Topo Soft was a company that came around during the times of 8-bit gaming. They did very well and between 1987 and 1992 they developed a large number best selling games for companies like Spextrum, Amstrad CPC computers, and MSX. Their most successful game was Mad Mix . A Pac-Man style game that was used by Pepsi in a Japanese competition.
Topo Soft developed a game titled Desperado in 1987 which was essentially Capcom's Gun.Smoke from the US. Due to licensing agreements, Topo Soft couldn't release the game in Spain with the famous television show's title, but was still able to develop and publish the game under the new title.
In 1990, Topo Soft became the first Spanish developer to secure the rights to develop a video game based on a major Hollywood movie. They developed Gremlins 2: The New Batch for the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, MSX, and ZX Spectrum. The title was published by Erbe Software in Spain whereas Elite Systems picked up distribution rights for various other markets.
As with most Spanish companies, Topo Soft was unable to compete in the 16-bit generation. They tried to make games for the Atari, Amiga and PC but in the end the company was forced to close its doors.