Long ago in the dawn of the 8-bit personal computer age, Scott Adams wrote and produced his first text adventure, Adventureland.
Scott marketed this adventure under his company 'Adventure International', following the success of Adventureland he went on to produce the several more games. All used his SACA (Scott Adams Classic Adventure).
Following the success of Adventure International, it went on to port the games to several other platforms, and set up a subsidary in the UK (AdventureSoft UK).
In 1981, Brian Howarth used the same interpreter to write his set of Mysterious Adventures, which were marketed by AdventureSoft UK
Last update: 21/08/2007