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Apple Panic
Box artwork for Apple Panic.
Developer(s) Brøderbund
Publisher(s) Brøderbund
Commodore VIC-20
Creative Software
Designer(s) Ben Serki
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Apple II
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Atari 8-bit, Commodore VIC-20
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Genre(s) Platform, Puzzle
System(s) Apple II, Atari 8-bit, IBM PC DOS, MS-DOS, TRS-80, VIC-20
Mode(s) Single player
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Apple Panic is a 1981 platform game originally for the Apple II; programmed by Ben Serki of Brøderbund Software. The game was inspired by Universal's Space Panic.

Apple Panic was later ported to the Atari 8-bit family, Commodore VIC-20, TRS-80, and various PC Booter systems such as IBM PC DOS and MS-DOS. The Atari and IBM PC DOS versions were programmed by Olaf Lubeck. The Commodore VIC-20 port was developed and published by Creative Software. The TRS-80 version was written by Yves Lempereur in 1982 and published by Funsoft in the U.S. and by Micro2000 in Europe.

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