Bug-Byte Software Ltd.

Overview

Bug-Byte, based in Liverpool (UK), was started by Tony Baden and Tony Milner in 1980 publishing for the Sinclair ZX81, although the company quickly moved on to a full range of systems popular in the UK. They were later bought out by Grandslam, who used the name for a budget line consisting mostly of reissues.

In 1983 Bug-Byte moved into new accommodations in Mulberry House, Canning Place. They also took a half share in Spool Ltd, a tape duplicating company, based at the same location.

Also Known As

  • Bug-Byte Software Ltd.

Games

Friday the 13th(1989)
Xeno(1988)
Little Green Man(1988)
A View to a Kill: The Computer Game(1988)
Red Scorpion(1988)
Power Pyramids(1988)
Yabba Dabba Doo!(1988)
Rally-X(1988)
Tank Battalion(1988)
Warp Warp(1988)
πr²(1988)
Droid Dreams(1988)
Glider Rider(1988)
Gladiator(1988)
Spellseeker(1987)
Pay Off, The(1987)
Kat Trap(1987)
Leaper(1986)
Aardvark(1986)
Time Trax(1986)
Falcon Patrol(1986)
Chicken Chase(1986)
Hunkidory(1986)
Plan B(1986)
Souls of Darkon(1986)
Miami Dice(1986)
Flyer Fox(1986)
Rupert and the Ice Castle(1986)
Ollo: Missions I & II(1986)
Jeep Command(1986)
Hoodoo Voodoo(1986)
Further Adventures of Alice in Videoland, The(1986)
Capt'n Kidd(1986)
Zagan Warrior(1986)
Droid One(1986)
Gandalf the Sorcerer(1986)
Solo(1985)
Ole!(1985)
ZIP(1985)
Bomber Bob In Pentagon Capers(1985)
Jail Break(1985)
Automan(1985)
Diagon(1984)
Kung Fu(1984)
Rapscallion(1984)
Star Trader(1984)
Cavern Fighter(1984)
Antics(1984)
Galaxian(1984)
Pac-Man(1984)

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Trivia

Location and Contact Details (1985)

Liberty House
222 Regent Street
London
England
W1R 7DB

Telephone 01-439 0666

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