Mercury Microware

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Mercury Microware
Industry Video games
Founded 1983
Founders Paul Ralphs and Derek Ham

Mercury Microware was a games development company formed in 1983 by 15-year-olds Paul Ralphs and Derek Ham. Their most memorable work being the Commodore 64 conversion of football computer game Matchday, published by Ocean Software in 1984, the first game in the Match Day series. Mercury also created original titles for the Commodore 64 and Oric 1 including Spooky Mansion and Digger, published by M C Lothlorien.