Software Projects

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Software Projects
Industry Computer and video games
Headquarters Woolton, Liverpool
Products Computer games

Software Projects was the name of a computer game development company which employed Manic Miner developer Matthew Smith. After leaving Bug-Byte as a freelance developer, Smith was able to take the rights to his recently developed Manic Miner game with him, due to an oversight in his freelance contract. Software Projects was then able to market and publish the ZX Spectrum hit game separately from Bug-Byte. Their logo was a Penrose triangle.

Releases included:

In 1984 they released a number of budget titles at £2.99 on the Software Super Savers label.

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