Game design by Colin Boswell. Coding by Colin Carter and Colin Boswell. Graphics by Tony West, Saurev Sarkar and Mike Adams; opening title animation by Jo Myers; in-game animation by Tony West, Indra Goonewardene Jackson and Saurev Sarkar; character lip-synching by Tony West; creation/animation of "Russell" (game MC) by Jaid Mindang; creation/animation of category characters by Ian Millett. Music by Andrew Taylor; music recording & research by Jason Orbaum and Evolution Studios; voice & script of "Russell" by Chris Langham; voices of the male category question masters by Patrick Mower; voice of Mae West by Kate Robbins; recording/sampling engineering by André Jacquemin Studios; sampling of the questions by Steve Collett. Multimedia materials supplied by Picturepoint (colour pictures), Hulton Picture Library (B&W + colour pictures) and BBC Enterprises Ltd. (sound segments of famous voices + sound FX).
 According to the front CD inlay, the game is A570 compatible (i.e. it also supports CD-equipped A500 machines).
Last known release: V1.0A E02PAL (05-May-92)
TRIVIA: The CD32/CDTV releases of TRIVIAL PURSUIT feature a number of well-known voice-over artists including:
- Chris Langham (scriptwriter, actor and comedian perhaps best-known for being the sole British writer for "The Muppet Show", as well as roles in TV series such as "Not the Nine O'Clock News") scripted and supplied the voice to the game's comical bird-brain Master of Ceremonies, Russell.
- Kate Robbins (British comedienne/impersonator, actress and singer perhaps best-known for supplying the voice of Fergie on satirical show "Spitting Image") does a fairly mean and spirited impression of Mae West in the game.
- Patrick Mower (British actor perhaps best-known for his roles in the late "Carry On" films and the TV soap opera "Emmerdale") supplied the voices of Adonis and other male characters in the game.