Rendezvous with Rama (video game)

Rendezvous with Rama is an interactive fiction[1] computer game with graphics published by Telarium (formerly known as Trillium), a subsidiary of Spinnaker Software, in the year 1984. It was developed in cooperation with Arthur C. Clarke and based upon his science fiction novel Rendezvous with Rama.

Rendezvous with Rama
Designer(s)Ron Martinez
Platform(s)Apple II, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, MSX
Genre(s)Interactive fiction
Mode(s)Single player


German reviewers recognized the complexity of the storyline and the various possibilities of interaction with non-player characters.[2]

See also


  1. Murphy, Jamie (May 13, 2013). Reported by Cristina Garcia. "Stepping into the Story: Players participate in 'interactive fiction'". Time. 125 (19): 64. A version of Rendezvous with Rama is available in interactive form on a floppy disk (Telarium $39.95).
  2. Boris Schneider-Johne, Heinrich Lenhardt: Science Fiction-Adventures, Happy Computer 5/1985, p.145ff.

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