OverviewEngland's Software Projects were one of the earliest games companies in their country, and were active for much of the 1980s. The company was founded in 1983 when Alan Maton and Soo Maton left Bug-Byte to set up Software Projects with Matthew Smith, joined by sixteen-year old Chris Cannon, also coming from Bug-Byte.
They brought several US titles to the UK market and UK-based systems such as the Spectrum, and remained Matthew Smith's publisher for many years.
|Dragon's Lair Part II: Escape from Singe's Castle||(1987)|
|Jet Set Willy II: The Final Frontier||(1985)|
|Learning with Leeper||(1985)|
|Harvey Smith Showjumper||(1985)|
|Hunchback at the Olympics||(1985)|
|BC's Quest for Tires||(1984)|
|Jet Set Willy||(1984)|
|Faces of Haarne||(1984)|
|Perils of Willy, The||(1984)|
TriviaCompany location (1983):
Software Projects Ltd.
The Bear Brand Complex
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Logo from 1983 to 1988