At the beginning of the home computer revolution, the humble compact cassette was far and away the most popular choice for microcomputer data storage, especially on the European continent. As a volunteer at the Museum of Computing, [Keith] was instrumental in recovering and archiving the early works of Roger Dymond, a pioneering developer of early computer software in the United Kingdom… More here.
There are some titles I would love to play again. Jumpy on the Psion and Badlands on the Atari STE spring to mind.
As I was searching for an image of Jumpy I found an interview I did with the developer 11 years ago. You can read it here.