Chris Clarke and Ian Stamp created Crystal Computing, later renamed Design Design, in 1982 as university students. As the company grew, Graham Stafford, Neil Mottershead, Simon Brattel, and Martin Horsley joined. Crystal's debut software release was a Sinclair ZX81 games compilation, but the ZX Spectrum was its biggest hit. A partnership with Sinclair to distribute Crystal's Zeus Assembler gave the business the money to promote Halls of the Things, their most successful game.
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