Xonox

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Xonox was a division of K-tel International that published video games. Below is a list of Xonox (K-tel Software on C64) games, along with the developer and staff of each version.

  • Artillery Duel
2600 Version Developed by Action Graphics
Programmed by John Perkins?
ColecoVision Version Developed by Action Graphics
Programmed by Michael Schwartz
Commodore 64 Version Developed by ?
VIC-20 Version Developed by ?
Programmed by Jerry Brinson
  • Chuck Norris Superkicks
2600 Version Developed by VSS
Programmed by Robert Weatherby
ColecoVision Version Developed by VSS
Commodore 64 Version Developed by Boone
Programmed by Rebecca Heineman
VIC-20 Version Developed by Boone
Programmed by Rebecca Heineman
  • Ghost Manor
2600 Version Developed by Beck-Tech
Commodore 64 Version Developed by Human Engineered Software
Programmed by Jonathan Creighton
VIC-20 Version Developed by ?
  • Ice Palace
ColecoVision Version (Unreleased) Developed by ?
Programmed by Anthony R. Henderson
Commodore 64 Version Developed by Interplay for Product Guild
  • It's Only Rock 'n Roll
ColecoVision Version Developed by Emag
Commodore 64 Version Developed by ?
Programmed by Kevin Smith?
ZX Spectrum Version Developed by ?
Programmed by Kevin Smith?
  • Motocross Racer
2600 Version Developed by Product Guild
Programmed by Anthony R. Henderson
ColecoVision Version Developed by VSS
Programmed by Robert Weatherby
Commodore 64 Version Developed by ?
VIC-20 Version Developed by ?
  • Red Razzberry's Spelling Bee (C64)
Developed by Soft Magic?
  • Robin Hood
2600 Version Developed by Computer Magic
ColecoVision Version Developed by Computer Magic
Commodore 64 Version Developed by Computer Magic
VIC-20 Version Developed by Boone
Programmed by Rebecca Heineman
  • Sir Lancelot
2600 Version Developed by Product Guild
Programmed by Anthony R. Henderson
ColecoVision Version Developed by VSS
Programmed by Robert Weatherby
Commodore 64 Version Developed by Product Guild
VIC-20 Version Developed by ?
  • Slurpy
ColecoVision Version Developed by Emag?
Commodore 64 Version (Original?) Developed by Random Games/Easyware?
  • Spike's Peak
2600 Version Developed by Beck-Tech
Commodore 64 Version Developed by Human Engineered Software
Programmed by Lawrence Holland
VIC-20 Version Developed by ?
  • Tomarc the Barbarian
2600 Version Developed by Product Guild
Programmed by Anthony R. Henderson
ColecoVision Version Developed by ?
Commodore 64 Version Developed by ?
VIC-20 Version Developed by ?
  • Word Feud
ColecoVision Version Developed by Emag
Commodore 64 Version (Original) Programmed by Michael Crick