OverviewBritish company famous for unique action/puzzle games such as Vaxine, The Assembly Line was also famous for excellent programming that was technically much more competent than most of its contemporaries. Its games were always very smooth, eminently playable, and pushes the capabilities of yesterday's computers to their limits. Although better known in the Commodore 64 and later Amiga circle, many of their games have also been ported to the PC and achieved modest success. Most of their games were published by US Gold.
Developers include Andy Beveridge, Adrian Stephens, Martin Day, John Dale.
|Game of Harmony, The||(1990)|
|Xenon 2: Megablast||(1989)|
There is no trivia on file. If you have any interesting trivia about this company, please add it.
Related Web Sites
There are no links to other websites on file.