HorrorsoftHorrorsoft was really Adventure Soft UK in disguise. Tynesoft provided some of the artists for the games.
They are or have been distributed by Tynesoft.
Personal NightmareType: Interactive graphics/Point-n-Click/Music Written by Mike Woodroffe [game], Keith Wadhams [game], Alan Cox [Game, system], Alan Bridgeman [system] and Teoman Irmak [graphics].
Notes: Both text and iconic input. Game system written in C.
Elvira, Mistress of the DarkType: Point-n-Click/Sound/PNC/SOUND/MUSIC (animation) Written 1990 by Mike Woodroffe, Keith Wadhams, Simon Woodroffe, Alan Bridgman [graphics code] and Teoman Irmak and other artists [graphics].
Notes: This actually runs under the AberMUD5 MUD driver with a graphical front end added. It's a combination of graphic adventure and RPG.
The Amiga version comes on 3 1/2" disks. Includes 21-page Horror Guide manual, 20 page Emelda's Receipts & Spelles For Ye Of Magickal Artes book coded in red, red filter, ingredients card (lists contents that come with game), and additional instructions card.
Can somebody help me find my chest?
Elvira 2: Jaws of Cerberus
Notes: Part RPG.
Elvira 3: WaxworksType: Interactive graphics/Point-n-Click/Music
Notes: RPG with adventure overtones. Uses the same game-system as Elvira I.
Comments: The player has to explore four waxworks, namely Jack the Ripper's
London, a cemetary, a mine filled with mutants and a pyramid in
order to remove a curse put on his family.
Simon the SorcererType: Interactive graphics Written by Mike Woodroffe.
Simon the Sorcerer II
Notes: Sequel to Simon the Sorcerer.
Another person notes that a company is porting this to Amiga
(1999) and rewriting it from scratch. If there would have been
a CD32 version that wouldn't have been necessary.
The Feeble FilesWritten by Simon Woodroffe.
Notes: This comes on 4 CDs.
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