
279DISC016Match DayOceanDisc016-MatchDay.ssdRSport (Football)Soccer1985Chris RobertsO12NY
280DISC016Mutant SpidersSuperior SoftwareDisc016-MutantSpiders.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Trevor LawfordO11NY
281DISC016Nifty LiftyVisions SoftwareDisc016-NiftyLifty.ssdRPlatformerElevator Action1984Janko, Mungo11NY
282DISC016Pantry AnticsBBC SoftDisc016-PantryAntics.ssdRPlatformer (Scrolling)1985Michael St. AubynO11NY
283DISC016TheRed ArrowsDatabase PublicationsDisc016-RedArrowsCB.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1985O11NY
284DISC016Space HawksComputer ConceptsDisc016-SpaceHawks.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1982Paul HiscockO11NY
285DISC016Star DrifterFirebird SoftwareDisc016-StarDrifter.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Arcade Adventure1985Timothy J. Wilkinson, John R. Day11NY
286DISC016Strike Force HarrierMirrorsoftDisc016-StrikeForceHarrier.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1985Rod HydeOFive Star Games 3 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
287DISC016TurboKansas City Systems, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc016-Turbo.ssdRDrivingPole Position1984R. Sears11V1NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
288DISC016WongoIconDisc016-Wongo.ssdRPlatformerHunchback, Pogo stick1984Gary Partis (Tequila)11NY
289DISC017Blockade (War At Sea)BetasoftDisc017-BlockadeWarAtSea.ssdRShooter (Submarines)1984Philip CoulsonWar At Sea11NY0<p>This game was part of a double-pack with <a href="game.php?id=2563">Sub Hunt.</a></p>
290DISC017CitadelSuperior SoftwareDisc017-Citadel.ssdRArcade AdventureCitadel1985Michael JakobsenOPlay It Again Sam 01Citadel 111NY0
291DISC017Crypt Capers (AKA The Pyramid)Software ProjectsDisc017-CryptCapers.ssdRArcade Adventure1984Michael Jakobsen11NY
292DISC017Gold DiggerFirebird SoftwareDisc017-GoldDigger.ssdRMazeBoulder Dash1984Neil Forsyth11NY
293DISC017GyroscopeMelbourne HouseDisc017-Gyroscope.ssdRMazeMarble Madness1985David Wainwright, John Nixon11NY
294DISC017Nightmare MazeMRM SoftwareDisc017-NightmareMaze.ssdRMaze1984Mike Williams11NY
295DISC017Omega ProbeOptima, Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc017-OmegaProbe.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1984Mark SmiddyO11NY0<p>Later given away as a free extra game for people who purchased the Micro User Magazine tape vol.2 issue 10 in December 1984</p>
296DISC017Phantom CombatDoctor SoftDisc017-PhantomCombat.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1985Nick Brown, Roger Selby11NY
297DISC017ProteansDk'Tronics (D.K. Tronics)Disc017-Proteans.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983David J. Hoskins11NY
298DISC017Repton 2Superior SoftwareDisc017-Repton2.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1985Timothy TylerSuperior Collection Volume 2Repton 211NY0
299DISC017Side Fighter8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc017-SideFighter.ssdPSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984David J. Hoskins11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
300DISC017Space IntrudersInterceptorDisc017-SpaceIntruders.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983Geoff Beavis11V1NY
301DISC017StrandedSuperior SoftwareDisc017-StrandedSuperiorSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1984Dave Woodhouse, C. HughesSTT11NY
302DISC017Sub StrikeTDSDisc017-SubStrike.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1985D.W. Brooks11NY
303DISC017TapperU.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc017-Tapper.ssdRCatch 'em1985P.A. Morgan11NY
304DISC017Web WarArticDisc017-WebWar.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Tempest1985Mike KennedyO10 Computer Hits 2 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
305DISC017TheWeetabix Versus The TitchiesRomikDisc017-WeetabixVersusTheTitchies.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders, Weetabix1984Steve Clark11NY
306DISC017Wet Zone (AKA Arcadia)Everiss Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), TynesoftDisc017-WetZone.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1985Jason Sobell, Kevin BlakeFour Great Games vol. 111NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11" under the name "Arcadia".</p>
307DISC018Android AttackComputer ConceptsDisc018-AndroidAttack.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1983Paul Hiscock11NY0
308DISC018Arcade PinballMicrobyteDisc018-ArcadePinball.ssdRSimulation (Pinball)198314NY
309DISC018CommandoEliteDisc018-Commando.ssdRRun 'n' GunCommando1985Trevor Harwood, John Nixon12NY
310DISC018CrawlerWatford ElectronicsDisc018-Crawler.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Centipede198411NY
311DISC018Drunken DanElectron User Group, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc018-DrunkenDan.ssdPShooter (Gallery)Pssst!1984Mat Newman11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 72 in 2009 or 2010.</p>
312DISC018Fat Man SamFirebird SoftwareDisc018-FatManSam.ssdRPlatformer1985Phil Whitehurst11NY
313DISC018High-Rise HorrorVirgin GamesDisc018-HighRiseHorror.ssdRPlatformer1984Simon BirrellO11NY
314DISC018Jeremy Goes JumpingSuperior SoftwareDisc018-JeremyGoesJumping.ssdURun And Jump (Scrolling)Moon Buggy1984Paul Haigh11NY
315DISC018Lode RunnerSoftware ProjectsDisc018-LodeRunnerEditSTT.ssdRPlatformer1985Tom LaniganSTT11Disc EditNY
316DISC018Merry Xmas Santa (AKA Santa's Delivery)IconDisc018-MerryXmasSanta.ssdRPlatformer1985Neil Kolban, John J. CassarO11NYRe-Released as "Santa's Delivery" by Tynesoft.
317DISC018Nightshade (AKA Night Shade)Ultimate Play The Game, U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc018-NightShade.ssdRArcade AdventureIsometric1985Paul ProctorGold Collection, Master Games - Unbelievable Ultimate11NY0
318DISC018Sea WolfOptimaDisc018-SeaWolf.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Simulation (Submarines)1984Mark Smiddy11NY
319DISC018TheSentinelPSSDisc018-Sentinel.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Tempest198311NY
320DISC018SorceryPaceDisc018-Sorcery.ssdRPlatformer1984Walter Mansell11V2NY
321DISC018Spy HunterU.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc018-SpyHunter.ssdRDrivingSpy Hunter1985David J. Hoskins11Speech VersionNY
322DISC018Steve Davis SnookerCDS Software Ltd.Disc018-SteveDavisSnooker.ssdRSport (Snooker)198512NY
323DISC018SubKiller (AKA Sub Killer)Dk'Tronics (D.K. Tronics)Disc018-SubKiller.ssdRShooter (Gallery)198311NY
324DISC018TomahawkKansas City SystemsDisc018-Tomahawk.ssdUShooter (Scrolling)1985R. SearsO11V2NY
325DISC019Acid DropsFirebird SoftwareDisc019-AcidDrops.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Mike GranbyO11NY
326DISC019Boffin 2Addictive GamesDisc019-Boffin2.ssdRPlatformer1985Paul O'MalleyBoffin 211NY
327DISC019Caterpillar (AKA Centipede)IJK SoftwareDisc019-CaterpillarIJK.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Centipede1983S. RileyIJK Software Cassette 1811NY
328DISC019ChrysalisIconDisc019-Chrysalis.ssdRMazeLady Bug1985Dave Mann, Chris RobsonComplete BBC11V.1NY0
329DISC019ConfuzionIncentiveDisc019-Confuzion.ssdRPuzzleSliding Block Puzzle1985David Kirby, Paul Shirley12NY
330DISC019Crystal CastlesU.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc019-CrystalCastlesLE.ssdRMazeCrystal Castles1985Peter Johnson11Disc VersionNY
331DISC019DodgemsAcornsoft, BBC SoftDisc019-DodgemsFunGames.ssdRMaze (Driving)Head On1982Fun Games11V1YY0<p>Dodgems is a clone of the 1979 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYDrd9jE4WU">Head On</a> from Gremlin/Sega.</p>
332DISC019EwgeebezSoftware ProjectsDisc019-Ewgeebez.ssdRMaze1984Mat Newman11NY
333DISC019Fire HawksPosternDisc019-FireHawks.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1983David J. Hoskins11NY
334DISC019Fruit WormComputer ConceptsDisc019-FruitWormGamesGalore.ssdRMazeSnake1983Paul HiscockGames Galore 111NY
335DISC019Ghost HunterMRM Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc019-GhostHunter.ssdUShooter (Gallery)1983Mike Goldberg11NY0<p>This game was to have been published by MRM Software, but was unreleased.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-77:2</p>
336DISC019Panzer Attack (AKA Panzer Assault)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc019-PanzerAssault.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Combat1984Chris BulcockOClassic Arcade Games (Micro User, The)11NYThis game was one of four games on the "Compendium Of Classic Arcade Games", first advertised in Micro User vol. 2 issue 6 in August 1984. The 4 games were: Snapman, Alien Intruders, Panzer Assault, and Mayday.
337DISC019Q*BoydMicro Power (Program Power)Disc019-QBoyd.ssdUPlatformerQ*Bert1983Max TaylorO11NY
338DISC019Slicker PuzzleDk'Tronics (D.K. Tronics)Disc019-SlickerPuzzle.ssdRPuzzle198411NY
339DISC019Spaceguard (AKA Space Guard)MP SoftwareDisc019-Spaceguard.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983O11NY
340DISC019Staircase StampedeComsoftDisc019-StaircaseStampede.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert1984Mark Jarvis11NY
341DISC019TheWay Of The Exploding FistMelbourne HouseDisc019-WayOfTheExplodingFist.ssdRSport (Kung Fu)Fighter1985Michael SimpsonOFive Star Games 3 (Beau Jolly), Megaplay vol. 112NY0
342DISC019Yie Ar Kung-FuImagineDisc019-YieArKungFu.ssdRSport (Kung Fu)Fighter1985Peter JohnsonKonami's Coin-Op HitsYie Ar Kung Fu 111NY0
343DISC0203D MazeIJK SoftwareDisc020-3DMaze.ssdRMaze3D Maze1982B. CridlandIJK Software Cassette 0711NY
344DISC020Astro PlumberBlue RibbonDisc020-AstroPlumber.ssdRPlatformer1985Mike WilliamsBlue Ribbon Games Disc 311NY0
345DISC020AsylumMelbat SoftDisc020-Asylum.ssdWMaze198311NY
346DISC020Bug Eyes II: Starman To The RescueAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc020-BugEyesII.ssdRPlatformer1986Jason Sobell, Kevin Blake10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly), 5 Computer Hits (Beau Jolly), Complete BBC, Power Pack vol. 1Bug Eyes 211NY0
347DISC020FlexMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc020-Flex.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1985Jonathan Stuart11NY0<p>Given away as a free extra game for people who purchased the Micro User Magazine tape vol.3 issue 1 in March 1985</p>
348DISC020Frankenstein 2000IconDisc020-Frankenstein2000V1.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1985David Croft, Ian Elliott, Jason Sobell, Kevin Blake11V1.0NY
349DISC020Genesis Project (AKA Genesis Probe)Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc020-GenesisProject.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1985David CroftComplete BBC11NY0
350DISC020TheHorse LordCentury Communications Ltd.Disc020-HorseLord.ssdRFighterSword fighting1984Jonathan GriffithsO11NY0
351DISC020Jungle JiveVirgin GamesDisc020-JungleJive.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984Dennis Ibbotson11NY
352DISC020Karate CombatSuperior SoftwareDisc020-KarateCombat.ssdRSport (Karate)Fighter1985Martin SykesO10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly), Five Star Games 2 (Beau Jolly), Superior Collection Volume 112NY0
353DISC020Missile StrikeSuperior SoftwareDisc020-MissileStrike.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1984Charles RobertsonSuperior Collection Volume 211V1.1NY0
354DISC020Moon CrestaIncentiveDisc020-MoonCresta.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Moon Cresta1986Spike, John11NY
355DISC020OblivionBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc020-Oblivion.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Trevor Hall12V3NY
356DISC020Shark AttackRomikDisc020-SharkAttack.ssdRMaze1983John Bell, Jonathan Halliday11NY
357DISC020Stairway To HellSoftware InvasionDisc020-StairwayToHellD.ssdRPlatformer1985David Vout, Simon Vout11NY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
358DISC020TheStingGeminiDisc020-Sting.ssdRMaze1984Simon Williams11NY
359DISC020Up Up And AwaySelf-publishedDisc020-UpUpAndAway.ssdWMaze1984M.J. Aspden11NY
360DISC020TheWizardQuicksilvaDisc020-Wizard.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1982A.R.B.11NY
361DISC021Alien IntrudersMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc021-AlienIntruders.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1984Toby ButlerClassic Arcade Games (Micro User, The)11NYThis game was one of four games on the "Compendium Of Classic Arcade Games", first advertised in Micro User vol. 2 issue 6 in August 1984. The 4 games were: Snapman, Alien Intruders, Panzer Assault, and Mayday.
362DISC021Arena 3000MicrodealDisc021-Arena3000.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Robotron1983Roger JaneO11NY
363DISC021Bruce LeeU.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc021-BruceLee.ssdRPlatformer1985D. Cowham11NY
364DISC021Desperate Dan's DungeonThorDisc021-DesperateDansDungeon.ssdRPlatformer1984R. Bjerkeli11NY
365DISC021Diamond Mine 2Blue RibbonDisc021-DiamondMineII.ssdRMazeAnteater1985Mike WilliamsBlue Ribbon Games Disc 3Diamond Mine 211NY0
366DISC021EliteAcornsoftDisc021-EliteD.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Trading1984Ian Bell, David BrabenOElite 211Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
367DISC021Galactic WipeoutR.H. SoftwareDisc021-GalacticWipeout.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids198311NY
368DISC021Grid-CycleWatford ElectronicsDisc021-GridCycle2P.ssdRMazeTron, Light Cycles1984A.J. Turner22NY
369DISC021TheGuns Of NavaroneDACCDisc021-GunsOfNavaroneSuper7.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1983Dennis IbbotsonSuper 711NY
370DISC021Loony LanderComputer ConceptsDisc021-LoonyLander.ssdRArcadeLunar Lander1983O. WurstlinGames Galore 111NY0
371DISC021Moon MissionSuperior SoftwareDisc021-MoonMission.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Lunar Rescue1984Andrew HarleyFive Star Games 2 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
372DISC021Robot RonnieHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc021-RobotRonnie.ssdMPlatformer1985Stephen Gray11NYPublished in issue 122 of Home Computing Weekly in July 1985.
373DISC021SAS CommanderComsoftDisc021-SASCommander.ssdRShooter (Gallery)198411NY
374DISC021SinbadVirgin GamesDisc021-Sinbad.ssdRPlatformer1984Dennis Ibbotson11NY
375DISC021Space Station Alpha (AKA Cylon Invasion)IconDisc021-SpaceStationAlpha.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984David Croft, Ian Elliott11NY
376DISC021SphenisciformesJC Muttonsoft, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc021-Sphenisciformes.ssdPMazePengo1984J.C. Mutton11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
377DISC021Walk The PlankMastertronicDisc021-WalkThePlankE.ssdRPuzzleConnect 4198511YesNY
378DISC021Wendy Goes Walkies (AKA Wally Goes Walkies)Model B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc021-WendyGoesWalkies.ssdMMazePlatformer1984Peter ScottModel B Computing Cassette 0811NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 8 in December 1984/January 1985.</p>
379DISC022AtlantisIJK SoftwareDisc022-Atlantis.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Scramble1982IJK Software Cassette 1111MK3NY
380DISC022Blagger #2AlligataDisc022-Blagger2.ssdUPlatformer1985Ross Goodley, MitchellBlagger 311Unofficial ReleaseNY
381DISC022Bomber ScrambleKansas City SystemsDisc022-BomberScramble.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Scramble1983Mike ChalkO11NY
382DISC022Bounty Bob Strikes BackU.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc022-BountyBobStrikesBack.ssdRPlatformer1985Paul Johnson11NY
383DISC022Creatures Of The DeepDACCDisc022-CreaturesOfTheDeep.ssdRSimulation (Fishing)1983Dennis IbbotsonSuper 711NY
384DISC022GauntletMicro Power (Program Power)Disc022-GauntletE.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Defender1984Chris TerranO11YesNY
385DISC022Harbour CommandMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc022-HarbourCommand.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1985Gordon J. KeyO11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 6 in August 1985
386DISC022Light CyclePSSDisc022-LightCyclePSS.ssdRMazeTron, Light Cycles1983Jonathan RobbO12V1NY
387DISC022Mr. FreezeFirebird SoftwareDisc022-MisterFreeze.ssdRPlatformer1985Timothy J. Wilkinson11NY
388DISC022Quad WrangleHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc022-QuadWrangle.ssdMPlatformerQ*Bert1985Stephen Gray11NYPublished in issue 111 of Home Computing Weekly in May 1985.
389DISC022RavageBlue RibbonDisc022-Ravage.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1985Blue Ribbon Games Disc 311NY0
390DISC022Renegade RobotsSenatorDisc022-RenegadeRobots.ssdRMazePengo198311NY
391DISC022Run Silent, Run DeepAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc022-RunSilentRunDeep.ssdMTraditional GamesStrategy, Battleships1985Phil MartinAcorn User Games Compendium, Acorn User Games Disc11NY0<p>Published in the September 1985 issue of Acorn User. <br />Published on the Acorn User games compendium tape in October 1986. <br />The compendium comprises: <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=463">Spectramania</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1077">Quadline</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1274">Picture Slide</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1486">Maze</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1693">Acorn User Office Adventure</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=753">Shuggy's Garden</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=391">Run Silent Run Deep</a>, and <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1136">Adventure</a>.</p>
392DISC022Space InvadersAcornsoftDisc022-SpaceInvadersArcadeAction.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1982Arcade Action12V1YY0<p>Space Invaders is a clone of the 1978 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MU4psw3ccUI">Space Invaders</a> from Taito.</p>
393DISC022StixSupersoft, Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc022-Stix.ssdRAvoid 'emQix1984Andrew TrottPower Pack vol. 211NY0
394DISC022Swarmers' RevengeBeebugsoftDisc022-SwarmersRevenge.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983O11V1.0NYSold by Beebugsoft. First advertised in volume 2 issue 5 in October 1983 as SWARMER.
395DISC022Warp-1 (AKA Trek II)IconDisc022-Warp1.ssdRStrategy1984David Croft, Ian Elliott11NYRe-Released as "Trek II" by Tynesoft.
396DISC022Wizzy's MansionAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc022-WizzysMansion.ssdRPlatformer (Scrolling)1985Bruce NesbittBBC Bonanza, Power Pack vol. 111NY0<p>This title appeared on the "BBC Bonanza" compilation.</p> <p>The compilation included Psycastria, Contraption, Ultron, Wizzy's Mansion, Space Ranger, The Last Of The Free, and Thunderstruck.</p>
397DISC023BreakoutAcornsoft, BBC SoftDisc023-BreakoutFunGames.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong1982Fun Games11V1YY0<p>Breakout is a clone of the 1976 arcade classic&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMUv8KvVt08">Breakout</a> from Atari.</p>
39825DISC023Chuckie Egg 2 (AKA Chuckie Egg Upgrade by "The Caretaker") [hack]Self-publishedDisc023-ChuckieEgg2.ssdLPlatformer1984Doug Anderson, The Caretaker14Unofficial releaseNY0<p>Extra levels and cheats for the classic <a href="game.php?id=25">Chuckie Egg</a>.</p>
399DISC023Condition RedBlue RibbonDisc023-ConditionRedP.ssdRPlatformer1986Jonathan Temple11NY
400DISC023CruncherVirgin GamesDisc023-Cruncher.ssdRMazeBomber Man1983M.A. Ripley11NY
401DISC023EstraFirebird SoftwareDisc023-Estra.ssdRCollect 'Em Up1984A.J. Field11NY
402DISC023Fruity TootyComputer ConceptsDisc023-FruityTooty.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1982Games Galore 111NY0
403DISC023Galactic PatrolMastertronicDisc023-GalacticPatrol.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984A.G. CartlidgeMegaplay vol. 111NY0
404DISC023HumphreyMr. MicroDisc023-Humphrey.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert1984Andrew ShawO11NY
405DISC023Invaders (Model A) (AKA IJK Invaders)IJK SoftwareDisc023-InvadersModelA.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1982P.B. CridlandIJK Software Cassette 0811YY0
406DISC023Lunar JetmanUltimate Play The Game, U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc023-LunarJetmanCosmicBattlezones.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1985Paul ProctorCosmic Battlezones11NY0
407DISC023Manic Mechanic [hack]Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc023-ManicMechanic.ssdMPlatformer1986Jonathan Temple11VB0.2aNY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 4 issue 8 in January 1986. (VB0.2)<br />An updated version of the game was published on the Beebug Magazine disc volume 12 issue 6 in November 1993. (VB0.3)</p> <p>The version here is a combination of the latest code (VB0.3) with the prettier splash screen of the older version (VB0.2), it has been marked as VB0.2a</p>
408DISC023Maze MaulerHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc023-MazeMauler.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1985Stephen Gray11NY0<p>Published in issue 118 of Home Computing Weekly in June 1985.</p>
409DISC023Moon BuggyKansas City SystemsDisc023-MoonBuggy.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Moon Buggy1985Tony Monckton, Mark MoncktonO11V1NY
410DISC023Painter (AKA Pyramid Painter)ThorDisc023-PainterAKAPyramidPainter.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert1984Chas Smith11V1.00NY
411DISC023Quasimodo's QuestMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc023-QuasimodosQuest.ssdMPlatformerHunchback1986Gordon J. Key11NYGiven away as a free extra game for people who purchased the Micro User Magazine tape vol.4 issue 8 in October 1986
412DISC023Ravenskull (AKA Castle Ravenskull)Superior SoftwareDisc023-Ravenskull.ssdRArcade Adventure1986Nicholas Chamberlain, Martin EdmondsonPlay It Again Sam 0111Disc VersionNY0
413DISC023SiegePosternDisc023-Siege.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Throw rocks1984Mike Singleton, Warren Foulkes11NY
414DISC023Space Pilot TestDACCDisc023-SpacePilotTest.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Dennis IbbotsonSuper 711NY
415DISC024Atomic ProtectorOptima, Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc024-AtomicProtector.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1983Kevin Edwards11NY0<p>Later given away as a free extra game for people who purchased the Micro User Magazine tape vol.2 issue 12 in February 1985</p> <p>In-game audio by Martin Galway.</p>
416DISC024Auf Wiedersehen PetTynesoftDisc024-AufWiedersehenPet.ssdRSimulation (Building Site)1984Bob Carr11NY
417DISC024Christmas AnticsBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc024-ChristmasAntics.ssdMMazePengo1984John WallaceO11NYPublished on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 3 issue 7 in December 1984.
418DISC024Death Watch (AKA Deathwatch)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc024-DeathWatch.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1983Brian Clark, Marian Clark11NYPublished in BBC Micro User Magazine vol.1 issue 1 in March 1983
419DISC024FunfairSoftspotDisc024-Funfair.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Carnival1983Stuart Law11NY
420DISC024Impossible MissionU.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc024-ImpossibleMission.ssdRArcade Adventure1986Peter Johnson11NY
421DISC024KillapedePlayersDisc024-Killapede.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Centipede1986Philip BlenkinsoppO11NY
422DISC024Mutant InvadersIJK SoftwareDisc024-MutantInvaders.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1982IJK Software Cassette 0311V2YY
423DISC024Plegaron People EatersR.H. SoftwareDisc024-PlegaronPeopleEaters.ssdRMaze198311NY
424DISC024PsycastriaAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc024-Psycastria.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Uridium1986Gary Partis (Tequila)BBC Bonanza, Power Pack vol. 2, 10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly)Psycastria 114Disc VersionNY0<p>Inspired by the Commodore 64 game 'Uridium' by Hewson Consultants.</p>
425DISC024Repton 3 (+Editor)Superior SoftwareDisc024-Repton3P.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1986Matthew AtkinsonOPlay It Again Sam 02Repton 311NY0
426DISC024Snake PitPosternDisc024-SnakePit.ssdRMazeSnake1983Mike Singleton, Warren Foulkes11NY0
427DISC024Space BanditsModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc024-SpaceBandits.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Shingo SugiuraModel B Computing Cassette 0611NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 6 in August/September 1984.</p>
428DISC024Space RescueDACCDisc024-SpaceRescueSuper7.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Lunar Rescue1983Dennis IbbotsonSuper 711NY
429DISC024Stryker's RunSuperior SoftwareDisc024-StrykersRun.ssdRRun 'n' GunArcade Adventure, Space Shooter (Scrolling)1986Chris Roberts, P. MellerPlay It Again Sam 01Stryker's Run 111NY0
430DISC024Swamp MonstersMP SoftwareDisc024-SwampMonsters.ssdRMaze1982O11V1.0NY
431DISC024TennisBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc024-TennisBugByte.ssdRSport (Tennis)1986Margaret StangerOBug-Byte Collection 111NY0
432DISC024ThrustSuperior SoftwareDisc024-Thrust.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1986Jeremy Smith10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly), Five Star Games 2 (Beau Jolly), Play It Again Sam 0111NY0
433DISC025Chopper ChaseDACCDisc025-ChopperChase.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1983Dennis IbbotsonSuper 711NY
434DISC025CricketBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc025-CricketBugByte.ssdRSport (Cricket)1986Margaret StangerOBug-Byte Collection 212NY0
435DISC025TheDam Busters (AKA Dambusters)U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc025-DambustersUSGold.ssdRSimulation (War)Strategy1985J. Bowman11NY
436DISC025EagleSalamanderDisc025-Eagle.ssdRArcadeLunar Lander1983Guy Nisbett11NY0
437DISC025Electron / BBC Golf (AKA Golf)Yes! SoftwareDisc025-ElectronBBCGolf.ssdRSport (Golf)1986Jonathan Nixon12NY
438DISC025GalaforceSuperior SoftwareDisc025-Galaforce.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaga1986Kevin EdwardsO10 Computer Hits 4 (Beau Jolly), Five Star Games 2 (Beau Jolly), Play It Again Sam 02Galaforce 111NY0<p>The <a href="https://github.com/crumbgit/Galaforce">Galaforce source</a> has been released!</p>
439DISC025Jet Set WillyTynesoftDisc025-JetSetWilly.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1986Dave Mann, Chris RobsonTwo Classic GamesJet Set Willy 111NY0
440DISC025JoeyBlue RibbonDisc025-Joey.ssdRPlatformer1985Blue Ribbon Games Disc 311NY0
441DISC025KaneMastertronicDisc025-Kane.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1986Mike WoodbridgeMegaplay vol. 111NY0
442DISC025Leapfrog (AKA Leap Frog)IJK SoftwareDisc025-LeapfrogIJK.ssdRPlatformerFrogger1983B. CridlandOIJK Software Cassette 1511NY
443DISC025Palace Of MagicSuperior SoftwareDisc025-PalaceOfMagic.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1986Martyn HowardPlay It Again Sam 0311NY0
444DISC025Rig AttackTynesoftDisc025-RigAttack.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)1985Jason Sobell, Kevin BlakeFour Great Games vol. 111NY0
445DISC025Snapman (AKA Snap Man)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc025-SnapmanClassicArcadeGames.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1984Toby ButlerClassic Arcade Games (Micro User, The)11NY0<p>This game was one of four games on the "Compendium Of Classic Arcade Games", first advertised in Micro User vol. 2 issue 6 in August 1984. The 4 games were: Snapman, Alien Intruders, Panzer Assault, and Mayday.</p>
446DISC025SnorterBeebugsoftDisc025-Snorter.ssdRMaze1983Chris Krestovnikoff, Paul Bromley11V1.0aNYPublished by Beebugsoft. First Advertised in xxxx
447DISC025Sphere Of DestinyAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc025-SphereOfDestiny.ssdRBall ControlTrailblazer1986Gary Partis (Tequila)Sphere Of Destiny 114Disc VersionNY0
448DISC025Star ClashGremlinDisc025-StarClash.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Elite1986Julian BushellO11NY
449DISC025Street MachineSoftware InvasionDisc025-StreetMachineSmash7.ssdRDriving (Top Down)1986David Vout, Simon VoutSmash 711NY0
450DISC025Wonder WormThorDisc025-WonderWorm.ssdRMazeSnake1984Kevin Bramhill11NY
451DISC026Beebmunch (AKA Beeb Munch)IJK SoftwareDisc026-Beebmunch.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1982IJK Software Cassette 0511NY0
452DISC026Bill Bounces Back!Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc026-BillBouncesBack.ssdRPlatformer1984Simon PhippsGolden Games11NY0<p>Published on the Micro User "Golden Games" compilation in 1984. The compilation consisted of Bill Bounces Back, Cribbage, Fair Play, Sevens, Which Way, White Widow, Yams, China Drop, Crown Green Bowls, Draw Poker, Explorer Eddie, Master Spy, Patience, and Splat!</p>
453DISC026BouncerDACCDisc026-BouncerSuper7.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong1983Dennis IbbotsonSuper 711NY
454DISC026Cred Breaks Out!TSB Magic Micro Club, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc026-CredBreaksOut.ssdRMaze1986Joe Austin11NY0<p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
455DISC026DartsSuperior SoftwareDisc026-DartsSuperior2P.ssdRSport (Darts)1984Malcolm Smith22NY
456DISC026Duck!Firebird SoftwareDisc026-Duck.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984Melvyn Wright11V3NY
457DISC026Ice HockeyBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc026-IceHockey.ssdRSport (Ice Hockey)1986Margaret StangerOBug-Byte Collection 212NY0
458DISC026KixSuperior SoftwareDisc026-Kix.ssdRAvoid 'emQix1986Alwyn AdolfOSuperior Collection Volume 211NY
459DISC026Lazer CycleSystem 3 SoftwareDisc026-LazerCycle.ssdRMazeTron, Light Cycles198411NY
460DISC026Leapfrog (AKA Leap Frog)Model B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc026-Leapfrog.ssdMPlatformerFrogger1985P.A. MorganModel B Computing Cassette 1011NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 10 in April/May 1985.</p>
461DISC026Looney LiftH & H SoftwareDisc026-LooneyLift.ssdRPlatformer198311NY
462DISC026MorfixBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc026-Morfix.ssdMArcade Adventure1985Andrew Stanford11NY0<p>Published on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 4 issue 7 in December 1985.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
463DISC026SpectramaniaAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc026-Spectramania.ssdMMaze1986David ActonAcorn User Games Compendium11NY0<p>Published in the January 1986 issue of Acorn User. <br />Published on the Acorn User games compendium tape in October 1986. <br />The compendium comprises: <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=463">Spectramania</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1077">Quadline</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1274">Picture Slide</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1486">Maze</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1693">Acorn User Office Adventure</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=753">Shuggy's Garden</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=391">Run Silent Run Deep</a>, and <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1136">Adventure</a>.</p> <p>Published on the Acorn User subscriber's disc in August 1991.</p>
464DISC026ThunderstruckAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc026-Thunderstruck.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1985Peter ScottBBC Bonanza, Power Pack vol. 2, Five Star Games 3 (Beau Jolly)Thunderstruck 111NY0
465DISC026Vegas JackpotMastertronicDisc026-VegasJackpot.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1986Megaplay vol. 111NY0
466DISC026Video's RevengeBudgieDisc026-VideosRevenge.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1985Toby Butler11MK1NY
467DISC026Wiggles (AKA Catapilla)Micronet 800Disc026-Wiggles.ssdPMazeSnake1983Gary Partis (Tequila)11NY0<p>Wiggles was published via the on-line Micronet 800 service.</p>
468DISC026Yoyo!Top Ten, Fast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc026-Yoyo.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1985Peter ScottPeter Scott Trilogy11NY0<p>This game was later given away on the Fast Access Disc magazine volume 1, issue 5 in 1989.</p>
469DISC0273Deep SpacePosternDisc027-3DeepSpace3D.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Mike Singleton, Warren Foulkes11NY
470DISC027AirwolfEliteDisc027-Airwolf.ssdRShooter (Helicopter)1986Andrew G. WilliamsO11NY
471DISC027Birds Of PreyRomikDisc027-BirdsOfPrey.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1983Clive WebsterO11YY
472DISC027Dino And The Saurus RacesMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc027-DinoAndTheSaurusRaces.ssdMPlatformer (Scrolling)Moon Buggy1987Gordon J. Key11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.5 issue 1 in March 1987
473DISC027Doctor Who And The Mines Of TerrorMicro Power (Program Power)Disc027-DrWhoAndTheMinesOfTerrorR.ssdRArcade Adventure1985Gary Partis (Tequila)111 x Banks SWR RequiredNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC micro, it requires 1 bank of "Sideways RAM".</p>
474DISC027ExterminatorBug-Byte (Bug Byte), Electron User Group, Micronet 800Disc027-Exterminator.ssdPShooter (Gallery)Centipede1983Gary Partis (Tequila)11NY0<p>The game was offered to Bug-Byte, but they did not release it.</p> <p>It was released on the Micronet 800 service.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 46 in November 1999.</p>
475DISC027Firechief (AKA Fire Chief)DACCDisc027-Firechief.ssdRCollect 'Em Up1983Dennis IbbotsonSuper 711NY
476DISC027FSS LiberatorNebulaeDisc027-FSSLiberator.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Scramble198411NY
477DISC027Goal!TynesoftDisc027-Goal.ssdRSport (Football)Soccer1986David CroftFour Great Games vol. 311VBC.01NY0
478DISC027Invaders (Model B) (AKA IJK Invaders)IJK SoftwareDisc027-InvadersModelB.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1982P.B. CridlandIJK Software Cassette 0911NY0
479DISC027Jack AttackBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc027-JackAttack.ssdRPlatform Puzzler1986J. NiblettBug-Byte Collection 211NY0
480DISC027Kitchen Capers (AKA Kitchen Kapers)Computer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc027-KitchenCapers.ssdMPlatformer1985Adrian Jones, Trevor Jones11NYPublished in issue 1 and issue 2 of Computer Gamer magazine in April and May 1985.
481DISC027Mad MontyScreenplayDisc027-MadMonty.ssdRMazeSnake1983John J. CassarO11NY
482DISC027MikieImagineDisc027-Mikie.ssdRMaze1986Peter JohnsonKonami's Coin-Op Hits11V1NY0
483DISC027TheNetworkTop TenDisc027-Network.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1986Peter ScottPeter Scott Trilogy11NY
484DISC027Pharaoh's CurseH-Soft (H. Soft)Disc027-PharaohsCurse.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)1984S. Harding, D. Cowham, S. Cowham11NY
485DISC027Play Your Cards RightBritanniaDisc027-PlayYourCardsRight.ssdRCard GamesHigher And Lower, Gambling198612NY0
486DISC027TheTombs Of Tutankhamen (AKA Tutankhamen)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc027-TombsOfTutankhamen.ssdMPlatform Puzzler1986Jonathan Temple11VB.01NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 5 issue 5 in October 1986.
487DISC028Asteroid MinerOptimaDisc028-AsteroidMiner.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Christopher Price11NY
488DISC028Astro BlasterHiTech (Hi Tech)Disc028-Astroblaster.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Alan Malik11NY
489DISC028Bozo And BeeboBP Soft (B.P. Soft)Disc028-BozoAndBeebo.ssdWBreakoutClowns, Circus Skills198411NY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to OFF</p>
490DISC028BugsVirgin GamesDisc028-BugsE.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Centipede1983Dennis Ibbotson11YesNY
491DISC028CroakitKerianDisc028-Croakit.ssdRPlatformerFrogger1983Philip Hollows11NY
492DISC028Downhill RacerModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc028-DownhillRacer.ssdMSport (Skiing)1985Gary PilbrowOModel B Computing Cassette 1011NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 10 in April/May 1985.</p>
493DISC028GimpoA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc028-Gimpo.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1986Kenton Price11NY0<p>Published in the November 1986 issue of A&amp;B Computing.</p>
494DISC028GrabitKrypton ForceDisc028-Grabit.ssdRCollect 'Em Up1984Dave RyderO11NY
495DISC028Greenham CommonHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc028-GreenhamCommon.ssdMMaze1985Stephen Gray11NYPublished in issue 95 of Home Computing Weekly in January 1985.
496DISC028Hunkie-EggMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc028-HunkieEgg.ssdMPlatformer1987Gordon J. Key11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.5 issue 2 in April 1987
497DISC028Ian Botham's Test MatchTynesoftDisc028-IanBothamsTestMatch.ssdRSport (Cricket)1986David CroftTwo Classic Games12NY0
498DISC028Interstellar RaiderBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc028-InterstellarRaider.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Alastair Nicol11VB0.3NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 4 in August 1984.
499DISC028PandemoniumTop TenDisc028-Pandemonium.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1986Peter ScottPeter Scott Trilogy11NY
500DISC028Sliding Block PuzzlesAcornsoftDisc028-SlidingBlockPuzzles.ssdRPuzzleSliding Block Puzzle1983Mike Biscoe-Taylor11V2.3NY0
501DISC028StratobomberIJK SoftwareDisc028-Stratobomber.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1982Tony LathamIJK Software Cassette 1411NY
502DISC028TempletonBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc028-Templeton.ssdRMaze1986Jeffrey Cooke11NY
503DISC028VindalooTynesoftDisc028-Vindaloo.ssdRPlatformer1986Jason Sobell, Kevin BlakeFour Great Games vol. 111V1NY0
504DISC028Yie Ar Kung-Fu IIImagineDisc028-YieArKungFuII.ssdRSport (Kung Fu)Fighter1986Peter JohnsonYie Ar Kung Fu 211NY
505DISC029AabatronBevan TechnologyDisc029-Aabatron.ssdRPlatform Puzzler1985M. ClemoesO11NY
506DISC029Atom SmasherRomikDisc029-AtomSmasherRomik.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Clive WebsterO14YY
507DISC029Battle PlanetISPDisc029-BattlePlanet.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Jonathan D. Holmes11NY
508DISC029CaterpillarGeminiDisc029-CaterpillarGemini.ssdRMazeSnake1983G.S. Molnar11V3NY
50925DISC029Chukee - The Upgrade For Chuckie Egg (AKA Chuckie Egg 3) [hack]Bit TwiddlersDisc029-ChukeeTheUpgradeForChuckieEgg.ssdLPlatformer1984Doug Anderson, S.D. Ellington11Unofficial releaseNY0<p>Extra levels and extra features for the classic <a href="game.php?id=25">Chuckie Egg</a></p> <p>According to the cassette front cover inlay, this upgrade was approved by A&amp;F Software.</p>
510DISC029Crazy BalloonUnknownDisc029-CrazyBalloon.ssdWMaze198311NY0<p>For many years, this game was thought to be an unreleased game from Acornsoft.</p> <p>This was debunked at the <a href="https://stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=51&amp;t=13843&amp;p=181831&amp;hilit=balloon#p181831">Stardot Forums.</a></p> <p>The Acornsoft connection appears to be a hoax, but does anyone know *who* wrote it??</p>
511DISC029HyperdriveIJK SoftwareDisc029-Hyperdrive.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Maze1982Howard RichardsIJK Software Cassette 1311NY
512DISC029ImogenMicro Power (Program Power), Superior SoftwareDisc029-ImogenP.ssdRPlatform Puzzler1986Michael St. AubynPlay It Again Sam 0511NY0
513DISC029Jet Set Willy II The Final FrontierTynesoftDisc029-JetSetWillyII.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1986Dave Mann, Chris RobsonJet Set Willy 211V0.1NY
514DISC029Missile ControlCJE MicrosDisc029-MissileControlGND.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command198211NY0
515DISC029NutterMRM Software, BBC PDDisc029-Nutter.ssdUShooter (Gallery)Nutter, Head Butt Bombs...1983Mike GoldbergSicksoft Collection11NY0<p><a href="https://www.retrogamer.net/retro_games80/nutter/">Never officially released</a> by MRM, Nutter was part of the infamous "Sicksoft Collection" that was distributed in every school playground in the land in the 1980s.</p> <p>Later published on BBC PD Disc 58 as part of the Sicksoft Collection.</p>
516DISC029Professor McBrollyMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc029-ProfessorMcBrolly.ssdMPlatformer1987Gordon J. Key11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.5 issue 4 in June 1987
517DISC029QuasimodoHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc029-Quasimodo.ssdMPlatformerHunchback1985Stephen Gray11NYPublished in issue 107 of Home Computing Weekly in April 1985.
518DISC029Rescue MissionBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc029-RescueMission.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Lunar Rescue1985Philip Oliver, Andrew Oliver11NYPublished on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 4 issue 4 in August 1985.
519DISC029ScrambleSwiftDisc029-Scramble.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Scramble1985Simon Bartrum11NY
520DISC029ShadowfaxPosternDisc029-Shadowfax.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984Mike Singleton, Warren Foulkes11NY
521DISC029Snail TrailR.H. SoftwareDisc029-SnailTrail.ssdRMaze198311NY
522DISC029SwarmComputer ConceptsDisc029-Swarm.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984M.R. BatemanO11NY
523DISC030CaveyPlayersDisc030-Cavey.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1986Philip Oliver, Andrew OliverO11NY
524DISC030CosmonautBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc030-Cosmonaut.ssdMPlatformerHunchback, Space1985Bob Anderson11NYPublished on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 3 issue 10 in April 1985.
525DISC030Crazee RiderSuperior SoftwareDisc030-CrazeeRider.ssdRDriving (Motorbike)Pole Position On Bikes1987Kevin EdwardsOPlay It Again Sam 0211NY0<p>Kevin has released the <a href="https://github.com/KevEdwards/CrazeeRiderBBC">Crazee Rider source code</a>!</p>
526DISC030Despatch RiderAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc030-DespatchRider.ssdRDriving (Motorbike)1987Phil WhitehurstFab Four 211NY0
527DISC030Future ShockTynesoftDisc030-FutureShock.ssdRPlatform Puzzler1986Jason Sobell, Kevin Blake11NY
528DISC030GatecrasherQuicksilvaDisc030-Gatecrasher.ssdRMaze1984Dave Mendes, Mick O'Neill, Stephen Pike11NY
529DISC030Green BeretImagineDisc030-GreenBeret.ssdRPlatformer (Scrolling)Scrolling Beat 'em Up1987Konami's Coin-Op Hits11NY0
530DISC030HunkidoryBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc030-Hunkidory.ssdRPlatformer1986Peter ScottBug-Byte Collection 211NY0
531DISC030MangoBlue RibbonDisc030-Mango.ssdRMazePengo198711NY
532DISC030TheMazeMicro Power (Program Power)Disc030-Maze.ssdUShooter (Scrolling)1986O11NY
533DISC030Missile AttackDoctor SoftDisc030-MissileAttack.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1983J.M. PaxtonO12V1.20NY
534DISC030One Last GameBevan TechnologyDisc030-OneLastGame.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1984M. ClemoesO11NY
535DISC030PaperboyEliteDisc030-Paperboy.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Shoot, Newspaper1987Andrew G. Williams11NY
536DISC030Powerboat Racing (AKA Power Boat Racing)Futura SoftwareDisc030-PowerboatRacing.ssdRDriving (Boat)1982P.E. Firmin12NY
537DISC030Raid Over MoscowU.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc030-RaidOverMoscow.ssdRSimulation (War)Strategy198611NY
538DISC030Stellar RescueMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc030-StellarRescue.ssdMArcadeLunar Lander1985Andrew Smith11NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 3 in May 1985</p>
539DISC030Super Barricade (AKA Barricades)Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc030-SuperBarricade2P.ssdMMazeTron, Light Cycles1983Shingo SugiuraO22NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 9 in September 1983.
540DISC030TrenchVirgin GamesDisc030-Trench.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Star Wars, Deathstar, Trench1984O11NY
541DISC031Astro NavigatorMicro Power (Program Power)Disc031-AstroNavigator.ssdRMaze1982John Courtney, Peter Courtney, Francis Courtney11NY0
542DISC031Bar BilliardsBlue RibbonDisc031-BarBilliards.ssdRSport (Billiards)1987Mike WilliamsO12NY
543DISC031Barrel BattleMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc031-BarrelBattle.ssdMPlatformer1984Barry Wakelin11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.1 issue 11 in January 1984
544DISC031BlockerThorDisc031-Blocker.ssdRMazeBomber Man1984M. Sykes11NY
545DISC031Cops 'n' RobbersAtlantisDisc031-CopsnRobbers.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1987Spike Moiran11NY
546DISC031Galactic InvasionBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc031-GalacticInvasion.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1983L.P. Baxter11VB0.9NY0Sold by Beebugsoft. First advertised in volume 2 issue 7 in December 1983. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 7 in June 1984.
547DISC031Jedi Battle8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc031-JediBattle.ssdPSport (Light Sabre)Fencing1985Mark Williams11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
548DISC031TheLast Of The Free (AKA Quest For Freedom)Audiogenic Software Ltd., AtlantisDisc031-LastOfTheFree.ssdRPlatform Puzzler1986Peter ScottBBC Bonanza, Power Pack vol. 211NY0<p>This title appeared on the "BBC Bonanza" compilation.</p> <p>The compilation included Psycastria, Contraption, Ultron, Wizzy's Mansion, Space Ranger, The Last Of The Free, and Thunderstruck.</p> <p>Later re-released on the budget Atlantis label.</p>
549DISC031Legend Of TarzanMartechDisc031-LegendOfTarzan.ssdRArcade Adventure1987David Wainwright11NY
550DISC031LiberatorGeminiDisc031-Liberator.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983A.G. CartlidgeO11NY
551DISC031Mined OutQuicksilvaDisc031-MinedOut.ssdRStrategyMaze1983Ian Rowlings, Ian Andrew11NY
552DISC031Night StrikeAlternativeDisc031-NightStrikeE.ssdRMaze1986Simon Guest, Jason Alcock11YesNY
553DISC031RobotoBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc031-Roboto.ssdRPlatform Puzzler1985John R. Wilson (J.R. Wilson), E.B. Smith11NY
554DISC031Space CavernsTynesoftDisc031-SpaceCaverns.ssdRArcadeLunar Lander, Thrust1986Jason Sobell, Kevin BlakeFour Great Games vol. 311NY0
555DISC031Star WarsDomarkDisc031-StarWars.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Star Wars1987Daniel GallagherStar Wars TrilogyStar Wars 111NY0
556DISC031Starquake (AKA Star Quake)Bubble Bus, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc031-StarquakeP.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1987Kenton PriceO11NY0<p>This game gives you a password on completing a level. This can be used to skip to the next level the next time the game is played. These may be listed as an easter egg somewhere in the instructions screens. Try pressing P.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-139</p>
557DISC031UridiumHewson ConsultantsDisc031-UridiumCB.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1987Angus HughesO11NY0<p>This game doesn't seem to work very well in jsbeeb. In BBC mode it doesn't work at all, and in master mode it seems stuck in demo mode. Bugs have been raised to document this, jsbeeb issue <a href="https://github.com/mattgodbolt/jsbeeb/issues/130">130</a> <a href="https://github.com/mattgodbolt/jsbeeb/issues/140">140</a> and <a href="https://github.com/mattgodbolt/jsbeeb/issues/152">152</a>. See also a <a href="http://www.stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=51&amp;t=11165&amp;p=150080&amp;hilit=uridium#p150166">discussion in the stardot forum</a>, and <a href="http://stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=51&amp;t=13967#p184559">another one here</a>. The play button has been enabled to play it in BBC Master mode, which seems to work best, but it is probably best to download the disc image and play it in an emulator.</p>
558DISC031XORLogotronDisc031-Xor.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)1987Ian Downend, Paul Carruthers11NY0
559DISC0323D DottyBlue RibbonDisc032-3DDotty.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man 3D1987J.L. HarrisO11NY0
560DISC032Ally PallyA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc032-AllyPally.ssdMMaze1985Margaret Stanger11NYPublished in the September 1985 issue of A&B Computing. <br>*DTRAP MUST BE OFF FOR DAYACENTRE USERS(GRAPHICS CORRUPTION)
561DISC032AlphatronTynesoftDisc032-Alphatron.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1986Jason Sobell, Kevin BlakeFour Great Games vol. 111NY0
562DISC032Bouncing BillOak SoftwareDisc032-BouncingBill.ssdRPlatformer198311NY
563DISC032ChieftanVirgin GamesDisc032-ChieftanJ.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Strategy1984R12NY0<p>This game may not be playable without a joystick. Jsbeeb does not currently emulate a joystick so it might not be possible to play this game on the website. Try using an emulator or a real BBC.</p>
564DISC032Codename: Droid (Stryker's Run Part 2)Superior SoftwareDisc032-CodenameDroidStrykersRun2.ssdRArcade Adventure1987Nicholas Chamberlain, Martin EdmondsonPlay It Again Sam 02Stryker's Run 211NY0
565DISC032Dune HunterMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc032-DuneHunter.ssdMSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Defender1987Gordon J. Key11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.5 issue 9 in November 1987
566DISC032Manic MoleAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc032-ManicMole.ssdMPlatformer1985Matthew O'DonnellTriple Decker 01, Ten Of The Best vol. 3Triple Decker 0111NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.2 issue 10 in July 1985. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 01 compilation.</p>
567DISC032Mr. Do!8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc032-MrDo.ssdPMazeMr. Do!1983Paul Haigh11NY0<p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
568DISC032Return Of R2Blue RibbonDisc032-ReturnOfR2.ssdRArcade AdventureIsometric1987Mike Williams11NY
569DISC032Skyhawk (AKA Sky Hawk)Bug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc032-SkyhawkBugByte.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)1986Steven LeeBug-Byte Collection 111NY0
570DISC032Southern BelleHewson ConsultantsDisc032-SouthernBelleSTT.ssdRSimulation (Railways)1987STTFive Star Games 3 (Beau Jolly)01NY0
571DISC032Space LordsBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc032-SpaceLords2P.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Spacewar1983David J. Hoskins22V1AYYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 4 in August 1983.
572DISC032Space RangerAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc032-SpaceRangerBBCBonanza.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Lunar Rescue1986Kevin BlakeBBC Bonanza, Power Pack vol. 111NY0<p>This title appeared on the "BBC Bonanza" compilation.</p> <p>The compilation included Psycastria, Contraption, Ultron, Wizzy's Mansion, Space Ranger, The Last Of The Free, and Thunderstruck.</p>
573DISC032Starforce LanderFirst ByteDisc032-StarforceLander.ssdRArcadeLunar Lander1983Simon Phipps11NY0
574DISC032System WadgeburyDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), Electron User Group, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc032-SystemWadgeburyEditSTD.ssdMMaze1988Andrew CookSTD11Disc EditNY0<p>Published on the May 1988 issue of Disk User. Issue 07.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-129.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 37 in April 1998.</p>
575DISC032TetrisMirrorsoftDisc032-Tetris.ssdRPuzzleTetris1987Alexey Pajitnov11NY
576DISC032TheTrain GameAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Addison-Wesley Publishers Ltd.)Disc032-TrainGame.ssdMStrategy1984Peter Balch11NY0<p>Published in the January 1984 issue of Acorn User.</p> <p>An updated, completely re-written version appeared in the October 1991 issue of Acorn User.</p>
577DISC0333D ConvoyDoctor SoftDisc033-3DConvoy.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984Melvyn Wright11V2NY
578DISC033Apple PieVisions SoftwareDisc033-ApplePie.ssdRMaze Shooter1984Tim Chown11NY
579DISC033Bomber BaronOptyxDisc033-BomberBaron.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1982Mighty Bad11NY
580DISC033European KnowledgeMicro Power (Program Power)Disc033-EuropeanKnowledge.ssdRQuizGeography Quiz1984Mike Chilton11NY
581DISC033George And The DragonBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc033-GeorgeAndTheDragon.ssdMPlatformer1984Owen R. Thomas11VB0.3NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 7 in December 1984.
