Acornsoft Limited

Moby ID: 1192

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Acornsoft was the software arm of Acorn Computers. The company published software, both games and applications, for Acorn's computers, including the BBC Micro and the Electron.

In 1986, Acorn sold its games back catalogue and the rights to the name Acornsoft to Superior Software, who continued using the name on their releases and re-released several Acornsoft games as well.

Credited on 59 Games from 1981 to 1991

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Play it Again Sam 16 (1991 on BBC Micro, Electron)
Superior Soccer (1989 on Electron, BBC Micro)
Revs (1985 on BBC Micro)
Magic Mushrooms (1985 on Electron, BBC Micro)
Elite (1984 on DOS, Amiga, NES...)
Boxer (1984 on BBC Micro, Electron)
Children From Space (1984 on Electron, BBC Micro, Dragon 32/64)
Crazy Tracer (1984 on BBC Micro, Electron)
Elite (1984 on BBC Micro, Electron)
JCB Digger (1984 on BBC Micro)
Labyrinth (1984 on BBC Micro)
Maze (1984 on Electron, BBC Micro)
Meteor Mission (1984 on BBC Micro)
Podd (1984 on BBC Micro, Electron)
Super Invaders (1984 on BBC Micro)
Tetrapod (1984 on BBC Micro)
Volcano (1984 on BBC Micro)
Carousel (1983 on BBC Micro)
Aviator (1983 on BBC Micro)
Chess (1983 on BBC Micro, Electron)

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History +

1979

Acornsoft Computers Ltd. founded by Herman Hausser and Chris Curry.

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Location (1983)

Acornsoft Limited

4a Market Hall

Cambridge

CB2 3NI

England

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