Hutchinson Computer Publishing
This was a short-lived subsidiary of the publishing house Hutchinson (based in London, England and now an imprint of Random House) which was formed in 1984 to exploit some of the books they possessed the rights to and make games out of them at the height of the text-adventure popularity.
It only made a few titles including two in the Lone Wolf
series of Fighting Fantasy by Joe Dever and Gary Chalk on the Spectrum, and The Fourth Protocol
by Frederick Forsyth on multiple platforms.
The latter's Amstrad PCW version contained bugs in the implementation which made it impossible to solve and refunds had to be offered by the publisher.
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