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Computing Games written by Sentient Software Ltd (Mike Lamb, John Mullins, Jonathan Dunn, Bill Harbison, Alick Morrall)

The following is a list of Computing Games written by Sentient Software Ltd (Mike Lamb, John Mullins, Jonathan Dunn, Bill Harbison, Alick Morrall) 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 4 Computing Games written by Sentient Software Ltd (Mike Lamb, John Mullins, Jonathan Dunn, Bill Harbison, Alick Morrall) in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
WEC Le Mans Date: 1988 WEC Le Mans

Based on the arcade machine, this was a very competent conversion

Software House: Imagine
Author: Sentient Software Ltd (Mike Lamb, John Mullins, Jonathan Dunn, Bill Harbison, Alick Morrall)
Platform : ZX Spectrum

WEC Le Mans (+3) Date: 1988 WEC Le Mans (+3)

"it's fast, it's good, in fact it's brilliant

Software House: Imagine Software
Author: Sentient Software Ltd (Mike Lamb, John Mullins, Jonathan Dunn, Bill Harbison, Alick Morrall)
Platform : ZX Spectrum

WEC Le Mans (Erbe) Date: 1988 WEC Le Mans (Erbe)

Based on the arcade machine, this was a very competent conversio

Software House: Erbe
Author: Sentient Software Ltd (Mike Lamb, John Mullins, Jonathan Dunn, Bill Harbison, Alick Morrall)
Platform : ZX Spectrum

WEC Le Mans (The Hit Squad) Date: 1988 WEC Le Mans (The Hit Squad)

Based on the arcade machine, this was a very competent conversion

Software House: The Hit Squad
Author: Sentient Software Ltd (Mike Lamb, John Mullins, Jonathan Dunn, Bill Harbison, Alick Morrall)
Platform : ZX Spectrum

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