OverviewRainbird Software was, like its counterpart Firebird Software, a label of Telecomsoft (owned by British Telecom). It was established in 1986 for publishing sophisticated software, primarily developed for the then-new 16-bit machines Amiga and Atari ST: adventures, simulations and strategy games.
Telecomsoft and its labels were sold to MicroProse UK in 1989, which discontinued the labels soon after.
|UMS II: Nations at War||(1990)|
|Tower of Babel||(1989)|
|Universal Military Simulator: Vietnam - Scenario Disk Two, The||(1988)|
|Universal Military Simulator: The American Civil War - Scenario Disk One, The||(1988)|
|Legend of the Sword||(1987)|
|Guild of Thieves, The||(1987)|
|UMS: The Universal Military Simulator||(1987)|
|Jewels of Darkness||(1986)|
TriviaAddress in 1986:
Upper St. Martin's Lane
Related Web Sites
- The Bird Sanctuary: Memories of Telecomsoft (History and Info on the Firebird/Rainbird/Silverbird labels, includes links and downloads, site by Richard Hewison)
Logo from 1986 to 1991