OverviewAutomata UK was a company established by Mel Croucher and Christian Penfold for ZX Spectrum releases. Croucher's games had the British surrealist trademark, with titles such as Pimania, My Name Is Uncle Groucho, You Win A Fat Cigar, and Deus Ex Machina.
In 1985 Croucher sold off the company for 10 pence.
|New Wheels John?||(1985)|
|Deus Ex Machina||(1984)|
|My Name is Uncle Groucho You Win a Fat Cigar||(1983)|
|Bunny & E.T.A.||(1983)|
|Morris Meets the Bikers||(1983)|
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Related Web Sites
- The Piman Files (Information about Automata's cult classic Pimania, MP3s of all the songs that came on the B-sides of Automata's game cassettes, and scans of all the Automata back-page cartoons that appeared in Popular Computing Weekly.)
- Wikipedia: Automata UK (article in the open encyclopedia about the company)