Spot: The Video Game
Spot the video game
Developer(s): Virgin Mastertronic
Publisher(s): Virgin Mastertronic
Designer(s): Graeme Devine
Artist(s): Robert Stein III
Composer(s): Ken Hedgecock
Platform(s): Amiga, Atari ST, DOS, Game Boy, NES
Release Date(s): July 10, 1990
Genre(s): Abstract strategy game
Mode(s): Single-player
Media/distribution: Cartridge

Spot: The Video Game is a video game developed and produced by Virgin Mastertronic in 1990/1991 for the Amiga, Atari ST, DOS computers, Game Boy and NES. It is the first video game to feature the then current 7up mascot "Spot", and was later followed up by platformers Cool Spot and Spot goes to Hollywood. Gameplay is similar to the board game "Reversi" and the videogame "Ataxx".

Initially the Amiga and Atari ST versions of the game were known as Infection, and were due to be released as budget titles. When the license was added the price increased, however the non-branded Infection version of the game was released by developer Gary Dunne as freeware in 1994.