582DISC033Graham Gooch's Test CricketAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc033-GrahamGoochsTestCricket.ssdRSport (Cricket)198711NY
583DISC033Grand Prix Construction SetSuperior SoftwareDisc033-GrandPrixConstructionSetSTD.ssdRAdd OnTrack Construction1987Andrew BradleySTDOPlay It Again Sam 0412NY0
584DISC033Haunted HouseAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc033-HauntedHouseE.ssdMMaze1984Peter ScottTriple Decker 02, Ten Of The Best vol. 1Triple Decker 0211YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.1 issue 12 in September 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 02 compilation.</p>
585DISC033ThePerils Of Percival PenguinWillowDisc033-PerilsOfPercivalPenguin.ssdRMazePengo1984Michael Legg11NY
586DISC033Plan BBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc033-PlanB.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1987Andrew FoordBug-Byte Collection 1Plan B 111NY0
587DISC033Spitfire Flight SimulatorAlligataDisc033-SpitfireFlightSimulator.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator198311NY
588DISC033Spy vs SpyTynesoftDisc033-SpyvsSpy.ssdRStrategyOutwit the other spy1987Kevin Blake12NY
589DISC033Star Maze IIMastertronicDisc033-StarMazeII.ssdRMazeFly Through Maze1984Star Maze 211NY
590DISC033Super Green Gloop Gulper (AKA Gloop Gulp)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc033-SuperGreenGloopGulper.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1985David Pilling11NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 9 in November 1985</p>
591DISC033TheSurvivorsAtlantisDisc033-Survivors.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash198711NY
592DISC033Teletext InvadersA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc033-TeletextInvaders.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983S. Williams11YY0Published in the September/October 1983 issue of A&B Computing.
593DISC033Video Card ArcadeBlue RibbonDisc033-VideoCardArcade.ssdRCard GamePoker, Blackjack, Play your cards right, Simulation (Fruit Machine), Pontoon, Higher And Lower, Gambling1987Mike Williams11V3.86NY0
594DISC033Wall DestroyerHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc033-WallDestroyer.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong1985Jonathan Church11NYPublished in issue 127 of Home Computing Weekly in August 1985.
595DISC034Birdie Barrage (AKA Golf)CDS Software Ltd.Disc034-BirdieBarrage.ssdRSport (Golf)1983Eddie Miles, Pete Cross11V2.0NY
596DISC034CrunchbackComputer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc034-Crunchback.ssdMPlatformerHunchback1986Peter Azzopardi11NYPublished in issue 11 of Computer Gamer magazine in February 1986.
597DISC034ElixirSuperior SoftwareDisc034-ElixirD.ssdRPlatform Puzzler1987Richard Williams, Christopher Hyde, John LlewellynPlay It Again Sam 0511Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
598DISC034FireTrack (AKA Fire Track)Electric DreamsDisc034-FireTrack.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)FireTrack, Star Force1987Nick Pelling (Orlando)11V1.02NY0<p>The gameplay and style of the game is reminiscent of the 1984 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JJPxRRjo_U">Star Force</a> from Tehkan.</p> <p><a href="game.php?id=2712">White Light</a>, an&nbsp;unofficial sequel to this game, was released by Retro Software in 2017.</p>
599DISC034TheGhouls Of AzzodMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc034-GhoulsOfAzzod.ssdMPlatformer1986Peter Azzopardi11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.4 issue 2 in April 1986
600DISC034Gulp!PeaksoftDisc034-Gulp.ssdRPlatformer1983B. Parkin, V. Parkin11NY
601DISC034Intergalactic TraderMicro Power (Program Power)Disc034-IntergalacticTrader.ssdRSimulation (Business)1983D.M. Kiss19NY
602DISC034LabyrinthBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc034-LabyrinthBeebug.ssdMMazeLady Bug1987Tom Price11VB0.1NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 5 issue 9 in March 1987.
603DISC034Loona RescueYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc034-LoonaRescue.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Lunar Rescue1984David Griffin11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 10 in October 1984.
604DISC034Plan B2 (Mission Unlikely)Bug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc034-PlanB2MissionUnlikely.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1987Andrew FoordPlan B 211NY
605DISC034Pogo PeteElectrosoftDisc034-PogoPete.ssdWPlatformerBreakout, Pogo stick1984Paul Barker11NY
606DISC034Polar PerilsSquirrel SoftDisc034-PolarPerils.ssdRPlatformer1984A.J. TurnerO11NY
607DISC034Q*Bert's Revenge (AKA Laser Revenge)Home Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc034-QBertsRevenge.ssdMPlatformerQ*Bert1985Huw James11NYPublished in issue 129 of Home Computing Weekly in September 1985.
608DISC034Rik The RoadieAlternativeDisc034-RikTheRoadieE.ssdRDriving (Vertical)Monaco GP1987Simon Guest, John Hamblett, J. Gardiner11YesNY
609DISC034TheSentinelFirebird SoftwareDisc034-SentinelP.ssdRStrategy3D1986Geoff Crammond11NY
610DISC034Thunderstruck II: The MindmasterAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc034-ThunderstruckII.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1986Peter ScottFab Four 1Thunderstruck 211NY0
611DISC034TrapperBlue RibbonDisc034-Trapper.ssdRMaze198711NY
612DISC034US Drag Racing (AKA U.S. Drag Racing)TynesoftDisc034-USDragRacing.ssdRDrivingDrag Racing1986Art CrewFour Great Games vol. 311NY0
613DISC035BlobberDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc035-Blobber.ssdMMaze1988John J. Cassar11NY0<p>Published on the April 1988 issue of Disk User. Issue 06.</p>
614DISC035Bouncing BennyHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc035-BouncingBenny.ssdMPlatformer1985Kevin Clarke11NYPublished in issue 99 of Home Computing Weekly in February 1985.
615DISC035Crazy CavesSwiftDisc035-CrazyCaves.ssdRArcade Adventure1985Simon Bartrum11NY
616DISC035Dead Or AliveAlternativeDisc035-DeadOrAlive.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1987Richard Stevenson11NY
617DISC035Diamond PeteAlligata, Unicorn SoftwareDisc035-DiamondPeteE.ssdRMazeBoulder Dash1986Mike KennedyAction Pack 211YesNY
618DISC035FroggerA&F SoftwareDisc035-FroggerAF.ssdRPlatformerFrogger1982O11NY
619DISC035Horse RaceDynabyteDisc035-HorseRace.ssdRSport (Horse Racing)Gambling1983Dynabyte Collection16NY0
620DISC035KrakoutGremlinDisc035-Krakout.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong1987John Mackay12NY
621DISC035Magic EelBeebugsoftDisc035-MagicEel.ssdRMazeSnake1982J.R. Buchanan11NYSold by Beebugsoft. First Advertised in xxxx <br>Joystick support added on page 41 of Volume 2 issue 2 in June 1983
622DISC035MaydayBevan TechnologyDisc035-MaydayBevan.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Lunar Rescue1984James Hughes11NY
623DISC035PanikAtlantisDisc035-Panik.ssdRPlatformerMonsters1987Spike Moiran11NY
624DISC035SaracoidAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc035-SaracoidE.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1987Dean LesterPower Pack vol. 211YesNY
625DISC035SolitaireMRM Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc035-SolitaireMRM.ssdUBoard Game (Solitaire)Solitaire198311NY0<p>This game was to have been published by MRM Software, but was unreleased.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-77:2</p>
626DISC035SpellbinderSuperior SoftwareDisc035-Spellbinder.ssdRArcade Adventure1987Etan Shirron, Dan ShirronPlay It Again Sam 0411NY0
627DISC035Spitfire '40MirrorsoftDisc035-Spitfire40STT.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1987STTO11NY
628DISC035Squeakaliser (AKA Squeekaliser)Bug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc035-Squeekaliser.ssdRMaze198611NY
629DISC035TrafalgarSquirrel SoftDisc035-Trafalgar.ssdRStrategy1983A.J. TurnerO12NY
630DISC035Wizard's CastleMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc035-WizardsCastle.ssdMArcade Adventure1985Paul Robson11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 10 in December 1985
631DISC0363D TanxDk'Tronics (D.K. Tronics)Disc036-3DTanx.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984Melvyn Wright11NY
632DISC036ArkanoidImagineDisc036-Arkanoid.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong, Arkanoid1987Peter Johnson11NY
633DISC036Bone CruncherSuperior SoftwareDisc036-BoneCruncherDP.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1987Andreas Kemnitz, Martyn HowardPlay It Again Sam 0711Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
634DISC036Daley Thompson's Super-TestOceanDisc036-DaleyThompsonsSuperTest.ssdRSports (Multi Event)1985N.C.T. Sheard11NY
635DISC036TheEmpire Strikes BackDomarkDisc036-EmpireStrikesBack.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Empire Strikes Back1988Vektor GraphicsOStar Wars TrilogyStar Wars 211NY0
636DISC036Grid RunnerBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc036-GridRunner.ssdMMaze1986Grid Runner 111NY0<p>Published on the "Beebug Demo Disc" and also mentions it was published on the "Beebug Games Disc". <br />This Games Disc appears to be missing from the arcvhives.</p>
637DISC036Invasion ForceAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc036-InvasionForceE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1986Stephen Martin (Steven Martin)Triple Decker 02, Ten Of The Best vol. 3Triple Decker 0211YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.3 issue 7 in April 1986. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 02 compilation.</p>
638DISC036JousterWestsoft, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc036-Jouster.ssdPShooter (Gallery)198511NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
639DISC036League ChallengeAtlantisDisc036-LeagueChallengeSTT.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy1986Nigel EdwardsSTT11NY
640DISC036Monkey NutsBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc036-Monkeynuts.ssdRMaze1988Simon Ryder-Smith11NY
641DISC036Mouse TrapTynesoftDisc036-MouseTrapTynesoft.ssdRPlatformer1986Dave Mann, Chris RobsonFour Great Games vol. 211NY0
642DISC036Orlond's MeaniesDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc036-OrlondsMeanies.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)1988Terry Blunt11NY0<p>Published on the August 1988 issue of Disk User. Issue 10.</p>
643DISC036Pyramid PainterMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc036-PyramidPainter.ssdMPlatformerQ*Bert1984Rat Soft11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 10 in December 1984
644DISC036Revenge Of The Flying BunniesPersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications)Disc036-RevengeOfTheFlyingBunnies.ssdMMaze1985Simon Pithers11NYY<p>Published in the July 1985 issue of Personal Computer World magazine (PCW).</p>
645DISC036SpooksvilleBlue RibbonDisc036-Spooksville.ssdRArcade AdventureCitadel1988Exasoft11NY
646DISC036Starfleet EncounterMicro Power (Program Power)Disc036-StarfleetEncounterSTD2P.ssdRStrategy1984Alastair McLeodSTD28NY
647DISC036StatixPsionDisc036-Statix.ssdRAvoid 'emQix198411NY
648DISC036Video Fruit MachineAlligataDisc036-VideoFruitMachine.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1982Steve Evans11NY0
649DISC037Blip! (AKA Video Classics)Firebird SoftwareDisc037-BlipAKAVideoClassics.ssdRPongPong1988PagodaO12NY
650DISC037CentipedeYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc037-CentipedeSTT.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Centipede1985John R. Wilson (J.R. Wilson)STTO11NY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 1 in January 1985.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
651DISC037Cosmic Camouflage (AKA Space Blaster)Superior SoftwareDisc037-CosmicCamouflage.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids Deluxe1988Daniel GallagherPlay It Again Sam 0411NY0
652DISC037Creepy CaveAtlantisDisc037-CreepyCave.ssdRPlatformer1987Rob Dulstone11NY
653DISC037FrogletArgus Press Software (APS) (ASP), Computing Today (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc037-Froglet.ssdRPlatformerFrogger1983Simon T. Ainsworth11V2CNY0<p>The listing for this game was published in the April 1983 issue of Computing Today magazine, and then updated in the June 1983 issue.</p> <p>I am unsure whether the listing was printed before or after the game was commercially released.</p>
654DISC037TheGolden FigurineAtlantisDisc037-GoldenFigurine.ssdRPlatform Puzzler1988Matthew O'Donnell11NY0
655DISC037Jam ButtyAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc037-JamButty.ssdRPlatformer1985Roland WaddiloveTriple Decker 03, Ten Of The Best vol. 1Triple Decker 0311NY0<p>First advertised in Electron User magazine volume 2, issue 8 in May 1985. <br />Sold on the "Ten of the best" compilation, which consisted of games previously listed in Electron User magazine. <br />Jam Butty was the only game on this compilation which was not previously listed in the magazine. <br />Therefore you had to purchase the cassette if you wanted this game. <br />Later released by Alternative on the Triple Decker 03 compilation.</p>
656DISC037Lawn TennisModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc037-LawnTennis2PJ.ssdMSport (Tennis)1984Richard JonesRModel B Computing Cassette 0622NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 6 in August/September 1984.</p> <p>This game may not be playable without a joystick. Jsbeeb does not currently emulate a joystick so it might not be possible to play this game on the website. Try using an emulator or a real BBC.</p>
657DISC037Missile CommandComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc037-MissileCommandCVG.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1984Francis Courtney11NY0<p>Published in the June 1984 issue of Computer &amp; Video Games magazine, issue 32.</p>
658DISC037Omega OrbAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc037-OmegaOrb.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1987Peter ScottFab Four 111NY0
659DISC037Pitfall PeteBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc037-PitfallPeteSTD.ssdMMazeBoulder Dash1986Jonathan TempleSTD11VB1.4NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 5 issue 7 in December 1986.</p> <p>10 extra screens were published on the Beebug Magazine disc volume 6 issue 7 in December 1987.</p> <p>An updated version of the game, complete with the 10 extra screens was published on the Beebug Magazine disc volume 10 issue 7 in December 1991.</p> <p>The version here is the original version. The 1991 version can be found below.</p>
660DISC037QuestSuperior SoftwareDisc037-Quest.ssdRArcade Adventure1988Tony OakdenPlay It Again Sam 0811NY0
661DISC037RiptonN/ADisc037-RiptonP.ssdUMaze (Scrolling)Repton1986Kenton Price11NYThis game was submitted to A&B computing but never published. Presumably due to fear of copyright infringement!
662DISC037RobotronSilversoftDisc037-Robotron.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Robotron1984Fouad Katan12NY
663DISC037SaigonTynesoftDisc037-Saigon.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Run 'n' Gun1988Gary Partis (Tequila)11NY0<p>According to&nbsp;<a href="http://www.partis.org/portfolio/main.php">his site</a> Gary Partis was the author of this game, but was uncredited.</p> <p>It was credited to "Tequila", which was simply an alias to prevent knowledge of his involvement.</p> <p>It is not known why he did not want people to know he was involved.</p>
664DISC037Save Your BaconDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc037-SaveYourBacon.ssdMMaze1988Lawson B. Wakefield11NYPublished on the February/March 1988 issue of Disk User. Issue 05.
665DISC037W.A.R.MartechDisc037-WarCB.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Gradius1986Michael Archer11Disc VersionNY
666DISC037WallMicro Power (Program Power)Disc037-Wall.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong1982Geoff Smith11NY
667DISC038Anarchy ZoneAtlantisDisc038-AnarchyZoneP.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1988Rob Dulstone11NY
668DISC038BanditAcornsoftDisc038-Bandit.ssdUShooter (Gallery)Cosmic Guerilla1983Neil RaineO11NY0<p>Bandit is a clone of the 1979 arcade game&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4b2vzqVWgY">Cosmic Guerilla</a> from Universal.</p>
669DISC038Boulder Dash (AKA Boulderdash)TynesoftDisc038-BoulderDash.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1988Andrew Bennett12NY
670DISC038Chichen-ItzaAlligataDisc038-ChichenItza.ssdUPlatformer1984Simon J. Oliver11NY
671DISC038Detonator Dan (AKA Bomb-Run)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc038-DetonatorDanAKABombSquad.ssdMMazeBomber Man1984Keith Miles11VB0.5NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 1 in May 1984.
672DISC038Dodge'EmMicrogame SimulationsDisc038-DodgeEm.ssdRMaze (Driving)Head On1983Colin Tanner11V2NY
673DISC038Eye vs EyeRomsoftDisc038-EyevsEye2P.ssdWBall Game1987Tim Austin22NY
674DISC038HerculesPower House, TheDisc038-Hercules.ssdRPlatformer1987Gary Tomlinson11NY
675DISC038Joe BladePlayersDisc038-JoeBlade.ssdRArcade AdventureRun 'n' Gun1988Wayne DobsonJoe Blade 111NY
676DISC038Loco Motion (AKA Locomotion)BBC SoftDisc038-LocoMotion.ssdRStrategyTrains, Tracks1985Amazon Systems11NY
677DISC038Plankwalk (AKA Plank Walk)Virgin GamesDisc038-Plankwalk.ssdRPlatformer1983Neil Cannon11V1.1NY
678DISC038RondaxiansA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc038-Rondaxians.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1987Carlos Rondao11NYPublished in the February 1987 issue of A&B Computing.
679DISC038See Emily Play (AKA Emily)Fast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc038-SeeEmilyPlay.ssdMPlatformerJoust, Broomstick1990Jorundur Matthiasson11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 1 issue 6 in 1990.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
680DISC038SharkAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc038-Shark.ssdRPlatformer1988Sam Inglis11NY
681DISC038SkrambleAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc038-Skramble.ssdMSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Scramble1985Roland WaddiloveOTriple Decker 05, Ten Of The Best vol. 3Triple Decker 0511NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.2 issue 8 in May 1985. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 05 compilation.</p>
682DISC038SnakeComputer ConceptsDisc038-SnakeComputerConcepts.ssdRMazeSnake1982John Cox11NY
683DISC038SyncronSuperior SoftwareDisc038-SyncronP.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Xevious1988Gary Partis (Tequila)Superior Collection Volume 111NY0
684DISC038ZenonImpactDisc038-Zenon.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1988Ian CollinsonO12NY
685DISC0393D AsteroidsMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc039-3DAsteroids.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1989Douglas Pirie11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.7 issue 1 in March 1989
686DISC039Bed BugsOptimaDisc039-BedBugs.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984R. WilliamsO11NY
687DISC039Boulder Crash (AKA Rock Run)Brian LewisDisc039-BoulderCrashAKARockRun.ssdWMazeBoulder Dash198811NY
688DISC039BreakoutIJK SoftwareDisc039-BreakoutIJK.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong1982IJK Software Cassette 0312YY
689DISC039Bun FunSquirrel SoftDisc039-Bunfun.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Shoot with nuts and icing1984A.J. Turner11NY
690DISC039CubertBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc039-CubertBeebug.ssdMPlatformerQ*Bert1986Tim Thornham11VB0.1NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 5 issue 6 in November 1986. <br>The game was listed again in volume 12 issue 10 in March 1994.
691DISC039FroggyJSD SoftwareDisc039-Froggy.ssdRPlatformerFrogger198211NY
692DISC039Galaforce 2: Aliens' RevengeSuperior SoftwareDisc039-Galaforce2AliensRevenge.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaga1988Kevin EdwardsOPlay It Again Sam 06Galaforce 212NY0
693DISC039GolfAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc039-Golf.ssdMSport (Golf)1984Roland WaddiloveTriple Decker 04, Ten Of The Best vol. 1Triple Decker 0415NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.1 issue 10 in July 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 04 compilation.</p>
694DISC039Joe Blade IIPlayersDisc039-JoeBlade2.ssdRArcade AdventureRun 'n' Gun1988Wayne DobsonJoe Blade 211NY
695DISC039KourtyardGo-Dax (Go Dax)Disc039-KourtyardSTD.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1988Mark C. RogersSTDO11NY
696DISC039Mega ForceTynesoftDisc039-MegaForceE.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1987Ian CollinsonFour Great Games vol. 211YesNY0
697DISC039Space AttackFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc039-SpaceAttack2P.ssdMBat And BallPong1989Ewen Setti22NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 1 issue 3 in 1989.</p>
698DISC039Space MazeMicro Power (Program Power)Disc039-SpaceMaze.ssdRMaze1982J. Barfield11NY
699DISC039Superman: The GameFirst StarDisc039-SupermanTheGame.ssdRMaze1987Fernando Herrera, Jim Nangano11NY
700DISC039WarehouseTop TenDisc039-Warehouse.ssdRMaze1987Philip Watts, Tim Bateman11NY
701DISC039WhoopsyShards SoftwareDisc039-Whoopsy.ssdRCollect 'Em Up1985Cy NobleO11NY0
702DISC039ZiggyAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc039-ZiggyD.ssdRPlatformer1987Dean LesterFab Four 211NY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
703DISC040Astro WarsBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc040-AstroWars.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Astro Fighter1984Alan Malik11NY0Published on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 3 issue 5 in October 1984. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 10 in October 1984.
704DISC040Block BreakerMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc040-BlockBreaker.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong1989Gordon J. Key11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.7 issue 2 in April 1989
705DISC040BouncerA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc040-BouncerAB.ssdMPlatformerKangaroo1984Margaret Stanger11NYPublished in the December 1984 issue of A&B Computing.
706DISC040DiamondsSwiftDisc040-Diamonds.ssdRMazeBoulder Dash1985James Bee11NY0<p>James Bee later had a <a href="http://www.bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1105">similar game</a> published in Micro User.</p>
707DISC040DominoesBlue RibbonDisc040-DominoesBlueRibbon.ssdRTraditional Games (Dominoes)Dominoes1987Mike Williams11NY
708DISC040Evening StarHewson ConsultantsDisc040-EveningStarSTT.ssdRSimulation (Railways)1987Mike Male, Bob HillyerSTT01NY
709DISC040ExileSuperior SoftwareDisc040-ExileR.ssdRArcade Adventure1988Peter Irvin, Jeremy Smith11SWR For Enhanced PlayDisc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC micro, the game graphics are enhanced by having 2 banks of "Sideways RAM".</p>
710DISC040Fruit WormYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc040-FruitWorm.ssdMMazeSnake1983Shingo Sugiura11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 12 in December 1983.
711DISC040Loony Loco (AKA Locomotion)Kansas City SystemsDisc040-LoonyLoco.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Moon Buggy, Train1985Tony Monckton, Mark Monckton11NY
712DISC040ManiacMicronet 800Disc040-Maniac.ssdPMazeBerzerk1983Gary Partis (Tequila)11NY0<p>Published on the Micronet 800 service.</p>
713DISC040MicroballAlternativeDisc040-MicroBall.ssdRSimulation (Pinball)1987Steve Evans11NY
714DISC040Pod-Man-JoeFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc040-PodManJoe.ssdMPlatformerBreakout, Pogo stick1991Douglas Frior11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 3 issue 2 in 1991.</p>
715DISC040Ransack!Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc040-Ransack.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1987Peter ScottFab Four 211NY0
716DISC040Return Of The JediDomarkDisc040-ReturnOfTheJedi.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Return Of The Jedi1988Stephen A. MitchellStar Wars TrilogyStar Wars 311NY0
717DISC040Runemaker - Codename: DruidBBC Acorn User (formerly Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc040-RunemakerCodenameDruid.ssdMPlatformer1989Chris Ruseman11NY0<p>Published in the April 1989 issue of BBC Acorn User.</p> <p>Published on the Acorn User subscriber's disc in September 1992.</p>
718DISC040Smarty BertyComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.), Electron User GroupDisc040-SmartyBerty.ssdMPlatformerQ*Bert1985Tom Sato11NY0<p>Published In the May 1985 issue of Computer &amp; Video Games. Issue 43. <br />Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 61 in November 2001.</p>
719DISC040UltronViperDisc040-UltronViper.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Daniel Lucas11NY
720DISC040UraniansBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc040-Uranians.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1986S. Howitt11Speech ChipNY
721DISC041TheBig K.O.!TynesoftDisc041-BigKOSTDP.ssdRSport (Boxing)1987Stephen RuddySTDO12Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to OFF</p> <p>Please note: This game curerently has a small amount of&nbsp;graphics corruption.</p>
722DISC041Boat RaceModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc041-BoatRace.ssdMDriving (Boat)1985Don GoodeveModel B Computing Cassette 1011NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 10 in April/May 1985.</p>
723DISC041Cavern CapersAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc041-CavernCapersE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Scramble1986S. MerriganTriple Decker 06Triple Decker 0611YesNY0Published in Electron User Magazine vol.3 issue 12 in September 1986. <br>Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 06 compilation.
724DISC041DartsMRM SoftwareDisc041-DartsMRM2P.ssdRSport (Darts)1984Mike GoldbergO22NY
725DISC041DingbatDoctor SoftDisc041-Dingbat.ssdUMazeSnake minus the growth1984David Griffin11NY0<p><span style="color: #333333; font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 74 in 2011.</span></p>
726DISC041TheFrogSoftware For AllDisc041-Frog.ssdRPlatformerFrogger1983J.F. Knock, D.J. Knock11NY
727DISC041GhostsA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc041-Ghosts.ssdMPlatformer1986Kenton Price11NYPublished in the January 1986 issue of A&B Computing.
728DISC041Hell-HoleAlligataDisc041-HellHoleE.ssdRMazeThe Pit1984Toby ButlerBumper Bundle19YesNY
729DISC041TheHunt: Search For ShaunaRobicoDisc041-HuntSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1987Ian MurissSTT11Tape VersionNY0
730DISC041Impact!Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc041-ImpactP.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong1987Gary Partis (Tequila)Fab Four 211Disc VersionNYY
731DISC041OrbitalImpactDisc041-OrbitalP.ssdRMazeCrystal Castles1989Jonathan Temple11NY
732DISC041PendragonMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc041-Pendragon.ssdMMazePengo1986Gordon J. Key11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.4 issue 4 in June 1986
733DISC041PosidroidBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc041-Posidroid.ssdMArcade Adventure1986Jonathan Temple11VB1.8NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 5 issue 4 in August 1986.
734DISC041Psycastria 2Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc041-Psycastria2.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Uridium1989Gary Partis (Tequila)Fab Four 1Psycastria 214NY0<p>Inspired by the Commodore 64 game 'Uridium' by Hewson Consultants.</p>
735DISC041SpycatSuperior SoftwareDisc041-Spycat.ssdRArcade Adventure1988Peter Scott, DylanPlay It Again Sam 0911NY0
736DISC041Super SharksComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc041-SuperSharks.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1985Carl Robertshaw11NYPublished In the January 1985 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 39.
737DISC041TazmanDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc041-Tazman.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1987Rob Anderson11NYPublished on the October/November 1987 issue of Disk User. Issue 03.
738DISC041Wizalon (AKA Wizards)Acorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc041-Wizalon.ssdMBreakoutCircus Skills, Clowns1988David LawtonAcorn User Games Disc11NY0<p>Published in the January 1988 issue of Acorn User.</p> <p>Published on the Acorn User subscriber's disc in September 1992.</p>
739DISC042Black BoxAcornsoftDisc042-BlackBox.ssdRPuzzle1984Benjamin FinnBlack Box And Gambit14NY
740DISC042BreakthroughAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc042-BreakthroughD.ssdRPlatformer1988Ian Collinson11Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
741DISC042By Fair Means Or Foul (AKA Pro Boxing)Superior SoftwareDisc042-ByFairMeansOrFoul.ssdRSport (Boxing)1988Michael Simpson, Terry SimpsonOPlay It Again Sam 1212NY0
742DISC042CentipedeSelf-publishedDisc042-CentipedeDGriffin.ssdWShooter (Gallery)Centipede1983David Griffin11NY
743DISC042CloggerImpactDisc042-CloggerP.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1988Gordon J. Key111770 DFS RequiredNYBeebem problems with DFS 1.20
744DISC042Crack-UpAtlantisDisc042-CrackUp.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong1989Spike MoiranO12NY
745DISC042Eldorado GoldMicro Power (Program Power)Disc042-EldoradoGold.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1982David ElliotMicro Power Magic 111NY0
746DISC042Indoor SoccerAlternativeDisc042-IndoorSoccer2P.ssdRSport (Football)Soccer1988Simon Guest, John Hamblett22NY
747DISC042KremlinDoctor SoftDisc042-Kremlin.ssdRMaze3D Maze198311NY0
748DISC042TheMad MuncherComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc042-MadMuncher.ssdMMazeSnake1985John BrownO11NYPublished In the December 1985 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 50, in the "Book Of Games" supplement.
749DISC042MaelstromDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc042-Maelstrom.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1988Matthew Fifield11NY0<p>Published on the December 1988 issue of Disk User. Issue 14.</p>
750DISC042OmegaBeebugsoftDisc042-Omega.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983M.J. Taylor11NYSold by Beebugsoft. First advertised in volume 2 issue 5 in October 1983.
751DISC042RibbetHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc042-Ribbet.ssdMPlatformerFrogger1984Andrew McMasterO11NYPublished in issue 52 of Home Computing Weekly in March 1984.
752DISC042Shanghai WarriorsPlayersDisc042-ShanghaiWarriors.ssdRBeat 'Em Up1989Wayne Dobson, Jabba Severn11NY
753DISC042Shuggy's GardenAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc042-ShuggysGarden.ssdMMaze1985Hugh DarbyAcorn User Games Compendium11NY0Published in the December 1985 issue of Acorn User. <br>Published on the Acorn User games compendium tape in October 1986. <br>The compendium comprises: <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=463">Spectramania</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1077">Quadline</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1274">Picture Slide</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1486">Maze</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1693">Acorn User Office Adventure</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=753">Shuggy's Garden</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=391">Run Silent Run Deep</a>, and <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1136">Adventure</a>.
754DISC042Space ArenaMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc042-SpaceArena2P.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Boot Hill, Spaceship1987Daniel Tang22NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.5 issue 8 in October 1987
755DISC042Sphere Of Destiny 2Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc042-SphereOfDestiny2FabFour.ssdRBall ControlTrailblazer1989Gary Partis (Tequila)Fab Four 1Sphere Of Destiny 211NY0
756DISC042Storm CycleAtlantisDisc042-StormCycle.ssdRPlatform Puzzler1989J.P. Townley, J.M. Perry11NY
757DISC043BarbarianSuperior SoftwareDisc043-Barbarian2Parts.ssdRBeat 'Em Up1988Peter Scott, DylanOPlay It Again Sam 11Barbarian 112NY0
758DISC043BouncerComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc043-BouncerCVG.ssdMPlatformer1986Paul Maddison11NYPublished In the June 1986 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 56.
759DISC043Brick 'Em In (AKA Wall 'Em In)Software For AllDisc043-BrickEmIn.ssdRMaze198211NY0
76025DISC043Chuckie Egg 4 (AKA Chukee Egg 4) [hack]Self-publishedDisc043-ChuckieEgg4.ssdLPlatformer1984Doug Anderson, Anon14Unofficial releaseNY0<p>Extra levels for the classic <a href="game.php?id=25">Chuckie Egg</a>.&nbsp;</p> <p>According to the <a href="http://web.archive.org/web/20060211065752/http://www.bagshot-row.org:80/chuckie-egg/hacksandupgrades.html">Hacks and Upgrades</a> section of the now-defunct website <a href="http://web.archive.org/web/20050918052628/http://www.bagshot-row.org/chuckie-egg/">The Chuckie Egg Professional's Resource Kit</a>, "This is a straight-forward, anonymous modification of the original BBC 32K Chuckie Egg release with some modified levels based originally on the eight levels supplied with <a href="game.php?id=509">CHUKEE</a> from BIT TWIDDLERS".</p>
761DISC043CorpuscleAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc043-Corpuscle.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1985Ken Worrall11NYFirst advertised for sale in Acorn User Magazine January 1985 issue. Produced by Micrograf.
762DISC043Fighter PilotKansas City SystemsDisc043-FighterPilotKansas.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1983Julian Charles Bury11NY
763DISC043Galactic InvadersMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc043-GalacticInvaders.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders198311NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.1 issue 7 in September 1983
764DISC043Gideon's GambleSuperior SoftwareDisc043-GideonsGamble.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1983Robin Burgess, Jean Burgess11NY
765DISC043Grid Runner II (The Blob's Revenge) (AKA Gridrunner 2)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc043-GridRunnerIITheBlobsRevenge.ssdMMaze1986Grid Runner 211NYPublished on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 5 issue 2 in June 1986.
766DISC043Gunner (AKA Gunners)Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc043-Gunner.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984Tim HumphriesO11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 11 in November 1984.
767DISC043HobgoblinAtlantisDisc043-Hobgoblin.ssdRPlatformer (Scrolling)Ghosts 'n' Goblins1989David ParsonsHobgoblin 111V2.00NY
768DISC043TheLiving DaylightsDomarkDisc043-LivingDaylights.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)1987Matthew AtkinsonO11Disc VersionNY
769DISC043ParachuteAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc043-Parachute.ssdMCatch 'em1984A.G. MartinTriple Decker 02, Ten Of The Best vol. 2Triple Decker 0211NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.1 issue 11 in August 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 02 compilation.</p>
770DISC043TheSaga Of Erik The VikingLevel 9 Computing, Mosaic Publishing Ltd.Disc043-SagaOfErikTheVikingSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1985Sue GazzardSTT11NY
771DISC043Serpent's LairComsoftDisc043-SerpentsLairE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics198411YesTape EditNY
772DISC043Sleigh BellsGeminiDisc043-SleighBells.ssdRMazePlatformer1983A.G. CartlidgeO11NY
773DISC043SnakerFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc043-Snaker.ssdMMazeSnake1990J.S.M.11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 2 issue 1 in 1990.</p>
774DISC043Subway VigilantePlayersDisc043-SubwayVigilante.ssdRBeat 'Em Up1989Simon Daniels, Wayne Dobson11NY
775DISC0443D PoolFirebird Software, ProAction (Pro Action)Disc044-3DPool.ssdRSport (Pool)1989Nick Pelling (Orlando)OPlay It Again Sam 1911NY0
776DISC044Crawler (AKA Centipede)Computer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc044-CrawlerCVG.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Centipede1984Mark Haw11NYPublished In the January 1984 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 27.
777DISC044Emerald IsleLevel 9 ComputingDisc044-EmeraldIsleSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1985Shaun D. Abbott, Pete AustinSTT11NY
778DISC044Galex-VadersComputer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc044-GalexVaders.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1985Carlos Rondao, Ana Otero11NYPublished in issue 4 of Computer Gamer magazine in July 1985.
779DISC044Holy HorrorsRomikDisc044-HolyHorrorsSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1984Clive WebsterSTT11NY
780DISC044House Of HorrorsKay-Ess (Kay Ess)Disc044-HouseOfHorrors.ssdRMaze1984O11NY
781DISC044Jump Jet AssaultYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.), Electron User GroupDisc044-JumpJetAssaultE.ssdMShooter (Scrolling)1985Brian Lewis11YesNY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 7 in July 1985. <br />Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 71 in 2009 or 2010.</p>
782DISC044Las Vegas (AKA Crazy Fruit)R.H. SoftwareDisc044-LasVegas.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling198311NY0
783DISC044TheLife Of ReptonSuperior SoftwareDisc044-LifeOfReptonP.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1987Matthew AtkinsonOPlay It Again Sam 09Repton 511NY0
784DISC044Magic WallDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc044-MagicWall.ssdMPuzzle1988Des Catlin11NYPublished on the February/March 1988 issue of Disk User. Issue 05.
785DISC044TheManhole GameBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc044-ManholeGame.ssdMCatch 'em1984E. Christie11VB1.6NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 9 in March 1984.
786DISC044Mega ApocalypseMartechDisc044-MegaApocalypse.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1988Russell Bradshaw, Richard Browne11NY
787DISC044MillipedeYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc044-Millipede.ssdMMazeSnake1983Shingo Sugiura11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 5 in May 1983. Also released on the Dutch "Big Ben Club" PD disc.
788DISC044Monster MazeMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc044-MonsterMaze.ssdMMaze1989Andrew Lee11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.7 issue 9 in November 1989
789DISC044Qwak!Superior SoftwareDisc044-QwakPIAS10P.ssdRPlatformer1989Jamie WoodhousePlay It Again Sam 1011NY0
790DISC044RumbleDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc044-Rumble2P.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Combat1988Mark CromptonO24NY0<p>Published on the December 1988 issue of Disk User. Issue 14.</p>
791DISC044Spheroids (AKA Round Ones)AlternativeDisc044-Spheroids.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong1987Simon Guest, John Hamblett11NY
792DISC044White Knight MK11BBC SoftDisc044-WhiteKnightMk11.ssdRBoard Game (Chess)Chess1983Martin Bryant02NY
793DISC045Arcade Soccer4th DimensionDisc045-ArcadeSoccer.ssdRSport (Football)Soccer1989Peter Gillett, Martin KelseyO12NY
794DISC045Blast!Audiogenic Software Ltd.Disc045-Blast.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Thrust1989Sam Inglis11NY
795DISC045Breakout (AKA Breakthrough)Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc045-BreakoutAKABreakthrough.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong1983Chris Melville11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 5 in May 1983.
796DISC045ChessMicro Power (Program Power)Disc045-ChessMicroPower.ssdRBoard Game (Chess)Chess1982Micro Power Magic 202NY0
797DISC045Frantic FarmerComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc045-FranticFarmer.ssdMMaze1984Jonathan Temple11NYPublished In the December 1984 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 38.
798DISC045TheGateMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc045-Gate.ssdMMaze1989David Hopkins11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.7 issue 6 in August 1989
799DISC045Grand PrixAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc045-GrandPrixTD1.ssdMDriving (Top Down)Sprint1986S. MerriganTriple Decker 01, Ten Of The Best vol. 3Triple Decker 0111NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.3 issue 6 in March 1986. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 01 compilation.</p>
800DISC045Light CyclesPaeanDisc045-LightCyclesPaean.ssdRMazeTron, Light Cycles1983Martin Thomas11NY
801DISC045Moon BuggyComputer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc045-MoonBuggyComputerGamerSTD.ssdMMaze1986William PrewSTDO11NYPublished in issue 11 of Computer Gamer magazine in February 1986.
802DISC045NeuzoneFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc045-Neuzone.ssdMShooter (Scrolling)Battlezone1990Keith Taylor11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 2 issue 3 in 1990.</p>
803DISC045Pharaoh's TombA&F SoftwareDisc045-PharaohsTomb.ssdRRPG1982Brian Clark, Marian Clark11NY
804DISC045PredatorSuperior SoftwareDisc045-Predator.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Run 'n' Gun1989Peter ScottPlay It Again Sam 1411NY0
805DISC045Repton Thru TimeSuperior SoftwareDisc045-ReptonThruTimeP.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1987Matthew AtkinsonOPlay It Again Sam 10Repton 611NY0
806DISC045Sea AdventureVirgin GamesDisc045-SeaAdventure.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1984Mike Woodham11NY
807DISC045Tank AttackGEMDisc045-TankAttackGEMJ.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Combat1983Alan MardellR12NY0<p>This game may not be playable without a joystick. Jsbeeb does not currently emulate a joystick so it might not be possible to play this game on the website. Try using an emulator or a real BBC.</p>
808DISC045Wee ShuggyBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc045-WeeShuggy.ssdMPlatformer1984Hugh Darby11VB0.2NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 6 in November 1984. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 2 issue 1 in November 1984.
809DISC045WoksArtic & Unicorn SoftwareDisc045-WoksE.ssdRPlatformer1986Mike Kennedy11YesNY0
810DISC045Wolfpack III (AKA Wolf Pack III)Doctor SoftDisc045-WolfpackIII.ssdRSimulation (Space Flight)198311NY
811DISC046TheAlien From Outer SpaceIncentiveDisc046-AlienFromOuterSpaceSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1987Andrew PickfordSTD11NY
812DISC046Around The World In 40 Screens (Repton)Superior SoftwareDisc046-AroundTheWorldIn40ScreensP.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1987Matthew AtkinsonOPlay It Again Sam 08Repton 411NY0
813DISC046BanditsDeskflair GamesDisc046-Bandits.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids1983Dino Dini11V2.0NY
814DISC046Cowboy ShootoutModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc046-CowboyShootoutMBC.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Boot Hill1983Jorg MuschnerModel B Computing Cassette 0111NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 1 in October/November 1983.</p>
815DISC046Explorer EddieMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc046-ExplorerEddie.ssdRPlatformer1984Barry WakelinGolden Games11NY0<p>Published on the Micro User "Golden Games" compilation in 1984. The compilation consisted of Bill Bounces Back, Cribbage, Fair Play, Sevens, Which Way, White Widow, Yams, China Drop, Crown Green Bowls, Draw Poker, Explorer Eddie, Master Spy, Patience, and Splat!</p>
816DISC046TheGreat WallArtic & Unicorn Software, TynesoftDisc046-GreatWall.ssdRPlatformerHunchback in China1986Mike KennedyFour Great Games vol. 211NY0
817DISC046HarrierComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc046-Harrier.ssdMSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1984Peter Hextal11NYPublished In the April 1984 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 30.
818DISC046Kitchen Chaos (AKA Fry Up)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc046-KitchenChaos.ssdMCatch 'emClowns with a pan1984Kai Sui Ng11VB0.4NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 5 in October 1984.
819DISC046Laser CyclesA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc046-LaserCycles.ssdMMazeTron, Light Cycles1985Shingo Sugiura11NYPublished in the January 1985 issue of A&B Computing.
820DISC046TheMaster (AKA Karate Kid)Disk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), BBC PDDisc046-Master2P.ssdMSport (Karate)Fighter1987Clive Dunkley22NY0<p>Published on the June/July 1987 issue of Disk User. Issue 01.</p> <p>Later published on BBC PD Disc 62, as 'Master Waters'.</p>
821DISC046PerplexitySuperior SoftwareDisc046-PerplexityP.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Pac-Man 3D, Arcade, Puzzle1989Ian CollinsonPlay It Again Sam 1611NY0
822DISC046Skirmish (AKA Joust)Go-Dax (Go Dax), Superior SoftwareDisc046-Skirmish.ssdRPlatformerJoust1988Stuart Cheshire (Delos D. Harriman)Play It Again Sam 1212NY0
823DISC046Star Fighter (AKA Star Fighter Pilot)Alternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc046-StarFighterPilot.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Roland WaddiloveTriple Decker 05, Ten Of The Best vol. 2Triple Decker 0511NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.2 issue 2 in November 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 05 compilation.</p>
824DISC046Sword MasterAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Addison-Wesley Publishers Ltd.)Disc046-Swordmaster2P.ssdRSport (Sword Fighting)1983Ken WorrallO22NYFirst advertised for sale in Acorn User Magazine November 1983 issue. Produced by Micrograf.
825DISC046TanksYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.), Electron User GroupDisc046-Tanks.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Combat1985N. Sheard11NY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 5 in May 1985. <br />Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 72 in 2009 or 2010.</p>
826DISC046Tutankhamun's RevengeBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc046-TutankhamunsRevengeEdit.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1987Mark Jarvis11Disc EditNYMissing Editor?
827DISC046White Knight MK12BBC SoftDisc046-WhiteKnightMk12.ssdRBoard Game (Chess)Chess1984Martin Bryant02NY
828DISC046TheWishing WellsElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc046-WishingWellsE.ssdMShooter (Scrolling)1989Den Miller11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 7, issue 3 in December 1989.
829DISC047BaronSuperior SoftwareDisc047-BaronPIAS11.ssdRArcade Adventure1989Angelo SparacinoPlay It Again Sam 1111NY
830DISC047Burger TimeBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc047-BurgerTimeBeebug.ssdMPlatformerBurger Time1986Jonathan Temple11VC1.2NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 4 issue 9 in March 1986.
831DISC047Camelot (AKA Quest 2)Superior SoftwareDisc047-Camelot.ssdRArcade Adventure1989Tony OakdenPlay It Again Sam 0911V3NY0
832DISC047Cat And MouseMicro Power (Program Power)Disc047-CatAndMouse.ssdRMaze1982I.E. Johnston12YY
833DISC047Colossus Chess 4CDS Software Ltd.Disc047-ColossusChess40.ssdRBoard Game (Chess)Chess1985Martin Bryant11NY
834DISC047FlashAcornsoft, BBC SoftDisc047-FlashFunGames.ssdRMemory GameSimon, Traditional1982Fun Games11V2YY
835DISC047Superfruit (AKA Fruit Machine)SimonsoftDisc047-FruitMachineSimonsoft.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1983D. Shuker11V2NY0
836DISC047HunchBackPersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Personal Computer Games (PCG) (VNU Publications), Electron User Group, Century Communications Ltd.Disc047-HunchBackPCW.ssdMPlatformerHunchback1984Barry WakelinPCW Games Collection (BOOK)11NY0<p>Published in Issue 10 of Personal Computer Games, September 1984.</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 38 in June 1998.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>Hunchback is to be found in most arcades and it is one of the more unusual games. You control Quazimodo, champion bell ringer of all France, as he scurries across the roof of the abbey to rescue his true love, Esmerelda.</p> <p>To complete each screen, pull on the bell rope and exit the screen to the right. Here is a table of what happens on each level of the game.</p> <ol> <li>Arrows and rocks fly across the screen and spears are thrown upwards.</li> <li>Same as level one plus a block appears in the middle of the screen over Quazimodo's head.</li> <li>Same as level two except that another block appears on the screen and boiling oil falls instead of spears being thrown.</li> <li>Same as level three except that another block appears on the right and both oil and spears have to be avoided.</li> <li>Similar to level four except that the two left-most blocks now become wider.</li> <li>The same as level five except that there is a rope that also must pulled to finish this screen and release Esmerelda.</li> </ol> <p>When you complete all this, Esmerelda begs poor Quazimodo to rescue her sister from a similar predicament So, being a love-struck fool, Quazi goes through it all again. This time, however, the time bonus (bottom right of the screen) decreases faster. If it reaches zero then Quazi bites the dust!</p> <p>Though this version of Hunchback may not offer all the varied levels of the arcade original, it still offers a satisfactory challenge for even the most skilled players.</p> <p>This program is also an excellent demonstration of just how BBC BASIC can be. On most other computers this game in would be unbearably slow!</p> </blockquote>
837DISC047KeychaseComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc047-Keychase.ssdMPlatformer1985Paul Evans11NYPublished In the July 1985 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 45, in the "Book Of Games" supplement.
838DISC047Light CycleSelf-publishedDisc047-LightCycle.ssdWMazeTron, Light Cycles1982Julian I. Bond11NY
839DISC047Mega MonstersAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Addison-Wesley Publishers Ltd.)Disc047-MegaMonsters.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Tugomir Williams11NYPublished in the September 1983 issue of Acorn User.
840DISC047MegarokBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc047-Megarok.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids1987Jasobabes12NY
841DISC047OlsenA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc047-Olsen.ssdMMaze1986Torben Osted11NY0Published in the September 1986 issue of A&B Computing.
842DISC047PipelineSuperior SoftwareDisc047-PipelineD.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)1988Ian Holmes, William ReevePlay It Again Sam 1111Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
843DISC047Rabbit RunMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc047-RabbitRun.ssdMMaze1985G. James11NY0<p>Given away as a free extra game for people who purchased the Micro User Magazine tape vol.3 issue 2 in April 1985</p>
844DISC047ScramblerYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc047-Scrambler.ssdMSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Scramble1983David Griffin11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 8 in August 1983.
845DISC047TheStolen LampLothlorien, Paxman PromotionsDisc047-StolenLampSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1983M.C. LothlorienSTDWar Games Pack11NY0
846DISC047White Magic4th DimensionDisc047-WhiteMagic.ssdRRPGMaze1989John WhighamWhite Magic 111Disc VersionNY
847DISC0483D SnookerPlayersDisc048-3DSnooker.ssdRSport (Snooker)1990Steve Siddle12NY
848DISC048BallistixSuperior SoftwareDisc048-BallistixP.ssdRBall Game1989Peter Scott, Martin EdmondsonPlay It Again Sam 1412NY0
849DISC048Balloon BusterBlue RibbonDisc048-BalloonBuster.ssdRBreakoutClowns, Circus Skills1989Mike Williams11NY0
850DISC048Dennis In The MinesAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc048-DennisInTheMines.ssdMMaze1984Stephen Flood11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine December 1984. Issue 8.
851DISC048Fruit Machine SimulatorCodemastersDisc048-FruitMachineSimulator.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1989Alan Pennington, Gary Pennington11NY0
852DISC048Hobgoblin 2AtlantisDisc048-HobgoblinII.ssdRPlatformer (Scrolling)Ghosts 'n' Goblins1990David ParsonsHobgoblin 211NY
853DISC048KnockoutAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc048-KnockoutE.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong1984Roland WaddiloveTriple Decker 07, Ten Of The Best vol. 1Triple Decker 0711YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.1 issue 11 in August 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 07 compilation.</p>
854DISC048Krazy JohnYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc048-KrazyJohn.ssdMPlatformer1984John R. Wilson (J.R. Wilson)11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 6 in June 1984.
855DISC048Lunar EscapeBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc048-LunarEscape.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Lunar Rescue1983C.J. Hall11V1 B1.26NY0Sold by Beebugsoft. First advertised in volume 2 issue 6 in November 1983. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 6 in May 1984.
856DISC048Miner BillMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc048-MinerBill.ssdMPlatformer1984Jason Chown11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 10 in December 1984
857DISC048Missile DefenderPersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc048-MissileDefender.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1984S. RodenPCW Games Collection (BOOK)11NYY<p>Published in the April 1984 issue of Personal Computer World magazine (PCW).</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>*** MESSAGE TO SECTOR A37 STOP ENEMY NUCLEAR MISSILES HEADING YOUR WAY STOP BEST OF LUCK STOP ***</p> <p>Just your luck to be in command when the enemy decides to take some pot shots at your sector! Missile Defender is a version of the classic arcade favourite Missile Command.</p> <p>The object of the game is to protect your cities from an onslaught of IBMs (Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles, dummy, not computers from America!) The arcade original gave you three different bases from which to launch you missiles but, due to defence budget cuts, you have just one!</p> <p>You score 25 points for each missile zapped. Every 1000 points you score gives you a new sector of four cities to protect. Each incoming missile is capable of wiping out a city and when all the cities are destroyed, the game is over. Your controls are:</p> <p style="padding-left: 30px;">Z = Left<br />X = Right<br />* = Up<br />? = Down</p> <p>Happy blasting!</p> </blockquote>
858DISC048Purple TurtlesComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc048-PurpleTurtles.ssdMPlatformer1985David Dobby11NYPublished In the February 1985 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 40, in the "Book Of Games" supplement.
