Game design by John M. Phillips. Amiga conversion by Christian Haller and Christian Weber. Main graphics by Pete Lyon; titlescreen by Michael Tschögl. Music by John M. Phillips (titlescreen, in-game) and Roman Werner (intro sequence); sound FX by John M. Phillips.
 Distributed by Société Française de Micro Informatique (SFMI) in France and by Leader in Italy.
TRIVIA: Representing Hewson's first original 16-bit game, ELIMINATOR started out life on the Atari ST as a motorbike racing game featuring tunnels that the motorbike could ride up and down. However, the idea was discarded due to the Atari ST's technical limitations and the game morphed into an action shoot ‘em-up set on a patchwork-quilt coloured road, where the player controls a weaponised spacecraft battling wave after wave of aliens.
[Source: The One (Atari ST review), Issue 1 (Oct 88), pp86-88; courtesy of the Amiga Magazine Rack (AMR)]