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The Austin brothers (Pete Austin, [[Mike Austin]] and [[Nick Austin]]) founded the British text-adventure game company [[Level 9]] in 1981.
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The Austin brothers ([[Pete Austin]], [[Mike Austin]] and [[Nick Austin]]) founded the British text-adventure game company [[Level 9]] in 1981.
  
 
==Author Credits==
 
==Author Credits==
* ''[[Adventure Quest]]'' (with [[Nick Austin]] and [[Mike Austin]], publisher: [[Level 9]]; 1983; Atari 800, [[BBC Micro]], [[Spectrum]]).
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* ''[[Adventure Quest]]'' (with [[Nick Austin]] and [[Mike Austin]], publisher: [[Level 9]]; 1983; [[Amstrad CPC]], [[Amstrad PCW]], [[Atari]] 800, [[BBC Micro]], [[MS-DOS]], [[Spectrum]]).
* ''[[Snowball]]'' (with Nick Austin, Mike Austin, Simon Aspinall and [[Ian Buxton]], publisher: Level 9; 1983; Atari 800, BBC Micro, Spectrum).
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* ''[[Snowball]]'' (with [[Nick Austin]], [[Mike Austin]], [[Simon Aspinall]] and [[Ian Buxton]], publisher: [[Level 9]]; 1983; [[Amstrad CPC]], [[Amstrad PCW]], [[Atari]] 800, [[BBC Micro]], [[MS-DOS]], [[Spectrum]]).
* ''[[Dungeon Adventure]]'' (with Nick Austin and Mike Austin, publisher: Level 9; 1984; Atari 800, BBC Micro, Spectrum).
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* ''[[Dungeon Adventure]]'' (with [[Nick Austin]] and [[Mike Austin]], publisher: [[Level 9]]; 1984; [[Amstrad CPC]], [[Amstrad PCW]], [[Atari]] 800, [[BBC Micro]], [[MS-DOS]], [[Spectrum]]).
* ''[[The Saga of Erik the Viking]]'' (publisher: Level 9, artist: [[Joan Lamb]]; 1984; [[Commodore]], Spectrum).  
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* ''[[The Saga of Erik the Viking]]'' (publisher: [[Level 9]], artist: [[Joan Lamb]]; 1984; [[Commodore]], Spectrum).  
* ''[[The Worm in Paradise]]'' (with Nick Austin and Mike Austin, publisher: Level 9; 1985, artist: [[James Horsler]]; Spectrum).
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* ''[[The Worm in Paradise]]'' (with [[Nick Austin]] and [[Mike Austin]], publisher: [[Level 9]]; 1985, artist: [[James Horsler]]; [[Amstrad CPC]], [[Amstrad PCW]], [[Atari]] 800, [[BBC Micro]], [[MS-DOS]], [[Spectrum]]).
* ''[[The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole]]'' (publisher: Level 9, artist: Joan Lamb; 1987; BBC Micro, Spectrum).
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* ''[[The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole]]'' (publisher: [[Level 9]], artist: [[Joan Lamb]]; 1987; [[BBC Micro]], [[Spectrum]]).
* ''[[Knight Orc]]'' (publisher: Level 9; 1987; Spectrum).
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* ''[[Knight Orc]]'' (publisher: [[Level 9]]; 1987; [[Amstrad CPC]], [[Amstrad PCW]], [[Atari]] 800, [[BBC Micro]], [[MS-DOS]], [[Spectrum]]).
  
 
==Games Designed==
 
==Games Designed==
* ''[[The Price of Magik]]'' (publisher: Level 9, implementors: Mike Austin, Nick Austin, Simon Aspinall artist: [[James Horsler]]; 1986; Spectrum).
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* ''[[The Price of Magik]]'' (publisher: [[Level 9]], implementors: [[Mike Austin]], [[Nick Austin]], [[Simon Aspinall]] artist: [[James Horsler]]; 1986; [[Amstrad CPC]], [[Amstrad PCW]], [[MS-DOS]], [[Spectrum]]).
* ''[[Red Moon (by Level 9)|Red Moon]]'' (with [[David Williamson]], publisher: Level 9, implementors: [[Simon Aspinall]] and Pete Austin, artist: [[James Horsler]]; 1985; BBC Micro, Spectrum).
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* ''[[Red Moon]]'' (with [[David Williamson]], publisher: [[Level 9]], implementors: [[Simon Aspinall]] and [[Pete Austin]], artist: [[James Horsler]]; 1985; [[Amstrad CPC]], [[BBC Micro]], [[MS-DOS]], [[Spectrum]]).
  
 
==Games Implemented==
 
==Games Implemented==
* ''Red Moon'' (designers: Pete Austin and David Williamson, publisher: Level 9, implementors: Simon Aspinall and Pete Austin, artist: James Horsler; 1985; BBC Micro, Spectrum).
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* ''[[Red Moon]]'' (designers: [[Pete Austin]] and [[David Williamson]], publisher: [[Level 9]], implementors: [[Simon Aspinall]] and [[Pete Austin]], artist: [[James Horsler]]; 1985; [[Amstrad CPC]], [[BBC Micro]], [[MS-DOS]], [[Spectrum]]).
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==

Latest revision as of 01:15, 28 May 2019

The Austin brothers (Pete Austin, Mike Austin and Nick Austin) founded the British text-adventure game company Level 9 in 1981.

Author Credits

Games Designed

Games Implemented

Links