Guy Wilhelmy and Nigel Stevens, former co-owners of Cascade, both sent me some clippings, adverts and articles that didn't make it in the feature, so here's the first lot...
|One of Cascade's mailshots, sent to anyone who had bought a game from Cascade via mail order (such as Cassette 50)|
|Top Right: Guy Wilhelmy's first business card, with the flashier later ones below. Not sure what the other items are!|
|The inlay for Cassette 4, Cascade's ill-judged follow up to Cassette 50|
|Guy Wilhelmy's first company upon leaving University was the somewhat dry-sounding Databank Software Services. Some of those game names will seem familiar to anyone who bought Cassette 50...|
|Here's an interesting one. Guy wrote a program-writing package called Flexidata. Unfortunately it was released at the same time as its well-publicised rival, The Last One, and flopped.|
|A cutting from the York Evening Press where Nigel Stevens shows off his new invention that pointed the way to a rather popular recent games console...|
|Cascade dabbled in hardware and peripherals, as shown by this press release for a joystick interface|