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Ubisoft (formerly called Ubi Soft, Ubi soft, or UBI Soft) is a publisher and developer of computer and video games. Its current headquarters are in Montreuil, France. In the late 1980s, Ubi soft published some graphical text adventures in the French language.
NOTE: All the following games are in French.
- La chose de Grotemburg (story: Olivier Moraze, programming: Nicolas Gohin, graphics: Didier Quentin, Philippe Montembault, Samuel Morillon, music and sound: Xavier Talgorn; 1987; Amstrad CPC).
- Conspiration a.k.a. Conspiration de l'an III (story: E. Beaujouan, graphics: M. Randjelovic; 1988; Amstrad CPC).
- L'île (Alain Massoumipour, graphics: Laurent Théron; 1988; Amstrad CPC).
- Omeyad (P. Jouaud and P. Giroud, graphics: Y. Taillefer; c. 1989; Amstrad CPC).
- Le maraudeur (Hervé Seznec, graphics: Jean-Marie Seznec, music: Grégory Clément; 1989; Amstrad CPC).