Opera Soft

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Opera Soft
Industry Video games
Founded 1986
Headquarters Spain
Products Video games

Opera Soft was one of the most prolific Spanish computer game developers of the Golden Era of Spanish Software of the 1980s. It released many games for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC and similar computers in the mid-1980s, but its games were not as popular on the PC. Founded in 1986, the company obtained success with its title Livingstone, supongo (Livingstone, I Presume), based on the famous 19th-century explorer Dr. Livingstone. Nevertheless, their most important title is probably La Abadía del Crimen (The Abbey of Crime), based on Umberto Eco's best-seller The Name of the Rose.

Like many other Spanish software companies of the time, Opera Soft did not adapt to the generational change and went out of business in the early 1990s with the emergence of 16-bit video games.

Opera Sports[edit]

Opera created a division to develop sports videogames called Opera Sports.[1]

Selected games[edit]


  1. ^ (in Spanish) APRIETA EL ACELERADOR Micromanía issue 25 (June 1990). Pages 6-7.

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