Terry Pratchett's Discworld [Model SCES-00012]

The PlayStation Game by Psygnosis, Ltd.


Not emulated in MAME [Console] PlayStation Game

Terry Pratchett's Discworld © 1995 Psygnosis, Ltd.

Clearly, Discworld on PlayStation is a must-have title for Terry Pratchett fans, but the humour and sheer visual and aural panache with which the gameplay is delivered means that it will appeal to any fan of graphical adventures.

All the usual fantasy gaming cliches turned upside down in a melee of cartoon chaos, and crazy puzzles. The huge playing environment encompasses 4 epic quests which will take at least 100 hours to complete. Incredible cinematic effects - including fades, pans and close-ups - enhance the cartoony graphics. On the sound front voices are provided by the late Jon Pertwee, Eric Idle and Tony Robinson.


Game ID: SCES-00012


Released in October 1995 in Europe.

Export releases:
usa "Terry Pratchett's Discworld [Model SCUS-94600]"
japan "Discworld [Model SLPS-00251]"


Written and Directed by: Gregg Barnett
Produced by: Angela Sutherland
Featuring the voices of: Eric Idle, Tony Robinson, Jon Pertwee, Kate Robbins, Rob Brydon
Tinsel Game System Programmed by: Mark Roll, John Young
Conversion Programmer: Paul Carpenter
Game Creation: Gregg Barnett, David Johnston
Dialogue: Paul Kidd
Art Co-ordinator: Paul Mitchell
Background Artist: Nick Pratt
Character Design: John Millington, Simon Turner
Lead Animator: Simon Turner
Music: Rob Lord
Sound Effects: Rob Lord, Mark Bandola
Additional Animation: Paul Mitchell, David Swan, Warren Hawkes, Ben Willsher, Karl D'Costa
Conversion Management: Colin Fuidge
Sound Sampling: Mark Bandola, Mark Judge, Jon Forshaw
Talent Casting: Angela Sutherland
Agent for Terry Pratchett: Colin Smythe
Shouting at People: Terry Pratchett
Producer for Psygnosis: Mark Cochrane
Product Manager for Psygnosis: Nadia Lawlor
Technical Assistance: Paul Evason
Play Testers: Jenny Newby, Lee O'Connor, Mark Inman, Stuart Allen
Box Art: Josh Kirby
Packaging Design: Richard Turner, Keith Hopwood
PR Manager: Mark Blewitt

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