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Computing Games written by Steve Marsden, David Cooke

The following is a list of Computing Games written by Steve Marsden, David Cooke 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 2 Computing Games written by Steve Marsden, David Cooke in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
City Slicker Date: 1986 City Slicker

More colourful platform action from the Hewson label, the game follows Slick, who is trying to find and defuse a bomb planted by Abracadabra

Software House: Hewson
Author: Steve Marsden, David Cooke
Platform : ZX Spectrum

Technician Ted (Rack-It) Date: 1988 Technician Ted (Rack-It)

Technician Ted is an enthusiastic young computer hacker who bounces to work at the local Microprocessor factory every day at 8

Software House: Hewson
Author: Steve Marsden, David Cooke
Platform : Sinclair ZX Spectrum

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