Mazogs is a maze action adventure game designed and programmed by Don Priestley and published by Bug-Byte for the 16K ZX81 in 1982. It is the predecessor to the classic ZX Spectrum game, Maziacs.
Rapscallion is a bizarre and humorous action adventure written by Albert Ball and published by Bug-Byte for the ZX Spectrum in 1984.
You play an un-named king who has had his crown and castle seized by his arch enemy, Rapscallion the Rogue. Rapscallion has thrown you into the dungeon to rot, but you are saved by your friend, The Fairy Princess, who transforms you into a bird and grants you six lives. This allows you to begin your quest for revenge…
The Birds and the Bees is a simple, side-scrolling collect ’em up, with you playing a bee, out collecting pollen from nearby flowers. It was released by Bug-Byte Software on the ZX Spectrum in 1983.
All 20 screens of Matthew Smith‘s ground-breaking 1983 ZX Spectrum platform game, Manic Miner!
Bug Byte’s 1984 release Turmoil is fun platform game where you play a mechanic (called Mick The Mechanic), who is frantically trying to put oil into cars, to be able to drive them to the next level, all the while being chased by sword-wielding Arabian Guards.