859DISC048Q*BixAlligata, Unicorn SoftwareDisc048-QBixE.ssdRPlatformerQ*Bert1986Mike KennedyAction Pack 211YesNY
860DISC048React (AKA Sitting Target)CascadeDisc048-React.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Bank Panic1983D.C. Rigby11NY0<p>Later published (under the name "Sitting Target") on the Electron User Group PD Disc 46 in November 1999.</p>
861DISC048Repton InfinitySuperior SoftwareDisc048-ReptonInfinityEditP.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1988David Lawrence, David ActonRepton 7111770 DFS RequiredEditNY<p>The original game came with an editor so the user could create their own levels. The editor has been removed from this version to save space.</p><p>Beebem Problems with DFS 1.20</p>
862DISC048SkoogsA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc048-Skoogs.ssdMMaze1984Margaret Stanger11NYPublished in the May/June 1984 issue of A&B Computing.
863DISC048TrainiacPersonal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications), Electron User GroupDisc048-Trainiac.ssdMPlatformerKeep train on track1984Simon Williams11NY0<p>Published in Personal Computer News issue 57 in April 1984. <br />Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 70 in 2009.</p>
864DISC048TheWheel Of FortuneEpic AdventuresDisc048-WheelOfFortuneD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1984Melvyn WrightSTDEpic Adventure No. 411Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
865DISC049Alien ChaseComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc049-AlienChase.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1982Janek Sirrs11NYPublished In the December 1982 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 14.
866DISC049AndroidA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc049-Android.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1985John Kortink11NYPublished in the September 1985 issue of A&B Computing.
867DISC049AntixKrypton ForceDisc049-Antix.ssdRMaze1984Andysoft11NY
868DISC049Armoured TomsYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc049-ArmouredToms.ssdMPlatformer1986C. Hughes11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 6 issue 2 in February 1986.
869DISC049Blast-OutFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc049-BlastOut.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong1989Ewen Setti11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 1 issue 1 in 1989.</p>
870DISC049Boot HillSalamanderDisc049-BootHill2P.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Boot Hill1984Andrew PymerGames Compendium B322NY
871DISC049GambitAcornsoftDisc049-Gambit2P.ssdRStrategy1984Philip Oliver, Andrew OliverOBlack Box And Gambit24V1NY
872DISC049GunfighterAtlantisDisc049-Gunfighter.ssdRShooter1990Tony Love11NY
873DISC049Karate Warrior (AKA Karate)Alternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications), Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications), Computer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc049-Karate2P.ssdMSport (Karate)Fighter1985Matthew Holroyd, James SamwaysTriple Decker 05, Ten Of The Best vol. 3Triple Decker 0522NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 7 in September 1985</p> <p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.3 issue 2 in November 1985.</p> <p>An identical listing (minus the REM statements) was published in Computer &amp; Video Games magazine issue 62 in December 1986. The magazine credited the listing to 11 year old James Samways...</p> <p>Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 05 compilation.</p>
874DISC049TheKey ManLet's Compute! (Database Publications)Disc049-KeyMan.ssdMMaze1990Mike GoldbergLet's Compute! Tape 1Let's Compute! Tape 111NYPublished on the "Let's Compute" subscribers disc/tape, first available in August 1990. It could also be typed in from listings in issues 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the magazine (August to November 1990).
875DISC049OrcrestDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc049-Orcrest.ssdMPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1988Alan Taylor11NY0<p>Published on the July 1988 issue of Disk User. Issue 09.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
876DISC049Pipe Mania (AKA Pipemania)Empire, Superior SoftwareDisc049-PipeManiaP.ssdRPuzzle1990David LawrenceOPlay It Again Sam 1612NY0
877DISC049Pipeline!Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc049-Pipeline.ssdMPuzzle1988James Bee11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.6 issue 1 in March 1988
878DISC049Star PortSuperior SoftwareDisc049-StarPortPIAS14.ssdRArcade Adventure1990Tony OakdenPlay It Again Sam 1411NY
879DISC049Superior SoccerSuperior SoftwareDisc049-SuperiorSoccer.ssdRSport (Football)Soccer1989Peter ScottPlay It Again Sam 1412NY0
880DISC049Trackman (AKA Trackman Game)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc049-TrackmanGame.ssdMStrategy1985Tom Standage, Silas Standage11VB1.2NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 4 issue 2 in June 1985. <br>Changes to make this game run better on the Electron were published in Elbug Magazine volume 2 issue 7 in June 1985.
881DISC049White Magic 24th DimensionDisc049-WhiteMagic2.ssdRRPGMaze1989John WhighamWhite Magic 211Disc VersionNY
882DISC049Winter WonderlandIncentive, BBC PDDisc049-WinterWonderlandSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1987Simon Lipscombe, Tim WalshaSTD11NY0<p>Later published on BBC PD Disc 47, although it was text only.</p>
883DISC050AbyssCCSDisc050-Abyss.ssdRAdventureGraphic Adventure, Educational1984P. Martin11NY
884DISC050Atom Smasher (AKA Atom Smash)Alternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc050-AtomSmasherE.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1985Roland WaddiloveTriple Decker 07, Ten Of The Best vol. 2Triple Decker 0711YesNY0<p>First advertised in Electron User magazine volume 2, issue 8 in May 1985. <br />Sold on the "Ten of the best" compilation volume 2, which consisted of games previously listed in Electron User magazine. <br />Atom Smasher was the only game on this compilation which was not previously listed in the magazine. <br />Therefore you had to purchase the cassette if you wanted this game. <br />Later released by Alternative on the Triple Decker 07 compilation.</p>
885DISC050CaterpillarBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc050-CaterpillarBeebug.ssdMMazeSnake1985Dave Robinson11VB0.1NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 9 in March 1985. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 2 issue 3 in Jan/Feb 1985.
886DISC050Chopper (AKA Cutter)Krypton ForceDisc050-ChopperAKACutter.ssdRMaze198411NY
887DISC050CircusYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc050-CircusYourComputer.ssdMBreakoutCircus Skills, Clowns1985A.J. BothamO11NY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 10 in October 1985.</p>
888DISC050DraughtsComputer ConceptsDisc050-DraughtsComputerConceptsSTD.ssdRBoard Game (Draughts)Draughts1983D. ThompsonSTDO11V1.32NY
889DISC050E-Type4th Dimension, Superior SoftwareDisc050-EType.ssdRDrivingPole Position1990Gordon J. KeyOPlay It Again Sam 18111770 DFS RequiredNY0<p>Beebem problems with DFS 1.20</p>
890DISC050EliminatorElectron User, The (Database Publications), Electron User GroupDisc050-EliminatorE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1989Anthony Houghton, Chris Warburton11YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 6, issue 8 in May 1989.</p> <p><em><strong>Please note that the Electron User listing credits Anthony Houghton as the author, while the Electron user Group listing credits C. Warburton.</strong></em></p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 51 in June 2000.</p>
891DISC050F14 TomcatPlayersDisc050-F14TomcatD.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)1989Adam Polanski, David Pyta11Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
892DISC050FlipperMicrodealDisc050-Flipper.ssdRBoard Game (Reversi)Reversi1983Roger JaneO02V5NY
893DISC050Gridd WorzYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc050-GriddWorz.ssdMArcadeTron, Qix1984Simon Phipps11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 7 in July 1984.
894DISC050Helter SkelterAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc050-HelterSkelterSTD.ssdRArcadeBounce1990Kevin BlakeSTD12V1.2NY
895DISC050KlaxDomarkDisc050-Klax.ssdRPuzzle1990Kevin Blake11NY
896DISC050Maze ManCJE MicrosDisc050-MazeManGo.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1984O11NY0
897DISC050ReversiSuperior SoftwareDisc050-ReversiSuperior.ssdRBoard Game (Reversi)Reversi198312NY
898DISC050ScrabbleLeisure GeniusDisc050-Scrabble.ssdRBoard Game (Scrabble)Scrabble1984D. Lakshman, Dr. P.J. Turcan14NY
899DISC050Tank AttackCDS Software Ltd.Disc050-TankAttackCDS2P.ssdRStrategy1989Mike Williams24V1.3NY
900DISC050Wild Fruities (AKA Fruities)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc050-WildFruities.ssdMPlatformerMonsters1983Mark Smiddy11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.1 issue 6 in August 1983
901DISC051ChaseJMD SoftDisc051-Chase.ssdWMazeSnake198211V2NY
902DISC051China DropMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc051-ChinaDropSTT.ssdRCatch 'em1984Ian McAlpineSTTGolden Games11NY0<p>Published on the Micro User "Golden Games" compilation in 1984. The compilation consisted of Bill Bounces Back, Cribbage, Fair Play, Sevens, Which Way, White Widow, Yams, China Drop, Crown Green Bowls, Draw Poker, Explorer Eddie, Master Spy, Patience, and Splat!</p>
903DISC051Dennis On The FarmAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc051-DennisOnTheFarm.ssdMMaze1984Stephen Flood11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine June/July 1984. Issue 4.
904DISC051TheFall Of RomeArgus Press Software (APS) (ASP)Disc051-FallOfRome.ssdRStrategy1984Martin Edwards11V1.3NY
905DISC051Glider PilotApexDisc051-GliderPilot.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1985Peter Vasey, John WestwoodO11V1.2NY
906DISC051Grand PrixYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc051-GrandPrixYourComputer.ssdMDrivingMonaco GP1985Michael Barter11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 4 in April 1985.
907DISC051Inertia4th DimensionDisc051-Inertia.ssdRMazeMarble Madness1990D. Postlethwaite11NY
908DISC051Johnny RebLothlorien, Paxman PromotionsDisc051-JohnnyRebSTD.ssdRStrategy1983M.C. LothlorienSTDWar Games Pack12NY0
909DISC051Licence To KillDomarkDisc051-LicenceToKill.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Helicopter (vertical)1990Stephen A. Mitchell, Chris K. Lowe11NY
910DISC051TheLost CrystalEpic AdventuresDisc051-LostCrystalD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1987Melvyn WrightSTDEpic Adventure No. 511Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
911DISC051Mr. FreezeAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc051-MrFreezeE.ssdMMaze1985Roland WaddiloveTriple Decker 08, Ten Of The Best vol. 3Triple Decker 0811YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.2 issue 5 in March 1985. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 08 compilation.</p>
912DISC051Pearl HarbourMicrogame SimulationsDisc051-PearlHarbour.ssdRStrategy1983Colin Tanner11V1.0NY
913DISC051PolarisBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc051-Polaris.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Vertical198311NY
914DISC051PrisonSwiftDisc051-PrisonSTD.ssdRPlatformer1985STD11Disc VersionNY
915DISC051ThePrisonerFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc051-Prisoner.ssdMPuzzleSliding Block Puzzle1990David Bryan11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 2 issue 2 in 1990.</p>
916DISC051Q-ManA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), Electron User GroupDisc051-QManAB.ssdMPlatformerQ*Bert1985Kenton Price11NY0<p>Published in the June 1985 issue of A&amp;B Computing.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 59 in July 2001.</p>
917DISC051Robot AttackBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc051-RobotAttack.ssdMMaze1983Edward Hung11V1ANY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 3 in July 1983. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 2 in December 1983.
918DISC051Sea WolfLet's Compute! (Database Publications)Disc051-SeaWolf.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Depthcharge1990Mike GoldbergLet's Compute! Tape 1Let's Compute! Tape 111NYPublished on the "Let's Compute" subscribers disc/tape, first available in August 1990. It did not appear in the magazine.
919DISC052BeastiroidsMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc052-Beastiroids.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids1988Simon Bartrum11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.6 issue 4 in June 1988
920DISC052Bird BasherLet's Compute! (Database Publications)Disc052-BirdBasher.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Nutter, Cat1990Mike GoldbergLet's Compute! Tape 1Let's Compute! Tape 111NYPublished on the "Let's Compute!" subscribers disc/tape, first available in August 1990. It did not appear in the magazine.
921DISC052Bobby Charlton SoccerDACCDisc052-BobbyCharltonSoccerD.ssdRSport (Football)Soccer1985D.G. Johnson, Derek AshtonO12NY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
922DISC052Castles Of SandAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc052-CastlesOfSandSTT.ssdMPuzzle1984Martin HollisSTTTriple Decker 06, Ten Of The Best vol. 2Triple Decker 0611NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.1 issue 11 in August 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 06 compilation.</p>
923DISC052Cellars (AKA Monsters)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), Practical Computing (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc052-Cellars.ssdMPlatformer1984Keith Miles11YY0<p>Published in the March/April 1984 issue of A&amp;B Computing, under the title "Cellars".</p> <p>A very similar listing had been published in the January 1984 issue of Practical Computing magazine (volume 7, issue 1) under the title "Monsters".</p>
924DISC052ChessAcornsoftDisc052-ChessAcornsoftSTT.ssdRBoard Game (Chess)Chess1983Arthur Norman, Nick Pelling (Orlando)STTO12V2.1NY
925DISC052Crystal CastleElectron User Group, Self-publishedDisc052-CrystalCastle.ssdPPlatform Puzzler1984Graham Nelson11NY0<p>Published on <a href="http://web.archive.org/web/20060426235826/http://www.tnelson.demon.co.uk/cc/">Toby Nelson's website</a>, and later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 68 some time after 2002.</p>
926DISC052Farmer 'Jo'Home Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc052-FarmerJo.ssdMMaze1985Shingo Sugiura11NYPublished in issue 105 of Home Computing Weekly in March 1985.
927DISC052TheFiveTechsoftDisc052-Five.ssdWMazeArcade Adventure1987Bob Ord11NY
928DISC052Honeybug (AKA Honey Bug)SilverlindDisc052-Honeybug.ssdRMaze1983A. Gray11NY
929DISC052OglesGame Machine Ltd.Disc052-Ogles.ssdRMaze1983Andrew Richard Webb11NY
930DISC052OssiePeaksoftDisc052-Ossie.ssdRCollect 'Em Up1984B. Parkin, V. Parkin11NY
931DISC052Pacman (AKA Pac-Man) (AKA Maze Muncher)Self-publishedDisc052-Pacman.ssdWMazeArcade, Pac-Man1982David Griffin11NY0
932DISC052PentominoesBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc052-PentominoesBeebug.ssdMPuzzle1990Anthony A. Birch11NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 9 issue 6 in November 1990.
933DISC052Pro GolfAtlantisDisc052-ProGolfSide1or2.ssdRSport (Golf)198814NY
934DISC052Sim CitySuperior SoftwareDisc052-SimCitySTD.ssdRSimulation (City)1990Peter ScottSTD11NY
935DISC052Super FruitDk'Tronics (D.K. Tronics)Disc052-SuperFruitDktronics.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1983David J. Hoskins11NY0
936DISC052Tanks!SalamanderDisc052-TanksSalamander2P.ssdRShooter (Gallery)2 Player, Angle, Strategy198322NY
937DISC0531984IncentiveDisc053-1984.ssdRSimulation (Politics)1985S.J. Crocker, R.M.H. Carter11NY
938DISC053747 Flight SimulatorDoctor SoftDisc053-747FlightSimulatorSide1or2.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1983O11NY
939DISC053AirbrushSoft HitsDisc053-Airbrush.ssdRMazeSnake, Tron1983Shingo Sugiura11NY
940DISC053Brain TeasersDynabyteDisc053-BrainTeasers.ssdRPuzzleTest1983J.M. Taylor11NY
941DISC053BullseyeMacsenDisc053-BullseyeEdit2P.ssdRQuizTV Show198422Tape EditNY
942DISC053Cyborg WarriorsSuperior SoftwareDisc053-CyborgWarriorsPIAS15.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1991Tony OakdenOPlay It Again Sam 1512NY
943DISC053Fawkes' RunElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc053-FawkesRunE.ssdMMaze1987Anthony Houghton11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 2 in November 1987.
944DISC053Froot RaidAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc053-FrootRaidE.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1987King RatPower Pack vol. 211YesNY0
945DISC053Galactic AttackCascadeDisc053-GalacticAttack.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984OCascade Cassette 5011NY0
946DISC053GrebitAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc053-GrebitE.ssdMPlatformerFrogger1986S. MerriganTriple Decker 08, Ten Of The Best vol. 3Triple Decker 0811YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.3 issue 5 in February 1986. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 08 compilation.</p>
947DISC053MonopolyLeisure GeniusDisc053-Monopoly2P.ssdRBoard Game (Monopoly)Monopoly1985Brian Pearson26NY
948DISC053Moon PatrolBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc053-MoonPatrolBeebug.ssdMSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Moon Buggy1990Owen R. Thomas11VB1.0NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 8 issue 10 in April 1990.
949DISC053RicochetSuperior SoftwareDisc053-RicochetDP.ssdRArcade Adventure1989Neil Davidson, David WilliamsPlay It Again Sam 1511Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
950DISC053Robin And MarianMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc053-RobinAndMarian.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1983Mark SmiddyAction Replay11NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.1 issue 7 in September 1983</p>
951DISC053Shuttle PilotHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc053-ShuttlePilot.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984Shingo Sugiura11V2NYPublished in issue 55 of Home Computing Weekly in March 1984.
952DISC053SnakeKansas City SystemsDisc053-SnakeKansasE.ssdRMazeSnake1983Wynand ThompsonO11YesV2.7NY
953DISC053Space DebrisHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc053-SpaceDebris.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Kevin Boyd11NYPublished in issue 46 of Home Computing Weekly in January 1984.
954DISC053Tubes!8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc053-Tubes.ssdPCatch 'emTapper sort of1984Simon Ward11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
955DISC054ChessComputer ConceptsDisc054-ChessSTD.ssdRBoard Game (Chess)Chess1982D. ThompsonSTD11NY
956DISC054Crystal SeaMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc054-CrystalSea.ssdMMazeCrystal Castles1989Rob Walmsley11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.7 issue 7 in September 1989
957DISC054DraculaBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc054-Dracula.ssdMPlatformer1987Jonathan Temple11VB2.2NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 6 issue 6 in November 1987.
958DISC054DraughtsAcornsoftDisc054-DraughtsAcornsoft.ssdRBoard GameDraughts1983Nick ReevesODraughts And Reversi11V1YY
959DISC054Flappa CatchaPersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc054-FlappaCatcha.ssdBCatch 'em1984Alan RowleyPCW Games Collection (BOOK)11NY0<p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>You are Sam. Together with your girlfriend, Ethel, you have been trying to steal the ill-qotten gold of an evil old witch, mad Mabel. You've both been nabbed by Mabel and Ethel is held in a cage ready for supper - Mabel's!</p> <p>To provide sport to help her appetite, Mabel has trapped you between two walls and is launching exploding demon-birds at you. You do, however, have a hat with magical properties which will neutralize the birds if you can catch them in it before they land.</p> <p>For every six birds caught Mabel will give you a bag of gold. You need three bags to win the game and save Ethel.</p> <p>Every time you miss a bird, Mabel's pet zombie will gradually tunnel under a wall and eventually get you! If you are hit by a bird you will be instantly vaporized. You have only three lives! Be careful, because if Mabel thinks you're doing too well you'll have to dodge a few lightning bolts as well!</p> <p>Your controls for moving about to catch the birds are:</p> <p style="padding-left: 30px;">Z = Left<br />X = Riqht</p> </blockquote>
960DISC054GatewaySelf-publishedDisc054-Gateway.ssdWMaze1983M. Rutgers11NY
961DISC054Gold BankFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc054-GoldBank.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Bank Panic198911NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 1 issue 2 in 1989.</p>
962DISC054HyperballSuperior SoftwareDisc054-HyperballPIAS13.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong1990Steve ParkinsonPlay It Again Sam 1311Disc VersionNY0
963DISC054LoopzAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc054-Loopz.ssdRPuzzle1991Kevin Blake, Ian Upton11V1.0NY
964DISC054Lunar LanderA&F SoftwareDisc054-LunarLander.ssdRArcadeLunar Lander1982R.G. Stamp11NY0
965DISC054Maniac MowerKansas City SystemsDisc054-ManiacMowerE.ssdRMazeTron, Light Cycles1983J. Morle11YesNY
966DISC054Money MazeAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc054-MoneyMazeTD10.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1984Roland WaddiloveTriple Decker 10, Ten Of The Best vol. 1Triple Decker 1011NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.1 issue 9 in June 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 10 compilation.</p>
967DISC054Pooperpig (AKA Pooper Pig)Self-publishedDisc054-Pooperpig.ssdWPlatformer1985Marc Young11NY
968DISC054ReversiAcornsoftDisc054-ReversiAcornsoft.ssdRBoard Game (Reversi)Reversi, Draughts1983Nick ReevesODraughts And Reversi11V1YY
969DISC054Snake MazeComputer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc054-SnakeMaze.ssdMMazeSnake1985Carlos Rondao11NYPublished in issue 3 of Computer Gamer magazine in June 1985.
970DISC054Time BombA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc054-TimeBomb.ssdMPlatformer1986Jason Holliday11NYPublished in the April 1986 issue of A&B Computing.
971DISC054WigglerA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc054-Wiggler.ssdMMazeSnake1984Shingo Sugiura11NYPublished in the October 1984 issue of A&B Computing.
972DISC054Winter OlympicsTynesoftDisc054-WinterOlympics.ssdRSports (Multi Event)Button basher1986Art Crew11Disc VersionNY
973DISC055Haunted House (AKA Halloween) (AKA 3D Terror Chase) (AKA Ghost House)Popular Computing Weekly (Sunshine Publications Ltd.), Virgin BooksDisc055-HauntedHouse.ssdMMaze1982Jeremy RustonGames For Your BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>Published in Popular Computing Weekly, Vol. 1, No. 28 (28th October 1982).</p> <p>An almost identical listing was published in the book "Games For Your BBC Micro" by Virgin Books in 1983 under the title "3D Terror Chase".</p>
974DISC055Air RaidAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc055-AirRaid.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984J.K. Thorpe11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine November 1984. Issue 7.
975DISC055Barbarian II: Dungeon Of DraxSuperior SoftwareDisc055-BarbarianIITheDungeonOfDrax.ssdRBeat 'Em Up1989Peter ScottPlay It Again Sam 13Barbarian 211NY0
97625DISC999Egg – The Upgrade (AKA Chukee Egg 5) (AKA Chuckie Egg 5) [hack]CrystalsoftDisc999-EggTheUpgrade.ssdLPlatformer1985Doug Anderson, Nick Johnson, Martyn Lovell14Unofficial releaseNY0<p>Extra levels and cheats for the classic <a href="game.php?id=25">Chuckie Egg</a>.&nbsp;</p> <p>This upgrade was <a href="http://web.archive.org/web/20150821135725/http://www.bagshot-row.org/chuckie-egg/hacksandupgrades.html">sold commerically</a> by Crystalsoft.</p>
977DISC055CluedoLeisure GeniusDisc055-Cluedo.ssdRBoard Game (Cluedo)Cluedo1986Brian Pearson06NY
978DISC055CountdownMacsenDisc055-Countdown.ssdRQuizTV Show1987Armand Jammot12NY0
979DISC055DestronHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc055-Destron.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1985Shingo Sugiura11NYPublished in issue 96 of Home Computing Weekly in January 1985.
980DISC055Doctor Who: The First AdventureBBC SoftDisc055-DoctorWhoTheFirstAdventure.ssdRAdventureGraphic Adventure198411NY
981DISC055Fred DripMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc055-FredDrip.ssdMPlatformer1989Matthew Eastmond11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.7 issue 5 in July 1989
982DISC055Grand PrixBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc055-GrandPrixBeebug2P.ssdMDriving (Top Down)Sprint1984Jeremy Graves22VB0.5NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 2 in June 1984.
983DISC055Laser RangeModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc055-LaserRange.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984Gary PilbrowOModel B Computing Cassette 0611NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 6 in August/September 1984.</p>
984DISC055TheMinerComputer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc055-Miner.ssdMMaze1985James McPherson11NYPublished in issue 3 of Computer Gamer magazine in June 1985.
985DISC055Missile JammerAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc055-MissileJammer.ssdMCatch 'em1986P. TaylorTriple Decker 09Triple Decker 0911NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.3 issue 8 in May 1986. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 09 compilation.</p>
986DISC055OmniopolyPersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd., Electron User GroupDisc055-OmniopolyAKAMonopoly2P.ssdMBoard Game (Monopoly)Monopoly1984Richard SmithPCW Games Collection (BOOK)22V1.40NY0<p>Published in the January and March 1984 issues of Personal Computer World magazine (PCW).</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 54 in October 2000.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>Omniopoly bears more than a passing resemblance to a well-known board game... become a property millionaire! The computer plays the Bank and displays a very realistic board, while two human opponents compete against each other. The only change to the standard rules is the Auction Rule. In the board game a property is auctioned if not purchased by the first player to land on it, but this does not apply with the computer version. All other features of the board game are supported, and presentation of this excellent game rivals that of commercial versions. See you in Mayfair!</p> </blockquote>
987DISC055Paint Roller!Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc055-PaintRollerE.ssdMMaze1985Carl DunkleyTen Of The Best vol. 311YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 3, issue 2 in November 1985.</p>
988DISC055Robin Of SherwoodReflections SoftwareDisc055-RobinOfSherwood.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Boot Hill198511NY
989DISC055ScrugeA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc055-Scruge.ssdMMaze1985Margaret Stanger11NYPublished in the December 1985 issue of A&B Computing.
990DISC055Smash The WindowsCascadeDisc055-SmashTheWindows.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1984Cascade Cassette 5011NY0
991DISC056Battle Of BritainBetasoftDisc056-BattleOfBritainD.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1985Philip Coulson11Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
992DISC056Battlezone 2000Lothlorien, Paxman PromotionsDisc056-Battlezone2000.ssdRStrategy1983M.C. LothlorienWar Games Pack11NY0
993DISC056Commonwealth Games '86TynesoftDisc056-CommonwealthGames86.ssdRSports (Multi Event)1986David Croft11NY
994DISC056Dickie BrickieMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc056-DickieBrickie.ssdMMaze1990Mike Goldberg11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.8 issue 1 in March 1990
995DISC056DifendorHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc056-Difendor.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Defender1985Stephen Gray11NYPublished in issue 131 of Home Computing Weekly in September 1985.
996DISC056Hunchback RescueComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc056-HunchbackRescue.ssdMPlatformerHunchback1985Mark Turner11NY0<p>Published In the February 1985 issue of Computer &amp; Video Games. Issue 40, in the "Book Of Games" supplement.</p>
997DISC056Light CyclePractical Computing (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc056-LightCycle.ssdMMazeTron, Light Cycles1983Adrian Roe, S. Westerman12V0.5NY0<p>Published in the May 1983 issue of Practical Computing magazine (volume 6, issue 5).</p>
998DISC056Lunar LanderMRM SoftwareDisc056-LunarLanderMRM.ssdWArcadeLunar Lander198311NY0
999DISC056Martian AttackPersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc056-MartianAttackPCW.ssdBSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Adam Ruddle, James Byrne, Nikola StojanovicPCW Games Collection (BOOK)11NY0<p>Originally authored by Nikola Stojanovic and converted to the BBC Micro by Adam Ruddle and James Byrne.</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>Martian Attack is an arcade style game for a 32K BBC Micro, once again the earth is under attack from strange Martian creatures!</p> <p>Your task is to defeat the irksome invaders and save the earth. To aid your mission you have a helicopter and a plane under control. The plane is used to shoot down the alien spacecraft while the helicopter attempts to reach the landing pad at the top of the screen. When you reach the platform you pass on to the next level of the game.</p> <p>As the helicopter nears the platform the aliens change from modules into heads, and the number of points scored for zapping them increases. At each successive level, the number of aliens increases, making it more and more difficult to complete the level.</p> <p>A point to note when typing in this program is that a lot of the variables are in lower case letters and should be typed in as such. Be careful not to confuse them with capitals or the program may not work properly.</p> </blockquote>
1000DISC056PlayboxComsoftDisc056-PlayboxE.ssdRQuizMulti Game, Hangman, Memory Game, Bricksmash198412YesNY
1001DISC056PlunderCCSDisc056-Plunder.ssdRStrategy1984D.G. Evans11NY
1002DISC056QuadBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc056-Quad.ssdMPuzzleTetris1990David Pooley11VB1.0NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 9 issue 1 in May 1990. <br>Also published in Beebug Magazine volume 9 issue 4 in August 1990.
1003DISC056Rockfall (AKA Rock Fall)Alternative, Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications), Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc056-RockFallSTD.ssdRMazeBoulder Dash1986Roland WaddiloveSTDTriple Decker 10, Ten Of The Best vol. 3Triple Decker 1011NY0<p>Given away as a free extra game for people who purchased the Micro User Magazine tape vol.4 issue 7 in September 1986 <br />Also given away on the Electron User Magazine tape vol.3 issue 12 in September 1986. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 10 compilation.</p>
1004DISC056Slippery SamElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc056-SlipperySamE.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1989Anthony Houghton11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 6, issue 5 in February 1989.
1005DISC056Space Panic (AKA Star Panic)Games Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc056-SpacePanic.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1985Carlos Rondao11NY0<p>Published in Games Computing magazine, issue 13, January 1985.</p>
1006DISC056Spiderman (AKA Spider Man)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc056-Spiderman.ssdMMaze1983Richard Jones11NY0Published in the July/August 1983 issue of A&B Computing.
1007DISC056TankerCascadeDisc056-Tanker.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984D.C. RigbyCascade Cassette 5011NY0
1008DISC056WordsearchCDS Software Ltd.Disc056-Wordsearch.ssdRPuzzleWord Search1988Mike WilliamsComplete Home Entertainment Centre14NY
1009DISC057BackgammonCDS Software Ltd.Disc057-BackgammonCDS.ssdRBoard Game (Backgammon)Backgammon1988Complete Home Entertainment Centre11NY
1010DISC057Blockade!Disk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc057-Blockade.ssdMMaze1987Carl Dunkley11NYPublished on the December 1987/January 1988 issue of Disk User. Issue 4.
1011DISC057Chicken FeedHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc057-ChickenFeed.ssdMCollect 'Em Up1985Stephen Gray11NYPublished in issue 130 of Home Computing Weekly in September 1985.
1012DISC057City SmasherPersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Personal Computer Games (PCG) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc057-CitySmasher.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984N. BellPCW Games Collection (BOOK)11NY0<p>Published in Issue 7 of Personal Computer Games, June 1984.</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>This is a shoot and bomb game where you are flying an aircraft over an enemy city. The plan is to hit the skyscrapers with your bombs, but these are tall tower blocks so you are also in danger of bashing into them as your plane slowly loses height during the game.</p> <p>You can move the plane down to get closer for better bombing aim and you have a laser gun mounted at the front of the plane for forward firing, in case you get too low and have to blast the top off a building to avoid it. Unfortunately this will only fire four times before it runs out of laser power. Your controls<br />are:</p> <p style="padding-left: 30px;">SPACE = Drop bombs<br />Z = Move down<br />A = Fire laser</p> </blockquote>
1013DISC057Contract BridgeAlligataDisc057-ContractBridge.ssdRCard Game (Bridge)Bridge1983Chris Burkinshaw11NY
1014DISC057DartsStatasoftDisc057-Darts.ssdRSport (Darts)1984O11NY
1015DISC057Falcon Pilot F-111B (AKA Falcon Pilot)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc057-F111B.ssdMShooter (Scrolling)Vertical1985Brian CassidyO11NY0Published in the December 1985 issue of A&B Computing.
1016DISC057InfinityWhite PantherDisc057-InfinityD.ssdRPlatformer1988William Scales, John Thornewill11Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p> <p>If you are using an emulator, the game has problems under BEm 2.2</p>
1017DISC057Island AdventureGlengaryDisc057-IslandAdventure.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1983Mike Woodham11NY
1018DISC057Lander (AKA Lunar Lander)Alternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc057-Lander.ssdMArcadeLunar Lander1984Triple Decker 03, Ten Of The Best vol. 1Triple Decker 0311NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.1 issue 5 in February 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 03 compilation.</p>
1019DISC057Monkey Maze (AKA Jungle Maze)Acorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc057-MonkeyMaze.ssdMMaze198311NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine December 1983/January 1984. Issue 1.
1020DISC057Munchman (AKA Munchy Man)Kansas City SystemsDisc057-MunchmanE.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1983Wynand Thompson11YesNY0
1021DISC057Pipe LoonacyMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications), Electron User GroupDisc057-PipeLoonacy.ssdMPuzzlePipe Mania1990Mike Goldberg11NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.8 issue 10 in December 1990.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 66 some time after 2002.</p>
1022DISC057QuasimodoBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc057-QuasimodoBeebug.ssdMPlatformerHunchback1985Jonathan Temple11VB1.4NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 4 issue 6 in November 1985. <br>The game was listed again in volume 12 issue 5 in October 1993.
1023DISC057Randall RabbitElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc057-RandallRabbitE.ssdMPlatformer1988Anthony Houghton11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 10 in July 1988.
1024DISC057Robo BrainM.G.B Software Support (MGB Software)Disc057-RoboBrain.ssdRMazePainter198511NY
1025DISC057Shuttle SimulatorMicrodealDisc057-ShuttleSimulator.ssdRSimulation (Space Flight)1983O11NY
1026DISC057Winter Olympiad '88Tynesoft, Superior SoftwareDisc057-WinterOlympiad88.ssdRSports (Multi Event)Button basher1988David CroftPlay It Again Sam 0814NY0
1027DISC058Astrorun (AKA Astro Run)Personal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications)Disc058-Astrorun.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Vertical1984Ivan Bach11NY0Published in the September 1984 issue of Personal Computer World magazine (PCW).
1028DISC058Beverly Hills CopTynesoftDisc058-BeverlyHillsCop.ssdRDriving (Multigame)1990R. Seevas, R. Sonne, David Croft, Gary Partis (Tequila)11NY0
1029DISC058Bunny BlitzAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc058-BunnyBlitz.ssdMMazeSnake minus the growth1984Mark SmiddyTriple Decker 10, Ten Of The Best vol. 2Triple Decker 1011NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.1 issue 7 in April 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 10 compilation.</p>
1030DISC058DallasCCSDisc058-Dallas.ssdRSimulation (Business)1983Julian Jiggins11NY
1031DISC058Dauntless DaveHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc058-DauntlessDave.ssdMMaze1985Jon Revis11NYPublished in issue 100 of Home Computing Weekly in February 1985.
1032DISC058DiggerBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc058-DiggerBeebug.ssdMPlatformerMonsters1984Andy Logan11VB0.1NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 8 in January 1985. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 10 in October 1984.
1033DISC058Duck! (AKA Duck's Dinner)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc058-Duck.ssdMMaze1987Billy Newell11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.5 issue 3 in May 1987
1034DISC058EggsComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc058-Eggs.ssdMCatch 'em1986Paul Dyer11NYPublished In the February 1986 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 52, in the "Book Of Games" supplement.
1035DISC058Grid WarriorElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc058-GridWarriorE.ssdMMazeTron, Light Cycles1987Keith Trangmar11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 4, issue 4 in January 1987.
1036DISC058Hi-Q QuizBlue RibbonDisc058-HiQQuiz2P.ssdRQuiz1989Mike Williams24NY
1037DISC058HostagesSuperior SoftwareDisc058-HostagesP.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)1990Peter ScottOPlay It Again Sam 1611NY0<p>A demo version of this game was given away on the Fast Access disc magazine volume 1 issue 6 in 1990 to coincide with the commercial release of the game.</p>
1038DISC058PentominoesStatasoftDisc058-Pentominoes.ssdRPuzzleTetris198412NY
1039DISC058Row Of FourSoftware For AllDisc058-RowOfFour.ssdRClassic GamesConnect 4198211NY
1040DISC058Sidney SquirrelAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc058-SidneySquirrel.ssdMMazeSnake198411NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine October 1984. Issue 6.
1041DISC058Snackman (AKA Snack Man)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc058-Snackman.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1984Margaret Stanger11NY0<p>Published in the July/August 1984 issue of A&amp;B Computing.</p>
1042DISC058SnakesSelf-publishedDisc058-Snakes.ssdWMazeSnake1982David Griffin11NY
1043DISC058Treasure RallyModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc058-TreasureRally.ssdMDrivingReflex, Avoid 'em1984Richard A.C. JonesOModel B Computing Cassette 0411NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 4 in April/May 1984.</p>
1044DISC058Zombie IslandSoftware For AllDisc058-ZombieIsland.ssdRMaze1982P.J. BrittainO11NY
1045DISC059Air Attack (AKA Argon Attack)Acorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc059-AirAttack.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Owain Griffiths11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine December 1984. Issue 8.
1046DISC059ApolloSoftware InvasionDisc059-Apollo.ssdRArcadeLunar Lander1983Simon VoutO11NY0
1047DISC059Bombed: The Gate Part 2 (Part II)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc059-BombedTheGateII.ssdMMaze1991David Hopkins11V1.0NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.8 issue 12 in February 1991.
1048DISC059Breakfree (AKA Break Free)Electron User, The (Database Publications), AlternativeDisc059-Breakfree.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong1984Jonathan ChurchTriple Decker 09, Ten Of The Best vol. 2Triple Decker 0911NY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine vol.2 issue 1 in October 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 09 compilation.</p>
1049DISC059CavemanKansas City SystemsDisc059-CavemanE.ssdRPlatformer1984Peter Foy11YesNY
1050DISC059TheCurse Of The Middle KingdomPro SoftwareDisc059-CurseOfTheMiddleKingdomSTT.ssdRRPG1982STT11NY
1051DISC059DefuseComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc059-Defuse.ssdMMazeTron, Light Cycles1985David Dobby11NYPublished In the September 1985 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 47.
1052DISC059Ebony CastleBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc059-EbonyCastle.ssdMPlatform Puzzler1986Jonathan Temple11VB0.1NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 5 issue 1 in May 1986.
1053DISC059Four In A LinePersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc059-FourInALine2P.ssdBTraditional GamesConnect 41984James ByrnePCW Games Collection (BOOK)22NY0<p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>This is a game for two players where the aim is to drop counters into a grid. The winner is the first one to get... you guessed it, four in a row.</p> <p>So, this is a game of strategy and forethought, where you have to attempt to block your opponent's moves as well as plan ahead for your own.</p> <p>In order to drop a counter you simply type the number of the column in which you wish it to go.</p> <p>Although very simple, the graphics are extremely effective and give an impression of smooth movement as the counters fall into the grid.</p> </blockquote>
1054DISC059Grand Prix (AKA Drag Racer)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc059-GrandprixAB2P.ssdMDriving (Top Down)Sprint1986M.C. Ironmonger22V4NY0Published in the September 1986 issue of A&B Computing.
1055DISC059Indoor SportsTynesoftDisc059-IndoorSportsD.ssdRSports (Multi Event)1988Art Crew12Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1056DISC059TheLast NinjaSuperior SoftwareDisc059-LastNinja.ssdRBeat 'Em Up1988Peter ScottPlay It Again Sam 12Last Ninja 111NY0
1057DISC059OctaviaElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc059-OctaviaE.ssdMMazeCrystal Castles1989Ian Webster11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 7, issue 2 in November 1989.
1058DISC059OmniscientElectron User Group, Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc059-Omniscient.ssdPArcade Adventure1991Peter Brown11NY0<p>Later given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 5 in July 1994.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 68 some time after 2002.</p>
1059DISC059ParasLothlorien, Paxman PromotionsDisc059-Paras.ssdRStrategy1983M.C. LothlorienWar Games Pack11NY0
1060DISC059Plasma Bolt (AKA Death Stars)CascadeDisc059-PlasmaBolt.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984M.C. IronmongerCascade Cassette 5011NY0
1061DISC059Spooks 'n' SpiritsBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc059-SpooksnSpirits.ssdMPlatformer (Scrolling)Ghosts 'n' Goblins1987Matthew Eastmond11VB1.0NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 6 issue 5 in October 1987.
1062DISC059VillainsMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc059-Villains.ssdMShooter (Gallery)198411NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 7 in September 1984
1063DISC060Baby Monty (Monty Mole's Little Brother)Personal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc060-BabyMonty.ssdBPlatformer1984James Byrne, Anthony CrowtherPCW Games Collection (BOOK)11NY0<p>Originally authored by Anthony Crowther for the Commodore 64, and adapted for the BBC Micro by James Byrne.</p> <p>The original Commodore 64 listing was published in Personal Computer Games magazine, issue 9 in August 1984.</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>Monty the mole's baby brother is trapped in a series of deep, dark underground caverns which are slowly filling with water. Luckily he has found an old boat and is rowing like mad - he has to, to avoid the barrels which are mysteriously tumbling down on top of him.</p> <p>The walls are also a source of danger, as they will sink the boat if it bumps into them. He will also be crushed to death if trapped try the rising tide against the ceiling of the caves. However, you can help the miserable mole by steering the boat safely through the maze of caves. Strangely enough you can also use the flood to float the boat to the surface at the top of the screen faster. Your controls for this subterranean mission are:</p> <p style="padding-left: 30px;">Z = Left<br />X = Right<br />SHIFT = Raise water level</p> <p>Can you save the mole from a watery grave and get him back to his mummy?</p> </blockquote>
1064DISC060Balls!Yes MarketingDisc060-Balls.ssdRBall GameTrailblazer1988Simon Kilvington, Matthew Spencer12NY0<p>A rare game that was only available via mail order.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
1065DISC060Beeb ChessBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc060-BeebChessSTT.ssdRBoard Game (Chess)Chess1982STT11NY
1066DISC060CaterpillarComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc060-CaterpillarCVG.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)1983Paul Newell11NY0<p>Published In the September 1983 issue of Computer &amp; Video Games. Issue 23.</p>
1067DISC060DungeonFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc060-Dungeon.ssdMMaze1990Douglas Frior11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 2 issue 5 in 1990.</p>
1068DISC060DunjunzBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc060-DunjunzRx2.ssdRRPGGauntlet1986Julian Avis142 x Banks SWR RequiredNY0<p>For instructions and more information see&nbsp;<a href="http://8bs.com/elecgame/dunjunz.htm">http://8bs.com/elecgame/dunjunz.htm</a></p> <p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC micro, it requires two banks of <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sideways_address_space">Sideways RAM</a>, which must be banks 4 and 5.</p> <p>To run Dunjunz with a <a href="http://www.retroclinic.com/acorn/datacentre/datacentre.htm">DataCentre</a>, see <a href="http://www.stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=1&amp;t=13214#p172123">the Dunjunz compatibility matrix</a>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
1069DISC060Haunted HouseA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc060-HauntedHouseAB.ssdMMaze1984Jane Evans, Jonathan Evans11NYPublished in the October 1984 issue of A&B Computing.
1070DISC060Knight QuestBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc060-KnightQuest.ssdMArcade Adventure1988Matthew Eastmond11VB1.02NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 6 issue 10 in April 1988.
1071DISC060Mazemunch (AKA Maze Munch)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc060-Mazemunch.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1984Simon Phipps11NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 1 in March 1984</p>
1072DISC060MillionaireIncentiveDisc060-Millionaire.ssdRSimulation (Business)1984Steve Benfield, John Hunt5 Computer Hits (Beau Jolly)11NY0
1073DISC060MinefieldBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc060-MinefieldBeebug.ssdMMazeBomber Man1990Thomas Williamson11VB1.0NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 8 issue 8 in January 1990.</p>
1074DISC060Pear PickerMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc060-PearPicker.ssdMCollect 'Em UpMaze1986F.J.E. McPherson (James McPherson)11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.4 issue 7 in September 1986
1075DISC060PiratesScreenplayDisc060-PiratesSTD.ssdRWord Games (Hangman)Hangman1983John J. CassarSTD11NY
1076DISC060PokerDuckworthDisc060-Poker.ssdRCard Game (Poker)Gambling, Poker1986Tom Pinone11NY0
1077DISC060Quadline (AKA Quad Line)Acorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc060-Quadline.ssdMClassic GamesConnect 41985David ActonAcorn User Games Compendium, Acorn User Games Disc12NY0<p>Published in the January 1985 issue of Acorn User. <br />Published on the Acorn User games compendium tape in October 1986. <br />The compendium comprises <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=463">Spectramania</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1077">Quadline</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1274">Picture Slide</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1486">Maze</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1693">Acorn User Office Adventure</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=753">Shuggy's Garden</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=391">Run Silent Run Deep</a>, and <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1136">Adventure</a>.</p> <p>Published on the Acorn User subscriber's disc in August 1991. This version had an updated menu system and this is the version available to play and download.</p>
1078DISC060ScanPaeanDisc060-Scan.ssdRCard Games1983Colin Llewellyn11NY
1079DISC060Timebomb (AKA Time Bomb)Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc060-TimebombE.ssdMMazeBomber Man1989Anthony Houghton11YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 6, issue 10 in July 1989.</p>
1080DISC060VertigoSuperior SoftwareDisc060-VertigoPIAS16P.ssdRBall GameBall Control (Gravity)1991Ian GrimsteadOPlay It Again Sam 1611NYThis game gives you a password on completing a level. This can be used to skip to the next level the next time the game is played. These may be listed as an easter egg somewhere in the instructions screens. Try pressing P.
1081DISC061Bar MazeAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc061-BarMaze.ssdMMaze198311NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine December 1983/January 1984. Issue 1.
1082DISC061ChessterElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc061-ChessterE.ssdMMaze1990Lyn Davis11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 7, issue 10 in July 1990.
1083DISC061Chimney DropPersonal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications), Electron User GroupDisc061-ChimneyDrop.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984Kenn Garroch11NY0<p>Published in Personal Computer News issue 42 in December 1984. <br />Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 73 around 2010.</p>
1084DISC061Cute To Kill (Beyond Infinity: Chapter 2)Power House, The, MandarinDisc061-CuteToKillBeyondInfinity2.ssdRPlatform Shooter1987Jason ChownBeyond Infinity: Chapter 211NY0
1085DISC061DrainstormBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc061-Drainstorm.ssdMPlatformer1989John McFarlane11NYPublished on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 8 issue 7 in December 1989.
1086DISC061DraughtsSuperior SoftwareDisc061-DraughtsSuperior.ssdRBoard Game (Draughts)Draughts1983B.J. Bailey11V1.9NY
1087DISC061FlagsIJK SoftwareDisc061-Flags.ssdRQuiz (Flags)1982N.J. Sinclair, I. SinclairIJK Software Cassette 1211NY
1088DISC061GoAcornsoftDisc061-Go.ssdRBoard Game (Go)Go1984Charles Matthews, Bruno PryzbylaO11V1NY
1089DISC061HelicopterHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc061-Helicopter.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1985Alan Brack11NYPublished in issue 121 of Home Computing Weekly in July 1985.
1090DISC061Icarus (Beyond Infinity: Chapter 1) (AKA Mission Icarus)Power House, The, MandarinDisc061-IcarusD.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1988Julian AvisBeyond Infinity: Chapter 112Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1091DISC061LandfallVirgin GamesDisc061-Landfall.ssdRArcadeLunar Lander1983Gregory Trezise11NY0
1092DISC061LudoStatasoftDisc061-Ludo2P.ssdRBoard Game (Ludo)Ludo198424NY
1093DISC061Maze EaterCascadeDisc061-MazeEater.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1984Cascade Cassette 5011NY0
1094DISC061Q*Bill (AKA Q*Bert)Computer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc061-QBill.ssdMPlatformerQ*Bert1983Andrew Brown11NY0<p>Published In the December 1983 issue of Computer &amp; Video Games. Issue 26.</p>
1095DISC061Space EscapeMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc061-SpaceEscape.ssdMMaze1988Ali Harwood11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.6 issue 9 in November 1988
1096DISC061Tank BattleA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc061-TankBattle2P.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Combat1984James McPherson, Gareth Jones22NYPublished in the October 1984 issue of A&B Computing.
1097DISC061Ten Pin BowlingBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc061-TenpinBowling2P.ssdMSport (Bowling)1986Alex Kang22VB1.0NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 5 issue 3 in July 1986.
1098DISC061Tipaka (AKA In The Castle Of Tipaka)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc061-Tipaka.ssdMMaze1986Gordon J. Key11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 12 in February 1986
1099DISC062Arena:6502Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Europress Publications)Disc062-Arena6502.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Robotron1992Rob Walmsley11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.9 issue 11 in January 1992.
1100DISC062AstefixFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc062-Astefix.ssdMPuzzle1989Des Catlin11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 1 issue 1 in 1989.</p>
1101DISC062BlackjackIJK SoftwareDisc062-BlackjackIJK.ssdRCard Game (Blackjack)Gambling, Blackjack, Pontoon198211NY0
1102DISC062BlockbustersMacsenDisc062-BlockbustersEdit2PD.ssdRQuizTV Show198422Tape EditNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1103DISC062BomberComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc062-BomberCVG.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Bomber1983Janek Sirrs11YYPublished In the February 1983 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 16, in the "Book of Games" supplement.
1104DISC062Brickie Nickie (AKA Brickie)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc062-BrickieNickie.ssdMPlatformer1985Benedict Freeman11VB0.3NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 10 in January 1985. <br>Changes to make this game run better on the Electron were published in Elbug Magazine volume 2 issue 5 in April 1985.
1105DISC062Diamond QuestMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc062-DiamondQuest.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1987James Bee11NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.5 issue 5 in July 1987</p> <p>James Bee had written a <a href="http://www.bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=706">similar game</a> in 1985 that had a commercial release.</p>
1106DISC062Formula 1 (AKA Formula One) (AKA Grand Prix Racer)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc062-Formula1.ssdMDriving1985Peter Mujtaba11NY0<p>Published in the February 1985 issue of A&amp;B Computing.</p>
1107DISC062Harvey HeadbangerFirebird SoftwareDisc062-HarveyHeadbanger2P.ssdUMaze1985Richard HughesO22NY
1108DISC062InvertHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc062-Invert.ssdMPuzzle1984John Waterhouse11YYPublished in issue 43 of Home Computing Weekly in January 1984.
1109DISC062TheLast Ninja 2Superior SoftwareDisc062-LastNinja2.ssdRBeat 'Em Up1989Peter ScottPlay It Again Sam 15Last Ninja 211NY0<p>A demo of the first 10 screens of the game was published on the Fast Access Disc volume 1 issue 3 in 1989 to coincide with the commercial release of the game.</p>
1110DISC062Munchman (AKA Munchy Man)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc062-MunchmanBeebug.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1983Andrew Hynes11V1AbNY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 5 in October 1983. <br />Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 1 in November 1983.</p>
1111DISC062Poker DiceStatasoftDisc062-PokerDiceStatasoft2P.ssdRTraditional GamesGambling, Poker with Dice198424NY0
1112DISC062Race ChasePersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd., Electron User GroupDisc062-RaceChasePCW.ssdBDriving (Maze)Head On1983D. Denholm, Paul BorrettBest Of PCW Software For The BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>Originally authored by D. Denholm, and converted for the BBC Micro by Paul Borrett.</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=best+of+PCW+software&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Best of PCW software for the BBC Micro</a> compilation from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 51 in June 2000.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>Best of PCW Software For The BBC Micro</em> cassette contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>This challenging game is based on a car race. You pilot a car round a five-lane track, trying to hit as many dots as possible. However, to hinder you a mad driver is travelling in the opposite direction trying to crash his car into yours!</p> <p>Try and cover as many dots as you can before he hits you. Controls are by two keys: Z to move in a lane, and M to move out a lane, and you are in the car travelling anti-clockwise.</p> <p>If you manage to eradicate all the dots successfully a new track will appear.</p> </blockquote>
1113DISC062Roman EmpireLothlorien, Paxman PromotionsDisc062-RomanEmpire.ssdRStrategy1982M.C. LothlorienWar Games Pack11NY0
1114DISC062TapewormElectron User Group, BBC PDDisc062-TapewormSTDE.ssdPMazeTron, Light Cycles1989Graham LaundonSTD11YesNY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 06.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 61 in November 2001.</p>
1115DISC062TetronElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc062-TetronE.ssdMPuzzleTetris1990Anthony Houghton11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 7, issue 7 in April 1990.
