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Offline Zozosoft

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Re: Memories of working at Intelligent Software part 2
« Reply #30 on: 2017.August.08. 16:06:29 »
I was actually working on a video game for the Atari game console for the upcoming James Bond film Octopussy. I remember going down to Pinewood Studios where the James Bond films are filmed, and sitting in a little cutting room with bits of film all over the floor. We watched the sequence where 007 is on the roof of a train and the bad guys are trying to catch or shoot him, and this is what the game was based on.
I think this is that game. Unfortunatelly it is missing :-(

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Re: Memories of working at Intelligent Software part 2
« Reply #31 on: 2017.August.08. 17:14:05 »
I think this is that game. Unfortunatelly it is missing :-(
Wow! Yes, that's it! I never thought I'd see that again!

I don't think it will ever be found, it didn't get beyond "demo" state and was never released. I didn't even know (until I read the article) that is was ever shown in public :oops:

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Re: Memories of working at Intelligent Software
« Reply #32 on: 2024.March.13. 10:21:07 »
Steve Groves, Sales Manager/spokesperson (i think) - i remember ,he was very kind to us and gave me his telephone number

Dan wrote a sad news about Steve on facebook:
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I just found out that someone I knew from the 80's computing world, former marketing director, of Enterprise computers Steve Groves passed away yesterday.  He was very helpful to dad and i and influenced my development in computing when I was at secondary school.
I'm sad. Thanks Steve and rest easy.

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