Top Banana was a zany platform computer game with strange parallax scrolling (which was important because without it, the foreground would not have stood out from the background) The heroine, KT, made her way through psychedelic platforms, throwing hearts to disable enemies (which included men in suits and animated chainsaws). It was produced by Hex/Psycore for the Acorn Archimedes in 1991, ported to the Amiga in 1992. The chief artist and coder was Miles Visman, with supporting graphics and sound by Karel Dander, and supporting graphics by Sophie Smith. In November 1992 the game was included in Hex's release "Global Chaos CDTV" on the (then new) CD-ROM medium. Combining rave visuals, techno and ambient music with vocals by Biz Markie and the game all on one CD, it broke new ground amongst multimedia products.