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Computing Games written by Don Priestley

The following is a list of Computing Games written by Don Priestley 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 5 Computing Games written by Don Priestley in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
3D Tanx Date: 1982 3D Tanx

A very early Spectrum game, and written by Don Priestley, who would later write acclaimed games such as Trapdoor

Software House: Dktronics
Author: Don Priestley
Platform : ZX Spectrum

Flunky Date: 1987 Flunky

There's a weird one going in that famous house at the end of London's mall, yes this is your chance to be a really creepy crawly flunky in Buck house

Software House: Pirannah
Author: Don Priestley
Platform : Amstrad CPC464

The Trap Door Date: 1986 The Trap Door

Software House: Piranha
Author: Don Priestley
Platform : Sinclair Spectrum

Through The Trapdoor Date: Through The Trapdoor

Software House: Alternative Software
Author: Don Priestley
Platform : Commodore 64

Through The Trapdoor Date: 1988 Through The Trapdoor

Software House: Piranha
Author: Don Priestley
Platform : Commodore 64

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