OverviewAlligata Software was a company based in Sheffield, UK, started around 1981/1982 by Mike Mahoney and Dave Palmer. The company produced games for systems such as the Commodore 64, BBC Micro, Acorn Electron and ZX Spectrum. Alligata is also known for its Budgie budget label.
Palmer left the company in October 1986 to set up the budget label Alternative Software with Roger Hulley. Mike Mahoney left the company in 1988 and turned it over to his brother Tim Mahoney. The last games were released in 1989.
|Livingstone, I Presume?||(1986)|
|Cyrus II Chess||(1986)|
|Blagger Goes to Hollywood||(1985)|
|Jack Charlton's Match Fishing||(1985)|
|Who Dares Wins||(1985)|
|Who Dares Wins II||(1985)|
|Son of Blagger||(1984)|
|Aztec Tomb Revisited (Part II)||(1984)|
|Aztec Tomb Adventure||(1983)|
|Damsel in Distress||(1983)|
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- Wikipedia: Alligata (article in the open encyclopedia)