OverviewMikro-Gen primarily released games for the ZX Spectrum, although some of their titles were also ported to the Amstrad CPC and Commodore 64. Best known are the 5 games starring Wally Week and his family, and the award-winning Equinox. They put a lot of time and money into the Mikro-Plus add-on for the Spectrum, which never materialised, and their Battle of the Planets license was a flop, which lead towards their demise.
|Battle of the Planets||(1986)|
|Classic Collection No1||(1986)|
|Mikro Gen Classic Collection No2||(1986)|
|Three Weeks in Paradise||(1986)|
|Everyone's A Wally (The Life of Wally)||(1985)|
|Witch's Cauldron, The||(1985)|
|Shadow of the Unicorn||(1985)|
|Herbert's Dummy Run||(1985)|
|One Hundred and Eighty!||(1983)|
|Mines of Saturn / Return to Earth||(1982)|
|Thro' The Wall also Scramble||(1982)|
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- Old coders never die... they only fade away (Feature in Commodore Format (Issue 22, Jul 92, p54) that lists companies and programmers that made the Commodore 64 great. )