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Submitted by ZonalRipper 873d ago | interview

Interview with Zenobi's Rochdale Balrog

From humble back-bedroom origins to the biggest adventure-game publisher in the world, Zenobi Software set a precedent for high quality text-based gaming across the home computers of the day. The fondly remembered ZX Spectrum and Atari ST both enjoyed Zenobi’s love of storytelling and for over a decade this developer / publisher released a couple of hundred titles via the ranks of its many authors, often these people stalked around Derek Brewster’s Adventure Trail or shared YS Adventures with Mike Gerrard. (Retro)

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