1116DISC062XanagramsPosternDisc062-Xanagrams.ssdRWord GamesCrossword1983Dean Software11V1.0NY
1117DISC063Balloon Fun (AKA Balloon)Personal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Electron User Group, Century Communications Ltd.Disc063-BalloonFun.ssdMMazeBalloon1983Adrian Roe, K. Roberts, M. StevinsonBest Of PCW Software For The BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>Published in the June 1983 issue of Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>Originally authored by A. Roe, assisted by K. Roberts and M. Stevinson - Balloon Addict.</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=best+of+PCW+software&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Best of PCW software for the BBC Micro</a> compilation from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 47 in January 2000.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>Best of PCW Software For The BBC Micro</em> cassette contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>In this exciting game you must steer a balloon through a rocky ravine to safety. You control your balloon with the keys shown in the introduction sequence and you must avoid having the rocks burst your balloon. Easy, except that your balloon says from side to side in the wind and can easily swing back at just the wrong moment. It takes a lot of patience and skill to win at this game! Bon voyage, and I hope it doesn't take you eighty days to get through this one.</p> </blockquote>
1118DISC063Beeb Beep (AKA Beeb-Beep) (AKA Beep-Beeb)IJK SoftwareDisc063-BeebBeep.ssdRMemory GameSimon, Traditional1982IJK Software Cassette 0411NY
1119DISC063BlockbusterMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc063-Blockbuster.ssdMMazePengo1984Mark Melford11VMK7NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 9 in November 1984
1120DISC063DraughtsLogic SystemsDisc063-DraughtsLogic.ssdRBoard Game (Draughts)Draughts198311Issue 1.2NY0
1121DISC063FooterMicro Power (Program Power)Disc063-Footer2P.ssdRSport (Football)Soccer198222NY
1122DISC063Formula One (AKA Formula 1)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc063-FormulaOne.ssdMDriving (Top Down)1983David R. Green11NYPublished in the November/December 1983 issue of A&B Computing.
1123DISC063Gold Run (Blockbusters)MacsenDisc063-GoldRunEditD.ssdRQuizTV Show198511Tape EditNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1124DISC063Honest JoeBeebugsoftDisc063-HonestJoeSTD.ssdRSimulation (Business)1983Simon WilliamsSTD11V1.0BNYSold by Beebugsoft. First Advertised in xxxx <br>Sold as a dual pack with "Fruit Machine".
1125DISC063KensingtonLeisure GeniusDisc063-Kensington2P.ssdRBoard GamePuzzle1984Andrew Bradley22NY
1126DISC063Olympic DecathlonAlligataDisc063-OlympicDecathlon.ssdRSports (Multi Event)1985Daniel Lucas11Disc VersionNY
1127DISC063PontoonSuperior SoftwareDisc063-PontoonSuperior.ssdRCard Game (Blackjack)Gambling, Blackjack, Pontoon198216NY0
1128DISC063Revs 4 TracksAcornsoftDisc063-Revs4Tracks.ssdRDrivingFormula 3 Simulation1985Geoff Crammond11NY
1129DISC063RobokillElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc063-RobokillE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Robotron1989Anthony Houghton11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 7, issue 1 in October 1989.
1130DISC063Roller CoasterBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc063-RollerCoaster.ssdMBall ControlMarble Madness1989John McFarlane11VB1.0NYPublished on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 7 issue 9 in March 1989. <br> This is a modified version of Roller Rally by the same author.
1131DISC063Roller-InvadersModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc063-RollerInvaders.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983Model B Computing Cassette 0111NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 1 in October/November 1983.</p>
1132DISC063SkullsMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc063-Skulls.ssdMPuzzleTetris1989Mike Goldberg11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.6 issue 12 in February 1989
1133DISC063Sky PilotModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc063-Skypilot.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984OModel B Computing Cassette 0311NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 3 in February/March 1984.</p>
1134DISC063Storker's RunElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc063-StorkersRunE.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1989Stuart Bain11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 7, issue 2 in November 1989.
1135DISC064747 Flight SimulatorDACCDisc064-747FlightSimulatorDACC.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1983O11NY
1136DISC064AdventureAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc064-AdventureP.ssdMAdventureGraphic Adventure1986Bob AndersonAcorn User Games Compendium11NY0This game appears to be loosely based on "Adventure" for the Atari 2600 by Warren Robinett. Released on the Acorn User games compendium tape in October 1986, this is the only game on the cassette that was not previously published as an Acorn User type-in. The compendium comprises <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=463">Spectramania</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1077">Quadline</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1274">Picture Slide</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1486">Maze</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1693">Acorn User Office Adventure</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=753">Shuggy's Garden</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=391">Run Silent Run Deep</a>, and <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1136">Adventure</a>.
1137DISC064Balls Of DestinyMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Europress Publications)Disc064-BallsOfDestiny.ssdMBall GameTrailblazer1992Rob Walmsley11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.10 issue 2 in April 1992.
1138DISC064Devil's CausewayDatabase PublicationsDisc064-DevilsCauseway.ssdRAdventureGraphic Adventure198411NY
1139DISC064DodgemsComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc064-DodgemsCVG.ssdMMaze (Driving)Head On1983S. James, R. Nurse11NYPublished In the February 1983 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 16, in the "Book of Games" supplement.
1140DISC064Five Alive (AKA 5 Alive)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc064-FiveAlive.ssdMMaze1989Mike Goldberg11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.7 issue 4 in June 1989
1141DISC064Fruit CatcherLivewire Software Ltd.Disc064-FruitCatcher.ssdUSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1988Paul Branton11NY0
1142DISC064Galactic Landers (AKA Landers)Computer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc064-GalacticLanders.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Dominic Cobley, Christopher Mitchell, Daniel Cobley11YY0<p>Published In the August 1983 issue of Computer &amp; Video Games. Issue 22.</p>
1143DISC064Jason MasonBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Electron User GroupDisc064-JasonMason.ssdMPuzzle1986Richard Lewis11VB0.2NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 4 issue 10 in April 1986.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 43 in April 1999.</p>
1144DISC064Jigsaw PuzzlesBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc064-JigsawPuzzlesSTD.ssdMPuzzleSliding Block Puzzle1985Alan DickinsonSTD11VB0.3NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 4 issue 3 in July 1985.
1145DISC064Pursuit ShipPersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc064-PursuitShip.ssdMSpace Shooter1984John DeanOPCW Games Collection (BOOK)11NYY<p>Published in the April 1984 issue of Personal Computer World magazine (PCW).</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>Pursuit Ship is a traditional arcade style space game where you have to locate the enemy ship and blast it into cosmic dust! To aid you in your task you have a long range radar scan which shows the location of the enemy ship relative to yaw sights. All you have to do is to guide it into your sights and fire.</p> <p>A point to note when typing in this listing is that memory is very limited and so all non-essential spaces should be removed, as they are here.</p> </blockquote>
1146DISC064SnackerJJF PD, Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Europress Publications), BBC PDDisc064-Snacker.ssdPMazeArcade, Pac-Man1992A.L.T.O11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 120.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc JJF-37.</p> <p>Also given away on the subscribers BBC Disc in Micro User Magazine vol.10 issue 6 in August 1992. (Credited to JJF PD).</p>
1147DISC064Space Shuttle PilotOakleaf ComputersDisc064-SpaceShuttlePilot.ssdRSimulation (Space Flight)1984Mark Power, Paul Bustin11V10.0NY
1148DISC064Starship DiscoveryAlligataDisc064-StarshipDiscovery.ssdRSimulation (Space Flight)1984P. Burton11V2NY
1149DISC064Stupid CupidHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc064-StupidCupid.ssdMCatch 'em1984Dave Carlos, Jon Revis11NYPublished in issue 48 of Home Computing Weekly in February 1984.
1150DISC064Swan TrapBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc064-SwanTrap2P.ssdMMazeTron, Light Cycles with Swans1985Peter Donn22NY0<p>Published on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 4 issue 2 in June 1985. <br />Changes to make this game run better on the Electron were published in Elbug Magazine volume 2 issue 9 in August/September 1985.</p>
1151DISC064TacticSuperior SoftwareDisc064-TacticPIAS17.ssdRPuzzleTetris1991Andrew PepperellPlay It Again Sam 1712NY
1152DISC064Test Match (AKA World Cup Cricket)Computer Rentals Ltd. (AKA CRL)Disc064-TestMatchWorldCupCricketSTD.ssdRSport (Cricket)1984Derek BakerSTD11NY
1153DISC065BlackjackSoftware InvasionDisc065-Blackjack.ssdRCard Game (Blackjack)Gambling, Blackjack, Pontoon198311NY0
1154DISC065BrainstormVirgin GamesDisc065-Brainstorm2P.ssdRStrategy1984Greg Choppen22NY
1155DISC065BrazLivewire Software Ltd.Disc065-BrazE.ssdUPlatform Puzzler1988Paul Branton11YesNY
1156DISC065Builder BobBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc065-BuilderBob.ssdMPlatformer1985Richard Lewis11VB0.3NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 4 issue 4 in August 1985.
1157DISC065Burger King! (AKA King Burger)Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc065-BurgerKing.ssdMPlatformerBurger Time1985Brian Lewis11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 9 in September 1985.
1158DISC065City BomberJJF PD, Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Europress Publications), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PD, Electron User GroupDisc065-CityBomber.ssdPShooter (Gallery)Bomber1991Jarold Harris11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 09 in February 1991. <br />Also published on the Micro User Magazine subscribers disc vol.10 issue 1 in March 1992. (Credited to JJF PD).</p> <p>Published on the BBC PD Disc 15.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 45 in September 1999.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
1159DISC065CribbageSuperior SoftwareDisc065-Cribbage.ssdRCard Game (Cribbage)Cribbage198311NY
1160DISC065EntropyJJF PD, Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Europress Publications), BBC PDDisc065-Entropy.ssdPMaze1992Andrew Pepperell11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 64.</p> <p>Also given away on the Micro User subscribers disc vol. 10 issue 5 in July 1992. (Credited to JJF PD).</p>
1161DISC065Fighter PilotPersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Personal Computer Games (PCG) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc065-FighterPilotPCW.ssdBSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1983Harcharam Wassi, E.G. KemplenBest Of PCW Software For The BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>Originally authored by E.G. Kemplen, and converted for the BBC Micro by Haracham Wassi</p> <p>Published in Issue 4 of Personal Computer Games, March 1984.</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=best+of+PCW+software&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Best of PCW software for the BBC Micro</a> compilation from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>Best of PCW Software For The BBC Micro</em> cassette contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>You are seated in the cockpit of your Spitfire, hot on the tail of an enemy aircraft. He, not unnaturally, is doing his level best to get out of your gun sights. The object of the game is to score 50 points by hitting the target as often as you can, before your fuel runs out.</p> <p>You can control your aircraft so as to climb, dive, swoop to the left or right, the screen display always shows the position of the enemy in your line of fire. Displays of your current score, number of shots, and fuel level are also provided. A good eye, and considerable dexterity are needed to play this game well; eleven fingers are also an advantage!</p> </blockquote>
1162DISC065Fruit MachineDoctor SoftDisc065-FruitMachineE.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1984Stuart Mullen11YesNY0
1163DISC065Happy PuppyBBC PDDisc065-HappyPuppy.ssdPMaze1990James Cavanagh11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 113.</p>
1164DISC065InvadersElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc065-InvadersSTDE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1990Neil DavidsonSTD11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 7, issue 6 in March 1990, in the "DIY Invaders" article on page 20.
1165DISC065ReversiComputer ConceptsDisc065-ReversiComputerConcepts.ssdRBoard Game (Reversi)Reversi1982D. Thompson11VB2.32YY
1166DISC065Timelapsed (AKA Time Lapsed)JJF PD, Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Europress Publications), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), AMF-Soft (AMF Soft), BBC PDDisc065-TimeLapsed.ssdPPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1991Andrew Flintham11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 28.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 15 in September 1991. <br />Also given away on the subscribers BBC Disc in Micro User Magazine vol.10 issue 5 in July 1992. (Credited to JJF PD).</p>
1167DISC065Treasure HuntMacsenDisc065-TreasureHuntEdit.ssdRQuizTV Show, Adventure, Text Adventure198611Tape EditNY
1168DISC065Watch OutFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc065-WatchOut.ssdMArcade AdventureTron, Light Cycles1991Ivor Hewitt Jr.11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 3 issue 1 in 1991.</p>
1169DISC065Where?Micro Power (Program Power)Disc065-Where.ssdRQuizGeography Quiz1982T. Roger, S. WilsonMicro Power Magic 111NY0
1170DISC065Wizard 2 (AKA Wizard)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc065-Wizard2.ssdMPlatformerArcade Adventure, Mr. Do's Castle1986Thomas Williamson11NYPublished on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 4 issue 8 in January 1986.
1171DISC066Alien Attack (AKA Alien Invaders) (AKA Attack)Personal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications)Disc066-Attack.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1985Bjoern Thomassen11NYPublished in Personal Computer News issue 109 in December 1985.
1172DISC066BlackjackBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc066-BlackJack.ssdMCard Game (Blackjack)Gambling, Blackjack, Pontoon1986Philip Jacobs11NY0<p>Published on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 4 issue 9 in March 1986.</p>
1173DISC066Boot HillHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc066-BootHillHCW2P.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Boot Hill1985Stephen Gray22NYPublished in issue 123 of Home Computing Weekly in July 1985.
1174DISC066Bounca Ball (AKA Bouncer Ball)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc066-BouncaBall.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong, Arkanoid1989Matthew Eastmond11VB1.0NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 8 issue 1 in May 1989.
1175DISC066Car Race (AKA Race Ace)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc066-CarRace.ssdMDriving (Vertical)Monaco GP1990Mike Goldberg11NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.8 issue 7 in September 1990</p>
1176DISC066CaterpillarYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc066-CaterpillarYourComputer.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Centipede1984Richard ArundaleO11NY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 4 in April 1984.</p>
1177DISC066Circus GamesTynesoftDisc066-CircusGamesD.ssdRMulti EventCircus Skills1988Gary Partis (Tequila), Gary JamesO14Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1178DISC066JumpersA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc066-Jumpers.ssdMCatch 'emClowns1986Ian Ferguson11NYPublished in the December 1986 issue of A&B Computing.
1179DISC066Main-LineCSL MicrodataDisc066-MainLine.ssdRSimulation (Train controller)1982Beebtape 2Beebtape 211NY0<p>Published on "Beebtape 2". This was number 2 in a series of 6 "Beebtapes" - compilation tapes that CSL Microdata released in 1982 and 1983.</p>
1180DISC066MazeElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc066-MazeE.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1987Martin Cottle11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 4, issue 5 in February 1987.
1181DISC066Mechanic 'Mike'Computer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc066-MechanicMike.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1986William Prew11NY0<p>Published in issue 16 of Computer Gamer magazine in July 1986.</p>
1182DISC066Monstermania (AKA Monster Mash)Personal Computer Games (PCG) (VNU Publications)Disc066-MonstermaniaAKAMonsterMash.ssdMPlatformer1985Peter Azzopardi11NYPublished in Issue 14 of Personal Computer Games, January 1985.
1183DISC066Nevryon4th Dimension, Superior SoftwareDisc066-NevryonP.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)R-Type1990Graeme RichardsonPlay It Again Sam 1811Disc VersionNY0<p>This game gives you a password on completing a level. This can be used to skip to the next level the next time the game is played. These may be listed as an easter egg somewhere in the instructions screens. Try pressing P.</p>
1184DISC066Parky's PerilElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc066-ParkysPerilE.ssdMMazeInvisible maze1984Mark SmiddyTen Of The Best vol. 111YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 1, issue 6 in March 1984.</p>
1185DISC066Rock-RaceComputer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc066-RockRace.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1985William Crum11NYPublished in issue 9 of Computer Gamer magazine in December 1985.
1186DISC066Rondo (AKA Rhondo)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc066-Rondo.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Carnival1987Tim Thornham11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.4 issue 12 in February 1987
1187DISC066Satellite Havoc8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PDDisc066-SatelliteHavoc.ssdPSpace Shooter (Gallery)1991A. Sattar ShakoorSatellite Havoc 111NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 17 in December 1991.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 84.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 166 which featured Mad Rabbit PD.</p>
1188DISC066SquarkModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS), Electron Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc066-Squark.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1985Alan DickinsonModel B Computing Cassette 0911NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 9 in February/March 1985. <br />The Electron version of this game was published on Electron Computing issue 5 cassette in late 1985.</p>
1189DISC067AvengerYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc067-Avenger.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1984Chris Carr11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 1 in January 1984.
1190DISC067BallooningJNB SoftwareDisc067-Ballooning.ssdWSimulation (Balloon Flight)198311NY
1191DISC067BridgeheadPavilion SoftwareDisc067-Bridgehead.ssdRShooter (Gallery)198711NY
1192DISC067CaterpillarComputer ConceptsDisc067-CaterpillarComputerConcepts.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Centipede1984O11NY
1193DISC067Cubert's Cubic Domain (AKA Snoopy)Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc067-Cubert.ssdMPlatformerQ*Bert1983M.S. Wakefield11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 11 in November 1983.
1194DISC067Fire! (AKA Fire Rescue)Self-publishedDisc067-FireAKAFireRescue.ssdWCatch 'emSave 'em Up, Clowns1983Rob Northen11NY0
1195DISC067Man-HoleArrdy SoftwareDisc067-ManHole.ssdWCatch 'emstop car from crashing1985R.D. Ward11NY
1196DISC067Micro OlympicsSplanger-SoftDisc067-MicroOlympicsSplangerSoft.ssdWSports (Multi Event)198412NY
1197DISC067MillipedeUnknownDisc067-Millipede.ssdWMazeSnake198311NY
1198DISC067Odd-BallMRM SoftwareDisc067-OddBall.ssdUMazeArcade, Pac-Man198311NY0
1199DISC067TheSaintOak SoftwareDisc067-Saint.ssdWMaze198311NY
1200DISC067Sorcerer's Domain (+Editor)AMF-Soft (AMF Soft), BBC PDDisc067-SorcerersDomainSTD.ssdPPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1990Andrew FlinthamSTDSorcerer's Domain 111NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 19.</p>
1201DISC067Star HawksOrion SoftwareDisc067-StarHawks.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1983O11NY
1202DISC067TanksUnknownDisc067-Tanks.ssdWShooter (Gallery)Combat198411NY
1203DISC067Tennis/WalltrapLaserbugDisc067-TennisWalltrap2PJ.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong1983Peter VokeR22NY0<p>Published in issue 10 of Laserbug user group magazine in March 1983.</p> <p>This game may not be playable without a joystick. Jsbeeb does not currently emulate a joystick so it might not be possible to play this game on the website. Try using an emulator or a real BBC.</p>
1204DISC067WallBall (AKA Wall Ball)LaserbugDisc067-WallballJ.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong1983Peter VokeR11NY0<p>Published in issue 09 of Laserbug user group magazine in February 1983.</p> <p>This game may not be playable without a joystick. Jsbeeb does not currently emulate a joystick so it might not be possible to play this game on the website. Try using an emulator or a real BBC.</p>
1205DISC067Wallie's CastleUnknownDisc067-WalliesCastle.ssdWPlatform Puzzler198511NY
1206DISC067Wilfred The WarlockMRM SoftwareDisc067-WilfredTheWarlock.ssdUShooter (Gallery)1984W. Croston11NY
1207DISC068Castle Of NightmaresAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.), Electron User GroupDisc068-CastleOfNightmaresSTD.ssdMPlatform Puzzler1986Mark de WegerSTDAcorn User Games Disc11NY0<p>Published in the December 1986 issue of Acorn User. <br />The original game had 3 screens. 5 more screens were published in the following issue of Acorn User in January 1987. <br />The version on bbcmicro.co.uk has all 8 screens. <br />Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 73 around 2010.</p>
1208DISC068Colossus Bridge 4CDS Software Ltd.Disc068-ColossusBridge.ssdRCard Game (Bridge)Bridge1988Hi-Tech Software11NY
1209DISC068ConfrontationLothlorienDisc068-ConfrontationSTD.ssdRStrategy1983R.T. SmithSTD11NY
1210DISC068Cosmic ContainersComputer Rentals Ltd. (AKA CRL)Disc068-CosmicContainers.ssdRCatch 'em1985G. MorganWhizz Pack 211NY
1211DISC068Dungeon QuestComputer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc068-DungeonQuestComputerGamer.ssdMAdventureGraphic Adventure1986Andrew Dyer11NYPublished in issue 12 of Computer Gamer magazine in March 1986.
1212DISC068ExizAMF-Soft (AMF Soft), BBC PDDisc068-ExizR.ssdPSpace Shooter (Gallery)1989Andrew Flintham11SWR For Enhanced PlayNY0<p>If you are playing this game in the browser; when the game asks <em>May I use the SRAM</em> answer <em>Y</em>.</p> <p>SWR REQD (Sideways RAM) - The game works without sideways RAM but graphics are corrupt on the start screen.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 28.</p>
1213DISC068Fernando The FleaYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc068-FernandoTheFlea.ssdMPlatformer1985D.J. Cawthray11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 8 in August 1985. <br>The listing credits P. Cawthray for the graphics and S. Addy for the music.
1214DISC068First Moves ChessLongman Micro SoftwareDisc068-FirstMovesChessD.ssdRBoard Game (Chess)Chess1984D. SiviterO11NY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1215DISC068Four In A RowBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc068-FourInARow.ssdMTraditional Games (Connect 4)Connect 41983John Webb12NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 1 in April 1983. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 6 in May 1984.
1216DISC068Frogger (AKA Freeway Frog)Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc068-FroggerAKAFreewayFrog.ssdMPlatformerFrogger1984John R. Wilson (J.R. Wilson)11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 2 in February 1984.
1217DISC068Fruit WormMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc068-FruitWormTMU.ssdMMazeSnake1986Carl Dunkley11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.4 issue 6 in August 1986
1218DISC068Helicopter Holocaust8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc068-HelicopterHolocaust2P.ssdPShooter (Gallery)Boot Hill, Helicopter1991Steven Flintham22NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 11 in April 1991.</p>
1219DISC068Hippo QuestComputer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc068-HippoQuest.ssdMPlatformerHunchback, Hippo1985William PrewO11NYPublished in issue 5 of Computer Gamer magazine in August 1985.
1220DISC068Loopy Loop8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications), BBC PDDisc068-LoopyLoop.ssdPMazeSnake1992A. Sattar ShakoorLoopy Loop 111NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 20 in August 1992. <br />Also given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 10 in December 1994.</p> <p><span style="color: #333333; font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;">Published on BBC PD Disc 166 which featured Mad Rabbit PD.</span></p>
1221DISC068Pettigrew's DiaryShards SoftwareDisc068-PettigrewsDiaryD.ssdRAdventureGraphic Adventure, Text Adventure1984Steve Maltz11NY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1222DISC068Space BaseMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc068-SpaceBase.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1986Robin Nixon11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.4 issue 4 in June 1986
1223DISC068SplurgeHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc068-Splurge.ssdMMazeSnake1984Kevin Boyd11NYPublished in issue 75 of Home Computing Weekly in August 1984.
1224DISC068SurroundPersonal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications)Disc068-Surround.ssdMMazeSnake1983Keith TaylorO12NYPublished in Personal Computer News issues 24 and 25 in August 1983.
1225DISC0692002Superior SoftwareDisc069-2002.ssdRSimulation (Docking Space Station)1983Peter Burton11NY
1226DISC069Block BlitzBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Electron User GroupDisc069-BlockBlitz.ssdMPlatformer1984David Pilling11VB0.4NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 8 in January 1984.<br />Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 4 in March 1984.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 19 in April 1995.</p>
1227DISC069Castle FearAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc069-CastleFear.ssdMMaze1992Nigel Tustin11NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.10 issue 9 in November 1992.
1228DISC069Fall OutHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc069-FallOut.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong1984Nigel Thomas11NYPublished in issue 120 of Home Computing Weekly in July 1985.
1229DISC069Galactic EmpireGEMDisc069-GalacticEmpire.ssdRStrategy1983Alan Mardell11NY
1230DISC069TheGreat EscapeYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc069-GreatEscape.ssdMMaze1985Shingo Sugiura11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 10 in October 1985.
1231DISC069Hacker 2000Acorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc069-Hacker2000STT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics, Simulation (Hacking)1985Andy MitchellSTT11NYFirst advertised for sale in Acorn User Magazine January 1985 issue. Produced by Micrograf.
1232DISC069HatTrixBBC Acorn User (formerly Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc069-HatTrix.ssdMPlatformer1991Bryan Cloud11NY0<p>Published in the January and February 1991 issues of BBC Acorn User.</p> <p>The original program was published in the January and February issues, and a level editor was on the subscriber's disc for April 1991. </p>
1233DISC069Helpful Harry! (AKA Harry The Helpful Hippo)Computer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc069-HelpfulHarrySTD.ssdMPlatformer1986William PrewSTD11NYPublished in issue 12 of Computer Gamer magazine in March 1986.
1234DISC069Hunchy (AKA Hunchback)Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc069-HunchyYourComputer.ssdMPlatformerHunchback1985Brian Lewis12NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 3 in March 1985.
1235DISC069MartiansMicro Power (Program Power)Disc069-Martians.ssdRCatch 'em1982Richard Hanson11NYO.S. 0.1 game, problems under O.S. 1.20
1236DISC069Moving MazeAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc069-MovingMaze.ssdMMaze1984Gary PilbrowO11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine November 1984. Issue 7.
1237DISC069OmegasAMF-Soft (AMF Soft), BBC PDDisc069-Omegas.ssdPSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1989Andrew Flintham11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 28.</p>
1238DISC069PhantomTynesoftDisc069-Phantom.ssdRArcade Adventure1987David CroftO11Disc VersionNY
1239DISC069Power Raider8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Europress Publications), Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications), BBC PDDisc069-PowerRaider.ssdPSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1992M.T. Farnworth11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 20 in August 1992. <br />Also given away on the Micro User Subscribers Disc Vol.10 issue 7 in September 1992. (Credited to 8BS PD). This was the last issue of Micro User before the name changed to "Acorn Computing". <br />Given away AGAIN on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 12 in January 1995.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD disc 166 which featured "Mad Rabbit" PD.</p>
1240DISC069Satellite Havoc II8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc069-SatelliteHavocII.ssdPSpace Shooter (Gallery)1992A. Sattar ShakoorSatellite Havoc 211NY0Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 21 in September 1992.
1241DISC069Search & Rescue (AKA Search And Rescue)Personal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd., Electron User GroupDisc069-SearchRescue.ssdBCollect 'Em Up1983Geoffrey Little, Michael Orton, Paul BorrettBest Of PCW Software For The BBC Micro (BOOK)11NYY<p>Originally authored by Geoffrey Little and Michael Orton, and converted for the BBC Micro by Paul Borrett.</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=best+of+PCW+software&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Best of PCW software for the BBC Micro</a> compilation from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 54 in October 2000.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>Best of PCW Software For The BBC Micro</em> cassette contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>This is an exciting game, with good graphics and sound, requiring some skill in successfully piloting a search and rescue helicopter on its rescue mission.</p> <p>By using four different keys: up = ':', down = '/', left = 'Z', and right = 'X', you move the helicopter into a position to pick up men from a ship in distress and deliver them safely to land. However, you only have a limited amount of fuel on board, so don't stray away from the land for too long and beware of crashing into the sea!</p> </blockquote>
1242DISC069Spider Chase (AKA Spider Man)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc069-SpiderChase.ssdMPlatformer1985Richard Lewis11VB0.2NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 9 in March 1985.
1243DISC070TheArenaElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc070-ArenaE.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)1987Michael Jones12YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 4, issue 11 in August 1987.
1244DISC070Crazy ClownsBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc070-CrazyClowns.ssdMBreakoutCircus Skills, Clowns1989N.C. Hambly11VB1.0NY0<p>Published on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 8 issue 6 in November 1989.</p>
1245DISC070Danger DogMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc070-DangerDog.ssdMPlatformer1990Matthew Eastmond11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.8 issue 9 in November 1990
1246DISC070Duck ShootHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc070-DuckShoot.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984Robert Moss, John Moss11NYPublished in issue 64 of Home Computing Weekly in May 1984.
1247DISC070Dugdig (AKA Dug Dig)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc070-Dugdig.ssdMMaze198411NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 3 in May 1984
1248DISC070GalaxianPersonal Computer Games (PCG) (VNU Publications)Disc070-GalaxianPCG.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1984Colin Tanner11NY0<p>Published in Issue 3 of Personal Computer Games, February 1984.</p> <p>The magazine listing states the games was "converted to 32K BBC Micro by C.R. Tanner".</p> <p>This issue of Personal Computer Games also had a free flexi-disc on the cover which contained the type-ins from the magazine.</p> <p>The question of which was easier, typing in the listing, or getting the computer to recognise the flexi-disc is a different matter!</p>
1249DISC070Holed Out!!4th Dimension, Superior SoftwareDisc070-HoledOutRx2.ssdRSport (Golf)Cone Links, Pine Isles1989Gordon J. KeyPlay It Again Sam 18Holed Out 1142 x Banks SWR RequiredNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC micro, it requires 2 banks of "Sideways RAM" which load into banks 4 and 5.</p>
1250DISC070Hunger AlleyPersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc070-HungerAlley.ssdBMazeArcade, Pac-Man1984Anwar Sidat, Sadiq Norat, Soyab Norat, Adam RuddlePCW Games Collection (BOOK)11NY0<p>Originally authored by Anwar Sidat, Sadiq Norat, and Soyab Norat. Converted to the BBC Micro by Adam Ruddle.</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>No book of games would be complete without an appearance of the king of the arcade - PAC-MAN. In this version, you have to move around a maze gobbling up food pills and avoid poisoned skulls - unless you have just eaten a power pill. After eating one of these, you flash, change colour and are allowed a time of 500 units to devour the nasty skulls. You score 10 points for each pill eaten, 30 for each power pill and 50 for each skull.</p> <p>The game has nine different coloured screens and you around by operating four different keys:</p> <p style="padding-left: 30px;">Z - Left<br />X = Right<br />* = Up<br />? = Down</p> <p>Remember, speed is the key word in this game, so gobble up those pills as fast as you can!</p> </blockquote>
1251DISC070Hungry 'H' (AKA Hungry Henrietta)Computer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc070-HungryH.ssdMMaze1986William PrewO11NYPublished in issue 18 of Computer Gamer magazine in September 1986.
1252DISC070Mole!SalamanderDisc070-Mole.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Whack A Mole1983Andrew PymerGames Compendium B311NY
1253DISC070Apple OrchardPersonal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications)Disc070-Orchard.ssdMMazeCrystal Castles1985William Prew11NYPublished in Personal Computer News issue 93 in January 1985.
1254DISC070Pass Go (AKA Tycoon)Kay DeeDisc070-PassGoAKATycoon.ssdRBoard Game (Monopoly)Monopoly1983Jan Varga19NY
1255DISC070Q-Master4th DimensionDisc070-QMasterD.ssdRSport (Snooker)1991G. Taylor, A. Troth02Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p> <p>The game was later given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 issue 10 in December 1993.</p>
1256DISC070Roller RallyBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc070-RollerRally.ssdMMazeMarble Madness1989John McFarlane11VB1.3NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 7 issue 9 in March 1989.
1257DISC070StuntmanYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc070-Stuntman.ssdMDriving (Motorbike)Motorbike Jumping, Daredevil Dennis (Dare Devil Denis)1984S. Bradshaw11NY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 7 in July 1984.</p>
1258DISC070Tetriz8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PDDisc070-Tetriz.ssdPPuzzleTetris1992Duncan Lilly, Robin Pike, Steve Newton11NY0<p>Published on the BBC PD Disc 134 in 1992. <br />Converted/edited/altered for the Model B by Steve Newton. <br />The original game was by Robin Pike and Duncan Lilly, and was Master compatible only. This version can be found on BBC PD Disc 62.</p>
1259DISC070Wacky BatsHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc070-WackyBats.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong1985Nigel Thomas11NYPublished in issue 101 of Home Computing Weekly in February 1985.
1260DISC070ZedonJJF PD, Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Europress Publications), AMF-Soft (AMF Soft)Disc070-ZedonR.ssdPSpace Shooter (Gallery)1989Andrew Flintham11SWR For Enhanced PlayNY0<p>If you are playing this game in the browser, when it asks <em>May I use your SRAM?</em> enter <em>Y</em></p> <p>SWR REQD. - OK WITH SWR (Works without but plays slow)</p> <p>Also given away on the subscribers BBC Disc in Micro User Magazine vol.9 issue 12 in February 1992. (Credited to JJF PD).</p>
1261DISC071737 Flight SimulatorSalamanderDisc071-737FlightSimulator.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator198311NY
1262DISC071Alien InvasionMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc071-AlienInvasion.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1984O11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.1 issue 12 in February 1984
1263DISC071CaterpillarRomikDisc071-CaterpillarRomikE.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Centipede1984Geoff BeavisO11YesNY
1264DISC071CholoFirebird SoftwareDisc071-CholoD.ssdRArcade Adventure1989Joey Williams, Glyn Williams11Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1265DISC071Citadel 2Superior SoftwareDisc071-Citadel2PIAS18.ssdRArcade AdventureCitadel1993Simon Storr (Symo)Play It Again Sam 18Citadel 211NY0<p>Possibly the last game commercially released for the BBC Micro before the advent of commercially available retro titles in the late 1990s and early 2000s.</p>
1266DISC071Cosmic GuerrillasElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc071-CosmicGuerrillasE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Cosmic Guerilla1988Andrew Pillidge11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 4 in January 1988.
1267DISC071Cylon Attack (AKA Cylon)BeebugsoftDisc071-CylonAttackAKACylon.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1982M.J. Taylor11V1.3NYSold by Beebugsoft as "Games 5". First advertised in volume 1 issue 8 in December 1982, although it may have been advertised on a seperate leaflet slightly earlier.
1268DISC071Hold UpYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc071-HoldUp.ssdMCollect 'Em Up1985Barry Wakelin11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 2 in February 1985.
1269DISC071HunchyPersonal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications)Disc071-HunchyPCN.ssdMPlatformerHunchback1984Peter Azzopardi, Stephen Galea, Philip Galea11NYPublished in Personal Computer News issue 67 in June 1984.
1270DISC071Insect InvasionPersonal Computer Games (PCG) (VNU Publications)Disc071-InsectInvasion.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984John Spradbery11NY0<p>Published in Issue 8 of Personal Computer Games, July 1984.</p>
1271DISC071LanderPersonal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications)Disc071-LanderPCN.ssdMArcadeLunar Lander1985Jason Holliday11NY0<p>Published in Personal Computer News issue 95 in January 1985.</p>
1272DISC071Licenced To KillAlternativeDisc071-LicencedToKillE.ssdRPlatformer1987Simon Guest, John Hamblett11YesNY
1273DISC071MinefieldComputer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc071-MinefieldComputerGamerSTD.ssdMMaze1985William PrewSTDO11NYPublished in issue 7 of Computer Gamer magazine in October 1985.
1274DISC071Picture SlideAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc071-PictureSlide.ssdMPuzzleSliding Block Puzzle1985Roland WaddiloveAcorn User Games Compendium11NY0Published in the January 1985 issue of Acorn User. <br>Published on the Acorn User games compendium tape in October 1986. <br>The compendium comprises <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=463">Spectramania</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1077">Quadline</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1274">Picture Slide</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1486">Maze</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1693">Acorn User Office Adventure</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=753">Shuggy's Garden</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=391">Run Silent Run Deep</a>, and <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1136">Adventure</a>. <br>EUG64 PD <a href="http://www.acornelectron.co.uk/eug/64/a-pict.html">http://www.acornelectron.co.uk/eug/64/a-pict.html</a>
1275DISC071SolitaireBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc071-SolitaireBeebug.ssdMBoard Game (Solitaire)Solitaire1990Ian Stewart01NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 9 issue 2 in June 1990.</p>
1276DISC071Special OperationsLothlorienDisc071-SpecialOperationsSTD.ssdRStrategy1984M.C. LothlorienSTD10 Computer Hits 1 (Beau Jolly)11NY0
1277DISC071TronScience Line, BBC PDDisc071-Tron2P.ssdPMazeTron, Light Cycles1990Tamer Emin22NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 62.</p>
1278DISC071Witch HuntMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc071-WitchHunt.ssdMArcade Adventure1986Stephen Gray11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.4 issue 8 in October 1986
1279DISC072Bio-ChipFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc072-BioChipSTD.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1990Matthew FifieldSTD11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 2 issue 3 in 1990.</p>
1280DISC072Blue MeanieMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc072-BlueMeanie.ssdMMaze1990Mike Goldberg11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.8 issue 5 in July 1990
1281DISC072Bouncing Bomb ChaseIJK SoftwareDisc072-BouncingBombChaseE.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984Richard ChapmanO11YesNY
1282DISC072DictatorDk'Tronics (D.K. Tronics)Disc072-Dictator.ssdRStrategy1983Andy French11NY
1283DISC072Flitty FleaBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc072-FlittyFlea.ssdMPlatformer1987David Fryett11VB0.1NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 5 issue 10 in April 1987.
1284DISC072Football Krazy (AKA Footer)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc072-FootballKrazy.ssdMBat And BallBreakout, Pong1983Alan Dickinson11VB1.5NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 9 in March 1984. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 2 in December 1983.
1285DISC072Grand PrixHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc072-GrandPrixHCW.ssdMDriving1983Jeff Pratt11NYPublished in issue 18 of Home Computing Weekly in July 1983.
1286DISC072Holed Out!! (Extra Courses Vol.1)4th DimensionDisc072-HoledOutExtraCourses1Rx2.ssdRSport (Golf)Glen Aigre, Eagle Park1989Gordon J. KeyHoled Out 2142 x Banks SWR RequiredNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC micro, it requires 2 banks of "Sideways RAM" which load into banks 4 and 5.</p>
1287DISC072Jetcar (AKA Jet Car)Electron User GroupDisc072-JetcarE.ssdPPlatformer (Scrolling)1989Lyn Davis, Ross Little11YesNY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 53 in August 2000.</p>
1288DISC072KlectAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc072-Klect2P.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man199322NY0<p>Given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.10 issue 12 in February 1993.</p>
1289DISC072Kung-Fu MasterYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc072-KungFuMaster2P.ssdMSport (Kung Fu)Fighter198522NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 11 in November 1985.
1290DISC072Letter Collector (AKA Alphabet Chase)Computer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc072-LetterCollector.ssdMMaze1986William PrewO11NYPublished in issue 16 of Computer Gamer magazine in July 1986.
1291DISC072Mr. PlumPersonal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications)Disc072-MrPlum.ssdMMaze1984William Prew11NYPublished in Personal Computer News issue 85 in November 1984.
1292DISC072Push-The-Bale (AKA Push The Bale)8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc072-PushTheBale.ssdPPuzzle1992Carl WheatO11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 22 in October 1992. <br />Also given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.10 issue 11 in January 1993. (Credited to 8BS PD).<br />Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 46 in December 1995.</p>
1293DISC072RedcoatsLothlorienDisc072-RedcoatsSTD.ssdRStrategy1984Mike WilliamsSTD12NY
1294DISC072Robot Chase!Which Micro? & Software Review (EMAP Business And Computer Publications Ltd.)Disc072-RobotChase.ssdMMaze1983K. Pretorious11NY0<p>Published in "Which Micro? &amp; Software Review" magazine, April 1983 issue.</p> <p>Interestingly,&nbsp; the program was not a type-in but came on a flexi-disc record along with other programs for the Sinclair ZX81, Sinclair Spectrum, Commodore VIC20, and Commodore PET computers.&nbsp;</p>
1295DISC072Snakes And LaddersModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc072-SnakesAndLadders2P.ssdMBoard Game (Snakes And Ladders)Snakes And Ladders1984Peter DonnModel B Computing Cassette 0322NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 3 in February/March 1984.</p> <p>Please note: This listing shows a copyright date of June 1983. An earlier version of this game by Peter Donn was published in Your Computer magazine vol.3 issue 6 in June 1983 and this listing shows a copyright date of August 1982.<br />A virtually identical game to the Model B Computing listing was later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 31 in November 1993 which has the author as "James M. Cavanagh" in all of the REM statements. <br />The correct author is Peter Donn from 1982/1983.</p>
1296DISC072Wheeler Dealer (AKA Dodgy Dealer)OICDisc072-WheelerDealerSTT.ssdRSimulation (Business)1983Tony Wright, David StradlingSTT11NY0
1297DISC073BlocBustaMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Europress Publications)Disc073-BlocBusta.ssdMMaze1991Donald Ross11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.9 issue 4 in June 1991. This was the first issue published by Europress Publications. Issue 100.
1298DISC073ADay At The RacesAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc073-DayAtTheRaces.ssdMSport (Horse Racing)Gambling1986Simon BrattTriple Decker 01Triple Decker 0112NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.4 issue 2 in November 1986. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 01 compilation.</p>
1299DISC073DominoesGarland ComputingDisc073-Dominoes.ssdRTraditional Games (Dominoes)Dominoes1984Chris O'DonoghueDominoes11NY0<p>This is a compilation of 3 games: Dominoes, Threes And Fives, and Disputing Tens.</p>
1300DISC073Egg HeadBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc073-EggHead.ssdMMaze1989John McFarlane11VB1.3NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 8 issue 3 in July 1989.
13011117DISC073Helicopter Rescue [hack]Personal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications)Disc073-HelicopterRescue.ssdLMaze198311NY0<p>This game appears to be a hack of <a href="game.php?id=1117">Balloon Fun</a>&nbsp;published in Personal Computer World magazine in 1983.</p>
1302DISC073Hyper SportsImagineDisc073-HyperSports.ssdRSports (Multi Event)1984Richard KayKonami's Coin-Op Hits11Disc VersionNY0
1303DISC073MinefieldPersonal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications)Disc073-MinefieldPCN.ssdMMazeStrategy, Avoid1984M. Durrant11NYPublished in Personal Computer News issue 44 in January 1984.
1304DISC073Missile AttackElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc073-MissileAttackE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1985M.I. Warman11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 3, issue 3 in December 1985.
1305DISC073Paul Daniels' Magic ShowAcornsoftDisc073-PaulDanielsMagicShow.ssdRCard GamesMagic1984Peter Killworth11V1NY
1306DISC073Peg LegIJK SoftwareDisc073-PegLegE.ssdRArcade Adventure1983D.M. Smith11YesNY
1307DISC073Rally DriverElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc073-RallyDriverE.ssdMDriving (Maze)Rally-X1988Anthony HoughtonTen Of The Best vol. 111YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 6, issue 2 in November 1988.</p>
1308DISC073RobotSelf-publishedDisc073-Robot.ssdRMaze1982Charles J. MurtonOGames Pack 1 (Murton)11NY0<p>Featured on a 3 game compilation "Games Pack 1".</p> <p>The games included were: <a href="game.php?id=2853">Break-Up</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1308">Robot</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=2863">Spacefight</a></p>
1309DISC073Roller Ball (AKA Rollerball)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc073-RollerBall.ssdMMaze1984Geoff Turner11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 7 in September 1984
1310DISC073TheShapes GameBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc073-ShapesGame.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)1984C.K. Fitch11NYPublished on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 3 issue 1 in May 1984. <br>Beebem graphics/sound problems.
1311DISC073Space Garbage (AKA Galactic Garbage)Acorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc073-SpaceGarbage.ssdMMaze1984John Gascoyne, D. Bowers11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine November 1984. Issue 7.
1312DISC073Stop! Thief!Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc073-StopThief.ssdMPlatformer1984Paul Sweeting11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 10 in October 1984.
1313DISC073Stuka!Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc073-Stuka.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984Kevin Bramhill11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 3 in March 1984.
1314DISC073Tron II8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc073-TronII.ssdPSpace Shooter (Gallery)1991Tamer Emin11V1.0NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc "Games#6".</p>
1315DISC074Area Radar ControllerSoftware For AllDisc074-AreaRadarController.ssdRSimulationSimulation (Air Traffic Control)198311NY0
1316DISC074Bomb DisposalElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc074-BombDisposalE.ssdMMaze1985James McPherson11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 3, issue 2 in November 1985.
1317DISC074CandyflossIJK SoftwareDisc074-Candyfloss.ssdRSimulation (Business)1982John SinclairIJK Software Cassette 0119YY0<p>Sold in a 2 pack with <a href="game.php?id=2226">Star Trek</a></p>
1318DISC074Charlie Chan Visits The Wock Factory (AKA Charlie Chan Visits The Wok Factory)Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.), Electron User GroupDisc074-CharlieChanAndTheWockFactory.ssdMPlatformer1985Brian Lewis11NY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 5 issue 8 in August 1985. <br />Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 66 some time after 2002.</p>
1319DISC074ChickarooScreenplayDisc074-ChickarooSTD.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Word Play1983John J. CassarSTD14NY
1320DISC074Emlyn Hughes Arcade QuizAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc074-EmlynHughesArcadeQuiz.ssdRQuiz199111NY
1321DISC074Helicopter SquadronA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc074-HelicopterSquadron.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984Richard JonesO11NYPublished in the January/February 1984 issue of A&B Computing.
1322DISC074Holed Out!! (Extra Courses Vol.2)4th DimensionDisc074-HoledOutExtraCourses2Rx2.ssdRSport (Golf)Dune Royal, Owlet Wood1989Gordon J. KeyHoled Out 3142 x Banks SWR RequiredNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC micro, it requires 2 banks of "Sideways RAM" which load into banks 4 and 5.</p>
1323DISC074JigsawKansas City SystemsDisc074-JigsawD.ssdRPuzzleSliding Block Puzzle1984Peter Ellington11NY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1324DISC074Letter PuzzleYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc074-LetterPuzzle.ssdMPuzzleSliding Block Puzzle1983David Griffin11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 11 in November 1983.
1325DISC074Lunar BugBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc074-LunarBug.ssdMArcadeLunar Lander1985Alan Dickinson11VB0.2NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 4 issue 1 in May 1985.</p>
1326DISC074Morris MinerMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc074-MorrisMiner.ssdMPlatformer1986Jonathan Temple11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.4 issue 1 in March 1986
1327DISC074Mr. DooAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc074-MrDoo.ssdMCatch 'em1984Simon Hackett11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine October 1984. Issue 6.
1328DISC074Snakes & LaddersHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc074-SnakesLadders.ssdMBoard Game (Snakes And Ladders)Snakes And Ladders1984Steve W. Lucas (S.W. Lucas)11NYPublished in issue 62 of Home Computing Weekly in May 1984.
1329DISC074Star Wars FighterAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc074-StarWarsFighter.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Gary Woolridge11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine December 1984. Issue 8.
1330DISC074Tommy And The ToadstoolsElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc074-TommyAndTheToadstoolsE.ssdMPlatformer1987Stuart BainO11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 4, issue 5 in February 1987.
1331DISC074Tower Of AlosA&F SoftwareDisc074-TowerOfAlosSTD.ssdRRPG1982D. HowardSTD11YY0
1332DISC074ZeusBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc074-ZeusSTD.ssdMPuzzle1992S. SextonSTD11VB1.7NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 10 issue 9 in March 1992. Extra levels published in the following issue, volume 10 issue 10 in April 1992.</p>
1333DISC075Banana Drama8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PD, Electron User GroupDisc075-BananaDrama.ssdPPlatformer1989John Henson11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 12 in May 1991.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 10.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 47 in January 2000.</p>
1334DISC075Bees AwayPersonal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications)Disc075-BeesAway.ssdMCollect 'Em Up1983Kenn Garroch11NYPublished in Personal Computer News issues 32 and 33 in October 1983.
1335DISC075BlockbustersDomarkDisc075-BlockbustersDomark.ssdRQuizTV Show1988Kevin Blake12V1.1NY
1336DISC075DoodlebugA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc075-Doodlebug.ssdMAvoid 'emQix1984Scott Maxwell11NYPublished in the January/February 1984 issue of A&B Computing.
1337DISC075Dunefighters (AKA Dune Fighters)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc075-Dunefighters2P.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984Daniel J. BishopO22NYPublished in the January/February 1984 issue of A&B Computing.
1338DISC075DynamiteCascade, Electron User GroupDisc075-Dynamite.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984Cascade Cassette 5011NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 46 in November 1999.</p>
1339DISC075Frogs 'n' Dogs (AKA Frogs And Dogs)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc075-FrogsnDogs.ssdMPlatformer1984S. King, P. King, Dennis Ibbotson11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.1 issue 12 in February 1984
1340DISC075Hectic Henry!Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc075-HecticHenryE.ssdMMazePengo1987Matthew O'DonnellO11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 4, issue 8 in May 1987.
1341DISC075Mars LanderBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc075-MarsLander.ssdMArcadeLunar Lander1983Alan Webster11V1AYY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 4 in August 1983. <br />Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 3 in January/February 1984.</p>
1342DISC075Mazechase (AKA Maze Chase)BBC PDDisc075-Mazechase.ssdPDriving (Maze)1983A. Lewis11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 62.</p>
1343DISC075MeteorsYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc075-MeteorsYourComputer.ssdMAvoid 'em198411NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 1 in January 1984.
1344DISC075Psychic AsteroidsYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc075-PsychicAsteroids.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Asteroids1983Jeremy Riggs11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 3 in March 1983.
1345DISC075RollerballElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc075-Rollerball2P.ssdMBat And BallPong, Football1989Stuart Bain22NY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 6, issue 11 in August 1989.</p>
1346DISC075Summer OlympiadTynesoft, Superior SoftwareDisc075-SummerOlympiad.ssdRSports (Multi Event)1988Kevin BlakePlay It Again Sam 1714Tape VersionNY0
1347DISC075Super HangmanIJK SoftwareDisc075-SuperHangman.ssdRWord Games (Hangman)Hangman1982Tony LathamIJK Software Cassette 0611NY
1348DISC075Truffle HuntBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc075-TruffleHunt.ssdMMaze1984T. Moody-Stuart11VB1.2NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 2 in June 1984.
1349DISC075VampireAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Addison-Wesley Publishers Ltd.)Disc075-Vampire2P.ssdMMaze1983Michael MurrayO22NYPublished in the October 1983 issue of Acorn User.
1350DISC075WizblobMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc075-Wizblob.ssdMMazeGuide ball through maze1991Rob Walmsley11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.8 issue 11 in January 1991
1351DISC076Cavern QuestMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc076-CavernQuest.ssdMMazeBoulder Dash1986Marcel Ogurchak11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.4 issue 3 in May 1986
1352DISC076Colditz!LVLDisc076-Colditz.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1983Derrick Daines11NY
1353DISC076ConstellationMicro Power (Program Power)Disc076-Constellation.ssdRSimulation (Night Sky)1982Richard Hanson11NY
1354DISC076Cosmic Clash (AKA Space Battle)Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc076-CosmicClash.ssdMSpace Shooter1984John R. Wilson (J.R. Wilson)11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 3 in March 1984.
