Salamander Software

Moby ID: 5449

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Salamander Software started by developing programs for the Dragon 32 computer.

In 1983 its top titles were Dragon Trek, Wizard War, Grand Prix, Vulcan Noughts and Crosses and Games Compendium DI.

Four new titles were developed Star Jammer, Salamander Graphics, Night Flight and Superskill Hangman.

All of these were available on the 32k Tandy Colour Computer.

In addition two games were developed in conjunction with Oric Products for the Oric 1, a game called TREK and a games compendium.

Credited on 30 Games from 1982 to 1984

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Classic Racing (1984 on Amstrad CPC, Oric)
Eagle (1984 on BBC Micro)
Franklin in Wonderland (1984 on Dragon 32/64)
Red Meanies (1984 on Dragon 32/64)
The White Cliffs of Dover (1984 on Dragon 32/64)
Wings of War (1984 on Dragon 32/64, BBC Micro, Oric)
Attack of the Mutant Camels (1983 on Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, VIC-20)
Laser Zone (1983 on Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, VIC-20...)
737 Flight Simulator (1983 on MSX, BBC Micro, Electron)
Dan Diamond in Fishy Business (1983 on BBC Micro, Oric, Dragon 32/64)
Dan Diamond is Lost in Space (1983 on BBC Micro, Oric, Dragon 32/64)
Dragon Rider (1983 on BBC Micro)
Everest (1983 on Dragon 32/64)
Franklin's Tomb (1983 on Dragon 32/64, BBC Micro, Oric)
Metagalactic Llamas: Battle at the Edge of Time (1983 on Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, VIC-20...)
Nightflight (1983 on Dragon 32/64)
Super Skill Hangman (1983 on Dragon 32/64)
Tanks! (1983 on BBC Micro)
The Cricklewood Incident (1983 on Dragon 32/64)
Traxx (1983 on ZX Spectrum, VIC-20, Antstream)

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Trivia +

In 1983 Salamander had a marketing arrangement with Quicksilva. Salamander would convert games written by Jeff Minter of Llamasoft for use on the Spectrum and Quicksilva would market them.

Two early conversions were 'TRAX' and Gridrunner.

Company location (1983):

Salamander Software

27 Ditchling Rise




United Kingdom


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