Works released in 1984
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- Cutthroats (Michael Berlyn and Jerry Wolper, publisher: Infocom).
- The Hitchhikers' Guide to the Galaxy (Douglas Adams and Steve Meretzky, publisher: Infocom).
- Seastalker: (Your Name) and the Ultramarine Bioceptor (Stu Galley and Jim Lawrence, publisher: Infocom).
- Sorcerer (Steve Meretzky, publisher: Infocom).
- Suspect (Dave Lebling, publisher: Infocom).
- Amazon (writer: Michael Crichton, programmer: Stephen Warady, artist: David Durand, publisher: Trillium Corporation). Also released for Commodore and MS-DOS systems.
- Crypt of Medea (Arthur Britto and Allan Lamb, publisher: Sir-Tech Software).
- The Dallas Quest (James Garon, Louella Lee Caraway, Phyllis Wapner, artists: Kelly Day and Joe Pearson, publisher: Datasoft). Also released for Atari, Commodore and TRS-80 systems.
- Dragonworld (Michael P. Meyer, Robert Strong, Byron Preiss, Michael Reaves, J. Brynne Stephens, Lee Jacknew, artist: John Pierard, publisher: Trillium Corporation). Also released for Commodore and MS-DOS systems.
- Empire III: Armageddon (designer: David Mullich, programmer: Bill Widger, publisher: EduWare Services).
- Fahrenheit 451 (Michael P. Meyer, publisher: Trillium Corporation). Also released for Commodore and MS-DOS systems. Based on the book by Ray Bradbury.
- The Quest (Dallas Snell, Joel Ellis Rea, Joe Toller, artists: Marsha Meuse and Steven Meuse, publisher: Polarware). Also released for Atari, Commodore and IBM PC systems.
- Rendezvous With Rama (designer: Ronald Martinez, programmers: Ronald Martinez, Jeffrey Schneider, Isaac V. Kerlon, Lebbeus Woods, artist: Robert Strong, publisher: Trillium Corporation). Also released for Commodore systems. Based on the book by Arthur C. Clarke.
- The Tracer Sanction (developer: Interplay, publisher: Activision). Also released for Atari and Commodore systems.
- Mindwheel (author: Robert Pinsky, programmers: Steve Hales and William Mataga; publisher: Brøderbund Software).
- The Citadel of Chaos (designer: Steve Jackson, programmers: Darryl Mattocks and S. J. Ball, musician: W. Robinson, artist: Steve Jackson, publisher: Puffin Books). Also released for Spectrum systems.
- Eureka! (Ian Livingstone, publisher: Domark Software). Also released for Spectrum systems.
- The Forest of Doom (designer: Ian Livingstone, programmers: Darryl Mattocks and S. J. Ball, musician: B. Robinson, artist: Law Graphics, publisher: Puffin Books). Based on Ian Livingstone's role-playing book. Fighting Fantasy gamebook #3.
- The Hulk (Scott Adams, artists: Mark Gruewald, Kem McNair, John Romita Sr., designers: Scott Adams, Bob Budiansky, John Byrne, publisher: Adventure International).
- Ripper! (John Winnie and Stanley Baronett Jr., publisher: Avalon Hill).
- The Saga of Erik the Viking (Pete Austin, publisher: Mosaic Publishing). Also released for Amstrad CPC and Spectrum systems.
- Spider-Man (Scott Adams, artist: Alfred Milgrom, publisher: Adventure International). Also released for Spectrum systems.
- Swiss Family Robinson (David Dockterman, Gabrielle Savage, Tom Snyder, publisher: Telarium Corporation). Based on the book by Johann Wyss.
- Earthly Delights (Dan'l Leviton and Roger Webster, publisher: Datamost).
- The Holy Grail (Joe Emerson, Ken Smith, Gary Wolf).
- Zyll (Scott B. Edwards and Marshal W. Linder, publisher: IBM).
- Adventure F -- The Eye of Bain (Simon Wadsworth, publisher: Artic Computing).
- Adventure G -- Ground Zero (Colin Smith, publisher: Artic Computing).
- Dungeon Adventure (Mike Austin, Nick Austin, Pete Austin, publisher: Level 9).
- Hampstead (Peter Jones and Trevor Lever, publisher: Melbourne House). Also released for Commodore systems.
- Mutant (Jack Lockerby, publisher: Zenobi Software).
- Quest for the Holy Joystick (Fergus McNeill and Jason Somerville, artist: Mad Mac, publishers: Delta 4 and Zenobi Software).
- Sherlock (Philip Mitchell, publisher: Melbourne House).
- Sherwood Forest (Fergus McNeill, publishers: Delta 4 and Zenobi Software).
- Yenght (Víctor Ruiz Tejedor, artist: Ignacio Ruiz Tejedor, publisher: Dinamic Software). Spanish.