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==Games==
 
==Games==
* ''[[Doomlords]]'' ([[Simon Avery]]; 1988; [[Amstrad CPC]]).
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* ''[[Doomlords]]'' ([[Simon Avery]]; 1988?; [[Amstrad CPC]]).
* ''[[Gerbil Riot of '67]]'' ([[Simon Avery]]; 1988; Amstrad CPC, [[Commodore]], [[Spectrum]]).
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* ''[[Danger! Adventurer at Work!]]'' ([[Simon Avery]]; 1991; Amstrad CPC).
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** There were also [[Commodore]] and [[Spectrum]] versions, published by [[The Guild]].
 
** Ported to [[Z-code]] by [[Duncan Cross]].
 
** Ported to [[Z-code]] by [[Duncan Cross]].
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* ''[[The Gerbil Riot of '67]]'' ([[Simon Avery]]; 1991?; Amstrad CPC).
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** There were also Commodore and Spectrum versions, published by [[The Guild]]. (The Spectrum version was released in 1992.)
 
** Ported to MS-DOS (with [[TADS 2]]) by [[Simon Avery]] (1994).
 
** Ported to MS-DOS (with [[TADS 2]]) by [[Simon Avery]] (1994).
* ''[[Danger! Adventurer at Work!]]'' ([[Simon Avery]]; 1991; Amstrad CPC).
 
** There were also Commodore and Spectrum versions, published by [[The Guild]].
 
 
** Ported to [[Z-code]] by [[Duncan Cross]].
 
** Ported to [[Z-code]] by [[Duncan Cross]].
 
* ''[[Dances With Bunny Rabbits]]'' ([[Simon Avery]]; 1992; Amstrad CPC).
 
* ''[[Dances With Bunny Rabbits]]'' ([[Simon Avery]]; 1992; Amstrad CPC).

Revision as of 15:04, 24 July 2009

Wow Software was founded by Joan Pancott HPilg in 1990 and won the "Best homegrown adventure company" award at the third Adventure Convention in 1992.

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