Radarsoft

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Radarsoft BV
Radarsoft logo
Founded 1984
Closed
Headquarters The Netherlands
Manager
Employees
Key People (choice) John Vanderaart, Cees Kramer, Edwin Neuteboom,
Leonardo Jacobs, Wijo Koek
Turnover
Sector
  • 1984 - 1987: Computer and video games
  • from 1987 on: Edutainment and multimedia software for schools
Website http://radarsoft.nl/
Information

The Dutch game developer and publisher Radarsoft, aka Radarsoft BV and RadarSoft resp., released home computer games for C64, Amiga, Atari, ZX Spectrum, MSX and PC-DOS. The postal address was Raadhuisstraat 98, 2406 AH Alphen aan den Rijn.

The company was founded in 1984 by programmers John Vanderaart, Cees Kramer, Edwin Neuteboom, and law student Leonardo Jacobs. Later on, Mr. Roosendaal and Wijo Koek also worked for the company.

Several games, adventures in particular, were also published in Dutch. A big success was a topography program for the Netherlands, which was later adapted for France, England, Germany, and later on Europe, the USA and the world. It was also used in a Dutch TV game show.

After Radarsoft tried to get a hold on the US market in 1986, which was, however, unsuccessful, they withdrew from the video games market in 1987.

Today, Radarsoft develops multimedia software for schools.


C64 games (Sample)[edit]

1984[edit]

Titel screen of "Snoopy" (1984).
A scene from "De Steen Der Wijzen" (1984).


1985[edit]

The introduction of the Dutch language adventure "Hollanditis" (1985).


1986[edit]

Title screen of the game "The Big Deal" (1986).


1987[edit]


Links[edit]

WP-W11.png Wikipedia: Radarsoft