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The following is a list of RISC PC Games in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other games may have been published. If you have any games or software that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 12 RISC PC Games in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Desktop Repton Date: Desktop Repton

Software House: Acorn

Diggers Date: 1994 Diggers

Diggers is a puzzle computer game developed by Millennium Interactive

Software House: Millennium Interactive
Author: Millennium Interactive

Heroes of Might and Magic II Date: 1997 Heroes of Might and Magic II

Software House: R-Comp interactive
Author: Virgo

Impact The Easy-base Date: Unknown Impact The Easy-base

Software House: Circle Software

My World 2+2 Date: My World 2+2

Software House: Semerc

RISC OC 4 4.39 Single User Pack Date: Unknown RISC OC 4 4.39 Single User Pack

Software House: RISCOC

Sim City 2000 Date: 1993 Sim City 2000

Risc PC version of the maxis classic Kindly Donated By Chris Whytehead

Software House: Maxis
Author: Krisalis Software

Sleuth Date: 1994 Sleuth

Sleuth is an optical character recognition (OCR) package which converts human readable images of text into machine readable text

Software House: Beebug

Small Date: 1993 Small

Software House: Virgo Software
Author: Virgo

The Serial Port - Arcterm Date: Unknown The Serial Port - Arcterm

Software House: The Serial Port

Towers of Darkness Date: 1999 Towers of Darkness

Software House: GT Interactive
Author: id Software

Wolfstein 3D Date: 1999 Wolfstein 3D

Software House: Acorn
Author: Eddie Edwards

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