Rabbit Software

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Rabbit Software was an English company which produced home computer games for machines such as the Commodore VIC-20, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, and Commodore 64 in the early to mid-1980s. Rabbit's later software packaging was slightly different from that of the other software houses of the time, as the cassettes were encased within an outer red box which made them more distinctive on the shop shelves.

Rabbit went into liquidation around the same time Imagine had problems. Eventually, Rabbit was acquired by Virgin Interactive.[1]

Games[edit]

Commodore 64[edit]

  • Annihilator
  • Centropods
  • Cyclons
  • Death Star
  • Escape-MCP
  • Galleons
  • Graphics Editor
  • Lancer Lords
  • Monopole
  • Murder
  • Navarone
  • Pakacuda
  • Paratroopers
  • Potty Painter in the Jungle
  • Protector
  • Skramble
  • Stalag 1
  • Supercuda
  • The Colonel's House
  • Trooper Truck

VIC-20[edit]

  • Alien Soccer
  • Annihilator
  • Anti-Matter Splatter
  • Carrier Attack
  • The Catch
  • Centropods
  • The Colonel's House
  • Cosmic Battle
  • Critters
  • Cyclons
  • Dam Busta
  • Dune Buggy
  • English Invaders
  • Escape MCP
  • Frogger
  • Galactic Crossfire
  • Grave robbers'
  • Hopper
  • Jungle
  • Krell
  • Lunar Rescue
  • Myriad
  • Night Crawler
  • Night-Flight
  • Orbis
  • Pakakuda
  • Paratroopers
  • Quackers
  • Rabbit Chase
  • Rabbit Writer
  • Race Fun
  • Ski-Run
  • Skramble
  • Space Phreeks
  • Space Storm
  • Superworm
  • Tank-War

ZX Spectrum[edit]

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