Published in 1987 by Opera Soft, for Spectrum, Amstrad and MSX, La Abadia del Crimen is probably the most succesful game created in Spain for 8 bits, although it wasn't published outside our country.
Opera used to publish its games also for Amstrad PCW, (...)
Pac-man is one of the greatest classics of all time. Years ago, Namco decided to create a sequel, and they called it 'Pacmania'. It had a great success too, and was converted to the home computers by Grandslam, a british company.
Years after, MAD had cr (...)
MSX conversion of and old hand held, where you control a chef who has to shoot the sausages that are flying over you, whose also will shoot you.
As every hand held, is a very simple game, but actually I guess you'll enjoy just if you had the original wh (...)
As some of you could remember, CEZ Games Studio began to close in early 2009. At that time, they were some games in the pipeline, and some of those were almost completed, so they still were released under one of our seals; this was the case of I Need Sp (...)
Phantomas is, no doubt, one of the classics of the Spanish software, although it was only released for the ZX Spectrum. It was so successful that Dinamic decided to publish a game by Emilio Salgueiro (author of Freddy Hardest), called Vamp (...)