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Interactive Binary Illusions

Overview

Interactive Binary Illusions was established as a partnership based in Australia between John Passfield and Steve Stamatiadis in 1993. Using that name, two games were released: Alien Carnage (also known as Halloween Harry) in 1993, and the graphic adventure Flight of the Amazon Queen (1995).

The duo was working on a third title, Stereo Jack, based on a comic book character they created in 1992. During development, they signed with Renegade to finish the CD-ROM title with a targeted release year of 1996, but before that Renegade was bought by Warner Interactive. This led to Renegade's focus on the Sensible Soccer games and no budget was left to complete Stereo Jack. By then, Interactive Binary Illusions no longer existed as the duo had formed a new company in 1996: Gee Whiz! Entertainment

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  • Stereo Jack (a number of screenshots from the 1995 version of Stereo Jack, that was eventually never released.)


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