Rowan Software was a British software company focused on the development of computer games. The company was founded by Rod Hyde in 1987 and based in Runcorn, Cheshire. Rowan was best known as a publisher of flight simulators for the PC.
The company was involved with a number of publishers including Mirrorsoft, Mindscape, Spectrum Holobyte, Virgin, and Empire Interactive. Rowan's involvement with Mirrorsoft included development of the strategy/role-playing title Duster which collapsed when Mirrorsoft was declared bankrupt.
- Air Power
- Dawn Patrol
- Flight of the Intruder
- Flying Corps
- MiG Alley
- Rowan's Battle of Britain
- Strike Force Harrier
- Reach for the Skies
-  IGN. Empire Interactive Acquires Rowan
- Profile on Moby Games
- rowansoftware.com Official webpages (archived 2000)
- Empire Interactive Homepage
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