Richard Shepherd Software was a software house active between 1982 and 1985. The company was known for releasing text adventure games, most notably Urban Upstart. These were programmed by Richard Shepherd himself and Pete Cooke. Richard Shepherd's finance utility, Cash Controller, was the first Spectrum programs to be designed to work with the ZX Microdrive. In 1991 an issue of Amstrad Action (May, No. 68 p. 70) published a gravity-artillery 'Type-in' game called 'Warzone'. Consisting of 144 lines of code, the idea preceded by eight years the massively popular game series Worms Armageddon. The author was noted down as one "Richard Shephard down Bristol way".

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  • Richard Shepherd Software was a software house active between 1982 and 1985. The company was known for releasing text adventure games, most notably Urban Upstart. These were programmed by Richard Shepherd himself and Pete Cooke. Richard Shepherd's finance utility, Cash Controller, was the first Spectrum programs to be designed to work with the ZX Microdrive. In 1991 an issue of Amstrad Action (May, No. 68 p. 70) published a gravity-artillery 'Type-in' game called 'Warzone'. Consisting of 144 lines of code, the idea preceded by eight years the massively popular game series Worms Armageddon. The author was noted down as one "Richard Shephard down Bristol way". (en)
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  • Richard Shepherd Software was a software house active between 1982 and 1985. The company was known for releasing text adventure games, most notably Urban Upstart. These were programmed by Richard Shepherd himself and Pete Cooke. Richard Shepherd's finance utility, Cash Controller, was the first Spectrum programs to be designed to work with the ZX Microdrive. In 1991 an issue of Amstrad Action (May, No. 68 p. 70) published a gravity-artillery 'Type-in' game called 'Warzone'. Consisting of 144 lines of code, the idea preceded by eight years the massively popular game series Worms Armageddon. The author was noted down as one "Richard Shephard down Bristol way". (en)
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