Loriciel was a french company created by Marc Bayle and Laurent Weill in 1983. The first name of the society (Loriciels with -s-) was taken from the Oric computer. The company began to publish Atari ST games developed by various editors in 1987. Later they also made of their own plenty of hits such as Tennis Cup, Panza Kick Boxing or Jim Power. The society was in brankput in 1992 and renamed to Virtua Studio. It finally died a few months later. Non official website was www.loriciel.org. The site seems to be down now.
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When you look at the resumé of Alain Fernandes, you can only be impressed. He was there from the very early days and is still making games to this day. But most important for us Atari ST fans, Alain was an employee of Titus Software from 1986 till 1991. He converted the classic Crazy Cars and completely coded Fire & Forget. Intrigued? Read on ...
June 30, 2022 by ST GraveyardRead interview of Alain Fernandes
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