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 Michael Schwartz, Sound by David Thiel
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