1355DISC076Dragon RiderSalamanderDisc076-DragonRider.ssdRCollect 'Em Up198311NY
1356DISC076ElevasionBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc076-Elevasion.ssdMPlatformer1984David Pilling11VB1.0NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 10 in April 1984. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 5 in April 1984.
1357DISC076HangmanSigma Soft, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc076-HangmanSigma.ssdRWord Games (Hangman)Hangman1984Anthony Dervish11V2.00NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
1358DISC076InfectionAMF-Soft (AMF Soft), BBC PDDisc076-Infection.ssdPPuzzle1989Andrew Flintham04NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 28.</p>
1359DISC076Missile Command (AKA Rocket Screen)Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc076-MissileCommandYourComputer.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1983John R. Wilson (J.R. Wilson)11NY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 10 in October 1983.</p>
1360DISC076Moon-PodElbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc076-MoonpodE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Defender1985Eric Pope11YesE0.1NY0<p>Published in Elbug (now a supplement to Beebug Magazine) volume 2 issue 10 in October 1985.</p>
1361DISC076NightfliteHewson ConsultantsDisc076-Nightflite.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1983David Price11V1.0NY
1362DISC076ReversiModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc076-Reversi.ssdMBoard Game (Reversi)Reversi1984Alan DickinsonModel B Computing Cassette 0702NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 7 in October/November 1984.</p>
1363DISC076Space BattleElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc076-SpaceBattleE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1985Roland WaddiloveO11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 2, issue 4 in January 1985.
1364DISC076Space City (AKA Force Field)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc076-SpaceCity.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Spacewar1982J. Banks (Orbit)11YY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 1 issue 8 in December 1982. <br>Published on the Elbug Magazine introductory cassette in 1983. <br>First advertised in Elbug volume 1 issue 1, but available via the Orbit user Group before this.
1365DISC076Spiders & LaddersHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc076-SpidersLaddders.ssdMPlatformer1984G.A. Power11NYPublished in issue 51 of Home Computing Weekly in February 1984.
1366DISC076Star TraderFirst ByteDisc076-StarTraderSTT.ssdRStrategy1983Trevor HallSTT11NY0
1367DISC076TrekAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Addison-Wesley Publishers Ltd.)Disc076-TrekSTT.ssdRRPGStrategy (Spaceship Management)1983Tim HeatonSTTO11NYFirst advertised for sale in Acorn User Magazine November 1983 issue. Produced by Micrograf.
1368DISC076Who Dares Wins 2AlligataDisc076-WhoDaresWins2D.ssdRShooter (Scrolling)Run 'n' Gun1986Toby ButlerWho Dares Wins 211Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1369DISC077Ball Lightning (AKA Great Balls Of Fire)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc077-BallLightning.ssdMMaze1985Neill Tucker11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 7 in September 1985
1370DISC077TheCaves Of Traal (AKA Caveman)Practical Computing (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc077-CavesOfTraal.ssdMMaze1983James Downer11NY0<p>Published in the July 1983 issue of Practical Computing magazine. (Volume 6, issue 7).</p>
1371DISC077Crazy Ball!8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PD, JJF PDDisc077-CrazyBall.ssdPPlatformer1991Andrew Nibbs (Swig)11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 37.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 166, which featured Mad Rabbit PD.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 10 in March 1991.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc JJF-37.</p>
1372DISC077Have You Lost Your Marbles?Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications), MasterDisk Magazine, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PD, JJF PDDisc077-HaveYouLostYourMarbles.ssdPMaze1990Andrew Nibbs (Swig)11NY0<p>First published as part of MasterDisk magazine (possibly in 1990).</p> <p>Also given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 issue 7 in September 1993. (Credited to 8BS PD).<br />Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 09 in February 1991.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 37.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc JJF-37.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD disc 166 which featured "Mad Rabbit" PD.</p>
1373DISC077Heathrow ATCHewson ConsultantsDisc077-HeathrowAirTrafficControl.ssdRSimulationSimulation (Air Traffic Control)1984M. Male11NY0
1374DISC077InheritanceHesselDisc077-Inheritance.ssdRSimulation (Business)1982Simon W. Hessel11NY
1375DISC077Marble PyramidElectron Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc077-MarblePyramidE.ssdMPlatformerQ*Bert1985William M. McGregor11YesNY0Published on the Electron Computing issue 5 cassette in 1985.
1376DISC077PentilesBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc077-Pentiles.ssdMPuzzleJigsaw1992Alan Gray11VB1.0NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 11 issue 5 in October 1992.</p> <p>Alan Gray had written the similar, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=2955">commercial version</a> of this game for Silverlind back in 1983.</p>
1377DISC077PlanetariumSuperior SoftwareDisc077-Planetarium.ssdRSimulation (Planetarium)1983Terry Small11NY
1378DISC077PontoonIJK SoftwareDisc077-PontoonIJK.ssdRCard Game (Blackjack)Gambling, Blackjack, Pontoon1982M. SeinIJK Software Cassette 1611NY0
1379DISC077Slay The DragonsModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc077-SlayTheDragons.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Co-ordinates1984David R. GreenModel B Computing Cassette 0511NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 5 in June/July 1984.</p>
1380DISC077Space ChaserA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc077-SpaceChaser.ssdMMazeHead On1983John R. Wilson (J.R. Wilson)11NY0<p>Published in the July/August 1983 issue of A&amp;B Computing.</p>
1381DISC077Space WarpBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc077-SpaceWarp.ssdRSimulation (Space Flight)Strategy198211NY
1382DISC077Sprog!Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc077-SprogE.ssdMPlatformer (Scrolling)Moon Buggy, Caveman1989Graham J. Barlow11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 6, issue 6 in March 1989.
1383DISC077SquaresYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc077-Squares.ssdMMazeAmidar1984Keith Miles11NY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 4 in April 1984.</p>
1384DISC077Trivia QuizBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc077-TriviaQuizSTD.ssdMQuiz1987Jonathan TempleSTD12VB1.9NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 6 issue 7 in December 1987.
1385DISC077UIM (Ultra Intelligent Machine)4th DimensionDisc077-UIMR.ssdRStrategy1989Matthew AtkinsonO111 x Banks SWR RequiredNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC micro, it requires 2 banks of "Sideways RAM".</p>
1386DISC077ZombiesMicro Power (Program Power)Disc077-Zombies.ssdRMazeZombies1982Scott Maxwell11YY0
1387DISC078AwariUnderstandingDisc078-Awari.ssdRStrategy198402NY
1388DISC078Badd EggHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc078-BaddEgg.ssdMMaze1985John Donovan11NYPublished in issue 106 of Home Computing Weekly in April 1985.
1389DISC078Balltrap (AKA Ball Trap)Computer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc078-Balltrap.ssdMBall GameBat And Ball1983Steve Heap11YYPublished In the June 1983 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 20.
1390DISC078BomberSalamanderDisc078-BomberSalamander.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Bomber1983Games Compendium B311NY
1391DISC078Earth BattleA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc078-EarthBattle.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984P.J. Kenworthy11NY0Published in the March/April 1984 issue of A&B Computing.
1392DISC078Garden TroubleAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc078-GardenTrouble.ssdMPlatformer1984Paul Radcliffe11NY Published in Acorn Programs magazine November 1984. Issue 7.
1393DISC078HanoiModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc078-Hanoi.ssdMPuzzleTower Of Hanoi1983Brian McCauleyModel B Computing Cassette 0211NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 2 in December 1983/January 1984.</p>
1394DISC078Hat RaceBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc078-HatRace2P.ssdMPlatformer1985Richard Lewis22VB0.3NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 4 issue 3 in July 1985.
1395DISC078HedgehogBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc078-Hedgehog.ssdMPlatformerFrogger1983Alan Dickinson11NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 2 in June 1983. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 1 in November 1983.
1396DISC078Loopy Loop II8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc078-LoopyLoopII2P.ssdPMazeSnake1992A. Sattar ShakoorLoopy Loop 222NY0Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 21 in September 1992. <br>Also given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 10 in March 1994.
1397DISC078Meteor StormPopular Computing Weekly (Sunshine Publications Ltd.)Disc078-MeteorStorm.ssdMAvoid 'emSpace1983W. Hurwood11NY0<p>The listing was published in Popular Computing Weekly, Vol. 2, No. 13 (31st March 1983).</p>
1398DISC078Mower (AKA Lawn Mower)Your Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc078-Mower.ssdMMaze1983Shingo Sugiura11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 4 in April 1983.
1399DISC078NavigatorElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc078-NavigatorE.ssdMMazeLunar Lander1988Matthew O'Donnell11YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 5 in February 1988.</p>
1400DISC078Race-ChaseYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc078-RaceChase.ssdMDriving (Maze)Head On1984Martin Blackburn11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 6 in June 1984.
1401DISC078Rodeo Games (AKA Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show)TynesoftDisc078-RodeoGamesAKABuffaloBill.ssdRSports (Multi Event)1989Kevin Blake14NY
1402DISC078Spacewar (AKA Space War)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc078-Spacewar.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Derek Hufton11NYPublished in the November/December 1983 issue of A&B Computing.
1403DISC078Trivial Pursuit - Genus EditionDomarkDisc078-TrivialPursuitGenusEdition.ssdRQuiz198816NY
1404DISC078White WidowMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc078-WhiteWidow.ssdRMaze1984Alan SergeantGolden Games11NY0<p>Published on the Micro User "Golden Games" compilation in 1984. The compilation consisted of Bill Bounces Back, Cribbage, Fair Play, Sevens, Which Way, White Widow, Yams, China Drop, Crown Green Bowls, Draw Poker, Explorer Eddie, Master Spy, Patience, and Splat!</p>
1405DISC079Alien DestroyerBeebugsoftDisc079-AlienDestroyer.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983Gareth Bult11NYSold by Beebugsoft. First advertised in volume 2 issue 6 in November 1983.
1406DISC079BeebvadersSelf-publishedDisc079-Beebvaders.ssdWSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1982S.R. Whiting11NY
1407DISC079BertieYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc079-Bertie.ssdMMaze1984C. Stops11NY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 2 in February 1984.</p>
1408DISC079Dog Fight (AKA Dogfight)Bug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc079-DogFightBugByte2P.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Dog Fight1982Trevor Hall22NY
1409DISC079Father ChristmasHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc079-FatherChristmas.ssdMMaze1983Martin Hollis11NYPublished in issue 42 of Home Computing Weekly in December 1983.
1410DISC079Get Set SantaElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc079-GetSetSantaE.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)1985Stephen Martin (Steven Martin)11YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 3, issue 3 in December 1985.</p>
1411DISC079Hunt The Numbers (AKA Number Hunt)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc079-HuntTheNumbers.ssdMMaze1984Kevin Allen11VB0.1YY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 6 in November 1984. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 6 in May 1984.
1412DISC079MazeUnknownDisc079-Maze.ssdWMaze3D Maze198411NY0
1413DISC079MinerIxion SoftwareDisc079-Miner.ssdRMaze1984M.J. Talbot11NY0
1414DISC079Moon PatrolMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc079-MoonPatrolTMU.ssdMMaze1988Andrew Cook11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.6 issue 8 in October 1988
1415DISC079PhoenixSelf-publishedDisc079-Phoenix.ssdWSpace Shooter (Gallery)1985B. Newall11NY
1416DISC079Santa's SleighMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc079-SantasSleigh.ssdMPlatformer1986Andrew WaiteO11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.4 issue 10 in December 1986
1417DISC079Sea BattlePractical Computing (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc079-SeaBattle.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Depthcharge1983Chris Carr11NY0<p>Published in the December 1983 issue of "Practical Computing" magazine. (Volume 6, issue 12).</p>
1418DISC079Tombstone (AKA Shoot 'Em Up)Personal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications)Disc079-ShootEmUpJSTD.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984Kenn GarrochSTDR11NY0<p>Published in Personal Computer News issue 84 in October 1984.</p> <p>This game may not be playable without a joystick. Jsbeeb does not currently emulate a joystick so it might not be possible to play this game on the website. Try using an emulator or a real BBC.</p>
1419DISC079Sorcerer's Domain II (+Editor)AMF-Soft (AMF Soft), BBC PDDisc079-SorcerersDomainIISTD.ssdPPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1991Andrew FlinthamSTDSorcerer's Domain 211NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 19.</p>
1420DISC079Space HawkA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc079-SpaceHawk.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)198611NYPublished in the February 1986 issue of A&B Computing.
1421DISC079Starwars (AKA Star Encounter) (AKA Star Wars)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc079-Starwars.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Christopher Arnold11NYPublished in the November 1984 issue of A&B Computing.
1422DISC079Waiter!Self-publishedDisc079-Waiter.ssdWPlatformer1985A. Baker, R. Horton11NY
1423DISC0803D Noughts & CrossesBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc080-3DNoughtsCrosses.ssdMTraditional GamesNoughts And Crosses1982J. Banks (Orbit)Beebugsoft Games 212NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 1 issue 1 in April 1982. <br />Also sold by Beebugsoft along with <a href="game.php?id=2568">Moon Lander</a> as "Games 2". First advertised in volume 1 issue 4, although it may have been advertised on a seperate leaflet slightly earlier. <br />Published on the Elbug Magazine introductory cassette in 1983. <br />First advertised in Elbug volume 1 issue 1, but available via the Orbit user Group before this.</p>
1424DISC080BomberYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc080-BomberYourComputer.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Bomber1983Shingo Sugiura11NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 10 in October 1983.
1425DISC080Cat-Napper (AKA Catnap)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc080-CatNapper.ssdMPlatformer1984Graham Leng11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 4 in June 1985
1426DISC080Chinese ChequersBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc080-ChineseChequers.ssdMBoard Game (Chinese Chequers)Chinese Chequers1985Peter Clamp11VB0.1NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 4 issue 7 in December 1985.
1427DISC080Connect 4Self-publishedDisc080-Connect42P.ssdPTraditional Games (Connect 4)Connect 41985Brian Richardson22NY0
1428DISC080DartsYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc080-DartsYourComputer2P.ssdMSport (Darts)1984David GriffinO22NYPublished in Your Computer Magazine volume 4 issue 12 in December 1984.
1429DISC080Fair PlayMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc080-FairPlay.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1984Dennis IbbotsonGolden Games11NY0<p>Published on the Micro User "Golden Games" compilation in 1984. The compilation consisted of Bill Bounces Back, Cribbage, Fair Play, Sevens, Which Way, White Widow, Yams, China Drop, Crown Green Bowls, Draw Poker, Explorer Eddie, Master Spy, Patience, and Splat!</p>
1430DISC080Footballer Of The YearGremlinDisc080-FootballerOfTheYearSTT.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy1987Mark RogersSTT11NY
1431DISC080Indy 500PajsoftDisc080-Indy500.ssdWDriving (Vertical)Monaco GP198311NY
1432DISC080International MegasportsAudiogenic Software Ltd.Disc080-InternationalMegasportsD.ssdRSports (Multi Event)1986John AddisonComplete BBC14NY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1433DISC080Maze DuelAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc080-MazeDuel2P.ssdMMaze1993Paul Hallam22NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 issue 6 in August 1993.
1434DISC080Nightmare Park (AKA Nitemare Park)8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Electron User Group, BBC PDDisc080-NightmareParkJohnHenson.ssdPArcadeAdventure, Puzzle, Nightmare Park1989John Henson11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 05 in September 1990. <br />Published on BBC PD Disc 64. (This is an updated version to that found on BBC PD Disc 10.)<br />Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 46 in November 1999.</p>
1435DISC080OhioDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc080-Ohio.ssdMPuzzle1988Des Catlin11NY0<p>Published on the October 1988 issue of Disk User. Issue 12.</p>
1436DISC080Rabid RiderUnknownDisc080-RabidRiderSTD.ssdWDriving (Motorbike)Motorbike Jumping, Daredevil Dennis (Dare Devil Denis)1986STD11NY0
1437DISC080Raving RollerElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc080-RavingRollerE.ssdMMaze1985Mark Turner11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 3, issue 1 in October 1985.
1438DISC080Roobix TimepieceLet's Compute! (Database Publications)Disc080-RoobixTimepiece.ssdMPuzzle1990Mike GoldbergLet's Compute! Tape 1Let's Compute! Tape 111NYPublished on the "Let's Compute!" subscribers disc/tape, first available in August 1990. It did not appear in the magazine.
1439DISC080Splat The Rat! (AKA Rat-Splat)BeebugsoftDisc080-SplatTheRat.ssdRDriving (Maze)1982Beebugsoft Games 311NY0<p>Sold by Beebugsoft as "Games 3". The games were <a href="game.php?id=1576">Mindbender</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1562">Shape Match</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1439">Splat The Rat!</a></p> <p>First advertised in volume 1 issue 4, although it may have been advertised on a seperate leaflet slightly earlier.</p> <p>**There is evidence that early copies of "Games 3" just included Mindbender and Shape Match, but NOT Splat The Rat!</p>
1440DISC080Volt ZoneElectron Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc080-VoltZoneE.ssdMMaze1986Scott Green11YesNY0Published on the Electron Computing issue 6 cassette in 1986.
1441DISC081Alien 32Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc081-Alien32.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1993Paul Hallam11NY0<p>Originally written in 1989 and credited to Fridge Soft.</p> <p>Later given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 special in late 1993.</p>
1442DISC081TheBanana GameBananasoftDisc081-BananaGame.ssdWMaze1984Jonathan Clayden11NY
1443DISC081Bomb-OutUnknownDisc081-BombOut.ssdWShooter (Gallery)Bomber198411NY
1444DISC081BomberAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Addison-Wesley Publishers Ltd.)Disc081-Bomber.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Bomber1982Joe Telford11NYPublished in the November 1982 issue of Acorn User.
1445DISC081Break DownBBC PD, Electron User GroupDisc081-BreakDown.ssdPBat And BallBreakout, Pong1992Joshua Westbury11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 117.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 34 in October 1997.</p>
1446DISC081CatacastlesMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc081-Catacastles2P.ssdMShooter (Strategy)Worms, Trajectory1985Thomas Evans22NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 1 in March 1985
1447DISC081CyclesUnknownDisc081-Cycles2P.ssdWMazeTron, Light Cycles198422NY
1448DISC081Easter MazeMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc081-EasterMaze.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man198411NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 2 in April 1984</p>
1449DISC081Fighter PatrolGremlin IIDisc081-FighterPatrol.ssdPShooter (Scrolling)1985J. Gillibrand11NY0
1450DISC081Fly (AKA Mutant Fly)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc081-Fly.ssdMMazeTrap fly1985John McCauley11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 5 in July 1985
1451DISC081GalaxianSoftware InvasionDisc081-GalaxianSoftwareInvasion.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian198311NY
1452DISC081Nightmare ParkSelf-publishedDisc081-NightmareParkPaulVigaySTD.ssdPArcadeAdventure, Puzzle, Nightmare Park1983Paul Vigay, Bob ChappellSTD11V1.0NY0<p>This is <a href="http://www.vigay.com/software/nightmare.html">a conversion of the earlier Commodore PET game</a>. Originally authored by Bob Chappell.</p>
1453DISC081PowerplayArcana Software DesignDisc081-Powerplay2PD.ssdRRPG1985O24NY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1454DISC081RobolBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc081-Robol.ssdMPuzzle1993Miroslaw Bobrowski11VB2.5NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 11 issue 10 in April 1993. <br />A more extensive, 50 screen version was published on the following month's subscribers disc. Volume 12 issue 1 in May 1993.</p> <p>Later, an updated version which allowed you to retract your moves instead of having to start again was published in Volume 12 issue 7 in December 1993.</p> <p>This is the December 1993 version.</p>
1455DISC081Slatter8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc081-Slatter.ssdPPuzzle1991A. Sattar Shakoor11NY0Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 16 in October 1991. <br>Also given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 12 in January 1995.
1456DISC081Super FruitAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Addison-Wesley Publishers Ltd.)Disc081-SuperFruit.ssdMSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1983Joe Telford11NY0<p>Published in Acorn User December 1983 pp.37&ndash;39 as part of an article on graphics by Joe Telford.</p>
1457DISC081Tex 'n' DanElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc081-TexnDanE.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Boot Hill on an angle1985Ken Goodacre12YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 2, issue 12 in September 1985.
1458DISC081Wall Of DeathG. StaffordDisc081-WallOfDeath.ssdWSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984G. Stafford11NY
1459DISC082BackgammonMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc082-BackgammonAlternative.ssdMBoard Game (Backgammon)Backgammon1984Jeff Aughton11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 5 in July 1984
1460DISC082BattleshipsSelf-publishedDisc082-Battleships.ssdWTraditional GamesStrategy, Battleships1982R. Darlington11NY
1461DISC082Beebmaze (AKA Beeb Maze) (AKA 3D Maze)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc082-Beebmaze.ssdMMaze3D Maze1983R.R. Hull11NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 1 issue 9 in February 1983. <br> The magazine notes the original algorithms were by Wynfield James from an article in Practical Computing. <br>Published on the Elbug Magazine introductory cassette in 1983 as 3D Maze. <br>First advertised in Elbug volume 1 issue 1, but available via the Orbit user Group before this.
1462DISC082CyclesUnknownDisc082-Cycles.ssdWMazeTron, Light Cycles198511NY
1463DISC082Dive-BomberBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc082-DiveBomber.ssdMShooter (Scrolling)1984N. Mallinson11VB1.2NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 3 in July 1984. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 3 in January/February 1984.
1464DISC082ExplosionModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS), Electron Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc082-Explosion2P.ssdMBoard Game1985Mark StolworthyModel B Computing Cassette 0912NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 9 in February/March 1985. <br />The Electron version of this game was published on Electron Computing issue 5 cassette in late 1985.</p>
1465DISC082Gladiator 83 (AKA Gladiator)Practical Computing (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc082-Gladiator.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1983Mark Beerling11NY0<p>Published in the January 1983 issue of Practical Computing magazine (volume 6, issue 1).</p>
1466DISC082Grid IronTop TenDisc082-GridIron.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy, American Football1987Grid Iron 111NY
1467DISC082Mine Sweeper8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Acorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc082-MineSweeperSTD.ssdPStrategyClear mines1993Carl WheatSTD11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 30 in October 1993.</p> <p>Published on the December 1993 issue of the Acorn User subscriber's disc.</p>
1468DISC082Monster's GoldElbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Electron User GroupDisc082-MonstersGoldE.ssdMPlatformer1986Andrew Logan11YesNY0<p>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 3 issue 3 in January 1986. <br />Please note: The above date is a guess based on information contained in the listing, as this issue of the magazine is currently missing from the archive.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 39 in August 1998.</p>
1469DISC082PontoonSnailmanDisc082-PontoonSnailmanSTD.ssdWCard Game (Blackjack)Gambling, Blackjack, Pontoon1989SnailmanSTD11NY0
1470DISC082Reverse CoinsSelf-publishedDisc082-ReverseCoins.ssdPBoard Game (Reversi)Reversi1984Paul Bedford11NY0
1471DISC082ReversiSelf-publishedDisc082-Reversi.ssdWBoard Game (Reversi)Reversi1989Wouter Scholton11NY
1472DISC082Splash!Personal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc082-Splash.ssdMPuzzle1984Jeff AughtonPCW Games Collection (BOOK)11NY0<p>Published in the April 1984 issue of Personal Computer World magazine (PCW).</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>This a new and different board game for two players: the computer and you. The players take turns to 'drop' their counters onto their chosen square in a 7 by 7 grid, but the 'splash' of colour onto surrounding squares may give your opponent the advantage. The effects are predictable and the computer can keep track of what will happen, but can you?</p> <p>Full instructions are contained within the program. Lines 2000-2330 contain an assembly language routine and you should be especially careful to type these lines exactly as they are shown.</p> </blockquote> <p>&nbsp;</p>
1473DISC082Superman: Man Of SteelTynesoftDisc082-SupermanManOfSteel.ssdRShooter (Gallery)1989Kevin Blake11Tape VersionNY0<p>To run the game, you have to type&nbsp;<em>CHAIN "LOADER"</em></p> <p>There were thirty-one files on the original disc, which is the limit for the standard Acorn DFS disc filing system.&nbsp;Therefore there was no room for a <em>!BOOT</em> file. So, to run the game, you have to type <em>CHAIN "LOADER"</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
1474DISC082X-15Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc082-X15.ssdMSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Scramble1985David Pilling11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 2 in April 1985
1475DISC082Yellow Rock CavernsUnknownDisc082-YellowRockCaverns.ssdWPlatformer198511NY
1476DISC082ZapElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc082-ZapE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1986Philip Clarkson11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 3, issue 8 in May 1986.
1477DISC0833D Bowling AlleySelf-publishedDisc083-3DBowlingAlley.ssdWSport (10 Pin Bowling)1983Melvyn Wright11NY
1478DISC083Block-InAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc083-BlockIn.ssdMPuzzleTetris1993Michael Elson12NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 issue 6 in August 1993.
1479DISC083Cybot (AKA Cybot!)Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc083-Cybot.ssdMArcade Adventure1994Julian Brown11NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 1 in March 1994.
1480DISC083DraughtsBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc083-BeebugDraughts.ssdMBoard Game (Draughts)Draughts1989David Spencer11VB1.00NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 7 issue 8 in January 1989.
1481DISC083Falklands Bombing Raid (AKA Falklands Raid)Personal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications)Disc083-FalklandsBombingRaid.ssdMShooter1983A.D. Poole11NYPublished in Personal Computer News issues 36 and 37 in November 1983.
1482DISC083Fruit MachineSelf-publishedDisc083-FruitMachineACrump.ssdWSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1982A. Crump11NY0
1483DISC083GomokuModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc083-GomokuMBC.ssdMBoard Game (Gomoku)Gomoku1984Model B Computing Cassette 0411NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 4 in April/May 1984.</p>
1484DISC083Grid Iron 2AlternativeDisc083-GridIron2.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy, American Football1989ClockwizeGrid Iron 211NY
1485DISC083HelichopperAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc083-Helichopper.ssdMShooter (Scrolling)1994Paul Hallam11NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 3 in May 1994.
1486DISC083Maze (AKA 3D Maze)Acorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc083-MazeAcornUser.ssdMMaze3D Maze1986David LawrenceAcorn User Games Compendium11NY0<p>Published in the September 1986 issue of Acorn User. <br />Published on the Acorn User games compendium tape in October 1986. <br />The compendium comprises <a href="game.php?id=463">Spectramania</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1077">Quadline</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1274">Picture Slide</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1486">Maze</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1693">Acorn User Office Adventure</a>, <a href="game.php?id=753">Shuggy's Garden</a>, <a href="game.php?id=391">Run Silent Run Deep</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1136">Adventure</a>.</p>
1487DISC083Maze-ManVirgin GamesDisc083-MazeManVCG.ssdWMazeArcade, Pac-Man198311NY0
1488DISC083Noughts And CrossesUnknownDisc083-NoughtsAndCrosses.ssdWTraditional Games (Noughts And Crosses)Noughts And Crosses198211NY
1489DISC083PatienceIJK Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc083-Patience.ssdRCard Games1982T.C. AtthowIJK Software Cassette 1611NY0Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 48 in March 1996.
1490DISC083RoverMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc083-Rover.ssdMMaze1985Graham D. Walkden11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 11 in January 1985
1491DISC083Rubik's CubeUnknownDisc083-RubiksCube.ssdWPuzzleSimulation (Rubik's Cube)198411NY0
1492DISC083SolitaireUnknownDisc083-SolitaireEJAllen.ssdWBoard Game (Solitaire)Solitaire1992E.J. Allen11NY0
14932123DISC083Spooky House [hack]N/ADisc083-SpookyHouseAdventure.ssdLAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics198511NY0<p>This looks like a hacked version of Usborne's <a href="game.php?id=2123">Haunted House</a></p>
1494DISC083Starfire (AKA Star Fire)BeebugsoftDisc083-Starfire.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1982M.J. TaylorBeebugsoft Games 111NY0<p>Sold by Beebugsoft, first advertised in volume 1 issue 4 in July 1982, although it may have been advertised on a seperate leaflet slightly earlier. <br />Sold as "Games 1". <br />Joystick support added on page 34 of Beebug magazine volume 1 issue 7 in November 1982.</p>
1495DISC084Dog Fight (AKA 3D Dog Fight)Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc084-3DDogFight2P.ssdMShooter3D1994Andrew Bennett22NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 issue 13 in February 1994.
1496DISC084AndroidzAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc084-Androidz.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1994Stephen Scott11NY0<p>Given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing magazine (formerly The Micro User), volume 12, issue 4, in June 1994.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-182</p> <p>The <a href="https://github.com/sassquad/androidz">source for Androidz</a> has been published.</p>
1497DISC084Barny-BeeMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc084-BarnyBee.ssdMCollect 'Em Up1988Barny Short (B.T. Short)11NY0<p>Published in Micro User magazine, volume 5, issue 11, in January 1988.</p>
1498DISC084BBC Mastermind (+Quizmaster)Mirrorsoft, Ivan Berg SoftwareDisc084-BBCMastermindSTD.ssdRQuizTV Show1984Ivan BergSTD11NY
1499DISC084Beeb Invaders (AKA BBC Invaders) (AKA Chunky Invaders)Computer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.), Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc084-BeebInvaders.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1982Robin Whitehead11YY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 1 issue 4 in July 1982 as Chunky Invaders.</p> <p>A slightly ammended listing was published In the October 1983 issue of Computer &amp; Video Games, Issue 24, as Beeb Invaders.</p>
1500DISC084BloboUnknownDisc084-Blobo.ssdWSpace Shooter (Gallery)Breakout, Invaders198411NY
1501DISC084Cave FlightComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc084-CaveFlight.ssdMSpace (Scrolling)1983S.R. Blackburn11NYPublished In the January 1983 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 15.
1502DISC084CubitElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc084-CubitE.ssdMPlatformerQ*Bert1987Ken Goodacre11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 4, issue 9 in June 1987.
1503DISC084Dogfight (AKA Dog Fight) (AKA Super Combat)Personal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc084-DogfightPCW2P.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984E.J. BarfieldPCW Games Collection (BOOK)22NY0<p>Published in the February 1984 issue of Personal Computer World magazine (PCW).</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>Dogfight is an excellent 'shoot 'em up' type of game, but it is somewhat unusual because it involves two players playing against each other.</p> <p>The game is an air battle between two planes - a dogfight, in fact. The aim is to score 10 hits against your opponent before you run out of fuel. Each player has a choice of either a jet or a biplane; the jet is faster but has a larger turning circle and consumes more fuel.</p> <p>Having selected their planes the players must choose the amount ammunition they wish to take with them on their sortie; this should be a value between 10 and 99. You will also be asked if you wish to fly in a clear sky or one with clouds. Novice pilots may need the security of clouds because the opposing flyer cannot shoot down while you are hidden from view. The controls are:</p> <table style="border-collapse: collapse; width: 100%;" border="1"> <tbody> <tr style="height: 18px;"> <td style="width: 50%; height: 18px; text-align: center;">PLAYER 1 (blue)</td> <td style="width: 50%; height: 18px; text-align: center;">PLAYER 2 (black)</td> </tr> <tr style="height: 18px;"> <td style="width: 50%; height: 18px; text-align: center;">W=Left</td> <td style="width: 50%; height: 18px; text-align: center;">O=Left</td> </tr> <tr style="height: 18px;"> <td style="width: 50%; height: 18px; text-align: center;">E=Right</td> <td style="width: 50%; height: 18px; text-align: center;">P=Right</td> </tr> <tr style="height: 18px;"> <td style="width: 50%; height: 18px; text-align: center;">A=Fire</td> <td style="width: 50%; height: 18px; text-align: center;">K=Fire</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p>&nbsp;</p> </blockquote>
1504DISC084HangmanBlue RibbonDisc084-HangmanBlueRibbon.ssdRWord Games (Hangman)Hangman1985Mike Goldberg11NY
1505DISC084JumboMolimerx Ltd. (Molymerx)Disc084-Jumbo.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator1982John Taylor11NY
1506DISC084Mouse TrapYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc084-MouseTrapYourComputer.ssdMMazeTrap the ball (mouse)1983David Cadin11V1NY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 8 in August 1983.</p>
1507DISC084RadiumElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc084-RadiumE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1990Lyn Davis11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 7, issue 9 in June 1990.
1508DISC084Samantha Fox Strip PokerMartechDisc084-SamanthaFoxStripPokerD.ssdRCard Game (Poker)Gambling, Poker1988Michael Archer, David Wainwright11NY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1509DISC084Shuffle (AKA Sliding Block Puzzle)BudgieDisc084-ShuffleAKASlidingBlockPuzzle.ssdRPuzzleSliding Block Puzzle1985Roger NaylorO11NY0
1510DISC084Super FruitsBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc084-SuperFruitsBeebug.ssdMSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling199411NY0<p>Published on the Beebug Magazine subscribers disc, volume 12 issue 9 in March 1994.</p>
1511DISC084Terras 5Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc084-Terras5.ssdMArcadeLunar Lander, Thrust1988Owen R. Thomas11VB1.0NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 6 issue 8 in January 1988.</p>
1512DISC084WaterlooLothlorienDisc084-Waterloo.ssdRStrategy1985G.M. HodgsonO12NY
1513DISC085Amazed Knight8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc085-AmazedKnight.ssdPAdventureGraphic Adventure1996V. Horgan11NY0Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 47 in February 1996.
1514DISC085AudaxA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc085-Audax.ssdMAvoid 'em1983Tim D. Rogers11YY0Published in the September/October 1983 issue of A&B Computing.
1515DISC085BeebgammonBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc085-Beebgammon.ssdRBoard Game (Backgammon)Backgammon198211YY
1516DISC085Black HolesModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS), Electron User Group, Century Communications Ltd.Disc085-BlackHoles.ssdMPuzzleKeep colours apart1984Freda PerrowPCW Games Collection (BOOK)Model B Computing Cassette 0711NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 7 in October/November 1984.</p> <p>Published as part of the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=PCW+Games+Collection&amp;sort=b">PCW Games Collection</a></p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 40 in October 1998.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>Black Holes is not a high-speed action game, but a game of skill and strategy with a little bit of luck thrown in for good measure.</p> <p>Twenty-five aliens appear at the bottom of the screen, one at a time and in one of five colours. The colour of each is chosen at random and your task is to store these creatures in the black holes. Each black hole is identified by a letter, and you choose them by pressing the appropriate keys on the keyboard.</p> <p>The first four aliens that appear must be placed in the four corners of the grid. After that they may be placed anywhere on the screen, providing the following rules are obeyed:</p> <ol> <li>Each alien must be placed next to another one.</li> <li>Aliens of the same colour must not be placed next to each other.</li> <li>Aliens must be stored before they cross the screen, otherwise the game is lost.</li> </ol> </blockquote>
1517DISC085CheesePersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc085-Cheese.ssdBCatch 'em1983Paul Bradshaw, James ByrneBest Of PCW Software For The BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>Originally authored by Paul Bradshaw, and converted for the BBC Micro by James Byrne.</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=best+of+PCW+software&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Best of PCW software for the BBC Micro</a> compilation from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The accompanying book contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>This is a nice simple game in which you play the role of a sly cat. Your task is to prevent mice from eating a hunk of cheese. Instructions for moving, and for trapping mice, will appear on the screen when the program is run.</p> <p>You score points for eating the mice as quickly as possible when they appear. If you don't kill them they will eventually run into the cheese and take a huge bite out of it. When all the cheese is gone the game is over. Happy mouse-hunting!</p> </blockquote>
1518DISC085Code BreakerAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc085-CodeBreaker.ssdMPuzzleMastermind1984Roland WaddiloveTriple Decker 09, Ten Of The Best vol. 2Triple Decker 0911NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.1 issue 9 in June 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 09 compilation.</p>
1519DISC085Colony (AKA Lemmings)Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc085-Colony.ssdMSave 'em UpLemmings1994Michael Elson11NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 2 in April 1994.
1520DISC085Corn CropperCCSDisc085-CornCropper.ssdRSimulation (Agriculture)1983P. Martin11YY
1521DISC085Cricket (AKA Howszat Cricket)A&F SoftwareDisc085-CricketAKAHowszat.ssdRSport (Cricket)1983G.R. Owen11NY
1522DISC085Egg ManiaElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc085-EggManiaE.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)1990S. Clark11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 7, issue 8 in May 1990.
1523DISC085GolfBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc085-GolfBugByte.ssdRSport (Golf)198212NY
1524DISC085King KongMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc085-KingKong.ssdMShooter (Gallery)198311NYPublished in BBC Micro User Magazine vol.1 issue 2 in April 1983
1525DISC085LabyrinthComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc085-LabyrinthCVG.ssdMMaze3D Maze1985Jo Edkins11NY0<p>Published In the August 1985 issue of Computer &amp; Video Games. Issue 46.</p>
1526DISC085PontoonH-Soft (H. Soft)Disc085-PontoonHSoft.ssdRCard Game (Blackjack)Gambling, Blackjack, Pontoon1983S. Cowham11NY0
1527DISC085Power Boats (AKA Power Boat Race)Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc085-PowerBoatsE.ssdMDriving (Boat)1984Charles Francis11YesE0.3NY0Published in Elbug Magazine volume 2 issue 2 in December 1984.
1528DISC085Snip SnapBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc085-SnipSnap.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1984David Pilling11VB0.4NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 3 in July 1984.</p>
1529DISC085Sporting TrianglesCDS Software Ltd.Disc085-SportingTriangles.ssdRQuiz (Sports)Sports Quiz1989Mike Williams13Disc VersionNY
1530DISC085Train TroubleElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc085-TrainTroubleE.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1986Steve Merrigan11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 4, issue 2 in November 1986.
1531DISC086Battle 1917CCSDisc086-Battle19172P.ssdRStrategy1983P. Martin22NY0
1532DISC086Black Widow IIAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc086-BlackWidowII.ssdMArcade Adventure1994James Watson11NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 8 in October 1994. <br>B-Em GRAPHICS CORRUPTION
1533DISC086EnigmaCervin GamesDisc086-Enigma.ssdPArcade Adventure1990Andrew Virica, Daniel Pugh11NY0
1534DISC086Flying SorcererSelf-publishedDisc086-FlyingSorceror.ssdWSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983David J. HoskinsO11NY
1535DISC086Fruit Machine (AKA Fruit Machine Game)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc086-FruitMachineGame.ssdMSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1984A. Hayden11VB0.7NY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 7 in December 1984.</p>
1536DISC086GoblinsMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc086-Goblins.ssdMMaze198311NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.1 issue 9 in November 1983
1537DISC086Great Britain Ltd.HesselDisc086-GreatBritainLimitedSTT.ssdRSimulation (Politics)1982Simon W. HesselSTT11NY
1538DISC086Invasion (AKA Invasion Of The Aliens) (AKA Down Fall) (AKA Downfall)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc086-InvasionGame.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983Alan Webster11YY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 1 in April 1983. Listed as "Invasion".<br />Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 5 in April 1984. Listed as "Invasion of the Aliens".</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Published in Big K magazine issue 1 in April 1984. Listed as "Downfall".</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Please note that in April 1983, Beebug magazine lists the author of the game as Alan Webster. The April 1984 edition of Elbug lists the author as Alan Webster, but in April 1984, "Big K" magazine has the listing credited to "Jonathan Adams".</p>
1539DISC086AMillion Mazes (A-Maze-ing)LCLDisc086-MillionMazesAMazeing.ssdRMaze1983Genevieve Ludinski11NY
1540DISC086Para-Invaders (AKA Para-Invasion)Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc086-ParaInvadersE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1985Kevin Allen11YesE0.1NY0<p>Published in Elbug (now a supplement to Beebug Magazine) volume 2 issue 4 in March 1985.</p>
1541DISC086ParanoidCervin GamesDisc086-Paranoid.ssdPArcade Adventure1990Andrew Virica, Daniel Pugh11NY0
1542DISC086Pyron SlayerElectroDisc086-PyronSlayer.ssdWSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983David J. Hoskins11NY
1543DISC086Revenge Of The SnowmenMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc086-RevengeOfTheSnowmen2P.ssdMShooter (Gallery)2 Player, Angle, Strategy1990Jonathan Perry, Pali Rao22NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.7 issue 11 in January 1990 THIS GAME HAS A SLIGHT GRAPHICS GLITCH
1544DISC086Santa On The TilesElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc086-SantaOnTheTilesE.ssdMPlatformerHunchback in a red suit1987Anthony Houghton11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 3 in December 1987.
1545DISC086Santa's Slip-Up!Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Europress Publications)Disc086-SantasSlipUp.ssdMPlatformer1991Oliver Bishop11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.9 issue 10 in December 1991.
1546DISC086Santa's WorkshopElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc086-SantasWorkshopE.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1988A.D. Weatherill11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 6, issue 3 in December 1988.
1547DISC086Tomb Of SyrinxPower House, TheDisc086-TombOfSyrinx.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)1987Matthew Atkinson11NY0
1548DISC086Zuyder ZeeMRM SoftwareDisc086-ZuyderZee.ssdUShooter (Gallery)Shoot with mud balls1984Simon WilliamsO11NY
1549DISC087AirlineCCSDisc087-Airline.ssdRSimulation (Business)1983Julian Jiggins11YY
1550DISC087DartsMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc087-Darts.ssdMSport (Darts)1988Chris Ewels12NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.6 issue 2 in April 1988
1551DISC087DraughtsMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc087-DraughtsTMU2P.ssdMBoard Game (Draughts)Draughts1985Brian Bond, Martin BondO22NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 5 in July 1985
1552DISC087Duel (AKA Space Duel)Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc087-Duel2P.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Boot Hill, Spaceships1989Neil Davidson22NY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 6, issue 9 in June 1989.</p>
1553DISC087EscapeModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc087-Escape.ssdMMaze1983Model B Computing Cassette 0111NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 1 in October/November 1983.</p>
1554DISC087Fruit MachineComputer ConceptsDisc087-FruitMachineComputerConcepts.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1983Mike Tinning11YY0
1555DISC087Heat-SeekerAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc087-HeatSeeker.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1993Andrew Weston11NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 issue 8 in October 1993.
1556DISC087Identify EuropeKosmosDisc087-IdentifyEuropeEdit.ssdRQuizGeography Quiz198311Disc EditNY
1557DISC087Master BreakSuperior SoftwareDisc087-MasterBreakD.ssdRQuiz1991Walter MansellPlay It Again Sam 1714Disc VersionNY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1558DISC087Poker DiceMicro Power (Program Power)Disc087-PokerDiceMicroPower.ssdRTraditional GamesGambling, Poker with Dice1982Geoff Smith16NY0
1559DISC087Reaction TesterAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc087-ReactionTester.ssdMReaction Tester1984Pete DavidsonTriple Decker 07, Ten Of The Best vol. 2Triple Decker 0711NY0<p>Published in Electron User Magazine vol.1 issue 6 in March 1984. <br />Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 07 compilation.</p>
1560DISC087Roll Of HonourBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc087-RollOfHonour.ssdMDice Game1987Philip Thomas14VB0.4NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 6 issue 1 in May 1987.
1561DISC087RouletteMicro Power (Program Power)Disc087-Roulette.ssdRCasino Game (Roulette)Roulette198216NY
1562DISC087Shape MatchBeebugsoftDisc087-ShapeMatch2P.ssdRPuzzleMemory Test1982R. LoweBeebugsoft Games 322YY0<p>Sold by Beebugsoft as "Games 3". The games were <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1576">Mindbender</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1562">Shape Match</a>, and <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1439">Splat The Rat!</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>First advertised in volume 1 issue 4, although it may have been advertised on a seperate leaflet slightly earlier.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>**There is evidence that early copies of "Games 3" just included Mindbender and Shape Match, but NOT Splat The Rat.</p>
1563DISC087Space PilotMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc087-SpacePilotTMU.ssdMShooter (Scrolling)Time Pilot198311NYPublished in BBC Micro User Magazine vol.1 issue 4 in June 1983
1564DISC087SwimmingHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc087-Swimming.ssdMSport (Swimming)Button basher1985Stuart Smalley12NYPublished in issue 122 of Home Computing Weekly in July 1985.
1565DISC087TennisAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc087-Tennis.ssdMPongPong1984J. Bradshaw12NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine June/July 1984. Issue 4.
1566DISC087VulturesPractical Computing (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc087-Vultures.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984J.R. Gallimore11NY0<p>Published in the September 1984 issue of "Practical Computing" magazine. (Volume 7 Issue 9).</p>
1567DISC088BattlefieldsBBC SoftDisc088-BattlefieldsEdit.ssdRStrategy1985Humphrey Walwyn11Disc EditNY
1568DISC088Brian Clough's Football FortunesCDS Software Ltd.Disc088-BCloughsFootballFortunes2P.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy1987Mike Williams25NY
1569DISC088Bridge ChallengeLivewire Software Ltd.Disc088-BridgeChallengeE.ssdRCard Game (Bridge)Bridge198411YesNY
1570DISC088Bridge Master With Terence ReeseSelf-publishedDisc088-BridgeMasterEdit.ssdRCard Game (Bridge)Bridge1983Jonathan Keyne11Disc EditNY0<p>The program was written and published by Jonathan Keyne.</p> <p>The bridge expertise was supplied by Terence Reese, a well known bridge expert.</p>
1571DISC088CryptonElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc088-CryptonE.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1988Keith Owen11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 12 in September 1988.
1572DISC088Dungeon QuestElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc088-DungeonQuestE.ssdMAdventureGraphic Adventure1985Matthew Holroyd11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 3, issue 1 in October 1985.
1573DISC088Escape The Goulogs (AKA Goulogs Escape)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc088-EscapeTheGoulogs.ssdMMazeBalloon1984Phil Brooks11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 8 in October 1984
1574DISC088Knights Game (AKA Knight Game) (AKA Knights Journey)Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc088-KnightGame.ssdMBoard GameSolitaire1994Barny Short (B.T. Short)11NY0<p>Given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User magazine), volume 12, issue 9, in November 1994. Given away <em>again</em> on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing, volume 12, issue 13, in February 1995.</p>
1575DISC088MasterbrainBBC SoftDisc088-Masterbrain.ssdRPuzzleMastermind1982Games Of Strategy11YY
1576DISC088MindbenderBeebugsoftDisc088-Mindbender.ssdRPuzzleMastermind1982Rob PickeringBeebugsoft Games 311V2.3YY0<p>Sold by Beebugsoft as "Games 3". The games were <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1576">Mindbender</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1562">Shape Match</a>, and <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1439">Splat The Rat!</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>First advertised in volume 1 issue 4, although it may have been advertised on a seperate leaflet slightly earlier.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>**There is evidence that early copies of "Games 3" just included Mindbender and Shape Match, but NOT Splat The Rat.</p>
1577DISC088OwzatVirgin GamesDisc088-OwzatEdit.ssdRSport (Cricket)198311Disc EditNY
1578DISC088PinballMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc088-Pinball.ssdMSimulation (Pinball)1988Terry BluntO11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.5 issue 12 in February 1988
1579DISC088ProtectorAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc088-Protector.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1984Graham Granger11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine April/May 1984. Issue 3.
1580DISC088Quiz Quest (+Editor)AlligataDisc088-QuizQuestSTD.ssdRQuiz1986Andrew GibsonSTD11Disc VersionNYFILES MUST BE UNLOCKED ON DISC
1581DISC088ReversiMicrobyteDisc088-ReversiE.ssdRBoard Game (Reversi)Reversi198311YesNY
1582DISC088Star Force SevenBug-Byte (Bug Byte), Argus Press Software (APS)Disc088-StarForceSeven.ssdRSimulation (Space Flight)Strategy1983Ian SoutarBug-Byte Collection 111NY0
1583DISC088Super DiggaElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc088-SuperDiggaE.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1988Stephen Martin (Steven Martin)11YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 5 in February 1988.</p>
1584DISC088Turf FormBlue RibbonDisc088-TurfForm.ssdRHorse Racing Season Record KeeperGambling, Record Horse Form1988Peter Heaven11NY0
1585DISC089Air-Traffic Control SimulatorMicrodealDisc089-AirTrafficControlSimulator.ssdRSimulationSimulation (Air Traffic Control)1983G+G SoftwareO11NY0
1586DISC089Alien Blaster (AKA Blaster)Personal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Electron User Group, Century Communications Ltd.Disc089-AlienBlaster.ssdBSpace Shooter (Gallery)1983Alan Green, Daniel LucasBest Of PCW Software For The BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>Originally authored for the Sinclair Spectrum by Alan Green, then converted for the BBC Micro by Daniel Lucas.</p> <p>The original Spectrum listing was published in issue 1 (Summer 1983) of Personal Computer Games magazine from VNU publishing.</p> <p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=best+of+PCW+software&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Best of PCW software for the BBC Micro</a> compilation from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 40 in October 1998.</p> <p>The book accompanying the <em>Best of PCW Software for the BBC</em> compilation contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>This is a simple but addictive game that uses sound and colour to good effect.</p> <p>Menacing Aliens are trying to colonise the earth and to save us all you must shoot them down before they land. Inexorably, the nearer they get the higher they score, and you have got to act very fast - only five have to land to take over the planet!</p> </blockquote>
1587DISC089Bomb AlertElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc089-BombAlertE.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Maze, Sharks1988S. Burnett, D. Burnett11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 9 in June 1988.
1588DISC089ChampionsPeaksoftDisc089-Champions.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy198211NY
1589DISC089Football DirectorCDS Software Ltd.Disc089-FootballDirectorSTD.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy1988Mike WilliamsSTD11NY
1590DISC089Gold MineSelf-publishedDisc089-GoldMine.ssdWMazeBoulder Dash1985David Yip11NY
1591DISC089HILOModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc089-Hilo.ssdMCard GameHigher And Lower, Gambling, Play your cards right1984Mark StolworthyModel B Computing Cassette 0811NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 8 in December 1984/January 1985.</p>
1592DISC089Maltese CrossMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc089-MalteseCross.ssdMTraditional Games (Dominoes)1986David Wale14NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.4 issue 9 in November 1986
1593DISC089MegaroidsMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc089-Megaroids.ssdMAvoid 'em1986Peter Mujtaba11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 11 in January 1986
1594DISC089Micro DerbyBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc089-MicroDerby.ssdRSport (Horse Racing)Gambling198216NY0
1595DISC089Microgo1 (AKA Micro Go 1)Edge Computers Ltd.Disc089-Microgo1.ssdRBoard Game (Go)Go198411NY
1596DISC089AQuestion Of SportSuperior SoftwareDisc089-QuestionOfSport.ssdRQuiz (Sports)Sports Quiz1988121770 DFS RequiredNYBeebem problems with DFS 1.20
1597DISC089Roving Robot (AKA Android Antics)Games Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc089-RovingRobot.ssdMPlatformer1984Peter ScottRoving Robot 111NY0<p>Published in Games Computing magazine, issue 6, June 1984.</p>
1598DISC089Snap Dragon (AKA Snapdragon)Alternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc089-SnapDragon2P.ssdMCard Game (Snap)Snap1986P. Ord, K. OwensTriple Decker 06Triple Decker 0622NY0Published in Electron User Magazine vol.3 issue 10 in July 1986. <br>Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 06 compilation.
