Time Bandit (1983)
Time Bandit is an action/adventure video game that was written originally for the TRS-80 Model I and soon ported to the TRS-80 Color Computer and Dragon 32, but enjoyed its greatest popularity with the 1985 version for the Atari ST and Amiga. The game was written by Bill Dunlevy and Harry Lafnear, who also created Cashman,and published by MichTron. Later versions were created for various other platforms, including the pseudo-PC-compatible Sanyo MBC-55x with its unique 8-color display. The Amiga and MS-DOS versions were ported by Timothy Purves.