Deactivators is an arcade puzzle video game. It was designed by David Bishop and Chris Palmer, developed by Tigress Marketing, and published by Ariolasoft's label, Reaktor. It was released for the Amstrad CPC 464, Commodore 64, and ZX Spectrum in October 1986. The player controls bomb disposal robots known as Deactivators and must use them to deactivate bombs in five research complexes planted by terrorists.
Deactivators received positive reviews from video game critics, with some reviewers speaking positive of the gameplay and sound design the gameplay while graphics were mixed based on platform. It was later ranked as one of the best games for the ZX Spectrum by Your Sinclair. Despite the positive reception, the game was not commercially successful and Tigress Marketing closed shortly after its release.