1599DISC089Space BlasterElectron User Group, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc089-SpaceBlasterE.ssdPSpace Shooter (Gallery)1985Carl GrahamO11YesNY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-157</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 59 in July 2001.</p>
1600DISC089System 8Blue RibbonDisc089-System8STD.ssdRFootball Season Record Keeper1988Cygnus SoftwareSTD11NY
1601DISC089Transport Android: Roving Robot II (AKA Alien: Roving Robot II)Games Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc089-TransportAndroidRovingRobotII.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1984Peter ScottRoving Robot 211NY0<p>Published in Games Computing magazine, issue 7, July 1984.</p>
1602DISC089TheWorld Travel GameHesselDisc089-WorldTravelGame.ssdRSimulation (Travel)1983Simon W. Hessel12NY
1603DISC090Alien (AKA Aliens) (AKA Alien Attack)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc090-Alien.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1982Ben HellerO11V2AYYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 1 issue 6 in October 1982. <br>Joystick support added on page 41 of volume 2 issue 3 in July 1983.
1604DISC090Arc PinballShibumi SoftDisc090-ArcPinball.ssdRSimulation (Pinball)199011NY
1605DISC090BackgammonTG (T.G.)Disc090-BackgammonTG.ssdWBoard Game (Backgammon)Backgammon198611NY
1606DISC090BlockadeBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc090-BlockadeBeebug.ssdMBoard Game1991Eric Bramley12VB1.2NYPublished in Beebug Magazine volume 10 issue 2 in June 1991.
1607DISC090Bomber StrikeElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc090-BomberStrike.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Bomber198311NY0Published in Electron User magazine vol.1 issue 1 in October 1983. This magazine was a pullout within Micro User vol.1 issue 8 in October 1983
1608DISC090TheBossPeaksoftDisc090-BossSTT.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy1984STT11NYRe-Released as "Soccer Boss" by Alternative.
1609DISC090Gridman (AKA Grid Man)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc090-Gridman.ssdMMazeCover every square1984Russell Bassett11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 6 in August 1984
1610DISC090HangdroidMicromode, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc090-Hangdroid.ssdPWord Games (Hangman)Hangman198211NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
1611DISC090Higher Or LowerCeefaxDisc090-HigherOrLower.ssdWCard GamesHigher And Lower, Gambling, Play your cards right1983Alan Samuels11NY0
1612DISC090Mazebugs (AKA Maze Bugs)Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc090-MazebugsE.ssdMMaze3D Maze1987Martin Richards11YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 4, issue 10 in July 1987.</p>
1613DISC090Moon RescueElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc090-MoonRescueE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Lunar Rescue1984Richard Arundale11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 1, issue 5 in February 1984.
1614DISC090Red Alert!Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc090-RedAlert2P.ssdMStrategy1984Alan Barratt, David Green22VB0.1NY0Published in Beebug Magazine volume 3 issue 8 in January 1985. <br>Published in Elbug Magazine volume 2 issue 1 in November 1984.
1615DISC090ReversiMicro Power (Program Power)Disc090-ReversiMicroPower.ssdRBoard Game (Reversi)Reversi1982Ian Bell11YY0
1616DISC090Shove PennyElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc090-ShovePennyE.ssdMTraditional Games (Shove Penny)Simulation (Shove Penny)1988Chris Nixon11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 6 in March 1988.
1617DISC090Tower Bridge (AKA Phantoms Of Tower Bridge) (AKA Tower Of London)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc090-TowerBridge.ssdMPlatformer1983Zen11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.1 issue 10 in December 1983
1618DISC090UK PM (AKA U.K. P.M.)IJK SoftwareDisc090-UKPME.ssdRSimulation (Politics)1984Anthony Allison11YesNY
1619DISC090Wordmaster (AKA Word Master)Model B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc090-Wordmaster.ssdMWord Games (Mastermind)Mastermind with letters1983Philip Oliver, Andrew OliverModel B Computing Cassette 0111NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 1 in October/November 1983.</p>
1620DISC090World GeographyMicro Power (Program Power)Disc090-WorldGeography.ssdRQuizGeography Quiz1982Micro Power Magic 211NY0
1621DISC091AdventurelandAdventure InternationalDisc091-AdventurelandSTD-Adventure1.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott AdamsSTDScott Adams Adventure 0111NY
1622DISC091Castle Of RiddlesAcornsoftDisc091-CastleOfRiddlesSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Peter KillworthSTT11NY
1623DISC091Dragon QuestBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc091-DragonQuestSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982STD11NY
1624DISC091GremlinsAdventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc091-GremlinsSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Brian HowarthSTD11NY
1625DISC091HampsteadMelbourne HouseDisc091-HampsteadSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Peter Jones, Trevor LeverSTT11NY
1626DISC091Hitch HikerComputer ConceptsDisc091-HitchHiker.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Peter Smith11NY
1627DISC091Legion AdventureSoftware ProjectsDisc091-LegionAdventureSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984A. MetcalfeSTT11NY
1628DISC091Lost CitySuperior SoftwareDisc091-LostCity.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Robin Burgess, Jean Burgess11NY
1629DISC091Pirate AdventureAdventure International, U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc091-PirateAdventure-Adventure2.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott Adams, Alexis AdamsSTDGold Collection, Master Games - Scott Adams ScoopsScott Adams Adventure 0211NY0
1630DISC091Questprobe Featuring The Hulk (AKA The Hulk)Adventure International, U.S. Gold (US Gold) AmericanaDisc091-QuestprobeOneTheHulkSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott AdamsSTTQuestprobe 111NY0
1631DISC091QuondamAcornsoftDisc091-QuondamSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Rod Underwood, Peter KillworthSTD11NY
1632DISC091Red MoonLevel 9 ComputingDisc091-RedMoonSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985David Williamson, Pete AustinSTD11NY
1633DISC091Secret Sam 1MRM SoftwareDisc091-SecretSam1.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Mike GoldbergSecret Sam 111NY
1634DISC091Secret Sam 2 (AKA Mission Two)MRM SoftwareDisc091-SecretSam2.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Mike WilliamsSecret Sam 211NY
1635DISC091SeekMicro Power (Program Power)Disc091-Seek.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Steven Mark Probyn11YY
1636DISC091Sphinx AdventureAcornsoftDisc091-SphinxAdventure.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Paul Fellows11NY
1637DISC091TheWizard's ChallengeMicro Power (Program Power)Disc091-WizardsChallengeSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Ian MurissSTT11NY
1638DISC091Woodland TerrorMP SoftwareDisc091-WoodlandTerrorSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983John Hudson, Helen SeymourSTTFirienwood 211NY
1639DISC092AdventureMicro Power (Program Power)Disc092-Adventure.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982J. Spilsbury11YY0<p>This is a fixed version of the game - This lets it run properly from disk, and adds a small but crucial enhancement so that the game recognizes successful completion of the adventure, unlike the original!</p>
1640DISC092Blue DragonMP SoftwareDisc092-BlueDragonSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984John Hudson, Helen SeymourSTT11NY
1641DISC092Colditz AdventureSuperior Software, Electron User GroupDisc092-ColditzAdventureSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Martin DolbySTT11NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 56 in February 2001.</p>
1642DISC092TheEye Of ZoltonSoftekDisc092-EyeOfZoltonSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983David Featley, Mark CookSTT11YesNY
1643DISC092KatakombsGolemDisc092-Katakombs.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982STT11NY
16442146DISC092Kingdom Of HamilAcornsoftDisc092-KingdomOfHamilSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Jonathan PartingtonSTT11NY
1645DISC092Old Father TimeBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc092-OldFatherTime.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983D.J. CoathupeSTT11NY
1646DISC092TheRing Of TimeKansas City SystemsDisc092-RingOfTimeSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Philip A. GibbsSTTRing Of Time 111NY
1647DISC092Secret MissionAdventure InternationalDisc092-SecretMissionSTD-Adventure3.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott AdamsSTDScott Adams Adventure 0311NY
1648DISC092TheSeventh StarAcornsoftDisc092-SeventhStar.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Dave HamptonSTT11NY
1649DISC092TheShrinking Professor's QuestA&F SoftwareDisc092-ShrinkingProfessorsQuest.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983J. Snowden, R. Dunn11NY
16502303DISC092SnowballLevel 9 ComputingDisc092-SnowballSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Mike Austin, Nick Austin, Pete AustinSTDSilicon Dreams Trilogy 111NY0
1651DISC092TheSorcerer's KingdomGlengaryDisc092-SorcerersKingdomSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983STD11NY
1652DISC092Super Gran: The Adventure (AKA Supergran)Tynesoft, Electron User GroupDisc092-SupergranSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Brian HowarthSTD11NY0<p>The Electron version of the game was later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 52 in July 2000.</p>
1653DISC092Time Travel Adventure (AKA Time Adventure)Software For AllDisc092-TimeTravel.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1982Peter Smith11NY
1654DISC092Voodoo CastleAdventure International, U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc092-VoodooCastleSTD-Adventure4.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott Adams, Alexis AdamsSTDGold Collection, Master Games - Scott Adams ScoopsScott Adams Adventure 0411NY0
1655DISC092WestTalent Computer SystemsDisc092-WestSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Allan Black, Jon MaloneSTT11NY
1656DISC092Xanadu CottageAlligataDisc092-XanaduCottageSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984M. Richards, P. BelbenSTD11NY
1657DISC093Land Of Chark (AKA Chark)Delta 4 SoftwareDisc093-Chark.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Fergus McNeill, Ian Willis11NY
1658DISC093TheCountAdventure InternationalDisc093-CountSTD-Adventure5.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott AdamsSTDScott Adams Adventure 0511NY
1659DISC093Dragon's ToothIncentiveDisc093-DragonsToothSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Philip McHardySTD11NY
1660DISC093TheGolden BatonDigital Fantasia, Channel 8 Software, Paxman Promotions, Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc093-GoldenBatonSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Brian HowarthSTTMysterious Adventure 0111YY
1661DISC093Hex (The Legend Of Vianna)LarsoftDisc093-HexSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1988Geoff LarsenSTTLarsoft Adventure No. 611Version E4NY0<p>All six <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=Geoff+Larsen&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Larsoft adventures</a> were written using "The Quill" by Geoff Larsen.</p>
1662DISC093Kayleth (AKA The Killing Of Kayleth)U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc093-KaylethSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1986Stefan UfnowskiSTD11NY0
1663DISC093Labyrinths Of LaCosheMicro Power (Program Power)Disc093-LabyrinthsOfLaCoshe.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Micro Power Magic 111NY0
1664DISC093Magic Adventure 1Kansas City SystemsDisc093-MagicAdventure1.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1983D. Guest, B. Guest11NY
16652311DISC093Philosopher's QuestAcornsoftDisc093-PhilosophersQuestSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Peter Killworth, Jonathan MestelSTD11NY
1666DISC093RunestaffSquaresoftDisc093-RunestaffSTDE.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Martyn AmosSTD11YesNY0<p>Written with <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Quill_(software)">The Quill</a>, this game won the Electron User competition for the best home-written adventure game in the December 1987 issue (volume 5, number 3).</p> <p>Martyn <a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/EightBitAdventures/permalink/2286893454674012/?comment_id=2286942428002448&amp;reply_comment_id=2286946661335358&amp;comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R6%22%7D">says</a> that he came up with the name "Squaresoft" because he was one of the squares at school!</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
1667DISC093Star Trek: The AdventureSuperior SoftwareDisc093-StarTrekAdventureSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983D. Birdi, J. BirdiSTT11NY
1668DISC093Strange OdysseyAdventure International, U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc093-StrangeOdysseySTD-Adventure6.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott AdamsSTDGold Collection, Master Games - Scott Adams ScoopsScott Adams Adventure 0611NY0
1669DISC093Super Spy Flint (AKA Super Agent Flint)Potter Programs, Electron User GroupDisc093-SuperSpyFlint.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984C.J. Potter, A. PotterSTTSuper Spy Flint 111NY0<p>The Electron Version of the game was later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 46 (As "Super Agent Flint", which was the Electron release title of the game) in November 1999.</p>
1670DISC093TerrormolinosMelbourne HouseDisc093-TerrormolinosSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Peter Jones, Trevor LeverSTT11NY
1671DISC093Time MachineDigital Fantasia, Channel 8 Software, Paxman Promotions, Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc093-TimeMachineSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Brian HowarthSTTMysterious Adventure 0211YY
1672DISC093Woodbury EndShards Software, Electron User GroupDisc093-WoodburyEndSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Steve MaltzSTT11NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 56 in February 2001.</p>
1673DISC093TheWorm In ParadiseLevel 9 ComputingDisc093-WormInParadise.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Mike Austin, Nick Austin, Pete AustinSTTSilicon Dreams Trilogy 311NY0
1674DISC093Revenge Of Zor: (Ring Of Time Part II) (AKA Zor's Revenge)Kansas City SystemsDisc093-ZorsRevengeRingOfTimePart2.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Philip A. GibbsSTTRing Of Time 211NY
1675DISC094Arrow Of Death Part 1Digital Fantasia, Channel 8 Software, Paxman Promotions, Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc094-ArrowOfDeathPt1.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Brian HowarthSTTMysterious Adventure 0311YY
1676DISC094Caveman Adventure (AKA Neanderthal Man)Micro Power (Program Power)Disc094-Caveman.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983D. Carlos11NY
1677DISC094Classic AdventureMelbourne HouseDisc094-ClassicAdventure.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984John Jones-SteeleSTT11NY
16782369DISC094Colossal AdventureLevel 9 ComputingDisc094-ColossalAdventureSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Mike Austin, Nick Austin, Pete AustinSTD11NY
1679DISC094Escape From Ebony TowerAlligataDisc094-EscapeFromEbonyTowerSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984STT11NY
1680DISC094Gateway To KarosAcornsoft, BBC PD, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc094-GatewayToKarosSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Derek L. HaslamSTTGateway To Karos 111NY0<p>This game and the sequel <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1794">The Mirror of Khoronz</a> were released into the public domain by the author's family.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD disc 143.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-145</p>
1681DISC094TheHobbitMelbourne HouseDisc094-HobbitSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Veronika Megler, Philip Mitchell, David JohnstonSTT11V1.0NY
1682DISC094Horror CastleA&F SoftwareDisc094-HorrorCastle.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983J. Snowden, R. Dunn11NY
1683DISC094Masters Of The Universe – Super Adventure (AKA He-Man) (AKA Terraquake)U.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc094-MastersOfTheUniverseSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Graham Lilley, Mike Woodroffe, Stefan Ufnowski, Teoman IrmakSTD11NY
1684DISC094Mission XP2Holl-Soft (Hollsoft)Disc094-MissionXP2E.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STT11YesNY0
1685DISC094Mystery Fun HouseAdventure InternationalDisc094-MysteryFunHouse-Adventure7.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott AdamsSTTScott Adams Adventure 0711NY
1686DISC094TheProphecy (The Rising Of Salandra Part 1)LarsoftDisc094-Prophecy.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Geoff LarsenSTTLarsoft Adventure No. 111Version E5NY0<p>All six <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=Geoff+Larsen&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Larsoft adventures</a> were written using "The Quill" by Geoff Larsen.</p>
1687DISC094Pyramid Of DoomAdventure InternationalDisc094-PyramidOfDoomSTD-Adventure8.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Alvin Files, Scott AdamsSTDScott Adams Adventure 0811NY
1688DISC094Questprobe Featuring Spider-Man (AKA Spider-Man) (AKA Spiderman)Adventure International, U.S. Gold (US Gold) AmericanaDisc094-Questprobe2SpidermanSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott AdamsSTDQuestprobe 211NY
1689DISC094Return Of Flint (AKA Super Agent Flint II)Potter ProgramsDisc094-ReturnOfFlint.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984C.J. Potter, A. PotterSTTSuper Spy Flint 211NY
1690DISC094Return Of The Warrior (The Rising Of Salandra Part 2)LarsoftDisc094-ReturnOfTheWarrior.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Geoff LarsenSTTLarsoft Adventure No. 211Version E5NY
1691DISC094TheStaff Of LawPotter Programs, Electron User GroupDisc094-StaffOfLaw.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984C.J. Potter, A. Potter11NY0<p>The Electron version of the game was later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 46 in November 1999.</p>
1692DISC094Xanadu AdventureHopesoftDisc094-XanaduAdventure.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Paul Shave12Version 2tNY
1693DISC095Acorn User Adventure (AKA Acorn User Office Adventure)Acorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc095-Adventure.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Joe TelfordAcorn User Games Compendium11NY0Published in the July 1985 issue of Acorn User. <br>Published on the Acorn User games compendium tape in October 1986. <br>The compendium comprises: <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=463">Spectramania</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1077">Quadline</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1274">Picture Slide</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1486">Maze</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1693">Acorn User Office Adventure</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=753">Shuggy's Garden</a>, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=391">Run Silent Run Deep</a>, and <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1136">Adventure</a>.
16942063DISC095Countdown To DoomAcornsoftDisc095-CountdownToDoomSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Peter KillworthSTT11NY
1695DISC095Denis Through The Drinking GlassMelbourne HouseDisc095-DenisThroughTheDrinkingGlass.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Roger Taylor, Ian BishreySTT11NY
1696DISC095Firienwood (AKA Firien Wood)MP SoftwareDisc095-FirienWood.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982John Hudson, Helen SeymourSTTFirienwood 111NY
1697DISC095TheFive Stones Of AnadonSoftekDisc095-FiveStonesOfAnadonSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983David Featley, Mark CookSTT11NY
1698DISC095Flint Strikes Back (AKA Super Agent Flint III)Potter ProgramsDisc095-FlintStrikesBack.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Dave BrownSTTSuper Spy Flint 311NY
1699DISC095Flint's GoldAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc095-FlintsGold.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Andy MitchellSTT11NYFirst advertised for sale in Acorn User Magazine January 1985 issue. Produced by Micrograf.
1700DISC095Ghost TownAdventure InternationalDisc095-GhostTownSTD-Adventure9.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott AdamsSTDScott Adams Adventure 0911NY
1701DISC095Kingdom Of KleinEpic AdventuresDisc095-KingdomOfKlein.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Melvyn WrightSTTEpic Adventure No. 311NY
1702DISC095MaydayMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc095-Mayday.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984S.D. TurnbullClassic Arcade Games (Micro User, The)11NYThis game was one of four games on the "Compendium Of Classic Arcade Games", first advertised in Micro User vol. 2 issue 6 in August 1984. The 4 games were: Snapman, Alien Intruders, Panzer Assault, and Mayday.
1703DISC095TheNine DancersLarsoftDisc095-NineDancersSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Geoff LarsenSTTLarsoft Adventure No. 411Version E5NY0<p>All six <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=Geoff+Larsen&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Larsoft adventures</a> were written using "The Quill" by Geoff Larsen.</p>
1704DISC095Pony ExpressHoll-Soft (Hollsoft)Disc095-PonyExpressE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STT11YesNY0
1705DISC095ThePuppet ManLarsoftDisc095-PuppetMan.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Geoff LarsenSTTLarsoft Adventure No. 511Version E4NY0<p>All six <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=Geoff+Larsen&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Larsoft adventures</a> were written using "The Quill" by Geoff Larsen.</p>
1706DISC095Questprobe Featuring The Human Torch And The Thing (AKA The Fantastic Four Part 1)Adventure International, U.S. Gold (US Gold) AmericanaDisc095-Questprobe3FantasticFourSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Scott AdamsSTDQuestprobe 311NY0
17072312DISC095Return To EdenLevel 9 ComputingDisc095-ReturnToEdenSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Chris Queen, Mike Austin, Pete AustinSTTSilicon Dreams Trilogy 211NY0
1708DISC095Savage Island Part 1Adventure International, Electron User GroupDisc095-SavageIslandPart1-Adventure10.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott AdamsSTDScott Adams Adventure 1011NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 59 in July 2001.</p>
1709DISC095Temple Of TerrorU.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc095-TempleOfTerrorSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Mike Woodroffe, Graham Lilley, Teoman IrmakSTDGold Collection11NY0
1710DISC095WychwoodLarsoftDisc095-Wychwood.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Geoff LarsenSTTLarsoft Adventure No. 311Version E4NY0<p>All six <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=Geoff+Larsen&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Larsoft adventures</a> were written using "The Quill" by Geoff Larsen.</p>
1711DISC096AladdinBBC PD, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc096-Aladdin.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Steve W. Lucas (S.W. Lucas)STD11NY0<p>Published on the BBC PD / 8BS public domain disc&nbsp;<a href="http://www.acornelectron.co.uk/pdworld/electron/cats/bbcpd.html">Adventures Collection 4.</a></p>
1712DISC096Arrow Of Death Part 2Digital Fantasia, Channel 8 Software, Paxman Promotions, Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc096-ArrowOfDeathPt2.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Brian HowarthSTTMysterious Adventure 0411YY
1713DISC096Castlemaze AdventureDuckworthDisc096-Castlemaze.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Peter GerrardExploring Adventures on the BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>The listing for this game may be found in the book series <em>Exploring Adventures on the BBC Micro</em> by Peter Gerrard. As with the other two <em>Exploring Adventures</em> adventures, the main purpose of this game is to illustrate how to program your own adventure games in BASIC. Anyone who did not want to type in the games could instead buy the three games on a single cassette.</p>
1714DISC096TheCrown JewelsAlligataDisc096-CrownJewelsE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984STTBumper Bundle11YesNY
1715DISC096Dracula IslandKansas City SystemsDisc096-DraculaIsland.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Philip A. GibbsSTD11NY
1716DISC096Escape From Pulsar 7Digital Fantasia, Channel 8 Software, Paxman Promotions, Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc096-EscapeFromPulsar7STD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Brian Howarth, Wherner BarnesSTDMysterious Adventure 0511NY0
1717DISC096TheGolden VoyageAdventure InternationalDisc096-GoldenVoyage-Adventure12.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984William Demas, Scott AdamsSTDScott Adams Adventure 1211NY
1718DISC096TheGreedy DwarfGoldstarDisc096-GreedyDwarfSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Simon AinsworthSTD11NY
1719DISC096TheHaunted AbbeyA&F SoftwareDisc096-HauntedAbbey.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Leslie E. KleinSTT11NY
1720DISC096Island Of XaanRobicoDisc096-IslandOfXaanSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Robert O'LearySTD11Disc VersionNY
1721DISC096ThePen And The Dark (Unorthodox Engineers)Mosaic Publishing Ltd.Disc096-PenAndTheDarkSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Keith CampbellSTT11NY
1722DISC096ThePhilosopher's StonePotter ProgramsDisc096-PhilosophersStoneSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Graham J. BarlowSTTAdventure 4 Pack11NY0<p>This game was published on a '4 pack' of adventures.</p> <p>The games were <a href="game.php?id=1722">The Philosopher's Stone</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1792">The Hexagram of Trutania Valley</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1751">Inner Space</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1726">Stranded On Iloofrax</a></p>
1723DISC096Savage Island Part 2Adventure InternationalDisc096-SavageIslandPart2-Adventure11.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott Adams, Russ WetmoreSTDScott Adams Adventure 1111NY
1724DISC096Space Adventure 1: Mission VadrosFirst ByteDisc096-SpaceAdventure1MissionVadros.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983STT11NY
1725DISC096Spooky ManorAcornsoftDisc096-SpookyManor.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Educational1984Derek L. Haslam14NY
1726DISC096Stranded On IloofraxPotter ProgramsDisc096-StrandedOnIloofraxSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Matthew O'DonnellSTTAdventure 4 Pack11NY0<p>This game was published on a '4 pack' of adventures.</p> <p>The games were <a href="game.php?id=1722">The Philosopher's Stone</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1792">The Hexagram of Trutania Valley</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1751">Inner Space</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1726">Stranded On Iloofrax</a></p>
1727DISC096SurvivorMP SoftwareDisc096-Survivor.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983John Hudson, Helen SeymourSTT11NY
1728DISC096Tomb Of DeathHoll-Soft (Hollsoft)Disc096-TombOfDeathE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STT11NY0
1729DISC097A32K UniverseViking Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc097-32KUniverse.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1989Tim Matthews, Paul NewtonSTD11NY0<p>Created with the "Graphic Adventure Creator" (GAC) by Incentive Software.</p> <p>Published on the 'Viking Collection' Public Domain Disc from 8BS Software TBI-115.</p>
1730DISC097TheBanished PrinceOrbitDisc097-BanishedPrinceE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985STT11YesNY0
1731DISC097TheAdventures Of Buckaroo Banzai Across The 8th DimensionU.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc097-BuckarooBanzai-Adventure15.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Philip Case, Scott AdamsSTDGold Collection, Master Games - Scott Adams ScoopsScott Adams Adventure 1511NY0
1732DISC097CircusDigital Fantasia, Channel 8 Software, Paxman Promotions, Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc097-CircusSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1982Brian Howarth, Wherner BarnesSTD10 Computer Hits 2 (Beau Jolly)Mysterious Adventure 0611NY0
1733DISC097TheSorcerer Of Claymorgue CastleAdventure InternationalDisc097-ClaymorgueCastle-Adventure13.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Scott AdamsSTD10 Computer Hits 1 (Beau Jolly)Scott Adams Adventure 1311NY0
1734DISC097TheDruid's CircleHoll-Soft (Hollsoft)Disc097-DruidsCircleSTTE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STT11YesNY0
17352370DISC097Dungeon AdventureLevel 9 ComputingDisc097-DungeonAdventureSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Mike Austin, Nick Austin, Pete AustinSTT11NY
1736DISC097Fantasia DiamondHewson ConsultantsDisc097-FantasiaDiamondSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Kim TopleySTT11NY
1737DISC097Franklin's TombSalamanderDisc097-FranklinsTombSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984FranklinSTD11Disc VersionNY
1738DISC097Locks Of LuckMagusDisc097-LocksOfLuck.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure198611NY
17392341DISC097ThePrice Of MagikLevel 9 ComputingDisc097-PriceOfMagikSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Pete Austin, Nick Austin, Mike Austin, David WilliamsonSTT11NY
1740DISC097Rebel PlanetU.S. Gold (US Gold)Disc097-RebelPlanet.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Stefan UfnowskiSTD11NY
1741DISC097Sadim CastleMP SoftwareDisc097-SadimCastle.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984John Hudson, Helen SeymourSTT11NY
1742DISC097Swords And SorceryKansas City SystemsDisc097-SwordsAndSorcerySTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, RPG1984S.W. MarshallSTD11NY
1743DISC097Tunnel AdventureDuckworthDisc097-TunnelAdventure.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Peter GerrardExploring Adventures on the BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>The listing for this game may be found in the book series <em>Exploring Adventures on the BBC Micro</em> by Peter Gerrard. As with the other two <em>Exploring Adventures</em> adventures, the main purpose of this game is to illustrate how to program your own adventure games in BASIC. Anyone who did not want to type in the games could instead buy the three games on a single cassette.</p>
1744DISC097Underground AdventureDuckworthDisc097-UndergroundSTD.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Peter GerrardSTDExploring Adventures on the BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>The listing for this game may be found in the book series <em>Exploring Adventures on the BBC Micro</em> by Peter Gerrard. As with the other two <em>Exploring Adventures</em> adventures, the main purpose of this game is to illustrate how to program your own adventure games in BASIC. Anyone who did not want to type in the games could instead buy the three games on a single cassette.</p>
1745DISC097Valley Of The PharaohsFirst ByteDisc097-ValleyOfThePharaohsSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983STT11NY
1746DISC097Vampire CastleAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc097-VampireCastleSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Andy MitchellSTT11NYFirst advertised for sale in Acorn User Magazine January 1985 issue. Produced by Micrograf.
1747DISC098TheFeasibility ExperimentDigital Fantasia, Channel 8 Software, Paxman Promotions, Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc098-FeasibilityExperimentSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Brian Howarth, Wherner BarnesSTDMysterious Adventure 0711NY
1748DISC098TheFinal Mission (Ket Trilogy Part 3)IncentiveDisc098-FinalMissionKet.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, RPG1985Graham Thorpe, Richard A. McCormackSTTKet Trilogy Part 311NY
1749DISC098Fire IslandHoll-Soft (Hollsoft)Disc098-FireIslandE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STT11YesNY0
1750DISC098Galadriel In DistressPotter Programs, Electron User GroupDisc098-GaladrielInDistress.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984C.J. Potter, A. Potter11NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 46 in November 1999.</p>
1751DISC098Inner SpacePotter ProgramsDisc098-InnerSpace.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STTAdventure 4 Pack11NY0<p>This game was published on a '4 pack' of adventures.</p> <p>The games were <a href="game.php?id=1722">The Philosopher's Stone</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1792">The Hexagram of Trutania Valley</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1751">Inner Space</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1726">Stranded On Iloofrax</a></p>
17522295DISC098Lords Of TimeLevel 9 ComputingDisc098-LordsOfTimeSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Sue Gazzard, Ian BuxtonSTD11NY
1753DISC098TheMountains Of Ket (Ket Trilogy Part 1)IncentiveDisc098-MountainsOfKet.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, RPG1985Simon Lipscombe, Richard A. McCormackSTTKet Trilogy Part 111NY
1754DISC098Myorem (Saga Of A Spy – The Rick Hanson Trilogy Part 3)RobicoDisc098-MyoremRickHanson3STD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Robert O'Leary, Mike O'LearySTDRick Hanson Trilogy, TheRick Hanson Trilogy Part 311NY0
1755DISC098Project Thesius (Saga Of A Spy – The Rick Hanson Trilogy Part 2)RobicoDisc098-ProjectThesiusRickHanson2.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Robert O'Leary, Mike O'LearySTDRick Hanson Trilogy, The, Five Star Games 3 (Beau Jolly)Rick Hanson Trilogy Part 211NY0
1756DISC098TheQuest For The Last Baked Bean8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PDDisc098-QuestForLastBakedBeanSTD.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1985STD11NY0<p>This game was written in <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Quill">The Quill</a> adventure system.</p> <p><span style="color: #333333; font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Published on the BBC PD / 8BS public domain disc&nbsp;</span><a style="box-sizing: border-box; color: #337ab7; text-decoration-line: none; font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;" href="http://www.acornelectron.co.uk/pdworld/electron/cats/bbcpd.html">Adventures Collection 4.</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
1757DISC098Rick Hanson (Saga Of A Spy – The Rick Hanson Trilogy Part 1) (AKA Assassin)RobicoDisc098-RickHansonSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Robert O'Leary, Mike O'LearySTDRick Hanson Trilogy, TheRick Hanson Trilogy Part 111NY0
1758DISC098ShipwreckModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc098-ShipwreckSTD.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Richard JonesSTDModel B Computing Cassette 1011NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 10 in April/May 1985.</p>
1759DISC098Sticky FingersEclipseDisc098-StickyFingersSTD.ssdWAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Jeff TullinSTD11NY
1760DISC098TheTemple Of Vran (Ket Trilogy Part 2)IncentiveDisc098-TempleOfVranKet.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, RPG1985Graham Thorpe, Richard A. McCormackSTTKet Trilogy Part 211NY
1761DISC098Valley Of The KingsMP SoftwareDisc098-ValleyOfTheKings.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Victor Harrison, James FantonSTT11NY
1762DISC098What's Eeyore'sMagusDisc098-WhatsEeyores.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure198611NY
1763DISC098TheWizard Of AkyrzDigital Fantasia, Channel 8 Software, Paxman Promotions, Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc098-WizardOfAkyrzSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Brian Howarth, Cliff OgdenSTDMysterious Adventure 0811NY
1764DISC098XadomyBrassingtonDisc098-Xadomy.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984G.D. Brassington11NY
17652367DISC099Adventure QuestLevel 9 ComputingDisc099-AdventureQuestSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Mike Austin, Nick Austin, Pete AustinSTD11NY
1766DISC099Blood Of The MutineersRobicoDisc099-BloodOfTheMutineersSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1988Robert O'Leary, Mike O'LearySTD11NY
1767DISC099TheBungle Brothers8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PDDisc099-BungleBrothersSTD.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Aran Johnson, James J. FarmerSTD11NY0<p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 1.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 05 in September 1990. <br />Published on BBC PD Disc 10.</p>
1768DISC099Crown Of MardanMP SoftwareDisc099-CrownOfMardan.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984John Hudson, Helen SeymourSTT11NY
1769DISC099Dinosaur Adventure8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PDDisc099-DinosaurAdventure.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure198511NY0<p>Published on the BBC PD / 8BS public domain disc&nbsp;<a href="http://www.acornelectron.co.uk/pdworld/electron/cats/bbcpd.html">Adventures Collection 4.</a></p>
1770DISC099Dracula's CastleInterface Publications, Addison-Wesley Publications (Addison Wesley)Disc099-DraculasCastle.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Ian WattCreating Adventure Programs on the BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>From the book <em>Creating Adventure Programs on the BBC Micro</em> by <em>Ian Watt</em> published by <em>Interface Publications</em>.</p>
1771DISC099TheInca TreasureD.W. GoreDisc099-IncaTreasure.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1989D.W. GoreSTT11NY0
1772DISC099Kidnapped8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PDDisc099-Kidnapped.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1983B. Neville-Lee11NY0<p>Published on the BBC PD / 8BS public domain disc&nbsp;<a href="http://www.acornelectron.co.uk/pdworld/electron/cats/bbcpd.html">Adventures Collection 4.</a></p>
1773DISC099Land Of TezrelOmenDisc099-LandOfTezrel.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Gavin J. CradleSTT11NY
1774DISC099Lost In Space (AKA Dan Diamond Is Lost In Space)SalamanderDisc099-LostInSpaceSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983FranklinSTD11Disc VersionNY0
1775DISC099Lost In XanaduA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc099-LostInXanaduSTD.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Jonathan Evans, Jane EvansSTD11AdventurescapeNY0Published in the July 1985 issue of A&B Computing along with the first version of the "Adventurescape" adventure writing system.
1776DISC099TheMagic Sword (The Micro Adventures Of Princess Poppy And The Frog Prince)Database PublicationsDisc099-MagicSword.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1985Kristin Hollis, Martin HollisSTT11NY
1777DISC099Perseus And AndromedaDigital Fantasia, Channel 8 Software, Paxman Promotions, Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc099-PerseusAndromedaSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Brian HowarthSTDMysterious Adventure 0911NY
1778DISC099Quest For The Holy GrailEpic AdventuresDisc099-QuestForTheHolyGrailSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Dave JohnsonSTTEpic Adventure No. 211NY
1779DISC099TheQuestDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc099-QuestSTD.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1988Alan BlundellSTD11NY0<p>Published on the December 1988 issue of Disk User. Issue 14.</p>
1780DISC099Ten Little IndiansDigital Fantasia, Channel 8 Software, Paxman Promotions, Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc099-TenLittleIndiansSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Brian Howarth, Wherner BarnesSTDMysterious Adventure 1011NY
1781DISC099TheTwin Orbs Of AalinorPotter ProgramsDisc099-TwinOrbsOfAalinorSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985C.J. PotterSTT11NY
1782DISC099WaxworksDigital Fantasia, Channel 8 Software, Paxman Promotions, Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc099-WaxworksSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Brian Howarth, Cliff OgdenSTDMysterious Adventure 1111NY
1783DISC100TheAvaunting (The Chronicles Of Grotty Betty, Part One)Ixion SoftwareDisc100-AvauntingSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985D.N. Cruse, M.J. Talbot, S.E. MartinSTT11NY0
1784DISC100Castle DraculaDuckworthDisc100-CastleDracula.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Ray Davies11NY
1785DISC100Castle FrankensteinEpic AdventuresDisc100-CastleFrankensteinSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Melvyn WrightSTTEpic Adventure No. 111NY
1786DISC100Castle Of The Skull LordSamurai, Electron User GroupDisc100-CastleOfTheSkullLord.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure198411NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 55 in December 2000.</p>
1787DISC100Kingdom Of Craal (AKA Palace Of Craal)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications), Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc100-Craal.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Mike BibbyAdventure Anthology11NY0Published in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 12 in February 1985. <br>Published in Electron User magazine volume 2, issue 5 in February 1985. <br>Published on the "Adventure Anthology" compilation, which was first advertised in Electron User volume 5, issue 8 in May 1988. <br>The compilation consisted of 4 adventures previously published in the pages of Electron User, PLUS "Johnny" by Bill Trevelyan which was previously unpublished.
1788DISC100TheFerryman Awaits (AKA Elf Sword)Kansas City SystemsDisc100-FerrymanAwaitsSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985John NevinsSTD11NY
1789DISC100Gnome AdventureModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc100-GnomeAdventure.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1984STTModel B Computing Cassette 0811NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 8 in December 1984/January 1985.</p>
1790DISC100TheGolden CrownElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc100-GoldenCrownE.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1988Julia BattleAdventure Anthology11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 4 in January 1988. Also published in "Let's Compute" magazine issue 7 in February 1991. <br>Published on the "Adventure Anthology" compilation, which was first advertised in Electron User volume 5, issue 8 in May 1988. <br>The compilation consisted of 4 adventures previously published in the pages of Electron User, PLUS "Johnny" by Bill Trevelyan which was previously unpublished.
1791DISC100Guardian Of DoomsdayQuestDisc100-GuardianOfDoomsdaySTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985STT11NY
1792DISC100TheHexagram Of Trutania ValleyPotter ProgramsDisc100-HexagramOfTrutaniaValley.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Michael Winter, Simon CliffordSTTAdventure 4 Pack11NY0<p>This game was published in a '4 pack' of adventures.</p> <p>The games were <a href="game.php?id=1722">The Philosopher's Stone</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1792">The Hexagram of Trutania Valley</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1751">Inner Space</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1726">Stranded On Iloofrax</a>.</p>
1793DISC100Jungle Adventure (Parts 1 And 2)Beebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.)Disc100-JungleAdventure.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Jonathan TempleSTT11VB1.0NYPart 1 was published in Beebug magazine volume 6 issue 2 in June 1987, and part 2 in the following issue. Volume 6 issue 3 in July 1987.
1794DISC100TheMirror Of KhoronzBBC PD, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc100-MirrorOfKhoronzSTD.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Derek L. HaslamSTDGateway To Karos 211NY0<p>This game is a sequel to <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=1680">Gateway To Karos</a> published by Acornsoft.</p> <p>It was released into the public domain by Joyce Haslam.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 135.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-146</p>
1795DISC100Puss In BootsA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc100-PussInBoots.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Steve W. Lucas (S.W. Lucas)Adventure Crazy collection no.211NY0<p>Published in the March/April 1984 issue of A&amp;B Computing. It was also sold on&nbsp;<a href="index.php?search=Adventure+Crazy+collection+no.2&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Adventure Crazy No.2</a>, a collection of games which comprised&nbsp;Death In Poglovia, Puss In Boots, Secret Agent, The Orb, Mysterious Yeti, and Diamond Adventure.</p>
1796DISC100Return Of The DiamondBeebug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), Elbug Magazine (Beebug Publications Ltd.), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc100-ReturnOfTheDiamond.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1983R. McGregor11YY0<p>Published in Beebug Magazine volume 2 issue 2 in June 1983. <br />Published in Elbug Magazine volume 1 issue 2 in December 1983.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 60 in December 1997.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-93</p>
1797DISC100Robin Of Sherwood (The Touchstones Of Rhiannon)Adventure International (U.K.) AKA Adventure Soft (U.K.)Disc100-RobinOfSherwoodSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Brian Howarth, Mike WoodroffeSTD11NY
1798DISC100Secret AgentA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc100-SecretAgent.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Steve W. Lucas (S.W. Lucas)Adventure Crazy collection no.211NY0<p>Published in the February 1985 issue of A&amp;B Computing magazine.&nbsp;</p> <p>The game was also sold on&nbsp;<a href="index.php?search=Adventure+Crazy+collection+no.2&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Adventure Crazy No.2</a>, a collection of games which comprised&nbsp;Death In Poglovia, Puss In Boots, Secret Agent, The Orb, Mysterious Yeti, and Diamond Adventure.</p>
1799DISC100Village Of Lost Souls (Realms Of Chaos Trilogy Part 1)RobicoDisc100-VillageOfLostSoulsSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Martin Moore, Glen McCauleySTT11NY
1800DISC100Warlord Of DoomVisions SoftwareDisc100-WarlordOfDoomSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Simon BicharaSTD11NY
1801DISC110Antique Freak (AKA Antiques Freak)S&H, Electron User Group, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc110-AntiqueFreak.ssdPMaze1994Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-141</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 52 in July 2000.</p>
1802DISC101Blitz8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc101-Blitz.ssdPShooter (Gallery)Bomber1996Dave Chester11NY0Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 47 in February 1996.
1803DISC101Bombhunt (AKA Bomb Hunt)S&H, Electron User Group, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc101-Bombhunt.ssdPMaze1994Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-141</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 52 in July 2000.</p>
1804DISC101CookieUltimate Play The GameDisc101-Cookie.ssdUShooter (Gallery)1984Paul Proctor11NY
1805DISC101EyesOceanDisc101-Eyes.ssdUMaze1984Paul Proctor11NY
1806DISC101InvatronDano Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc101-Invatron.ssdPSpace Shooter (Gallery)1988Danny J. Nicholas11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-188</p>
1807DISC101Manic Mansion8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc101-ManicMansion.ssdPArcade Adventure1999Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-147.</p>
1808DISC101Pac-2000 (AKA Pac Y2K)James Watson Software, Electron User GroupDisc101-Pac2000.ssdPMazeArcade, Pac-Man2000James Watson11NY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 56 in February 2001.</p>
1809DISC101Percy's Revenge: Percy's Panic IIGaradan, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Dano SoftwareDisc101-PercysRevengePercyPanicII.ssdPMazePengo1986Danny J. NicholasPercy's Panic 211NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-188</p>
1810DISC101Professor Blubble8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc101-ProfessorBlubble.ssdPMaze1999Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-147.</p>
1811DISC101Shipwrecked (AKA Ship Wrecked)Electron User Group, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc101-ShipWreckedE.ssdPPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1996Dominic Ford11YesNY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 30 in February 1997, and again on the Electron User Group PD disc 40 in October 1998.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-144</p>
1812DISC101Strawberry FieldsJBF SoftwareDisc101-StrawberryFieldsSTT.ssdPMazeSnake1992Johan Paul HendriksSTT11NY0
1813DISC101TennisElectron User GroupDisc101-TennisRossLittleE.ssdPPongPong1995Ross Little11YesNY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 23 in December 1995.</p>
1814DISC101Uggies GardenSuperior Software, ProAction (Pro Action)Disc101-UggiesGarden2P.ssdUMaze (Scrolling)1990Ian Webster, Frazer MiddletonPlay It Again Sam 1922NY0<p>Superior Software did not release this game, but it was released on "Play It Again Sam 19" by ProAction.</p>
1815DISC101U.S.S. Endeavour (AKA USS Endeavour) (AKA US Invaders) (AKA U.S. Invaders)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications), UltrasoftDisc101-USSEndeavour.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaxian1986Steven Brookes11NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 12 in February 1986</p>
1816DISC101X*L*C*R: Squiggly Snake II (AKA XLCR) (AKA X.L.C.R.)ProAction (Pro Action), Electron User GroupDisc101-XLCRSquigglySnakeII.ssdRMaze1992Michael S. GrantPlay It Again Sam 19Squiggly Snake 211NY0<p>Originally published on Play It Again Sam 19 by ProAction.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 56 in February 2001.</p>
1817DISC101XenaporSelf-publishedDisc101-Xenapor.ssdWSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1990Mark C. Wheadon11NY
1818558DISC101XOR: Procyon's MazesLogotronDisc101-XorProcyonsMazes.ssdLMaze (Scrolling)2007Andrew Hayes (A.J.H.), Paul Carruthers, Ian Downend11Unofficial ReleaseNY0<p>The&nbsp;<a href="game.php?id=558">original game</a> was written by Ian Downend and Paul Carruthers in 1987.</p> <p>Andrew Hayes converted these extra levels from the Amiga release.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
1819DISC102Cosmic LanderSelf-publishedDisc102-CosmicLander.ssdPArcadeLunar Lander1987Adam Nightingale11NY0
1820DISC102Defence Com (AKA Defencecom)Acorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Addison-Wesley Publishers Ltd.)Disc102-DefenceCom.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1984Simon Williams11NYPublished in the January 1984 issue of Acorn User.
1821DISC102Father Christmas's CrackersElectron User GroupDisc102-FatherChristmassCrackers.ssdPMazeBomber Man1999Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 61 in November 2001.</p>
1822DISC102TheFroggy Game8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc102-FroggyGame.ssdPShooter (Gallery)Shoot, Frog1991Frank Dudley, Rupert Dudley11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 13 in June 1991.</p>
1823DISC102Fruitmania (AKA Fruit Mania)8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc102-Fruitmania.ssdPMaze1998Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-140.</p>
1824DISC102Headcase Hotel8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc102-HeadcaseHotel.ssdPMaze1995Stephen Scott11V1.11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-182</p> <p>The <a href="https://github.com/sassquad/headcasehotel">source for Headcase Hotel</a> has been published.</p>
1825DISC102Lemons8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc102-Lemons.ssdPCatch 'emClowns1999Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-147.</p>
1826DISC102Luna ZoneFiction Games Software, Electron User GroupDisc102-LunaZone.ssdPMaze1985Scott Green11NY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 62 in January 2002.</p>
1827DISC102Moonbase BetaProAction (Pro Action), Electron User GroupDisc102-MoonbaseBeta.ssdRArcade Adventure1992Peter HattonPlay It Again Sam 1911NY0<p>Originally published on Play It Again Sam 19 by ProAction.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 61 in November 2001.</p>
1828DISC102Mr. MinerElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc102-MrMinerE.ssdMMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash1987Mark Bolton, Alastair KingSTD11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 4, issue 12 in September 1987.
1829DISC102Overdrive 2002James Watson Software, Electron User GroupDisc102-Overdrive2002.ssdPDriving2002James Watson11NY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 62 in January 2002.</p>
1830DISC102PantheonHardCore Software, Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PDDisc102-Pantheon.ssdPShooter (Scrolling)Vertical1992Lars Osterballe (L0), Benny Lonstrup11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 19 in April 1992, and the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-64:1<br />Also given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 10 in December 1994.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 89. The original credit is given to GLM PD.</p> <p><span style="color: #333333; font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;">&nbsp;</span></p>
1831DISC102Percy III: Super SpyLads, Dano Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc102-PercyIIISuperSpy.ssdPPlatformer1987Danny J. NicholasPercy's Panic 311NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-188</p>
1832DISC102Shove It! (+Editor)Self-publishedDisc102-ShoveItSTD.ssdPMazePuzzler1992Melvyn GarciaSTD11NY0
1833DISC102Space Monster From Planet X (Invasion Of The)Bazzasoft, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc102-SpaceMonsterFromPlanetX.ssdPMaze1991Bazza11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-02</p>
1834DISC102Supersonic Snail RacingElectron User Group, BBC PD, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc102-SupersonicSnailRacing2P.ssdPSport (Snail Racing)Gambling1991Joshua Westbury25NY0<p>Published on BBC PD disc 117.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-144</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 54 in October 2000.</p>
1835DISC102Vliv8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc102-Vliv.ssdPMaze1998Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-140.</p>
1836DISC102VortexSelf-published, Electron User GroupDisc102-VortexABartram.ssdPPlatformer1990Anthony Bartram11NY0<p>Published on Anthony Bartram's own website, and later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 45 in September 1999.</p>
1837DISC103Ball GameDossySoftDisc103-BallGameSTD.ssdPPuzzle2006Dominic BeesleySTD11NY0<p>Dominic Beesley's BBC micro games and utilities&nbsp;<a href="http://www.webring.org/l/rd?ring=software;id=48;url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Ebrahms%2Edemon%2Eco%2Euk%2Fsoftware%2Fbbc%2Findex%2Ehtml">here.</a></p>
1838DISC103Bright Eyes (AKA Rabbit Rescue)Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc103-BrightEyes.ssdMMazeSnake1993Roger Frost11NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 issue 3 in May 1993.
1839DISC103Burger TimeSelf-publishedDisc103-BurgerTimeMinion.ssdPPlatformerBurger Time1987Adam Nightingale11NY0
184025DISC103Chuckie Egg 2009 [game only] (AKA Chuckie Egg 6) [hack]Organ Grinder's MonkeyDisc103-ChuckieEgg2009.ssdLPlatformer2009Dave Edwards (The Dave), Doug Anderson14YesUnofficial releaseNY0<p>Eight&nbsp;extra levels by Dave Edwards for the classic <a href="game.php?id=25">Chuckie Egg</a>. The levels were created with Dave Edwards's level-editor, which was part of <a href="game.php?id=2952">the original Chuckie Egg 2009 release</a>.</p> <p>The full game, including the level-editor, was published on the 8BS public-domain disc TBI-185.</p> <p>The new levels (<em>without</em> the editor) were published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 70 in 2009, and this BBC Micro game is an adaptation of that Electron release.</p>
1841DISC103CliffhangerInput Magazine (Marshall Cavendish Partworks Ltd.), Electron User GroupDisc103-Cliffhanger.ssdMPlatformer1985D. Summers11NY0<p>Published in Input Magazine in 22 parts! from issue 29 (page 904) to issue 50 (page 1580).</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group Public Domain Disc 70 in 2009.</p>
1842DISC103Egghead In SpaceCronosoft, Electron User GroupDisc103-EggheadInSpace.ssdPArcade Adventure2004Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 73 some time after 2010.</p>
1843DISC103Hard Hat HarryRetro SoftwareDisc103-HardHatHarry.ssdPPlatformer2011Sarah Walker (Tom Walker)Hard Hat Harry 111V1.0NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Hard_Hat_Harry">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1844DISC103Hyper ViperRetro SoftwareDisc103-HyperViper.ssdPMazeSnake2011Kenton Price11V1.1NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=HyperViper">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1845DISC103Jetman (AKA Jet Man)8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc103-Jetman.ssdPArcade Adventure1996Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-142.</p>
1846DISC103Litterbug (AKA Litter Bug)8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc103-Litterbug.ssdPPlatformer1998Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-142.</p>
1847DISC103MazezaMRetro Software, Electron User GroupDisc103-MazezaM.ssdPPuzzleSliding Block Puzzle, Maze2011Glass Fractal Software, Kian VincentMazezaM 111V2.1NY0<p>Originally published by Retro Software. <a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=MazezaM">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 74 around 2011.</p>
1848DISC103Ms. Pac-Man (AKA Ms. Pac Man)Self-publishedDisc103-MsPacMan.ssdPMazeArcade, Pac-Man1987Adam Nightingale11NY0
1849DISC103OddJob (AKA Odd Job)8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc103-OddJobD.ssdPPlatformer1986Mike Wyatt11Disc VersionNY0<p>Written in 1986 but never released.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-198</p> <p>Please note: To load from a DataCentre, activate *DTRAP</p>
1850DISC103OozemanElectron User GroupDisc103-Oozeman.ssdPMaze (Puzzle)Pipeline1999Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 45 in September 1999.</p>
1851DISC103ShipWrecked II: Jupiter 3 (AKA Ship Wrecked 2)Electron User Group, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc103-ShipWreckedIIJupiter3E.ssdPPlatform PuzzlerArcade Adventure1997Dominic Ford11YesNY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 35 in December 1997, and again on the Electron User Group PD Disc 40 in October 1998.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-151</p>
1852DISC103Sparse InvadersRetro Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc103-SparseInvaders.ssdPSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders2009Neil Beresford11V1.1NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Sparse_Invaders">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 67 in April 2013.</p>
1853DISC103Stunt MotorbikeUnknownDisc103-StuntMotorbike.ssdWDriving (Motorbike)Motorbike Jumping, Daredevil Dennis (Dare Devil Denis)198511NY0
1854DISC103Wall Wally8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc103-WallWally.ssdPMazeMaze builds as you go1994Graham Leng11NY0Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 36 in July 1994. <br>Also given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 9 in November 1994.
