Topologika LtdA number of the games here were originally published by Acornsoft but their authors took the games to Topologika when Acornsoft decided not to publish adventure games and converted them for other computers. This company is still present (1 South Harbour, Harbour Village, PENRYN, Cornwall TR10 8LR, +44 01326 377771). They are still in business (2001), doing educational software.
Underlying system design: David Seal and Jon Thackray. Implementation for Acorn RISC OS, BBC, Electron and Master: David Seal and Jon Thackray. Implementation for Amstrad, PC and Spectrum: Richard Clayton (Locomotive Software Limited). Implementation for Atari: David Turner.
Topologika Ltd has a homepage at http://www.topologika.co.uk/
The Doom trilogy
Science Fiction adventure
Philosopher's QuestWritten 1987? by Peter Killworth.
Notes: On-line hint system (actually used in conjunction with a paper sheet of numbered questions - answers are accessed via the game itself). This version is larger that Acornsoft's version.
Kingdom of Hamil
Notes: The Acornsoft version was a cutdown of the original, the Topologika version is the full thing.
Monsters of Murdac
SpySnatcherType: Text only Written after 1985 by Jon Thackray, Jonathan Partington and Peter Killworth.
Comments: Whodunnit adventure in MI7. Can you track down the mole leaking secrets to Ruritannia?
SpySnatcher is available for off-site download
Giant KillerType: Text only Written about 1985 by Peter Killworth.
Notes: Mathematical adventure for secondary education.
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