Rainbow Warrior (Commodore 64)

Rainbow Warrior Commodore 64 Title screen


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Named after the Greenpeace ship that was sunk in the 1980's, this was an environmentally themed game. There were seven different campaigns, with each one featuring a different style of game inspired by actual Greenpeace actions. These included blocking pipes to stop the release of nuclear waste (while avoiding mutated wildlife), stopping waste from being dumped at sea, saving a whale and stopping acid rain. While the games were rather simplistic, it was interesting to see it at the time, released on the Microstyle label (set up by Microprose as "games for adults", aiming at a mature audience, after the acquisition of Telecomsoft).


Rainbow Warrior Commodore 64 Cleaning the ocean - catch the fish but not the bottles
Rainbow Warrior Commodore 64 They've sunk me
Rainbow Warrior Commodore 64 Saving the ozone layer by firing at the canisters
Rainbow Warrior Commodore 64 Acid rain further up

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Alternate Titles

  • "Rainbow Warriors" -- Amiga/Atari ST in-game title
  • "Greenpeace: Rainbow Warrior" -- In-game C64 title

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64'er Dec, 1989 8 out of 10 80
Power Play Aug, 1989 43 out of 100 43


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The Swedish branch of Greenpeace stopped the game from being published in Sweden, since they believed the game to be "too one-sided and action-oriented".
Andrew Fisher (208) added Rainbow Warrior (Commodore 64) on Mar 17, 2007
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