1855DISC104Bomber CommandJames Watson Software, Electron User GroupDisc104-BomberCommand.ssdPShooter (Gallery)Bomber2000James Watson11NY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 55 in December 2000.</p>
1856DISC104Build 'n' Break (+Editor)Self-publishedDisc104-BuildnBreakD.ssdPMaze1989Melvyn GarciaO11NY0
1857DISC104Car WarsSoftware For AllDisc104-CarWars.ssdRDriving (Maze)Head On198211NY0<p>This game was sold&nbsp; as a double-pack with <a href="game.php?id=1870">Alien Planet</a></p>
1858DISC104CavingPractical Computing (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.)Disc104-Caving.ssdMMaze1984Peter Scott 2, Richard Sewell11NY0<p>Published in the January 1984 issue of Practical Computing magazine (volume 7, issue 1).</p>
1859DISC104CosmosR.H. SoftwareDisc104-Cosmos.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983Michael Pritchett3-In-1 A11NY
1860DISC104DemolishR.H. SoftwareDisc104-Demolish.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Breakout, Invaders1983Michael Pritchett3-In-1 A11NY
1861DISC104GoldminerElectron User GroupDisc104-Goldminer.ssdPMaze (Scrolling)1999Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 58 in May 2001.</p>
1862DISC104Hard Hat Harry 2: Son Of HarryRetro Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc104-HardHatHarry2SonOfHarry.ssdPArcade Adventure2011Sarah Walker (Tom Walker)Hard Hat Harry 211NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Hard_Hat_Harry_2">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 67 in April 2013.</p>
1863DISC104Kung-Fu KidSelf-publishedDisc104-KungFuKid.ssdPBeat 'Em Up1987Adam Nightingale11NY0
1864DISC104MazezaM II: Monstrous MazezaMRetro SoftwareDisc104-MazezaMIIMonstrousMazezaM.ssdPMazeSliding Block Puzzle, Maze2011Glass Fractal SoftwareMazezaM 211NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=MazezaM">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1865DISC104MinefieldAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc104-MinefieldTMU.ssdMMaze199411NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 4 in June 1994.
1866DISC104Mixed Grill MarchRetro SoftwareDisc104-MixedGrillMarch.ssdPReaction Tester2012Jools Henn11NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Mixed_Grill_March">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1867DISC104Nyan SIDRetro SoftwareDisc104-NyanSid.ssdPCollect 'Em Up2012P. Jones11NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Nyan_SID">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1868DISC104PheenixElectron User GroupDisc104-Pheenix.ssdPSpace Shooter (Gallery)Phoenix1986Brian Lewis11NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 74 some time after 2010.</p>
1869DISC104Pipeman (AKA Pipe Man)8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc104-PipemanP.ssdPPlatformer1998Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-141.</p>
1870DISC104Alien Planet (AKA Planet Of The Aliens)Software For AllDisc104-PlanetOfTheAliens.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Bomber198211NY0<p>This game was sold as a double-pack with <a href="game.php?id=1857">Car Wars</a></p>
1871DISC104Task-ForceR.H. SoftwareDisc104-TaskForce2P.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Strategy1983Michael PritchettO3-In-1 A22NY
1872DISC104Timeslip (AKA Paradox) (AKA Time Run)RGS CompanyDisc104-TimeslipAKAParadoxP.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1993Steve Parkinson11NY
1873DISC105BarrageMicro Power (Program Power)Disc105-Barrage2P.ssdRShooter (Strategy)Trajectory, Worms1983P.R. Cox, S. BarrowMicro Power Magic 122NY0
1874DISC105Bubble BobbleFirebird Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc105-BubbleBobble.ssdUPlatformer1989Peter Gillett12Disc VersionNY0<p>This game was to have been released by Firebird Software, but was unreleased.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 66 in October 1998.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-119</p>
1875DISC105Damraider (AKA Dam Raider) (AKA Dam Raiders)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc105-Damraider.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Submarines1984Geoff Turner11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 3 in May 1984
1876DISC105Death XIVR.H. SoftwareDisc105-DeathXIV3In1.ssdRMazeShooter In Maze1983Michael Pritchett3-In-1 B11NY
1877DISC105DefenderAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc105-DefenderSWade.ssdMShooter (Gallery)Vertical1993Stephen Wade11NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 issue 4 in November 1993.
1878DISC105GomokuMicro Power (Program Power)Disc105-GomokuMicroPower.ssdRBoard Game (Gomoku)Gomoku1982Geoff Smith11YY
1879DISC105HarebrainElectron User GroupDisc105-Harebrain.ssdPPlatformer (Scrolling)2000Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 57 in April 2000.</p>
1880DISC105HarlequinKansas City SystemsDisc105-Harlequin2PSTT.ssdRPuzzleRiddles1983R. TravelttSTT24NY0
1881DISC105Jet Set MinerRetro SoftwareDisc105-JetSetMiner.ssdPPlatformer2009Sarah Walker (Tom Walker)11NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Jet_Set_Miner">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1882DISC105Jungle JourneyRetro Software, Electron User GroupDisc105-JungleJourney.ssdPArcade AdventureSabrewulf2011David Boddie11NY0<p>Originally published by Retro Software. <a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Jungle_Journey">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 74 around 2011.</p>
1883DISC105KnockoutR.H. SoftwareDisc105-Knockout.ssdRBat And BallBreakout, Pong1983Michael Pritchett3-In-1 B11NY
1885DISC105Maze Man (AKA 3D Maze)Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc105-MazeManE.ssdMMaze3D, Isometric1986S. Merrigan11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 3, issue 11 in August 1986.
1886DISC105Space RaidersR.H. SoftwareDisc105-SpaceRaiders.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983Michael Pritchett3-In-1 B11NY
1887DISC105TrankPersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc105-Trank.ssdBShooter (Gallery)Terrible1984Bill WalkerOPCW Games Collection (BOOK)11NY0<p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>Trank is an original zapping game involving Herman, the triangular tank, and a wandering gaily coloured target. The aim is to shoot as many targets as possible, without running into them, the walls or the obstacles. Herman can be controlled by either the keyboard or two joysticks, and the method of control is a little different to most games. If you are using joysticks the left stick controls his left caterpillar track and the fight stick controls his fight caterpillar track, so if both sticks are fully forward he will go forward at top speed, and if they are both back he will go in reverse at top speed. If one stick is forward and one back he will turn. Using the keyboard is similar:</p> <p style="padding-left: 30px;">A - Left track forward<br />Z - Left track backwards<br />* - Right track forward<br />? - Right track backwards<br />SPACE - Fire</p> </blockquote>
1888DISC105WeeniesCronosoftDisc105-WeeniesP.ssdRPlatform PuzzlerLemmings2003Chris Dewhurst11NYThis game gives you a password on completing a level. This can be used to skip to the next level the next time the game is played. These may be listed as an easter egg somewhere in the instructions screens. Try pressing P.
1889DISC105Zap!Retro SoftwareDisc105-Zap.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Galaga2009Jamie Woodhouse11NYY<p>See&nbsp;<a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Zap">Retro Software</a>&nbsp;for more information.</p>
1890DISC105Caterpillar (AKA Ziggy)Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc105-ZiggyAKACaterpillerE.ssdMMazeSnake1988Neil Hoggarth11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 4 in January 1988.
1891DISC106TheAttic Bug In SameGameRetro SoftwareDisc106-AtticBugInSameGame.ssdPPuzzleBlock Blaster2012Kian VincentO11NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Eventureland#Level_4_-_R3PLAY_.5BBBC_Micro.2C_Kian_Vincent.5D">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1892DISC106British Isles QuizComputer MarketDisc106-BritishIslesQuiz.ssdRQuizGeography Quiz1983A.L. Priest11NY
1893DISC106Car MazeLogic SystemsDisc106-CarMaze.ssdRMaze (Driving)Left And Right Only1983O11NY
1894DISC106City DefendM.G.B Software Support (MGB Software)Disc106-CityDefendJ.ssdRShooter (Gallery)Missile Command1983R11NY0<p>This game may not be playable without a joystick. Jsbeeb does not currently emulate a joystick so it might not be possible to play this game on the website. Try using an emulator or a real BBC.</p>
1895DISC106CobraSoftware For AllDisc106-Cobra.ssdRMazeSnake198211NY0<p>Sold in a 2 pack with <a href="game.php?id=1939">Robo Swamp</a></p>
1896DISC106GobblerM.G.B Software Support (MGB Software)Disc106-GobblerSide1or2.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1983O11NY0
1897DISC106Grand PrixSoftware For AllDisc106-GrandPrixSoftwareForAll.ssdRDriving (Top Down)Sprint198211NY0
1898DISC106InvadersMP SoftwareDisc106-InvadersMPSoftware.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders198211NY
1899DISC106jSnake (AKA j Snake)Retro SoftwareDisc106-JSnake.ssdPMazeSnake2013Jason Nicholls (jbnbeeb)11NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=JSnake">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1900DISC106MinefieldGraphic Research Ltd.Disc106-MinefieldGraphicResearch.ssdRTraditional GamesStrategy, Battleships198311YY
1901DISC106Orbit ZeroGraphic Research Ltd.Disc106-OrbitZero.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)1983O11NY
1902DISC106OxbridgeTynesoftDisc106-OxbridgeEdit.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1986Colin Jack11EditNYThis game has been slightly edited to save space.
1903DISC106Repton: The Lost RealmsRetro SoftwareDisc106-ReptonTheLostRealmsD.ssdRMaze (Scrolling)Boulder Dash2011Paras Sidapara, Sarah Walker (Tom Walker)ORepton 811NY0<p>This game is not available for download or playable online as it is a new commercial release. See&nbsp;<a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Repton:_The_Lost_Realms">Retro Software</a>&nbsp;for more information.</p>
1904DISC106ReversiPro SoftwareDisc106-ReversiPro.ssdRBoard Game (Reversi)Reversi198211NY
1905DISC106ShieldsElectron User GroupDisc106-ShieldsSTD.ssdPMaze (Scrolling)Repton, Puzzler2001Chris DewhurstSTD11NY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 62 in January 2002.</p>
1906DISC106Ski-RunLogic SystemsDisc106-SkiRunGamesPackOne.ssdRSport (Skiing)1983OGames Pack 1 (Logic Systems)19NY0<p>This game was part of Games Pack 1.</p> <p>The games were <a href="game.php?id=2549">Startrek</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1937">Mastermind</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1906">Ski-Run</a></p>
1907DISC106Soccer SupremoQual-SoftDisc106-SoccerSupremoEdit.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy1984Malcolm Howard11EditNYThis game has been slightly edited to save space.
1908DISC106Space InvadersDavid McKeranDisc106-SpaceInvadersDMcKeran.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983David McKeranUnoriginal Games12NY
1909DISC107Aces HighOasis SoftwareDisc107-AcesHigh.ssdRCard GamesGambling, Blackjack, Pontoon, Poker1984Margaret Stanger11NY0
1910DISC107AirliftBug-Byte (Bug Byte)Disc107-AirliftBugByte.ssdRMaze1982D. Pead11NY
1911DISC107Asteroid ProspectorElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc107-AsteroidProspectorE.ssdMCollect 'Em Up1984Eric Crisp11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 1, issue 7 in April 1984.
1912DISC107Carnival (AKA Carnivale)Retro SoftwareDisc107-CarnivalSTD.ssdPShooter (Gallery)2015Richard BroadhurstSTDO11NYY<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Carnivale">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1913DISC107Castle RaiderRetro SoftwareDisc107-CastleRaider.ssdPArcade Adventure2014David BoddieO11NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Castle_Raider">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1914DISC107FruityPotter ProgramsDisc107-Fruity.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1985I. McCollArcade 4 Pack11NY0<p>This game was published on a '4 pack' of games.</p> <p>The games were <a href="game.php?id=1942">Three Crystals</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1926">Yartsie</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1917">Hunchbach</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1914">Fruity</a></p>
1915DISC107GomokoPro SoftwareDisc107-GomokoPro.ssdRBoard GameGomoku198211NY
1916DISC107Hex!Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc107-Hex2P.ssdMBoard Game1994Adrian Jackson22NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 issue 13 in February 1994.
1917DISC107HunchbachPotter ProgramsDisc107-HunchbachArcade4Pack.ssdRPlatformer1985R. EatonOArcade 4 Pack11NY0<p>This game was published on a '4 pack' of games.</p> <p>The games were <a href="game.php?id=1942">Three Crystals</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1926">Yartsie</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1917">Hunchbach</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1914">Fruity</a></p>
1918DISC107J.R.Software For AllDisc107-JR2P.ssdRSimulation (Business)198222NY
1919DISC107jBiPlane (AKA j Bi Plane)Retro SoftwareDisc107-jBiplane2P.ssdPShooter (Gallery)2015Jason Nicholls (jbnbeeb)O22NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Jbiplane">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1920DISC107Mecha-Worm (AKA Mechaworm)Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc107-MechaWorm.ssdMMazeSnake1992Carl Dunkley11V1.2NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.10 issue 8 in October 1992.
1921DISC107Mountain PanicRetro SoftwareDisc107-MountainPanicCB.ssdRArcade Adventure2014Dave FootittO11NY0<p>Released into <a href="https://github.com/dave-f/panic">the public domain</a> by the author in June 2018.</p> <p>See&nbsp;<a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Mountain_Panic">Retro Software</a>&nbsp;for more information.</p>
1922DISC107Operation SafrasShards SoftwareDisc107-OperationSafrasSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1987Steve MaltzSTD11NY0
1923DISC107Space KingdomCosma, Software For AllDisc107-SpaceKingdomSTT.ssdRStrategy (Spaceship Management)Star Trek1982Andrew DavisSTT11V1.74YY0
1924DISC107TowntestSilverlindDisc107-Towntest.ssdRQuizGeography Quiz1983T.G. Holden11NY
1925DISC107UltimaMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc107-Ultima2P.ssdMBoard GameChess Variant1990Terry Blunt22NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.8 issue 5 in July 1990</p> <p>Another version of this game had already been published in Personal Software magazine, Spring 1983 edition.</p> <p>This variation on Chess was invented in 1962 by Robert Abbott. It was originally called <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baroque_chess">Baroque Chess</a>, but was changed to Ultima at the suggestion of his publisher.</p> <p>Some variations to the rules exist.</p>
1926DISC107YartsiePotter ProgramsDisc107-Yartsie.ssdRTraditional Games (Dice)Yahtzee1985A. JohnsonArcade 4 Pack13NY0<p>This game was published on a '4 pack' of games.</p> <p>The games were <a href="game.php?id=1942">Three Crystals</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1926">Yartsie</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1917">Hunchbach</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1914">Fruity</a></p>
1927DISC1083D MazeClemoes SoftwareDisc108-3DMazeGamesOfDeduction.ssdRMaze3D Maze1983M. ClemoesGames Of Deduction11NY0<p>Published on the 3 game compilation "Games Of Deduction". The games included were "3D Maze", "Colour Cube", and "Mastercode".</p>
1928DISC108Asteroid LanderArgus Press Software (APS) (ASP), Personal Computing Today (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc108-AsteroidLander.ssdRArcadeLunar Lander198211YY0<p>This game was sold in a double-pack with <a href="game.php?id=1958">Pete The Plastered Postman.</a></p> <p>The (slightly buggy) game listing was published in the September 1982 issue of Personal Computing Today, but I am unsure as to whether this was before, or after the professional release.</p> <p>The game listing was later published in the July/August 1983 issue of A&amp;B Computing.</p>
1929DISC108AwariCSL MicrodataDisc108-AwariCSL.ssdRTraditional GamesAwari1983Beebtape 5Beebtape 511NY0<p>Published on "Beebtape 5". This was number five in a series of six "Beebtapes", compilation tapes that CSL Microdata released in 1982 and 1983.</p>
1930DISC108Battlezone SixKansas City SystemsDisc108-BattlezoneSixSTTE.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)1986Robert TurnerSTT11YesNY
1931DISC108Crazy Cut (AKA Danger Mower)R.H. SoftwareDisc108-CrazyCut.ssdRMaze1983Stephen EllwoodOR.H. Compendium11NY
1932DISC108DiggaElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc108-DiggaE.ssdMMaze1985Stephen Martin (Steven Martin)11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 2, issue 11 in August 1985.
1933DISC108Drop In (AKA The Fall) (AKA All Fall Down)Arrowsoft, Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc108-DropInAKATheFall2P.ssdPStrategy1993K. Swallow22NY0Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 25 in February 1993. <br>Also given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 issue 7 in September 1993.
1934DISC108FroggerRetro SoftwareDisc108-FroggerRSCB.ssdPPlatformerFrogger2016Richard BroadhurstO11NYY<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&amp;t=978">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p> <p>The latest version was completed in 2018, and is compatible with the new video ULA. See <a href="http://www.stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=57&amp;t=10684&amp;hilit=New+version+frogger#p130299">Stardot Forums.</a></p>
1935DISC108KastleTynesoftDisc108-KastleE.ssdRAdventureGraphic Adventure1986Martin SykesOFour Great Games vol. 311YesNY0
1936DISC108Lunar InvasionAlternativeDisc108-LunarInvasionTD3E.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Moon Buggy1987Triple Decker 03Triple Decker 0311YesNY
1937DISC108MastermindLogic Systems, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc108-MastermindGamesPackOne.ssdRPuzzleMastermind1983Games Pack 1 (Logic Systems)19NY0<p>This game was part of Games Pack 1.</p> <p>The games were <a href="game.php?id=2549">Startrek</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1937">Mastermind</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1906">Ski-Run</a></p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
1938DISC108MyriapodAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc108-Myriapod.ssdMMaze1992Joshua Westbury11NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.10 issue 8 in October 1992.
1939DISC108Robo SwampSoftware For AllDisc108-RoboSwamp.ssdRMaze198211NY0<p>Sold in a 2 pack with <a href="game.php?id=1895">Cobra</a></p>
1940DISC108SnowballSelf-publishedDisc108-Snowball2P.ssdPShooter (Gallery)Boot Hill, Snowballs1985Robert Crowe, M. CroweSoft Centre Collection, The22NY0
1941DISC108Telephone ManiaAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc108-TelephoneMania.ssdMStrategy1993Joshua Westbury, Lewis Westbury11NYGiven away on the subscribers BBC Disc in Acorn Computing Magazine (Formerly Micro User Magazine) vol.10 issue 11 in January 1993.
1942DISC108TheThree CrystalsPotter ProgramsDisc108-ThreeCrystalsArcade4Pack.ssdRArcade Adventure1985Alan BrackArcade 4 Pack11NY0<p>This game was published on a '4 pack' of games.</p> <p>The games were <a href="game.php?id=1942">Three Crystals</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1926">Yartsie</a>, <a href="game.php?id=1917">Hunchbach</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=1914">Fruity</a></p>
1943DISC108William The ConquerorMolimerx Ltd. (Molymerx)Disc108-WilliamTheConqueror.ssdRStrategy1984D.S. Peckett11NY
1944DISC108Yes Prime MinisterMosaic Publishing Ltd.Disc108-YesPrimeMinisterSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1988David Pringle, John Wood, Richard Horrocks, Richard YappSTDO11NY
1945DISC109Alien FalloutHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc109-AlienFallout.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1984Shingo Sugiura11V2NYPublished in issue 58 of Home Computing Weekly in April 1984.
1946DISC109ABM (AKA Anti-Ballistic Missile Command)AlligataDisc109-AntiBallisticMissileCommand.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Missile Command1982Steve Evans11YY
1947DISC109Beebout (AKA Super Breakout)Retro SoftwareDisc109-BeeboutAKASuperBreakout.ssdPBreakout2015Simon Hooper (Sydney)11NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Beebout">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software, and at<a href="http://www.stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=1&amp;t=8695&amp;hilit=Beebout#p94786">&nbsp;Stardot Forums.</a> The <a href="https://github.com/sydney69/beebout">source code of Beebout</a> is on github.</p>
1948DISC109ClaustrophobiaMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc109-Claustrophobia.ssdMMaze3D Maze1986Robin Nixon11NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 11 in January 1986</p>
1949DISC109DottyComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc109-Dotty.ssdMMazeArcade, Pac-Man1984Chris Broyden11NY0<p>Published In the May 1984 issue of Computer &amp; Video Games. Issue 31.</p>
1950DISC109English Civil WarRed ShiftDisc109-EnglishCivilWar2P.ssdRStrategy1984Joe Sherwood-Taylor22NY
1951DISC109Enigma!Brainbox SoftwareDisc109-Enigma.ssdRCard Game1983Clive Loveluck11NY
1952DISC109FivesMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc109-Fives.ssdMBoard Game5 In A Row1986John Lambert12NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.3 issue 11 in January 1986
1953DISC109Flood ItRetro SoftwareDisc109-FloodIt.ssdPPuzzle2011Michael Firth11NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Flood-It!">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
1954DISC109Golden ShotN/ADisc109-GoldenShotSTD.ssdUQuizTV Show1992STD11NY0
1955DISC109GridderElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc109-GridderE.ssdMPuzzle1987William M. McGregor11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 4, issue 7 in April 1987.
1956DISC109Grijpertje (AKA Catcher)Big Ben ClubDisc109-GrijpertjeAKACatcher.ssdWMazeSnake1986John V.D. MastO11V5.1NY
1957DISC109Hi LoSelf-publishedDisc109-HiLo.ssdPCard GameHigher And Lower, Gambling, Play your cards right1985Robert Crowe, M. CroweSoft Centre Collection, The11NY0
1958DISC109Pete The Plastered Postman (AKA Postman)Argus Press Software (APS) (ASP), Personal Computing Today (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc109-Postman.ssdRMaze1982A.E. Ward11NY0<p>This game was sold in a double-pack with <a href="game.php?id=1928">Asteroid Lander.</a></p> <p>The game listing was published in the January 1983 issue of Personal Computing Today, but I am unsure as to whether this was before, or after the professional release.</p> <p><strong>Please note: The game would originally only work on OS0.10, but has been tweaked to work on OS1.20, which is the latest official version of the operating system supplied with the BBC Model B.</strong></p>
1959DISC109PuffinElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc109-PuffinE.ssdMMazePengo1985Matthew O'Donnell11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 2, issue 6 in March 1985.
1960DISC109QuadCube (AKA Quad Cube)Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc109-QuadCube.ssdMPuzzleTetris1992Edward Brown11NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.10 issue 10 in December 1992.
1961DISC109ThrusterMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Europress Publications)Disc109-Thruster.ssdMMazeThrust1991Rob Walmsley11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.9 issue 7 in September 1991.
1962DISC109World War 1Computer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc109-WorldWar1.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1985Adam Mastromarino11NYPublished In the February 1985 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 40, in the "Book Of Games" supplement.
1963DISC1102048Raspberry Pi FoundationDisc110-2048.ssdPPuzzle2014Eben Upton11NY0<p>Written to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the BASIC programming language, even though the finished game contains quite a bit of 6502 machine code!</p>
1964DISC110AstroBlaster (AKA Astro Blaster)Retro SoftwareDisc110-AstroblasterRCB.ssdPSpace Shooter (Gallery)2016Richard Broadhurst11SWR For Enhanced PlayNYY<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&amp;t=912">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software, and at&nbsp;<a href="http://www.stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=57&amp;t=8648&amp;hilit=Astroblaster#p93932">Stardot Forums.</a></p> <p>CTRL-Break is required after playing to reset the computer to a usable state. Sideways RAM is required for added speech.</p>
1965DISC110Connect Four (AKA Make Four)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc110-ConnectFourAKAMakeFour.ssdMTraditional GamesConnect 41991Malcolm F. Wilkins11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.9 issue 1 in March 1991.
1966DISC110Dicer!Self-publishedDisc110-Dicer2P.ssdPDice Game1985Robert Crowe, M. CroweSoft Centre Collection, The24NY0
1967DISC110TheEaster Egg ChaseElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc110-EasterEggChaseE.ssdMMaze1986Roger Frost11YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 3, issue 7 in April 1986.</p>
1968DISC101Percy's PanicElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc101-PercysPanicE.ssdMMaze1985Roger Frost, Sue FrostPercy's Panic 111YesNY0<p>Published in Electron User magazine volume 2, issue 6 in March 1985.</p>
1969DISC110PligElectron User GroupDisc110-PligP.ssdPMazePengo2002Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 63 around April 2003.</p>
1970DISC110PucmanDavid McKeranDisc110-PucmanUnoriginalGames.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1983David McKeranUnoriginal Games11NY0
1971DISC110King's Ransom (AKA Ransom)IncentiveDisc110-RansomSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1987STD11NY
1972DISC110SimonElectron User GroupDisc110-Simon.ssdPMemory GameSimon, Traditional1988Steven Flintham11V1.00NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 70 in 2009.</p>
1973DISC110Star Trek: The GameComputer TelesoftwareDisc110-StarTrekTheGame.ssdWStrategy (Spaceship Management)Star Trek1983T.E. Kennington11V1.4NY
1974DISC110Strategy I: Invasion (AKA Strategy 1: Invasion)Argus Press Software (APS) (ASP)Disc110-StrategyIInvasion.ssdRStrategy1983Strategy 111NY
1975DISC110TankModel B Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc110-Tank.ssdMShooter (Gallery)1984Gary PilbrowModel B Computing Cassette 0511NY0<p>Published on the "Model B Computing" cassette number 5 in June/July 1984.</p>
1976DISC110Thai BoxingAnco SoftwareDisc110-ThaiBoxingDE.ssdRSport (Thai Boxing)198611YesV2NY0<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
1977DISC110Timetrek (AKA Time Trek)Micro Power (Program Power)Disc110-Timetrek.ssdRStrategy (Spaceship Management)Star Trek1982David Elliot11NY
1978DISC110ViperR.H. SoftwareDisc110-Viper.ssdRMazeSnake1983Michael Pritchett11NY
1979DISC112ArtemidorusOrchiewall SoftwareDisc112-Artemidorus.ssdWMazeCrystal Castles198611New ScreensNYIn common with most of the games on this website, the game was restored by Mick Brown. While he was able to aquire the program, he was not able to find the data files which make up the levels. Undaunted, Mick created some new levels so the game can be played again. Read the story on the <a href="http://stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=9891&p=118458">stardot forums</a>. If you have access to the original data files, please <a href="http://stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=11274&p=139922">let us know in the stardot forums</a>.
1980DISC111BlockadeDavid McKeranDisc111-BlockadeUnoriginalGames2P.ssdRMazeTron, Light Cycles1983David McKeranUnoriginal Games22NY
1981DISC111Championship BoxingElectron User Group, Pan Books Ltd., Personal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Publications)Disc111-ChampionshipBoxing.ssdBSport (Boxing)1983Ian Thomas, Paul StanleySixty programs for the BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>Published in the book <em>Sixty Programs for the BBC Micro</em> by <em>Pan Books Ltd.</em> In association with <em>Personal Computer News</em>.</p> <p>Original program by Paul Stanley, converted for the BBC Micro by Ian Thomas.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 54 in October 2000.</p> <p>Sixty Programs for the BBC Micro contains the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>Although we say it ourselves, this program is very close to being a masterpiece. Let's face it, you're never going to make it into the ring, but the hours you spend keying-in programs amount to a great deal; of repressed aggression. So here's your chance to take on the boxing champions of the world without stirring from your armchair. The program offers you a bird's eye view of a boxing ring and the opportunity to go three rounds with an opponent of your choice. You only score points if you manage to connect with the head, and a KO is possible if your strategy's slick enough.</p> </blockquote>
1982DISC111LazerChess (AKA Lazer Chess)Electron User Group, Self-publishedDisc111-LazerChessSTD.ssdPBoard Game (Chess)Chess1990Andre SiheraSTD11NY0<p>Originally published on the Stairway to Hell site, and later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 69 in 2009.</p>
1983DISC111S.C.O.T.T. (Space Cargo Operation Twenty Two)Electron Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc111-SCOTTE.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)1985Scott Green11YesNY0<p>Published on the Electron Computing issue 5 cassette in 1985.</p>
1984DISC111Skywalker (AKA Sky Walker)Computer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc111-Skywalker.ssdMShooter1985M. Offield11NYPublished In the July 1985 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 45, in the "Book Of Games" supplement.
1985DISC111Splat!Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc111-Splat.ssdRMaze1984Martin HollisGolden Games11NY0<p>Published on the Micro User "Golden Games" compilation in 1984. The compilation consisted of Bill Bounces Back, Cribbage, Fair Play, Sevens, Which Way, White Widow, Yams, China Drop, Crown Green Bowls, Draw Poker, Explorer Eddie, Master Spy, Patience, and Splat!</p>
1986DISC111Startrek (AKA Star Trek)R.H. SoftwareDisc111-StartrekRHCompendium.ssdRStrategy (Spaceship Management)Star Trek1983Stephen EllwoodR.H. Compendium11NY0
1987DISC111Strategy II: Hunt For The Bismark (AKA Strategy 2: Hunt For The Bismark)Argus Press Software (APS) (ASP)Disc111-StrategyIIHuntForTheBismark.ssdRStrategy1983Strategy 211NY
1988DISC111Super HangerSelf-publishedDisc111-SuperHangerSTD.ssdPWord Games (Hangman)Hangman1984Robert Crowe, M. CroweSTDSoft Centre Collection, The11NY0
1989DISC111Survive!Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc111-Survive.ssdMMazeTron, Light Cycles1987Martin Barr11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.5 issue 6 in August 1987
1990DISC111TrioAcorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc111-Trio.ssdMPuzzleTetris1994Michael Elson12NYGiven away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 3 in May 1994.
1991DISC111World Cup ManagerCosma, Software For AllDisc111-WorldCupManager.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy198211YY0<p>This game will only work on OS1.2, which is the latest official version of the operating system supplied with the BBC Model B.</p>
1992DISC111ZenSelf-publishedDisc111-ZenSTD.ssdPArcade Adventure2012Andrew CookSTD11NY0<p>In-browser play for this game is still developing and may be unreliable. (The game needs to write to the disc and this is currently possible only in an experimental version of jsbeeb.)</p> <p>To play Zen offline, download the disc-image and run it in an emulator, with write-protection turned off.</p>
1993DISC1123D Maze (AKA 3D-Maze)Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc112-3DMazeSTD.ssdMMaze3D Maze1993David JohnstonSTD11NY0Given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User magazine), volume 11, issue 7, in September 1993.
1994DISC112BlokkendoosJBF SoftwareDisc112-BlokkendoosSTD.ssdPMazeSnake1989Johan Paul HendriksSTD11NY0
1995DISC112Doomrun (AKA Doom Run)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc112-Doomrun.ssdMSpace Shooter (Gallery)Star Wars, Deathstar, Trench1984Allan Morris11NYPublished in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 5 in July 1984
19962874DISC999Yellow River KingdomBBC SoftDisc999-YellowRiverKingdom.ssdRStrategySimulation (Agriculture), Resource Management, Hamurabi1981Tom Hartley, Jerry Temple-Fry, Richard G. Warner11YY0<p>This game appeared on the <a href="game.php?id=2874">Welcome tape</a> for the BBC Micro. It is a conversion of <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamurabi_(video_game)">Hamurabi</a>.</p>
1997DISC112Rock PileElectron User GroupDisc112-RockPileE.ssdPSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1988Paul Lear11YesNY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 70 in 2009.</p>
1998DISC112Rockfall (AKA Rock Fall)David McKeran, Computer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc112-RockfallUnoriginalGames.ssdMAvoid 'em1983David McKeranUnoriginal Games11NY0<p>Originally published In the March 1983 issue of Computer &amp; Video Games. Issue 17.</p> <p>Later, this game, in ever-so-slightly different form, was released by David Mckeran on his <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=unoriginal+games&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">"Unoriginal Games"</a> compilation.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
1999DISC112TheSecret Diary Of Adrian Mole Aged 13¾Level 9 Computing, Mosaic Publishing Ltd.Disc112-SecretDiaryOfAdrianMole.dsdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics, Multiple Choice1985Caroline Holden, Pete Austin, Richard KellySTDAdrian Mole 111NYY<p>If you are playing this game on a real BBC Micro fitted with a Datacentre, then *DTRAP must be set to ON</p>
2000DISC110HowzatAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc110-HowzatTD42P.ssdMSport (Cricket)1986Jason ChownTriple Decker 04Triple Decker 0422NY0Published in Electron User Magazine vol.3 issue 11 in August 1986. <br>Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 04 compilation.
2001DISC110Timerun (AKA Time Run)Self-publishedDisc110-Timerun.ssdWSpace Shooter (Gallery)1989Anthony Bartram11NY
2002DISC111Fruit Machine (AKA Bandit)BeebugsoftDisc111-FruitMachineAKABandit.ssdRSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1983S. Crump11NY0<p>Sold by Beebugsoft. First Advertised in xxxx <br />Sold as a dual pack with "Honest Joe".</p>
2003DISC111Palace Of DeathSelf-publishedDisc111-PalaceOfDeath.ssdWArcade Adventure1989Simon Wallace11NY
2004DISC111PandemoniaPopular Computing Weekly (Sunshine Publications Ltd.)Disc111-Pandemonia.ssdMCollect 'Em Up1985Jeffrey Cooke11NY0<p>Published in Pupular Computing Weekly magazine volume 4 issues 34 (page 16) and 35 (page 18) week commencing the 22nd/29th August 1985.</p>
2005DISC111Poc-ManGanymedeDisc111-PocMan.ssdRMazeArcade, Pac-Man1983OClassic Arcade Games (Ganymede)11V1.0NY0
2006DISC111TheQuest Of GondorDoctor SoftDisc111-QuestOfGondor.ssdRRPG1983I.S. Humphreys11NY
2007DISC112DraughtsMicro Power (Program Power)Disc112-DraughtsMicroPower.ssdRBoard Games (Draughts)Draughts1983Peter Averill11NY
2008DISC112EmpireShards Software, Paxman PromotionsDisc112-Empire.ssdRStrategy1984War Games Pack11NY0
2009DISC112FishingAlternative, Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc112-FishingTD4.ssdMSimulation (Fishing)1986Michael KelsallTriple Decker 04Triple Decker 0411NY0Published in Electron User Magazine vol.3 issue 9 in June 1986. <br>Later released by Alternative Software on the Triple Decker 04 compilation.
2010DISC112InvadersGanymedeDisc112-InvadersGanymede.ssdRSpace Shooter (Gallery)Space Invaders1983OClassic Arcade Games (Ganymede)11V1.0NY
2011DISC112ZarkSelf-publishedDisc112-Zark.ssdWMaze1989Simon Wallace11NY
2012DISC112BalloonsCJE MicrosDisc112-Balloons.ssdRCollect 'Em Up1983O11NY0
2013DISC112Fireman (AKA Fire Man)SalamanderDisc112-FiremanGamesCompendiumB1.ssdRCatch 'emSave 'em Up, Clowns1983Andrew PymerGames Compendium B111NY0
2014DISC112ShuttleMolimerx Ltd. (Molymerx)Disc112-ShuttleMolimerx.ssdRSimulation (Space Flight)1983C.J. Hawes11NY
2015DISC999Search For The Lost OrbN/ADisc999-SearchForTheLostOrb.ssdUAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXSTD11NY0<p>Not much is known about this game, but it appears to be of commercial quality.</p>
2016DISC9992002: A Space OddityA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-2002ASpaceOddity.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STDAdventure Crazy11AdventurescapeNY0<p>This game was not listed in the magazine. <br />Commercially released on the "Adventure Crazy" Adventurescape disc, first advertised in the March 1986 issue. <br />The games included on the disc were: Jungle Adventure, 2002, Pobjoy Special, Island Adventure, Silicon Adventure, LiveAid, Snow Queen, Anthrosin, and Creepy Adventure.</p>
2017DISC9999 Classic Card And Board Games No. 1Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc999-9ClassicCardAndBoardGamesNo1.ssdRBoard Games And Card GamesGambling, Pelmanism, Blackjack, Compilation, Draughts, Fives, Dominoes, Molecule, Reversi, Code Breaker, Patience, Pontoon, Pairs1986O9 Classic Card And Board Games No. 1Micro User Classic Card And Board Games 112NY0<p>First advertised in Micro User Vol.4 issue 1 in March 1986, "9 Classic Card And Board Games No.1" and "9 Classic Card And Board Games No.2" were available for purchase separately. These compilations included some previously published type-in games.</p>
2018DISC9999 Classic Card And Board Games No. 2Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc999-9ClassicCardAndBoardGamesNo2.ssdRBoard Games And Card GamesGambling, Compilation, Backgammon, Cribbage, Squares, Solitaire, Tic Tac Toe, Sliding Blocks, Poker, Sevens, Higher And Lower19869 Classic Card And Board Games No. 2Micro User Classic Card And Board Games 212NY0<p>First advertised in Micro User Vol.4 issue 1 in March 1986, "9 Classic Card And Board Games No.1" and "9 Classic Card And Board Games No.2" were available for purchase separately. These compilations included some previously published type-in games.</p>
2019DISC999TheAbominable SnowmenWGamesDisc999-AbominableSnowmen.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Gavin Procter, Michael Procter11NY
2020DISC999AchetonTopologikaDisc999-AchetonTopologika.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Jon Thackray, David Seal, Jonathan PartingtonSTD11NY
2021DISC999AchetonAcornsoftDisc999-AchetonSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Jon Thackray, David Seal, Jonathan PartingtonSTD11NY
2022DISC999Acheton Hints DiscAcornsoftDisc999-AchetonHints.ssdRGame Hints1984Jon Thackray, David Seal, Jonathan Partington11NY
2023DISC999Acorn AdventureCSL MicrodataDisc999-AcornAdventure.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Beebtape 5Beebtape 511NY0<p>Published on "Beebtape 5". This was number 5 in a series of 6 "Beebtapes" - compilation tapes that CSL Microdata released in 1982 and 1983.</p>
2024DISC999Adventure8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-AdventureDavidJohnston.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXDavid Johnston11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-190-1</p>
2025DISC999Adventure DiplomaFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-AdventureDiploma.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1991Basil WatertonSTD11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 3 issue 3 in 1991.</p>
2026DISC999Alien JailbreakHiatal SoftwareDisc999-AlienJailbreak.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure2014Lurkio, AnonSTD11NY0<p>Development on this game, then untitled, began in the 1980s. An incomplete version was discovered and finished independently in 2014.&nbsp;</p>
2027DISC999All The Colours Of Darkness8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Bazzasoft, Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications)Disc999-AllTheColoursOfDarkness.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1991Adrian JacksonSTD11NY0<p>Written with BAPS (The Bazzasoft Adventure Programming System).</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-189.</p> <p>Contained on the BAPS disc were "All the colours of darkness", "House - it's quite good really", "Test of the turnip", and "Eridan rescue", and the BAPS program itself.</p> <p>Also given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.11 issue 9 in November 1993.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
2028DISC999American Suds (Parts 1 to 4)RiverdaleDisc999-AmericanSuds.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986David EdwardsSTT11NY0<p>All 3 <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=suds&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;sort=b">Suds Adventures</a> were wtitten using "The Quill".</p>
2029DISC999AmnesiaA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-Amnesia.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Jane Evans, Jonathan EvansSTD11AdventurescapeNY0First Advertised in the November 1985 issue of A&B Computing. This was a disc only purchase, along with the upgraded version of the "Adventurescape" adventure writing system.
2030DISC999Anion 3 (AKA Anion-3)N/ADisc999-Anion3v2.6.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Andrew H. (Ash73)STD11NY0<p>This game was originally programmed in 1987/1988, and then updated and finished in 2016.</p> <p>More details&nbsp;<a href="http://stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=13&amp;t=10717">here.</a></p>
2031DISC999Annabel Gray (Parts 1 And 2)Lee SoftwareDisc999-AnnabelGray.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1988Anthony Lee MoralSTT11NY0<p><a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=Lee+Software&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Both adventures from Lee Software</a> were written using "The Quill".</p>
2032DISC999TheAntagonistsAddison-Wesley Publications (Addison Wesley)Disc999-Antagonists.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Hal Renko, Hermie Hermans, Sam EdwardsSTDThe Antagonists (BOOK)11NY0<p>A type-in game from the <a href="https://archive.org/details/Antagonists">book of the same name</a>.</p>
2033DISC999AnthrosinA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-Anthrosin.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1986S. FalkingbridgeSTDAdventure Crazy11AdventurescapeNY0<p>Published in the March 1986 issue of A&amp;B Computing. <br />This was one of 2 winning games in the Adventurescape games writing competition, the other being Jungle Quest. <br />Commercially released on the "Adventure Crazy" Adventurescape disc, first advertised in the March 1986 issue. <br />The games included on the disc were: Jungle Adventure, 2002, Pobjoy Special, Island Adventure, Silicon Adventure, LiveAid, Snow Queen, Anthrosin, and Creepy Adventure.</p>
2034DISC119ApocalypseCommand, Red ShiftDisc119-ApocalypseSTD2PD.ssdRStrategy1984215NY
2035DISC999TheArchersMosaic Publishing Ltd.Disc999-Archers.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Pete Austin11NY
2036DISC999Aussie Suds (Part 1)Database PublicationsDisc999-AussieSudsPart1.ssdUAdventureText, Text Adventure1988David EdwardsSTT11NY0<p>This is part one of a series. Unfortunately the author died before he was able to write any further episodes. However, if you liked this game, try <a href="game.php?id=2237">Suds</a>, and <a href="game.php?id=2028">American Suds</a> by the same author.</p> <p>All 3 <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=suds&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;sort=b">Suds Adventures</a> were wtitten using "The Quill".</p>
2037DISC999TheAxe Of Kolt (Parts 1 to 4)Elk Adventure Club (Electron Adventure Club)Disc999-AxeOfKoltE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Larry HorsfieldSTT11YesNY0<p>All 5 <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=elk+adventure+club&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Elk Adventure Club adventures</a> were written using "The Quill".</p>
2038DISC999Beastie AdventureDano Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-BeastieAdventure.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1989Danny J. NicholasSTD11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-188</p>
2039DISC999Bells, Mini Adventure (AKA A Tangled Tale)Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc999-BellsMiniAdventure.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure198411NY0Published in Micro User Magazine vol.2 issue 6 in August 1984
2040DISC127Bismarck (Death Of A Battleship)BBC SoftDisc127-BismarckSTD.ssdRStrategy1988Barry JoyceSTD12NY0
2041DISC126Black Queen (AKA Black Queen Contract Bridge)BBC SoftDisc126-BlackQueenSTD.ssdRCard Game (Bridge)Bridge1987Michael FellowsSTD11DiscNY0
2042DISC999TheBody In The BunkerSelf-publishedDisc999-BodyInTheBunker.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXBill TrevelyanSTD11NY
2043DISC999Bomb Alert8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-BombAlert-FIX.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1989Jon RipleySTD11NY0<p>Published by 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on "disc JJR-09", which in fact comprises three discs of adventure games. Bomb Alert was on disc 1.</p> <p>(For reasons unknown, the version of the game that was on the disc-image that was originally uploaded here was incomplete: the winning ending message was missing. A suitable message was written and added to the game in 2018. <a href="https://stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=51&amp;t=15436">More details</a> at Stardot.)</p>
2044DISC999Bored Of The Rings (Parts 1 to 4)SilversoftDisc999-BoredOfTheRingsSTT.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Fergus McNeill, Ian WillisSTT11NY
2045DISC999Botanical GardensFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-BotanicalGardens.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1990Basil WatertonSTD11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 2 issue 1 in 1990.</p>
2046DISC999Brain AerobicsMinicDisc999-BrainAerobics.ssdRCard GamesCompilation, Culbertson, Q-Phrenics, Hylocynate, Xyology198511NY
2047DISC999Bridge Mentor IIMinicDisc999-BridgeMentorIIv11.ssdRCard Game (Bridge)Bridge198611V1.1NY
2048DISC999CaptiveInterface Publications, Addison-Wesley Publications (Addison Wesley)Disc999-Captive.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Ian WattCreating Adventure Programs on the BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>From the book <em>Creating Adventure Programs on the BBC Micro</em> by <em>Ian Watt</em> published by <em>Interface Publications</em>.</p>
2049DISC999Castle BlackstarCDS Software Ltd.Disc999-CastleBlackstar.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Andrew Cummins, Geoff Richardson, Mark SheppardSTT11VB1.3NY
2050DISC999Castle Of FearMicro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc999-CastleOfFear.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Marcus Adams, Michal Noels11NY0<p><em>...this isn't really an adventure. It's basically a 3D noughts and crosses (or tic-tac-toe for our American friends) that plays like a role-playing game with single-letter input played in real-time with lots of sudden-death scenarios and random events that you've got no control over. Avoid it unless you're extremely patient and prepared to play it dozens of times, even if you know the solution.</em> &mdash;Garry at <a href="http://www.solutionarchive.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=3&amp;t=981&amp;p=9003#p8997">CASA</a></p> <p>Published in Micro User magazine, volume 2, issue 6, in August 1984.</p>
2051DISC999CatacombsAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc999-Catacombs.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Carl Stow11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine August/September 1984. Issue 5.
2052DISC999Cave Adventure8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-CaveAdventure.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Derek Crannaford11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-93</p>
2053DISC999CavesPenguin BooksDisc999-Caves.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Peter KillworthHow to Write Adventure Games (BOOK)11NY0<p>From the book <em>How to Write Adventure Games</em> by <em>Peter Killworth</em> published by <em>Penguin Acorn Computer Library</em>.</p>
2054DISC117Cells And SerpentsArgus Press Software (APS) (ASP), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PD, A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), Computing Today (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc117-CellsSerpentsSTT.ssdRRPGText, Text Adventure1983Ian Nicholls, G. LovellSTT11YY0<p>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.</p> <p>The original, commercial BBC micro release by ASP software was in early 1983. A functionally identical, but much better annotated listing was published in the May/June 1983 issue of A&amp;B Computing (volume 1, issue 1) which credits I.G. Nicholls with the translation.<br />Later, a slightly different listing was published both on the 8BS Public Domain disc 05 in September 1990, and BBC PD Disc 10.<br />An improved version of this listing was published on both BBC PD Disc 166 (which featured Mad Rabbit PD Disc 024) and 8BS Public Domain disc 08 in January 1991 which credits the improvements to Roger Pashby in October 1990.</p>
2055DISC999CloudburstMicronet 800Disc999-Cloudburst.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1984David Machin11NY0<p>This game was David Machin's 'O' level computer science project (and Micronet 800's "Freebie software of the month" winner.)</p>
2056DISC999Coffee AdventureElectron User GroupDisc999-CoffeeAdventure.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure2000Dave Edwards (The Dave)11NY0<p>Published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 51 in June 2000.</p>
2057DISC999Complete Home Entertainment CentreCDS Software Ltd.Disc999-CompleteHomeEntertainmentCentre.ssdRBoard Games And Card GamesGambling, Blackjack, Compilation, Bridge, Chess, Backgammon, Dominoes, Poker, Pontoon, Wordsearch1986Complete Home Entertainment Centre14NY0
2058DISC999Computer Maniac's Diary 1989DomarkDisc999-ComputerManiacsDiary1989.ssdRDiaryCompilation, Hangman, Pools Forecast, Reaction Timer198911NY
2059DISC999Conquering EverestArgus Press Software (APS) (ASP), Personal Software (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), Computing Today (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-ConqueringEverest.ssdRRPG1982Simon BunceSTT11NY0<p>The original listing, by Simon Bunce, for the NASCOM 2 computer was printed in "Computing Today" magazine in the May 1981 issue.</p> <p>This was later converted for the BBC Micro, and printed in "Personal Software" magazine issue 1, Summer 1982.</p> <p>This was then expanded and released commercially in 1983 by ASP Software.</p>
2060DISC999CopsAlpineDisc999-Cops.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1990Philip HawthorneSTD11NY0
2061DISC999CordeliaFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-Cordelia.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1989Basil WatertonSTD11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 1 issue 2 in 1989.</p>
2062DISC999Countdown To DoomTopologikaDisc999-CountdownToDoomTopologika.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Peter KillworthSTD11NY
2063DISC999Countdown To DoomAcornsoftDisc999-CountdownToDoomSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Peter KillworthSTD11Disc VersionNY
2064DISC999Creepy AdventureA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-CreepyAdventure.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Jane Evans, Jonathan EvansSTDAdventure Crazy11AdventurescapeNY0<p>This game was not listed in the magazine. <br />Commercially released on the "Adventure Crazy" Adventurescape disc, first advertised in the March 1986 issue. <br />The games included on the disc were: Jungle Adventure, 2002, Pobjoy Special, Island Adventure, Silicon Adventure, LiveAid, Snow Queen, Anthrosin, and Creepy Adventure.</p>
2065DISC999CrosswordsHighlight SoftwareDisc999-Crosswords.ssdRCrossword198611NY
2066DISC999TheCrypt Of GabonAddison-Wesley Publications (Addison Wesley), Interface PublicationsDisc999-CryptOfGabon.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Ian WattGames BBC Computers Play (BOOK)11NY0<p>From the book <em>Games BBC Computers Play</em> by Tim Hartnell, S.M. Gee, and Mike James. Published by Interface Publications.</p> <p>The introductory text reads:</p> <blockquote> <p>In this ADVENTURE program, written by Ian Watt, you start outside the crypt.</p> <p>A stolen diamond must be replaced in it's correct position within the crypt, before you make good your escape. The crypt, needless to say, is guarded by a monster which will destroy the world if the diamond is not replaced. The ambition of monster's know no bounds. You have a limited time before you will be killed by the monster, which was designed by Gabon, who is buried in the crypt.</p> <p>You have to direct the computer to manipulate the objects you come across, and to move around. As with all good ADVENTURE programs, much of the pleasure in playing comes from discovering the vocabulary the computer will understand, so we will not give too much away in the introduction. The computer has, however, an extensive vocabulary, so if one command doesn't work, try another.</p> <p>The program has been written so that only the first three letters of each command and object need to be typed in, although the computer will also accept the full word. For example, if you wished to say GET DIAMOND, the BBC Micro will accept GET DIA or GET DIAMOND. Other examples: DROP REVOLVER &ndash; DRO REV; THROW ROPE &ndash; THR ROP.</p> <p>Good luck in your quest.</p> </blockquote>
2067DISC999TheCube Of ZothDisk User, The (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-CubeOfZoth.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Jane Evans, Jonathan EvansSTD11NY0<p>Published on the June/July 1987 issue of Disk User. Issue 01. <br />Written with A&amp;B Computing's "Adventurescape" system. <br />Prizes of a copy of Adventurescape were given to the first thirty readers to solve the game.</p> <p>The disc was later offered for sale in A&amp;B Computing.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-93</p>
2068DISC999TheCurious Case Of The Missing VictorianRetro SoftwareDisc999-CuriousCaseOfTheMissingVictorianE.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure2013Stuart Johns (@forgotten_grove)STD11YesNY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=The_Curious_Case_Of_The_Missing_Victorian">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
2069DISC999TheCurse Of Borgan CastleAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc999-CurseOfBorganCastle.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Steve W. Lucas (S.W. Lucas)11NY0<p>Published in Acorn Programs magazine, issue 4, June/July 1984.</p>
2070DISC999DaarkUnknownDisc999-Daark.ssdWAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXS.P. HalliwellSTD11NY0
2071DISC999Death In PogloviaA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-DeathInPoglovia.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Steve W. Lucas (S.W. Lucas)Adventure Crazy collection no.211NY0<p>Published in the January/February 1984 issue of A&amp;B Computing. It was also sold on <a href="index.php?search=Adventure+Crazy+collection+no.2&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Adventure Crazy No.2</a>, a collection of games which comprised&nbsp;Death In Poglovia, Puss In Boots, Secret Agent, The Orb, Mysterious Yeti, and Diamond Adventure.</p>
2072DISC999Death's Head HolePeaksoftDisc999-DeathsHeadHole.ssdRSimulation (Cave Rescue)19XX11NY
2073DISC999Demon KnightArgus Press Software (APS) (ASP)Disc999-DemonKnightSTD.ssdRRPGText, Text Adventure1983STD11NY
2074DISC999DetectiveArgus Press Software (APS) (ASP)Disc999-Detective.ssdRStrategy1983Ian Soutar, Dr. Le16NY0
2075DISC999Diamond AdventureA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-DiamondAdventure.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Ben CraigAdventure Crazy collection no.211NY0<p>Published in the April 1985 issue of A&amp;B Computing. It was also sold on&nbsp;<a href="index.php?search=Adventure+Crazy+collection+no.2&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Adventure Crazy No.2</a>, a collection of games which comprised&nbsp;Death In Poglovia, Puss In Boots, Secret Agent, The Orb, Mysterious Yeti, and Diamond Adventure.</p>
2076DISC999Dilithium Station ZeroBBC PD, Electron User GroupDisc999-DilithiumStationZero.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXRobin Pike11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 62.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 46 in November 1999.</p>
2077DISC999Doctor Who And The WarlordBBC SoftDisc999-DrWhoAndTheWarlord.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Peter Voke, Graham WilliamsSTT11NY0<p><a href="http://www.stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=32&amp;t=12783#p164379">More details</a> at Stardot.</p>
2078DISC999Dodgy Geezers (Parts 1 and 2)Melbourne HouseDisc999-DodgyGeezers.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Peter Jones, Trevor LeverSTT11NY
2079DISC999DominionSelf-publishedDisc999-Dominion.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure2004Andrew Weston11NY0<p>Originally planned to be released commercially by Cronosoft, but never released.</p>
2080DISC999Double Phantom CombatDoctor SoftDisc999-DoublePhantom2P.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator19XX22NY
2082DISC999Dracula's Castle (AKA Count Dracula's Castle) (AKA Mini Adventure)Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc999-DraculasCastleE.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Clive GiffordAdventure Anthology11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 5, issue 3 in December 1987, in part 6 of the adventure writing series on page 53. <br>Published on the "Adventure Anthology" compilation, which was first advertised in Electron User volume 5, issue 8 in May 1988. <br>The compilation consisted of 4 adventures previously published in the pages of Electron User, PLUS "Johnny" by Bill Trevelyan which was previously unpublished.
