They developed several Spectrum games and utilities during the mid-to-late 1980s. When the SAM Coupé was released, and seduced by its faster CPU and 16-colour bitmap, Digital Reality began to turn their efforts into producing titles for this machine.
Published titles known are:
- Astroball and Dyzonium - both programmed by Balor Knight.
- Pro-DOS and Defender - both programmed by Chris Pile.
It is thought other titles were in development. These were either never finished, never released or, simply, never existed. No evidence of any unfinished titles seems to exist.
It looks like Digital Reality have been dormant since 1998. Possibly extinct?