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Computing Games written by The Sales Curve

The following is a list of Computing Games written by The Sales Curve 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 The Sales Curve in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Double Dragon 3/ Rodland Date: 1990 Double Dragon 3/ Rodland

Double pack of two games, with the Rodland box sitting inside the Double Dragon one, making up the back of the box

Software House: Storm
Author: The Sales Curve
Platform : Atari ST

Ninja Warriors Date: 1992 Ninja Warriors

Software House: Virgin Mastertronic
Author: The Sales Curve
Platform : Commodore Amiga

Shinobi Date: 1989 Shinobi

Software House: Mastertronic
Author: The Sales Curve
Platform : Amstrad CPC 464

Silkworm (Mastertronic) Date: 1991 Silkworm (Mastertronic)

 

Software House: Mastertronic
Author: The Sales Curve
Platform : Amstrad CPC464

St Dragon (Disk) Date: 1990 St Dragon (Disk)

 

Software House: Storm
Author: The Sales Curve
Platform : Amstrad CPC464

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