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ZX81 Games published by Quicksilva

The following is a list of ZX81 Games published by Quicksilva 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 9 ZX81 Games published by Quicksilva in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
QS Asteroids (Early version) Date: 1981 QS Asteroids (Early version)

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QS Asteroids Date: 1981 QS Asteroids

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QS Scramble Date: 1982 QS Scramble

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QS Defenda Date: 1982 QS Defenda

 

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QS Invaders Date: 1982 QS Invaders

 

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QS Defender (Early version) Date: 1982 QS Defender (Early version)

Early version

Software House: Quicksilva
Author: Quicksilva

QS Invaders (Early cover) Date: 1982 QS Invaders (Early cover)

Different cover, maybe early version

Software House: Quicksilva
Author: Quicksilva

Black Star Date: 1983 Black Star

 

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Damper/Glooper Date: 1983 Damper/Glooper

 

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