Links


Originally Superior Software (which still exists and is run by Steve Hanson, and still sells the original software), this is home to Repton and Bono. Superior Interactive hold the Intellectual Property rights to Repton and Bonecruncher. Still run by Richard Hanson.
"All the free levels ever created by users for Repton". Free downloads of user submitted Repton 3 and Repton Infinty screens for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron.
Another site dedicated to Repton.
Although the Stairway To Hell site is no longer maintained, it is still an excellent repository for downloading almost all games available for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron. The Stairway To Hell also features helps for other games, including Repton and Bonecruncher.
Tim Tyler, the original designer and author of Repton, has his own site and has even developed a Repton style game which runs in Java, called ROCKZ.
Darren is the author of Desktop Repton 1, 2 and 3 (published by Alligata Software). Desktop Repton has been tested, and runs successfully, on RISC OS 3.11 through to RISC OS 5.23. However, it will not currently run on RISC OS 5 on a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3.
KRepton is an implementation of the classic Repton 3 game, which was originally produced for the BBC Micro and was the third successful Repton game for Superior Software. KRepton brings the original game to the KDE desktop, and can be used on any of its supported platforms.
You want to play Repton, Repton 3, Galaforce, Chuckie Egg or Hopper but can not be asked with the rigmarole of downloading an emulator and finding the software? How about playing them in a Flash player?
So you saw the reference on the Passwords and Walkthrough page, and now you want to have a play? Well, here it is. Runs quite nicely in Windows 7.
Another repository for downloading BBC games. This one also features a Javascript emulator so you can actually play them online without finding, and installing, an emulator.
Site dedicated to the Acorn Electron. Features scans of many magazines, and has many articles and interviews. You cannot download any games here, but for a small price you can purchase a DVD with them all on. Other purchases available are for scans of complete collections of Electron magazines.
The BBC and Master Computer Public Domain Library from Chris Richardson

Repton Resource Page © 2009-2020 and written by Gerald Holdsworth with help and advice from Richard Hanson.
This is not an official Superior Interactive or Superior Software web page.