I loved Elite, there was so much packed into the game that you could easily spend hours and not get bored. Docking took a little bit of practice but once you mastered the skill then it really was quite easy and you could dock quite quickly, [and if I remember correctly there may have been an upgrade for auto-docking that you purchased during your intergalactic trading].
Anyway that was the thing, you...
Just checked over on Wikipedia and this one is the last before the takeover by Codemasters. I have the next in the series which is Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust  and it's Codemasters. Boy there's just so many names you wouldn't know for sure what's what
I could be wrong, but I think Sierra is the producer; I know they have published loads of games, but I think this came out after the takeover. Disc says published by Vivendi.
Nod to original vhs1977, larger images found online
Shouldn't the publisher for this game be Sierra. That's the company who first released the Leisure Suit Larry franchise and their name is still prominent on the disc itself. I just added Leisure Suit Larry: Love For Sail which was number 7 in the series and it's Sierra
For those that don't know, this was the prototype for Leisure Suit Larry.
Castle Of Sand
Nod to Folker, I added Inner Right Box Flap + Program Cassette out of the case
Added more case, insert and disc scans.
Soundtrack CD posted here https://www.45worlds.com/cdalbum/cd/nc479225eu
Added more scans.