Game concept by Bob Jacob; CDTV game design & direction by Dave Riordan; original Amiga game design by Kellyn Beeck. CDTV conversion by Amir Zbeda; original Amiga coding by Kellyn Beeck; computography and Mical Game System by Robert J. Mical. Graphics & special FX by Jim Sachs; additional gfx by Steve Quinn, Richard La Barre, Sol Masid, John Cutter, Rob Landeros, Doug Smith and Bob Swiger. Original music composition by Jim Cuomo and orchestration by Bill Williams. Online manual written by Mark Davidson.
 DEFENDER OF THE CROWN CDTV features minor graphical improvements and major sound enhancements (incl. two CDDA soundtracks) over the 1986 Cinemaware disk release.
 Unlike the disk release, the CDTV version contains an abridged on-line manual. The full printed CDTV manual, however, is available HERE.
 The Mical Game System used in the development of DOTC was written by Commodore Amiga software engineer and hardware designer Robert J. Mical.
 DEFENDER OF THE CROWN CDTV is CD32-compatible.
TRIVIA: According to the catalogue advert and on-line manual, DEFENDER OF THE CROWN CDTV is a tribute to classic Hollywood adventure movies, most notably The Adventures of Robin Hood and Ivanhoe, which brought to life tales of dashing heroes, damsels in distress and royal kingdoms (see HERE).