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This game is unplayable. While game features will be described on this page, actual gameplay assistance will not be supplied. This game is covered here for historical reference.

Peter Rabbit and Father Willow
Publisher(s)C.P.S. Games
Year released1982
System(s)Atari 8-bit, Sinclair ZX Spectrum
SeriesPeter Rabbit
Genre(s)Text adventure
ModesSingle player
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Peter Rabbit and Father Willow is a text adventure game for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum and Atari 8-bit family that was published by C.P.S. Games in 1982. This game has been lost, and so information regarding the game is not documented on the internet.

The game requires 16K of memory, which means it would run on any Atari 8-bit system and any Sinclair ZX Spectrum (both system families had a minimum of 16K memory).


"Father Willow has been damaged by vandals, and is now in a bit of a state. Peter Rabbit goes in pursuit of the vandals. They know and try not only to escape but to stop Peter Rabbit from following them. Luckily the latter gets help from the other trees, who heard about the story. But will he find the vandals and have them locked up?"