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Computing Games published by Reaktor

The following is a list of Computing Games published by Reaktor in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other games may have been published. If you have any games or software that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 5 Computing Games published by Reaktor in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Deactivators Date: 1985 Deactivators

The mission is to guide bomb disposal droids around five buildings, starting at the bottom of each one, and seek out all the devices and make them safe, many traps and obstacles will stand in your way

Software House: Reaktor
Author: Tigress Marketing
Platform : ZX Spectrum

Out of this world Date: 1987 Out of this world

Software House: Reaktor
Author: Tony Cooper, Jas Brooke
Platform : ZX Spectrum

Out Of This World Date: 1987 Out Of This World

Software House: Reaktor
Author: Bettertech
Platform : Amstrad CPC464

Starfox Date: 1987 Starfox

  comprises of two cassette

Software House: Reaktor
Author: Christoph Schulte-Vennbur, Rob Jackson, Andrew Craigie
Platform : Commodore 64

Starfox Date: 1987 Starfox

Although by no means a huge hit or much remembered, this game should be more well known for one thing, it is the reason Nintendo could not call their 1993 game Starfox by that name, having to rename i ...

Software House: Reaktor
Author: Realtime Software
Platform : Amstrad CPC464

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