2083DISC999Dreadnaught (AKA Dreadnought)BBC PD, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-Dreadnought.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1987P. WoodhouseSTD11NY0<p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 3.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 25.</p>
2084DISC999Dreamtime (AKA Dream Time)Heyley SoftwareDisc999-DreamTime.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Tony HeapSTD11NY
2085DISC999Dungeon AdventureA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-DungeonAdventureAAndBSTD.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Jonathan EvansSTD11NY0This is the tutorial game provided with the "Adventurescape" adventure writing system.
2086DISC999Easy AdventureBBC PD, Electron User GroupDisc999-EasyAdventure.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1990Steven Flintham, Terry Smith11V1.00NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 38.</p> <p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 1.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 48 in February 2000.</p>
2087DISC999Egyptian AdventureDuckworthDisc999-EgyptianAdventure.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Ray DaviesSTD11NYY
2088DISC999Elite: Master Turbo EditionAcornsoftDisc999-EliteMasterAndTubeEnhanced.ssdRSpace Shooter (Scrolling)Trading1986Ian Bell, David BrabenSTDOElite 311BBC Master and 2nd Processor RequiredNNY<p>This version of Elite requires a BBC Master with a <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BBC_Micro_expansion_unit#6502_Second_Processor">6502 second processor</a>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
2089679DISC999Emily (AKA See Emily Play)Sigma SixDisc999-EmilySigmaSix.ssdWPlatformerJoust, Broomstick19XXJorundur Matthiasson11NY
2090DISC119EmperorMolimerx Ltd. (Molymerx)Disc119-Emperor.ssdRStrategy1983R. Bodley-Scott, R. Kirby, D.S. Peckett11NY
2091DISC120Enchanted CastleComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc120-EnchantedCastle.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1984David Brimley11NYPublished In the September and October 1984 issues of Computer & Video Games. Issues 35 and 36.
2092DISC999Engine FailurePersonal Computer Games (PCG) (VNU Publications), Personal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications)Disc999-EngineFailure.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Ian Watt11NY0<p>Published in the April 1983 issue of Personal Computer World magazine (PCW).</p> <p>Published in Issue 1 of Personal Computer Games, "Summer 1983".</p>
2093DISC999Eridan RescueBazzasoft, BBC PD, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-EridanRescue.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1991BazzaSTD11NY0<p>Written with BAPS (The Bazzasoft Adventure Programming System).</p> <p>Contained on the BAPS disc were "All the colours of darkness", "House - it's quite good really", "Test of the turnip", and "Eridan rescue".</p> <p>This is one of the two sample adventures provided with the "Bazzasoft Adventure Creator". The othe one being "Test Of The Turnip".</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-189 - which contains all the above programs</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 70.</p>
2094DISC999EscapeInput Magazine (Marshall Cavendish Partworks Ltd.)Disc999-EscapeInput.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1985STD11NYPublished in issue 45 of Input magazine. Page 1424.
2095DISC999Escape From Castle DraculaJet Software, BBC PD, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-EscapeFromCastleDraculaSTD.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1990Paul Boobyer, Allan BoobyerSTD11NY0<p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 3.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 79.</p>
2096DISC999Escape From Enthar SevenRobicoDisc999-EscapeFromEntharSeven.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Robert O'Leary11NY
2097DISC999Escape From Time (AKA Time Adventure)Acorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc999-EscapeFromTime.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Mark Chapman11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine February/March 1984. Issue 2.
2098DISC999F For FreddieKansas City SystemsDisc999-FForFreddie.ssdRSimulation (Flight)Flight Simulator198311NY0
2099DISC999Fairytale AdventureMolimerx Ltd. (Molymerx)Disc999-FairytaleAdventure.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure198311NY0
2100DISC999Family Games (AKA Mixed Games)IJK SoftwareDisc999-IJKFamilyGames.ssdRGame CompilationCompilation, Hangman, Dice, Grand National, Kryptogram, Music, Beetle1982Family GamesIJK Software Cassette 02110YYThis compilation comprises: Hangman, Dice, Grand National, Kryptogram, Music, and Beetle
2101DISC999Farmyard FunRetro SoftwareDisc999-FarmyardFun.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure2008Mark Wilson11NY0<p><a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=Farmyard_Fun">More details</a>&nbsp;at Retro Software.</p>
2102DISC999First ContactBBC PDDisc999-FirstContact.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1986P. WoodhouseSTD11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 25.</p>
2103DISC999Five Doctors And The Twin Dilemma (AKA The Five Doctors)WGamesDisc999-FiveDoctors.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Michael Procter, Philip CooperSTT11NY0
2104DISC999Five Spheres Of GoliathKansas City SystemsDisc999-FiveSpheresOfGoliath.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Philip A. GibbsSTD11NY
2105DISC999Flight Of The UnicornFlight 19 SoftwareDisc999-FlightOfTheUnicorn.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Jeff TullinSTD11NYAlthough the game can be saved to disc, the saved game can't be reloaded.
2106DISC999Forest AdventureAcorn Programs (ECC Publications Ltd.)Disc999-ForestAdventure.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Tim Meek11NYPublished in Acorn Programs magazine November 1984. Issue 7.
2107DISC999Fortune ValleySelf-publishedDisc999-FortuneValley.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Robert CroweSoft Centre Collection, The11NY0
2108DISC999TheFour Wands (Parts 1 To 3)D.W. GoreDisc999-FourWands.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1988D.W. GoreSTT11NY
2109DISC999French On The Run (Parts 1 to 4)Database PublicationsDisc999-FrenchOnTheRun.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Educational1984Francis Clarke, Gabriel Jacobs11NY
2110DISC999TheDiscovery (AKA Galaxy's Edge Part 1)Magic SoftwareDisc999-GalaxysEdge.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Graham NelsonGalaxy's Edge Part 111NY0<p>More details&nbsp;about the game at <a href="https://ahopeful.wordpress.com/2015/09/03/galaxys-edge-1984-by-graham-nelson/">Retroactive Fiction</a>.</p> <p><a href="game.php?id=2334">Galaxy's Edge II: Escape From Solaris</a> is also available.</p>
2111DISC999GalileeShards SoftwareDisc999-Galilee.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Peter Goodlad11NY
2112DISC999Gamerquest (AKA Gamer Quest)Computer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-GamerQuest.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Jonathan Brough11NYPublished in issue 8 of Computer Gamer magazine in November 1985.
2113DISC999Games Of StrategyBBC Soft, AcornsoftDisc999-GamesOfStrategy.ssdRStrategyMastermind, Compilation, Galaxy, Gomoku, Reversi1982Games Of Strategy02YYThis compilation comprises Galaxy, Gomoku, Masterbrain and Reversi.
2114DISC999Garden Quest (AKA Gardenquest) (AKA Grisley Gardens)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP), Electron User GroupDisc999-GardenQuest.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Margaret StangerSTT11NY0<p>Published in the October 1985 issue of A&amp;B Computing.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 45 in September 1999.</p>
2115DISC999Gateway To The Skies (Parts 1 and 2)Solar SoftDisc999-GatewayToTheSkies.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983H.S. GoodmanSTD11NY
2116DISC999Giant Killer (AKA Giantkiller)TopologikaDisc999-GiantKiller.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Educational1987Peter KillworthSTD11NY
2117DISC999TheGolden FleecePersonal Computer World (PCW) (VNU Publications), Century Communications Ltd.Disc999-GoldenFleece.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1984Simon BryanPCW Games Collection (BOOK)11NY0<p>Published on the <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=pcw+games+collection&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">PCW Games Collection</a> from Personal Computer World magazine.</p> <p>These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.</p> <p>The PCW book accompanying the <em>PCW Games Collection</em> contained the following description:</p> <blockquote> <p>Golden Fleece is an interesting adventure game with the added bonus of exciting graphics at each location. The object of your quest is to find the Golden Fleece, which is at one of the 18 locations. You may type in one or two word commands: the commands that the program understands are GO, DIG, GET, DROP, PAY, TAKE, CUT, ROW, KILL, LIGHT, OPEN and INV (inventory - to give you a list of the objects that you are carrying). Directions may be entered in any of three different ways; for example to go north you can type GO NORTH, NORTH or just N.</p> <p>The which the program is written makes it easy to extend. Each verb is dealt with by its own procedure, so to add an extra verb all you have to do is add a line to check for it, at line 535 for example, and then add a procedure to deal with it.</p> </blockquote> <p>&nbsp;</p>
2119DISC1273-A-LineBBC PDDisc127-3ALine2P.ssdPPuzzleStrategy1991A. Sattar Shakoor24NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 84.</p>
2120DISC999Green FingersBBC PD, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-GreenFingers.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXRob KeithSTD11NY0<p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 3.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 06.</p>
2121DISC999Hareraiser PreludeHaresoftDisc999-Hareraiser.ssdRCompetition1984Hareraiser 111NY
2122DISC999Hareraiser FinaleHaresoftDisc999-HareraiserFinale.ssdRCompetition1984Hareraiser 211NY
2123DISC999Haunted HouseUsborne Publishing Ltd., Electron User GroupDisc999-HauntedHouseUsborne.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Jenny Tyler, Les HowarthWrite Your Own Adventure Programs (BOOK)11NY0<p><em>Haunted House</em> may be found as a type-in listing in <em>Write Your Own Adventure Programs</em>, a free PDF of this book is available for download from <a href="https://usborne.com/browse-books/features/computer-and-coding-books/">Usborne Publishing</a> (scroll to near the bottom of the page).</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 59 in July 2001.</p>
21242123DISC999Haunted House [hack]8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-HauntedHouseUsborneExpanded.ssdLAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Jenny Tyler, Les Howarth, Jack Foster11ExpandedNY0<p>This is an expanded version of the <a title="Haunted House" href="game.php?id=2123"><em>Haunted House</em></a> game published in the Usborne book <a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bxv0SsvibDMTYkFJbUswOHFQclE/view">Write Your Own Adventure Programs for your micromputer, by Jenny Tyler and Les Howarth</a>. <br />Usborne have generously <a href="https://usborne.com/browse-books/features/computer-and-coding-books/">released their vintage programming books</a>, including this one to the public. Thank you Usborne!</p> <p>Later published in 8BS issue 62 - Expanded by Jack Foster, and published by 8BS, possibly without the knowledge that it was essentialy an Usborne copyrighted game!</p>
2125DISC999Head Coach DeluxeCodaDisc999-HeadCoachDeluxe.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)American Football1986STD11NY0<p>Needs write-access to the disc.</p>
2126DISC999Holmes: The Mystery Of The Dark ShadowLogotronDisc999-HolmesTheMysteryOfTheDarkShadow.ssdWAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STD11NY0<p>This is the demo adventure that was included with Logotron's PenDown Adventure Writer software.</p>
2127DISC999House – It's Quite Good, ReallyBazzasoft, Acorn Computing (formerly The Micro User) (Europress Publications), Electron User Group, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-HouseItsQuiteGood.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1992STD11NY0<p>Written with BAPS (The Bazzasoft Adventure Programming System) which is also on TBI-189.</p> <p>Contained on the BAPS disc were "All the colours of darkness", "House - it's quite good really", "Test of the turnip", and "Eridan rescue".</p> <p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 3.</p> <p>Also given away on the BBC Subscribers disc in Acorn Computing (Formerly The Micro User Magazine) vol.12 issue 6 in August 1994.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-189</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 53 in August 2000.</p>
2128DISC127BattleshipsHeadFirst Public Domain, GLM Public Domain, BBC PD, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), Electron User GroupDisc127-Battleships.ssdPTraditional GamesStrategy, Battleships1993Miroslaw Bobrowski11V4.2NY0<p>Published on the HeadFirst Public Domain Disc 10.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 26 in April 1993.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 157.</p> <p>An earlier version of this game (Version 3A) was published on GLM Public domain disc 02.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 67 some time after 2002..</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
2129DISC999I Spy RedBBC PD, Electron User Group, FoxsoftDisc999-ISpyRed.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1989Ian HudsonSTT11NY0<p style="text-align: left;">Commercially released by Foxsoft.</p> <p>The other Foxsoft adventures are currently missing from the archives. ('The Quest For The Golden Wombat' and 'The Matthews Murder').</p> <p>Later published on BBC PD Disc 90.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 65 some time after 2002.</p>
2130DISC999In Search Of Atahaulpa (Parts 1 And 2)Lee SoftwareDisc999-InSearchOfAtahaulpa.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Anthony Lee MoralSTT11NY0<p><a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=Lee+Software&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Both adventures from Lee Software</a> were written using "The Quill".</p>
2131DISC999Inca Treasure8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-IncaTreasure.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1991C.J. RichardsonSTD11NY0<p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 2.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 09 in February 1991.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc CJR-01.</p>
2132DISC999Ingrid's Back (Gnome Ranger II)Level 9 ComputingDisc999-IngridsBack.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1988Graham Jones, John Jones-Steele, Mike Austin, Mike Bryant, Nick Austin, Pete AustinSTDGnome Ranger 211Graphics only shown on a Master, or BBC with 48K Ram minimumNYSee also, <a href="http://bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=2294">Ingrid's Back Picture Disc</a>
2133DISC999InsomniaBBC PD, Electron User Group, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-Insomnia.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXIan HudsonSTT11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 15.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-64:2</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 50 in April 2000.</p>
2134DISC999InuMRJDisc999-Inu2P.ssdRStrategyBusiness Management19XX27NY
2135DISC999Island Of SecretsUsborne Publishing Ltd., Electron User GroupDisc999-IslandOfSecrets.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Jenny Tyler, Les HowarthIsland Of Secrets (BOOK)11NY0<p><em>Island of Secrets</em> may be found as a type-in listing in the book of the same name, a free PDF of this book is available for download from <a href="https://usborne.com/browse-books/features/computer-and-coding-books/">Usborne Publishing</a> (scroll to near the bottom of the page).</p> <p>As well as the listing the book contains an illustrated background story to the adventure. Some of the illustrations contain information that may aid the adventurer.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 58 in May 2001.</p>
2136DISC999TheIsland (AKA Island Adventure)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-Island.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STDAdventure Crazy11AdventurescapeNY0<p>This game was not listed in the magazine. <br />Commercially released on the "Adventure Crazy" Adventurescape disc, first advertised in the March 1986 issue. <br />The games included on the disc were: Jungle Adventure, 2002, Pobjoy Special, Island Adventure, Silicon Adventure, LiveAid, Snow Queen, Anthrosin, and Creepy Adventure.</p>
2138DISC999It's Magic (Parts 1 and 2)Central ComputingDisc999-ItsMagic.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Simon MarenSTD11NY
2139DISC999Jewels And Caves8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-JewelsAndCaves.ssdPRPGText, Text Adventure1995L. Knight11NY0Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 46 in December 1995.
2140DISC999Jingle Bells (AKA Jingle Bells Adventure)Jack And Jill Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-JingleBells.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1986Jack Foster, Jill FosterSTD11NY0<p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-124</p>
2141DISC999JohnnyDatabase PublicationsDisc999-JohnnyE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1988Bill TrevelyanSTDAdventure Anthology11YesNY0Published on the "Adventure Anthology" compilation, which was first advertised in Electron User volume 5, issue 8 in May 1988. <br>The compilation consisted of 4 adventures previously published in the pages of Electron User, PLUS "Johnny" by Bill Trevelyan which was previously unpublished.
2142DISC999Journey To Freedom (AKA Journey)Interface Publications, Addison-Wesley Publications (Addison Wesley)Disc999-Journey.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Ian WattCreating Adventure Programs on the BBC Micro (BOOK)11NY0<p>From the book <em>Creating Adventure Programs on the BBC Micro</em> by <em>Ian Watt</em> published by <em>Interface Publications</em>.</p>
2143DISC999Jungle Quest (AKA Jungle Adventure)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-JungleQuest.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Richard YorkSTDAdventure Crazy11AdventurescapeNY0<p>Published in the April 1986 issue of A&amp;B Computing. <br />This was one of 2 winning games in the Adventurscape games writing competition, the other being Anthrosin. <br />Commercially released on the "Adventure Crazy" Adventurescape disc, first advertised in the March 1986 issue. <br />The games included on the disc were: Jungle Adventure, 2002, Pobjoy Special, Island Adventure, Silicon Adventure, LiveAid, Snow Queen, Anthrosin, and Creepy Adventure.</p>
2144DISC999Jungle SearchHome Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-JungleSearch.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Steve W. Lucas (S.W. Lucas)11NYPublished in issue 50 of Home Computing Weekly in February 1984.
2145DISC999King's QuestComputer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-KingsQuest.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Vaughan PriceSTT11NYPublished in issue 13 of Computer Gamer magazine in April 1986.
2146DISC999Kingdom Of HamilAcornsoftDisc999-KingdomOfHamilSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Jonathan PartingtonSTD11NY
2147DISC999L: A Mathemagical AdventureAssociation Of Teachers Of MathematicsDisc999-LAMathemagicalAdventure.ssdRAdventureGraphics, Text, Text Adventure, Educational1984Richard Phillips, Derek Ball, Tony Corbett, David Rooke, Heather Scott, Alan Shaw, Margaret Stevens, Ruth Townsend, Jo Waddingham, Roger Waddingham, Alan Wigley, John Wood, John Warwick, David WooldridgeSTD11NY0<p>The classic text adventure game (with graphics) that was "designed to use and stimulate your mathematical imagination."</p> <p>More details at <a href="http://solutionarchive.com/game/id%2C5360/">CASA (solutionarchive.com)</a>&nbsp;and at <a href="http://ifdb.tads.org/viewgame?id=lu8plxd16bms5a4r">IFDB (the Interactive Fiction Database)</a>.</p>
2148DISC999Laboratory Adventure8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-LaboratoryAdventure.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXJon Ripley11NY0<p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 1.</p>
2149DISC999Landlord (AKA Landlord Adventure)Electron Computing (Argus Press Software) (APS)Disc999-Landlord.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Margaret StangerSTD11NY0Published on the Electron Computing issue 7 cassette in 1986.
2150DISC999Last Days Of DoomTopologikaDisc999-LastDaysOfDoomTopologika.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1990Peter KillworthSTD11NY
2151DISC999Life (AKA Game Of Life)Acorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.)Disc999-GameOfLifeAcornUser.ssdMSimulation (Life)1992Jonathan Harston, Phil Bender01NYPublished in the January 1992 issue of Acorn User. <br>This is an updated version of the listing published in the May 1990 issue of Acorn User. <br> The original May 1990 listing was by Phil Bender, and the January 1992 update was by Jonathan Harston.
2152DISC999TheLittle KingdomBBC PD, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-LittleKingdom.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXDavid L. HarperSTD11NY0<p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 2.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 119.</p>
2153DISC999Live Aid Magical Mystery Tour (AKA Liveaid)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-LiveAidMagicalMysteryTour.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STDAdventure Crazy11AdventurescapeNY0<p>This game was not listed in the magazine. <br />Commercially released on the "Adventure Crazy" Adventurescape disc, first advertised in the March 1986 issue. <br />The games included on the disc were: Jungle Adventure, 2002, Pobjoy Special, Island Adventure, Silicon Adventure, LiveAid, Snow Queen, Anthrosin, and Creepy Adventure.</p>
2154DISC999London AdventureCambridge ELT SoftwareDisc999-LondonAdventure.ssdWAdventureText, Text Adventure198611NY
2155DISC999Long Forgotten ArabiaSigma PressDisc999-LongForgottenArabia.dsdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1986A.F. de Geus, J.H. Jongejan, A.M. KoelmansAdventure Design Language (BOOK)11NY0<p>Sample adventure from the book "Adventure Design Language" (1986) by A. F. de Geus, J. H. Jongejan and A. M. Koelmans.</p>
2156DISC999TheLost FrogESM (Educational Software For Microcomputers)Disc999-LostFrog.ssdRAdventureEducational, Text, Text Adventure1984Anita StrakerBest Four Adventures11NY0<p>Released by Anita Straker in 1984.</p> <p>Released on the "Best Four Adventures" compilation by ESM in 1986.</p>
2157DISC999TheLost SlipperJack And Jill Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-LostSlipper.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1986Jack Foster, Jill FosterSTD11NY0<p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-124</p>
2158DISC999TheLost Treasure Of King RaybonSelf-publishedDisc999-LostTreasureOfKingRaybon.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Philip Crowe, Robert CroweSoft Centre Collection, The11NY0
2159DISC999Mad Island8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PDDisc999-MadIsland.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1983J. Rye11NY0<p>Published on the BBC PD / 8BS public domain disc&nbsp;<a href="http://www.acornelectron.co.uk/pdworld/electron/cats/bbcpd.html">Adventures Collection 3.</a></p>
2160DISC999TheMad Painter (Parts 1 To 4)Jack And Jill Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-MadPainterParts1To4.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Jack Foster, Jill FosterSTD11NY0<p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-125</p>
2161DISC999Magnetic Moon (Parts 1 to 3)Elk Adventure Club (Electron Adventure Club)Disc999-MagneticMoonE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Larry HorsfieldSTT11YesNY0<p>All 5 <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=elk+adventure+club&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Elk Adventure Club adventures</a> were written using "The Quill".</p>
2162DISC999Martello TowerESM (Educational Software For Microcomputers)Disc999-MartelloTower.ssdRAdventureEducational, Text, Text Adventure1984Anita StrakerSTDBest Four Adventures11NY0<p>Released by Anita Straker in 1984.</p> <p>Re-released on the Best Four Adventures compilation by ESM in 1986.</p>
2163DISC999Martian Adventure8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS), BBC PDDisc999-MartianAdventure.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXSTD11NY0<p>Published on the BBC PD / 8BS public domain disc&nbsp;<a href="http://www.acornelectron.co.uk/pdworld/electron/cats/bbcpd.html">Adventures Collection 4.</a></p>
2164DISC999Merlin's CastleESM (Educational Software For Microcomputers)Disc999-MerlinsCastle.ssdRAdventureEducational, Text, Text Adventure1984Anita StrakerSTDBest Four Adventures11NY0<p>Released by Anita Straker in 1984.</p> <p>Released on the "Best Four Adventures" compilation by ESM in 1986.</p>
2165DISC999Microquest (AKA Micro Quest)GlengaryDisc999-MicroQuest.ssdRQuiz198311NY0
2166DISC999Mini-AdventurePenguin BooksDisc999-MiniAdventure.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Peter KillworthHow to Write Adventure Games (BOOK)11NY0<p>From the book <em>How to Write Adventure Games</em> by <em>Peter Killworth</em> published by <em>Penguin Acorn Computer Library</em>.</p>
2167DISC999TheMoonstone Of ArkraComputer Gamer (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-MoonstoneOfArkra.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Steve W. Lucas (S.W. Lucas)11NYPublished in issue 17 of Computer Gamer magazine in August 1986.
2168DISC999Murder At The AbbeyA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-MurderAtTheAbbey.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Jane Evans, Jonathan EvansSTD11AdventurescapeNY0Published in the May 1986 issue of A&B Computing, along with the upgraded version III of the "Adventurescape" adventure writing system.
2169DISC999Mutiny In The MansionViking Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-MutinyInTheMansion.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXPaul Newton, Tim MatthewsSTD11NY0<p>Published on the 'Viking Collection' Public Domain Disc from 8BS Software TBI-115.</p>
2170DISC999TheMysterious YetiA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-MysteriousYeti.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Ben CraigSTDAdventure Crazy collection no.211NY0<p>This game was not listed in the magazine. It was first advertised in the March 1986 issue of A&amp;B Computing. It was also sold on&nbsp;<a href="index.php?search=Adventure+Crazy+collection+no.2&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Adventure Crazy No.2</a>, a collection of games which comprised&nbsp;Death In Poglovia, Puss In Boots, Secret Agent, The Orb, Mysterious Yeti, and Diamond Adventure.</p>
2171DISC999TheMystery Of Silver MountainUsborne Publishing Ltd., Electron User GroupDisc999-MysteryOfSilverMountain.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Chris Oxlade, Judy TatchellSTTThe Mystery of Silver Mountain (BOOK)11NY0<p>The Mystery Of Silver Mountain can be found as a type-in listing in the book of the same name, a free PDF of which is available to download from <a href="https://usborne.com/browse-books/features/computer-and-coding-books/">Usborne Publishing</a> (scroll to near the bottom of the page).</p> <p>As well as the listing, the book contains an illustrated background story to the adventure. Some of the illustrations contain information that may aid the adventurer.</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 59 in July 2001.</p>
2172DISC999Mystery Of The Lost Sheep (Parts 1 and 2)Central ComputingDisc999-MysteryOfTheLostSheep.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STT11NY
2173DISC999NecromancerElectron User, The (Database Publications)Disc999-NecromancerE.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Steve W. Lucas (S.W. Lucas)STDAdventure Anthology11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 3, issue 5 in February 1986. <br>Published on the "Adventure Anthology" compilation, which was first advertised in Electron User volume 5, issue 8 in May 1988. <br>The compilation consisted of 4 adventures previously published in the pages of Electron User, PLUS "Johnny" by Bill Trevelyan which was previously unpublished.
2174DISC999New Start, Old Dreams8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-NewStartOldDreams.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1994Tor O. Houghton11NY0<p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 1.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 32 in January 1994.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-93</p>
2175DISC999Not A Penny More, Not A Penny LessDomarkDisc999-NotAPennyMoreNotAPennyLess.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Adrian Ludley, Robin WaterfieldSTD11NY
2176DISC999On The Way To The InterviewDuckworth, Electron User Group, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-OnTheWayToTheInterview.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1985Carl Graham, Nick HampshireElectron Programs (BOOK)11NY0<p>Published in the book "Electron Programs" by Carl Graham.</p> <p>The book featured 2 adventure games, <a href="http://www.bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=2176">On The Way To The Interview</a>, and <a href="http://www.bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=2190">Planet Of Muton</a>.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-157</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 57 in April 2000.</p>
2177DISC999Operation KristosComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc999-OperationKristos.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1986J.W. RoyntingSTT11NYPublished In the February 1986 issue of Computer & Video Games. Issue 52, in the "Book Of Games" supplement.
2178DISC999TheOrbA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-Orb.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Kevin BoydAdventure Crazy collection no.211NY0<p>The Orb was probably first mentioned in the Spring 1985 supplement to A&amp;B Computing magazine</p> <p>It was later advertised in the March 1986 issue.&nbsp;The game was sold on <a href="index.php?search=Adventure+Crazy+collection+no.2&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=a">Adventure Crazy No. 2</a>, a collection of adventure games which comprised Death In Poglovia, Puss In Boots, Secret Agent, The Orb, Mysterious Yeti, and Diamond Adventure.</p>
2179DISC999PartyViking Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-Party.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXTim MatthewsSTD11NY0<p>Published on the 'Viking Collection' Public Domain Disc from 8BS Software TBI-115.</p>
2180DISC999Passport To DeathSilverlindDisc999-PassportToDeath.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Steve W. Lucas (S.W. Lucas)11NY0
2181DISC999Pay OffBignose Software (Atari)Disc999-PayOff.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Steve Calkin, Pete SleemanSTD11NY
2182DISC999Pharaoh's Curse (AKA Pharoah's Curse)Home Computing Weekly (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-PharoahsCurse.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Steve W. Lucas (S.W. Lucas)11NY0<p>Published in issue 56 of Home Computing Weekly in April 1984.</p>
2183DISC999Philosopher's QuestTopologikaDisc999-PhilosophersQuestTopologika.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Peter Killworth, Jonathan MestelSTD11NY
2184DISC999Pilgrim's ProgressScripture Union (SU) (S.U.)Disc999-PilgrimsProgress.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984James P.H. DaySTT11NY
2185DISC999PimaniaAutomataDisc999-Pimania.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1982Christian Penfold, Mel CroucherSTT11NY
2186DISC131PirateChalksoftDisc131-PirateSTD.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Educational, Graphics1983STD11NY
2187DISC999Pirate's PerilHeyley SoftwareDisc999-PiratesPeril.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Howard RobertsSTD11NY
2188DISC999Plague PlanetAlpine, BBC PDDisc999-PlaguePlanet.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1988Philip HawthorneSTD11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 90.</p>
2189DISC999Plane CrashLabyrinthDisc999-PlaneCrash.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1988Michael CowgillSTD11NY0<p><a href="https://stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=32&amp;t=12068#p153024">See Stardot</a> for more details about the game.&nbsp;</p>
2190DISC999Planet Of MutonDuckworth, Electron User Group, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-PlanetOfMuton.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Carl GrahamElectron Programs (BOOK)11NY0<p>Published in the book "Electron Programs" by Carl Graham.</p> <p>The book featured 2 adventure games, <a href="http://www.bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=2176">On The Way To The Interview</a>, and <a href="http://www.bbcmicro.co.uk/game.php?id=2190">Planet Of Muton</a>.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-157</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 58 in May 2001.</p>
2191DISC118Planetfall (AKA Planet Fall)Argus Press Software (APS) (ASP)Disc118-Planetfall2PSTT.ssdRRPGTrading1983Tim Garden, Ian NichollsSTT212NY0<p>This game was originally written for the Sharp MZ-80K computer by Tim Garden.</p> <p>It was translated for the BBC micro by Ian Nicholls.</p> <p>The listings for both the Sharp and the BBC micro were printed in the August 1983 issue of Computing Today magazine.</p> <p>The game was released commercially for the BBC Micro by ASP software, but I am unsure whether this was before or after the listings were printed in the magazine.</p>
2192DISC999Please Find My Young 'UnsJet Software, BBC PDDisc999-PleaseFindMyYoungUns.dsdPAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1989Allan Boobyer11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 78.</p>
2193DISC999ThePobjoy SpecialA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-PobjoySpecial.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STDAdventure Crazy11AdventurescapeNY0<p>This game was not listed in the magazine. <br />Commercially released on the "Adventure Crazy" Adventurescape disc, first advertised in the March 1986 issue. <br />The games included on the disc were: Jungle Adventure, 2002, Pobjoy Special, Island Adventure, Silicon Adventure, LiveAid, Snow Queen, Anthrosin, and Creepy Adventure.</p>
2194DISC999Programmer's RevengeColisoftDisc999-ProgrammersRevenge.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Colin JackSTT11NY
2195DISC999PuffESM (Educational Software For Microcomputers)Disc999-Puff-1.ssdRAdventureEducational, Text, Text Adventure, Graphics1984Anita StrakerSTDBest Four Adventures11NYY<p>Released by Anita Straker in 1984.</p> <p>Released on the "Best Four Adventures" compilation by ESM in 1986.</p>
2196DISC999Quest For The GobalDano Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-QuestForTheGobal.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Danny J. NicholasSTD11BBC Master OnlyNY0<p>This game will only work on a BBC Master. Needs 64K RAM.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-188</p>
2197DISC999Quest For The Truth8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-QuestForTheTruth.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1995Jon RipleySTD11NY0<p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 2.</p>
2198DISC999Rainbow's EndSelf-publishedDisc999-RainbowsEnd.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1990D.D. GreenSTD11NY0
2199DISC999TheGame Of Rassilion (AKA Rassilion)Self-publishedDisc999-RassilionAKAGameOfRassilion.ssdWAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXMarcus K. DonnellySTD11NY
2200DISC999Red Button GameSigma PressDisc999-RedButtonGame.dsdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1986A.F. de Geus, J.H. Jongejan, A.M. KoelmansAdventure Design Language (BOOK)11NY0<p>Sample adventure from the book "Adventure Design Language" (1986) by A. F. de Geus, J. H. Jongejan and A. M. Koelmans.</p>
2201DISC999Reluctant Hero (Parts 1 and 2)Elk Adventure Club (Electron Adventure Club), Electron User GroupDisc999-ReluctantHeroE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Paul WatermanSTT11YesNY0<p>All 5 <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=elk+adventure+club&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Elk Adventure Club adventures</a> were written using "The Quill".</p> <p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 47 in January 2000.</p>
2202DISC999Return To DoomTopologikaDisc999-ReturnToDoomTopologika.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Peter KillworthSTD11NY
2203DISC999Revs 5 TracksAcornsoftDisc999-Revs5Tracks.ssdRDrivingFormula 3 Simulation1985Geoff Crammond11NY
2204DISC999Rohak The Swordsman (Parts 1 to 4)Elk Adventure Club (Electron Adventure Club)Disc999-RohakTheSwordsmanE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Aamar MirzaSTT11YesNY0<p>All 5 <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=elk+adventure+club&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Elk Adventure Club adventures</a> were written using "The Quill".</p>
2205DISC999Roman AdventurePenguin BooksDisc999-RomanAdventure.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Peter KillworthSTDHow to Write Adventure Games (BOOK)11NY0<p>From the book <em>How to Write Adventure Games</em> by <em>Peter Killworth</em> published by <em>Penguin Acorn Computer Library</em>.</p>
2206DISC999RouletteIJK SoftwareDisc999-RouletteIJK.ssdRCasino Game (Roulette)Roulette19XX11NY
2207DISC120Roundheads And CavaliersLothlorien, Argus Press Software (APS)Disc120-RoundheadsAndCavaliersSTD.ssdRStrategy1986STDO12NY0
2208DISC999Secret River (AKA Runemagic Adventure 1)Triffid SoftwareDisc999-RunemagicSecretRiver.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984M. Latto, A. CrickRunemagic: Adventure 111NY
2209DISC999Satan's Challenge or Nevil Rides OutMicrotest Ltd.Disc999-SatansChallengeOrNevilRidesOut.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984John SekulaSTD11NY0
2210DISC117ScoopBritish TelecomDisc117-Scoop.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1986Christina Preston, Phil Wood11NY
2211DISC999TheSea QueenElectron User GroupDisc999-SeaQueen.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1988Jonathon Paul OatesSTT11NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 55 in December 2000.</p>
2212DISC999TheSearch For Princess LaviniaSelf-publishedDisc999-SearchForPrincessLavinia.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Robert Crowe, M. CroweSTDSoft Centre Collection, The11NY0
2213DISC999TheSecret GardenBBC PDDisc999-SecretGarden.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Jonathan Ormond11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 02.</p>
2214DISC127CatchComputer & Video Games (C&VG) (EMAP National Publications Ltd.)Disc127-Catch.ssdMArcadeCatch 'em1983K. Wardle11YY0<p>Published In the July 1983 issue of Computer &amp; Video Games. Issue 21.</p>
2215DISC127Darkness SurroundsSelf-publishedDisc127-DarknessSurroundsE.ssdPShooter (Gallery)2016Stuart Johns (@forgotten_grove)11YesNY0
2216DISC999TheSecret Of Arendarvon CastleAddison-Wesley Publications (Addison Wesley)Disc999-SecretOfArendarvonCastle.ssdBAdventureText, Text Adventure1985Arend Rensink, Hal Renko, Sam EdwardsSTDThe Secret Of Arendarvon Castle (BOOK)11NY0<p>The Secret Of Arendarvon Castle was published in the form of type-in listings in a book of the same name that was lavishly illustrated and contained a lot of supplementary material.</p> <p><a href="http://www.stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=7&amp;t=4836&amp;p=126049#p106400">More details</a> at Stardot and <a href="https://ahopeful.wordpress.com/2015/05/30/the-secret-of-arendarvon-castle-1985-bytecode-avant-la-lettre/">at Retroactive Fiction</a>.</p>
2217DISC999Selladore Tales – Black River QuestSherston SoftwareDisc999-SelladoreTalesBlackRiverQuest.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1991Marshal AndersonSTD11NY
2218DISC999Shops Adventure8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-ShopsAdventure.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXJon Ripley11NY0<p>Published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 1.</p>
2219DISC999Silicon Jungle (AKA Silicon Adventure)A&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-SiliconJungle.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STDAdventure Crazy11AdventurescapeNY0<p>This game was not listed in the magazine. <br />Commercially released on the "Adventure Crazy" Adventurescape disc, first advertised in the March 1986 issue. <br />The games included on the disc were: Jungle Adventure, 2002, Pobjoy Special, Island Adventure, Silicon Adventure, LiveAid, Snow Queen, Anthrosin, and Creepy Adventure.</p>
2220DISC999Snow QueenA&B Computing (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-SnowQueen.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986STDAdventure Crazy11AdventurescapeNY0<p>This game was not listed in the magazine. <br />Commercially released on the "Adventure Crazy" Adventurescape disc, first advertised in the March 1986 issue. <br />The games included on the disc were: Jungle Adventure, 2002, Pobjoy Special, Island Adventure, Silicon Adventure, LiveAid, Snow Queen, Anthrosin, and Creepy Adventure.</p>
2221DISC999Soccer BossAlternativeDisc999-SoccerBoss.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy198911NY0
2222DISC999Space DetectiveBBC PDDisc999-SpaceDetective.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1992Joshua Westbury11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 117.</p>
2223DISC999Spanish Gold – Part 1ChalksoftDisc999-SpanishGoldPart1.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Educational1983Gill BaldwinSpanish Gold 111NY
2224DISC999Spanish Gold – Part 2ChalksoftDisc999-SpanishGoldPart2.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Educational1983Gill BaldwinSpanish Gold 211NY
2226DISC999Star TrekIJK SoftwareDisc999-StarTrekIJK.ssdRStrategy (Spaceship Management)Star Trek1982IJK Software Cassette 0111YY0<p>Sold in a 2 pack with <a href="game.php?id=1317">Candyfloss</a></p>
2227DISC999Star Trek (AKA Startrek)Micro Power (Program Power)Disc999-StarTrekMicropower.ssdRStrategy (Spaceship Management)Star Trek1982Richard Hanson11YY0
2228DISC999R.T.C. Birmingham New StreetDee-Kay Systems (AKA DeeKay Systems)Disc999-RTCBirmingham.ssdRSimulation (Railways)198711NY
2229DISC999Starship Quest (Parts 1 to 3)Elk Adventure Club (Electron Adventure Club)Disc999-StarshipQuestE.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1989Larry HorsfieldSTT11YesNY0<p>All 5 <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=elk+adventure+club&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_Y=on&amp;on_P=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;on_G=on&amp;on_S=on&amp;on_Z=on&amp;on_C=on&amp;sort=b">Elk Adventure Club adventures</a> were written using "The Quill".</p>
2230DISC999Stig Of The DumpSherston SoftwareDisc999-StigOfTheDump.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Graphics1986Marshal Anderson, Bill Bonham, Paul BarkerSTD11NY
2231DISC999Stranded!Heyley SoftwareDisc999-Stranded.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Tony HeapSTD11NY
2232DISC999Stranded!RobicoDisc999-StrandedRobico.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1989Tony HeapSTD11NY
2233DISC999Street PatrollerCentral ComputingDisc999-StreetPatroller.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987STT11NY
2234DISC999Street Patroller RemixCentral ComputingDisc999-StreetPatrollerRemix.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXSimon MarenSTT11NY0
2235DISC999Strip PokerArtworxDisc999-StripPoker.ssdWCard Game (Poker)Gambling, Poker19XXMr. MerlinStrip Poker 111NY0
2236DISC999Strip Poker II PlusAnco SoftwareDisc999-StripPoker2Plus.ssdRCard Game (Poker)Gambling, Poker1988Strip Poker 211NY0
2237DISC999Suds (Parts 1 to 4)RiverdaleDisc999-Suds.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986David EdwardsSTT11NY0<p>All 3 <a href="index.php?rt_R=&amp;rt_B=&amp;rt_M=&amp;rt_P=&amp;rt_U=&amp;rt_W=&amp;rt_L=&amp;search=suds&amp;on_T=on&amp;on_A=on&amp;sort=b">Suds Adventures</a> were wtitten using "The Quill".</p>
2238DISC999Suicide IslandDollarsoftDisc999-SuicideIsland.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Chris Hallat, Richard Stevenson11NY0
2239DISC999TheTaroda SchemeHeyley SoftwareDisc999-TarodaScheme.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1987Tony Heap, Howard RobertsSTD11NYY
2240DISC999Test Of The TurnipBazzasoft, BBC PD, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-TestOfTheTurnip.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1991BazzaSTD11NY0<p>Written with BAPS (The Bazzasoft Adventure Programming System).</p> <p>Contained on the BAPS disc were "All the colours of darkness", "House - it's quite good really", "Test of the turnip", and "Eridan rescue" and the BAPS system itself.</p> <p>Published on BBC PD Disc 70.</p> <p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-189</p>
2241DISC999Time BallsBBC PDDisc999-TimeBalls.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXAdam ConnorsSTD11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 47.</p>
2242DISC999Time SwitchYour Computer (IPC Electrical-Electronic Press Ltd.), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-TimeSwitch.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1983Colin Carruthers11NY0<p>Published in Your Computer Magazine volume 3 issue 8 in August 1983. The listing was for the Sinclair Spectrum. <br />The game was ported to the BBC Micro in 1989 by Jon Ripley.</p> <p>Later published on 8BS as part of the Jon Ripley Public Domain collection, on disc JJR-09, which, in fact contained 3 discs of adventure games. This adventure is on disc 2.<br />Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc 48 in March 1996.</p>
2244DISC999Traditional GamesGeminiDisc999-TraditionalGames.ssdRBoard Games And Card GamesCompilation, Accordian, Backgammon, Gin Rummy, Piquet1983Traditional Games11NY0
2245DISC999Transylvanian Terror (AKA Shylock Gnomes)Selective SoftwareDisc999-TransylvanianTerror.ssdWAdventureText, Text Adventure, Educational1985STD11NY0
2246DISC999Tythy GrammarViking Software, 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-TythyGrammar.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XXPaul Newton, Tim MatthewsSTD11NY0<p>Published on the 'Viking Collection' Public Domain Disc from 8BS Software TBI-115.</p>
2247DISC999Ultimate NightmareElectron User GroupDisc999-UltimateNightmare.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1992Tony KingsmillSTT11NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 69 in 2009.</p>
2248DISC999TheUltimate PrizeHeyley SoftwareDisc999-UltimatePrize.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure1986Howard Roberts, Hugh RobertsSTD11NY
2249DISC999Underground Escape (AKA Escape From The Underground)Self-publishedDisc999-UndergroundEscape.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1996Jon RipleySTD11NY0<p>A very small demo adventure written with GAC (The Graphic Adventure Creator).</p> <p>Released into the public domain on Jon Ripley's site.</p>
2250DISC999TheValleyArgus Press Software (APS) (ASP), Computing Today (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-Valley.ssdRRPG1983Henry Budgett, Peter Freebrey, Peter Green, Ron HarrisSTT11YY0<p>This is a BBC micro conversion of "The Valley", a game originally written for the Commodore PET computer by Henry Budgett, Peter Freebrey, Peter Green, and Ron Harris.</p> <p>The PET listing was first published in the April 1982 issue of Computing Today magazine.</p> <p>The commercial release by ASP Software for the BBC Micro was in early 1983.</p>
2251DISC999Video ClassicsSilverbirdDisc999-VideoClassics.ssdRSports (Multi Event)Pong19XXVideo Classics12NY0<p>This is a compilation of 'Pong' like games.</p> <p>Tennis, Football, Squash, Solo Squash, Four Bat Blip, and Asterbliperoids.</p>
2252DISC999Village Of SecretsBBC PDDisc999-VillageOfSecrets.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1991Jonathan TempleSTD11NY0<p>Published on BBC PD Disc 111.</p>
22542077DISC999TheWarlordAcorn User (later BBC Acorn User) (Redwood Publishing Ltd.), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-Warlord.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1988Peter Voke, Graham WilliamsSTD11NY0<p>Published in the August 1988 issue of Acorn User magazine.</p> <p>Later published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-93.</p> <p><a href="http://www.stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=32&amp;t=12783#p164379">More details</a> at Stardot.</p>
2255DISC999West Quest 1847 (AKA Westquest)Pase (Ozark), 8-Bit Software (8 Bit Software) (8BS)Disc999-WestQuest1847Ozark.ssdPStrategyResource Management19XX11NY0<p>Published on the 8BS Public Domain disc TBI-193 which was titled "PD Games #11".</p>
2256DISC118TheWhite BarrowsArgus Press Software (APS) (ASP), Personal Software (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc118-WhiteBarrows.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, RPG1982Andrew Thomas, Gareth Callister11NY0<p>White Barrows is an adaptation of <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunt_the_Wumpus">Hunt The Wumpus</a>, the 1975 game by Gregory Yob.</p> <p>This game was later adapted for the Acorn Atom by Andrew Thomas and Gareth Callister.</p> <p>The Atom listing was then converted for the BBC Micro, and printed in "Personal Software" magazine issue 1, Summer 1982.</p> <p>This was then expanded and released commercially in 1983 by ASP Software.</p>
2257DISC999Wizard AdventureSelf-publishedDisc999-WizardAdventure.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure1984Robert CroweSoft Centre Collection, The11NY0
2258DISC999World DominationElectron User GroupDisc999-WorldDomination.ssdPAdventureText, Text Adventure19XX11NY0<p>Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 69 in 2009.</p>
2259DISC118World War 1Lothlorien, Argus Press Software (APS)Disc118-WorldWarISTD.ssdRStrategy1986STDO12NY0
2260DISC999TheWorst WitchSherston SoftwareDisc999-WorstWitch.ssdRAdventureText, Text Adventure, Educational1988Marshal AndersonSTD11NY0
2261DISC999Yukon GoldFast Access (Argus Specialist Publications Ltd.) (ASP)Disc999-YukonGold.ssdMAdventureText, Text Adventure1990Basil WatertonSTD11NY0<p>Published on the Fast Access Disc vol. 2 issue 6 in 1990.</p>
2262DISC999ZooAnita StrakerDisc999-Zoo.ssdWAdventureText, Text Adventure, Educational1984Anita StrakerAnita Straker Adventures Suite11NY0<p>Zoo was a demo adventure released on the "Anita Straker Adventures Suite".</p>
2263DISC112Catcher (AKA Catch)Electron User, The (Database Publications)Disc112-CatcherE.ssdMCatch 'em1985Roland Waddilove11YesNY0Published in Electron User magazine volume 2, issue 5 in February 1985.
2264DISC112Division One '85Qual-SoftDisc112-DivisionOne85Edit.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy198411EditNYThis game has been slightly edited to save space.
2265DISC112MinefieldSelf-publishedDisc112-Minefield.ssdWStrategyBomber Man1984Mark Bailey11NY
2266DISC113Battle Of BritainDesign People SoftwareDisc113-BattleOfBritainDPSSTD.ssdRStrategy (War)1987STD11NY
2267DISC113BeebtrekSoftware For AllDisc113-Beebtrek.ssdRStrategy (Spaceship Management)Star Trek198211YY
2268DISC113Castle BlacknightRetro SoftwareDisc113-CastleBlacknight.ssdPArcade Adventure2009Chris Dewhurst11NY0<p>This was the example adventure game that came with <a href="http://www.retrosoftware.co.uk/wiki/index.php?title=AADK">The Arcade Adventure Design Kit</a> published by Retro Software.</p>
2269DISC113EspionageModular Resources SoftwareDisc113-Espionage.ssdRStrategyIndustrial Espionage198411NY
2270DISC113Fruits!Micro User, The (later Acorn Computing) (Database Publications)Disc113-Fruits.ssdMSimulation (Fruit Machine)Gambling1988Jason Price11NY0<p>Published in Micro User Magazine vol.6 issue 10 in December 1988</p>
2271DISC113Mexico '86Qual-SoftDisc113-Mexico86STD.ssdRSimulation (Team Management)Strategy1985STD11NY
2272DISC113System 15000AVSDisc113-System15000STT.ssdRSimulation (Hacking)1984John Wagstaff, Paul BedwellSTT11V2NY
2273DISC113TennisGanymedeDisc113-TennisGanymede.ssdRSport (Tennis)Simulation, Pong1983OClassic Arcade Games (Ganymede)12V1.0NY
2275DISC999Business GamesAcornsoftDisc999-BusinessGames.ssdRSimulation (Business)Stocks And Shares1983A. Reeve18YY0
2276DISC999Crack-It Towers (AKA Crack It Towers)MirrorsoftDisc999-CrackItTowers.ssdRPuzzleEducational1985Mike Kent11NY
2278DISC999Kingdom Of HamilTopologikaDisc999-KingdomOfHamilTopologika.ssdRAdventureTex