Winter Olympiad 88 for the ZX Spectrum was programmed by Derek Brewster, with graphics by Philip Scott. It is a multi-event winter sports game, no doubt created to cash in on the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Canada.
A budget motorbike racing game, created by Derek Brewster in 1987 for Mastertronic.
Speed King 2 is the sequel to… well, nothing, because there’s isn’t a Speed King 1, as far as I can tell. Was there a prequel to this? If there was, I can’t find it…
Codemasters released this Derek Brewster game in 1987 under the title of Mission Jupiter (also known as Jupiter Mission in some territories).
It’s a simple side-scrolling shooter with a guy wearing a jet pack.
An early attempt at a vertical shoot ’em up by Derek Brewster, Starclash was published by Micromega for the ZX Spectrum in 1983.
Con-Quest is a 1986 ZX Spectrum release from Mastertronic, created by the inimitable Derek Brewster.
In it you play a character called Oscar who has just inherited a large castle. The castle isn’t vacant though – it’s full of the evil minions of the demon Grell, who you must evict.
The Curse of Sherwood is a 1987 action/adventure game from the prolific programmer/designer Derek Brewster.
Star Trek, released by Mikro-Gen in 1983, is designer and programmer Derek Brewster‘s first commercial game.
Kentilla is a text adventure – with graphics – released on the ZX Spectrum by Micromega in 1984. It was written by the prolific (back then) Derek Brewster.
Codename MAT II is the sequel to Derek Bewster‘s acclaimed space combat game. It was published by Domark in the UK in 1985.