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Rebel Planet
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ZX Spectrum 48k Screenshot
Outline
Developer Adventuresoft (UK) Ltd
Publisher(s) U.S. Gold Ltd
Designer Stefan Ufnowski
Platform(s) ZX Spectrum 48k; Commodore 64; Amstrad CPC; BBC Micro/Acorn Electron
Release Date 1986
Genre Adventure game
Media Tape (Compact audio cassette)
Floppy Disk
Book based on Rebel Planet


For other uses of Rebel Planet, see Rebel Planet

Rebel Planet was the fifth Fighting Fantasy computer game to be published and was the first to be advertised as being developed by AdventureSoft and distributed by U.S. Gold.

ReleaseEdit

The game was released in 1986. AdventureSoft had bought the licence to develop the game in 1985 and had originally intended to release it in February 1987 under the brand "Fighting Fantasy Software", to be distributed by the name they were using under licence, "Adventure International (UK)". It was also going to follow the release of Temple of Terror.[1]. However, after the bankruptcy of the American firm Adventure International, AdventureSoft began to use their own name more explicitly. They broke away from the "Fighting Fantasy Software" brand, engaged U.S. Gold as distributors, and placed their name on the products for the first time. At some point during 1986, they opted to release Rebel Planet first and they also opted to drop the development of Appointment with F.E.A.R. and Demons of the Deep, in favour of Sword of the Samurai[2] Pushing Rebel Planet forward to 1986 pushed Temple of Terror back into 1987.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. Warlock Issue 7 - ???
  2. This is following an interpretation of a later advert placed in the December 1986 issue of Computer and Video Games (Issue 62, page 60) and the January 1987 issue of Sinclair User (Issue 58, page 90).

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