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- 디거 (MS-DOS, 1983)
- Magic Meanies (ZX 스펙트럼, 1983)
- 헨리 (Henri, 아타리 8비트 컴퓨터, 1984)
- Fruity Frank (암스트래드 CPC 및 MSX, 1984)
- Mr. Dig (아타리 8비트 컴퓨터, 코모도어 64, Tandy CoCo, 1984)
- Mr. Ee (BBC 마이크로, 1984)
- Mr. Wiz (아콘 일렉트론/BBC 마이크로, 1984)
- Farmer Jack in Harvest Havoc (ZX 스펙트럼, 2006)
- Steve L. Kent (2001), 《The ultimate history of video games: from Pong to Pokemon and beyond : the story behind the craze that touched our lives and changed the world》, Prima, 352쪽, ISBN 0-7615-3643-4,
In 1982, Universal Sales made arcade history with a game called Mr Do! Instead of selling dedicated Mr Do! machines, Universal sold the game as a kit. The kit came with a customized control panel, a computer board with Mr Do! read-only memory (ROM) chips, stickers that could be placed on the side of stand-up arcade machines for art, and a plastic marquee. It was the first game ever sold as a conversion only. According to former Universal Sales western regional sales manager Joe Morici, the company sold approximately 30000 copies of the game in the United States alone.
- Hague, James (1997). “Adam Billyard interview”. 《Halcyon Days: Interviews with Classic Computer and Video Game Programmers》.
- “Mr. Dig”. 《Atari Mania》.
- “Mr. Dig”. 《MobyGames》.
- “Downloads”. 《bobs-stuff.co.uk》. 2016년 6월 15일에 확인함.