RDF 1985

aka: R.D.F. 1985
Moby ID: 13270
Apple II Specs


RDF 1985 is the sequel to Germany 1985 and is the second game in the When Superpowers Collide series.

The game is a strategic simulation of a conflict between the forces of the United States and the Soviet Union. While the battle rages in Germany, Soviet paratroopers land in the Middle East to capture strategic oil fields. The United States responds by sending in the Rapid Deployment Force (RDF) to recapture the oil fields. There is only one scenario. Victory conditions are simple: the player controlling the greatest number of towns and oil fields after a certain number of game turns is the winner.

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Credits (Apple II version)

14 People (8 developers, 6 thanks)

Thanks to
Game Design
Customized Disk Operating System
  • Keating Computer Services P/L
Rulebook Revision
Art & Graphic Design
  • Abra Type




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Contributors to this Entry

Game added by ClarkBHM.

Commodore 64 added by Kabushi.

Additional contributors: formercontrib.

Game added May 17, 2004. Last modified September 20, 2023.