Company name Description Games

Rainbow Arts Software GmbH

Rainbow Arts was a game publisher and developer founded in 1984 in G├╝tersloh, Germany. Early in the 80's they gathered many people from all over Germany, like Armin Gessert (founder of the company Spellbound), Thomas Hertzler (of Blue Byte), Chris Huelsbeck, Manfred Trenz, and others. All their games from that time were mainly made for the C64 and the Amiga and only very few were converted to the IBM-PC later on.
Mad TV, Log!cal

Rainmaker Software, Inc.

Rainmaker Software was created by Bruce J. Mack and some friends. Their first game Isle of the Dead was marginally successful when it was released about the same time as Id's game Spear of Destiny. Their second game Nerves of Steel was overshadowed by Id's release of DOOM.
Isle of the dead

Raven Software Corporation

Raven Software is a computer game developer based in Madison, Wisconsin. The company was founded in 1990 by brothers Brian and Steve Raffel, and initially had a staff of five people.

RAW Entertainment, Inc.

Bravo Romeo Delta

RazorSoft, Inc.


Realism Entertainment

Kingdoms of Germany

Reality Technologies

Business Simulator

Realms of Fantasy

Premier Manager 3, Premier Manager 2

Realtime Games Software Ltd.

Realtime Games Software Ltd. consisted of Andrew Onions and Ian Oliver. They were still studying in Leeds (UK) when they presented their first game 3D Tank Duel in 1984.
Carrier Command, Elite Plus, Battle Command

Red Rat Software Ltd

One Step Beyond, Lombard RAC Rally

reLINE Software

Oil Imperium

Revolution Software Ltd.

Revolution Software is a UK game development studio established in 1990 by Charles Cecil, Tony Warriner, David Sykes and Noirin Carmody. The company focuses on adventure titles and its first release was Lure of the Temptress in 1992. The early titles were all developed using their proprietary Virtual Theatre engine, which was used for the last time in the second Broken Sword game Broken Sword: The Smoking Mirror (1997).
Lure of the Temptress

Richard A. Olsen


Rick Lawsha


Riedel Software Productions, Inc.

Bugs Bunny - Hare Brained Adventure

Robert B. Easter


Rockland Software Productions


Rockstar North Ltd.

Rockstar North, formerly known as DMA Design, was founded in 1988 by David Jones, Russell Kay, and Mike Dailly in Dundee, Scotland. The name DMA was taken from the Amiga programming manuals, where it stood for "Direct Memory Access". DMA Design was most known for developing Lemmings and early Grand Theft Auto games.
Lemmings 2, Lemmings 3, Lemmings Holiday, GTA, Lemmings Chronicles, Lemmings

Rockstar Vienna

Rockstar Vienna was founded as neo Software Produktions GmbH on January 4, 1993, in Hirtenberg, Austria, by Niki Laber, Hannes Seifert, and Peter Baust├Ądter. They developed games in various genres for different computer platforms, among those the Whale's Voyage series, as well as related products as for example computer animated advertisements and TV spots.
Clue The

Rogue Entertainment

All of their titles used id Software game engines and they also created two expansions for games in the Quake series. They developed Strife and American McGee's Alice. Eventually was disbanded, with most employees working at Nerve Software.