CRL Group plc is a defunct British video game development and publishing company. Originally CRL stood for "Computer Rentals Ltd.". It was based in King's Yard, London and run by Clem Chambers. [1 ]
They released a number of notable
adventure games based on horror stories, such as Dracula, Jack the Ripper and Frankenstein. and Dracula were awarded "15" certificates by the Frankenstein British Board of Film Censors for their graphics depicting bloody scenes, while and Jack the Ripper gained Wolfman "18" certificates.
CRL-published games that achieved critical success include
and Tau Ceti . Academy
The 1984 game of the series
was one of the first video games based on a TV show. Terrahawks [2 ]
See also [ edit ]
Dracula (1986 video game)
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Further Reading [ edit ]
In issue 97 of
Retro Gamer Magazine as part of the magazine's regular From The Archive series, Graeme Mason interviewed several members of the CRL staff including Andrew Stoddart, Jeff Lee and, of course, Clem Chambers.
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