|Other Names||Horror Soft|
Adventure Soft is an English development studio founded by Mike Woodroffe. As the name suggests, they mostly developed point-and-click adventure titles. They are probably best known for developing Simon the Sorcerer.
When the company was developing horror-themed adventure games, they used the moniker Horror Soft. These were most notably the Elvira trilogy; Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, Elvira II: The Jaws of Cerberus, and WaxWorks. They also made a lesser-known title named Personal Nightmare.
Dave Hasler (Elvira) wrote MOD files in NoiseTracker.
Philip Nixon used a program that converted his MOD files to the Atari ST's PSG. It is unknown how Dave Hastler proceeded.
- Adam Gilmore - Composer for Simon the Sorcerer (DOS).
- Dave Hasler - Composer (Amiga/Atari ST)
- David Punshon - Composer for Simon the Sorcerer II: The Lion, the Wizard and the Wardrobe (DOS).
- Jezz Woodroffe - Composer (DOS)
- John Canfield - Sound effect designer for WaxWorks.
- Mark McLeod - Composer for Simon the Sorcerer (DOS).
- Philip Nixon - Composer (Amiga/Atari ST)