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Games for the TI  by Dennis and Martin include:
Games for the TI  by Dennis and Martin include:


  Adventuremania
Adventuremania
  Atlantis
Atlantis
  Beneath the Stars
Beneath the Stars
  Lionel and the Ladders  
Lionel and the Ladders  
  Mania  
Mania  
  Panic on the TI Tanic  
Panic on the TI Tanic  
  Pentathlon
Pentathlon
  Santa and the Goblins  
Santa and the Goblins  
  Shuttle Attak (no c used in the title)
Shuttle Attak (no c used in the title)


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[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 13:15, 5 January 2015

Intrigue Software

A United Kingdom based software publishing house for the TI99/4a.

The team was led by Dennis Webb, the programming was mostly by his son (then c age 13) Martin Webb.

Intrigue cassette software included a coloured photograph of a picture that had been hand coloured by Martin and his brother with felt tip.

At 16 (1984) Martin was the first student to sit and pass O'Level computer science at his school in Kent, England.

Whilst at school Martin launched a number of computer games for the Texas TI99/4a and Commodore 64 Home computers.

At age 18, Martin Webb converted the SEGA game OUTRUN for commercial release on the Commodore 64.

Games for the TI by Dennis and Martin include:

  • Adventuremania
  • Atlantis
  • Beneath the Stars
  • Lionel and the Ladders
  • Mania
  • Panic on the TI Tanic
  • Pentathlon
  • Santa and the Goblins
  • Shuttle Attak (no c used in the title)