MS-DOS

MS-DOS

MS-DOS, short for Microsoft Disk Operating System, was an operating system for x86-based personal computers mostly developed by Microsoft. It was the most commonly used member of the DOS family of operating systems, and was the main operating system...

$100,000 Pyramid

$100,000 Pyramid

MS-DOS - 1988

This is an early adaptation of the popular TV game show The $100,000 Pyramid. The objective is to reach the top of the pyramid by winning successive rounds. Each round consists of selecting a category from the pyramid. Each category consists of a list of words that share some common thread like "things that are red". One player then tries to give the other player clues to guess the word without saying the word itself. There is also a single player mode that does not resemble the show very much where you have to type in single word clues.

¿Quien es Cualo?

MS-DOS - 1994

++3Detris

MS-DOS - 1994

+K

MS-DOS - 1996

Spanish origin platformer advertising, designed to promote the brand among consumers gum Cheiw. + K - is the name of the protagonist, a teenager with no expression on his face disfigured by intellect and constantly chewing the cud most. His love for such a dubious product once in handy when the Earth invaded by aliens who have discovered the lethal intolerance to cud Cheiw. This + K has gained the ability to resist the alien aggressors, because for this he just need to inflate the bubble more.

1 Ton

MS-DOS - 1996

1 Ton is a freeware game where the player controls a weight of one ton. There are multiple people walking over the screen and the goal is simple: crushing as many of them as possible. This is accomplished by hitting the people with the ton.

1000 Miglia

1000 Miglia

MS-DOS - January 1, 1991

Drive the famous Mille Miglia rally in the golden age of automobiles. Players pilot a selection of automobiles in the inaugural 1927 rally. Players must manage pilot energy levels and car damage to complete the rally through the Italian countryside.

10Rogue

MS-DOS - 1984

An early variation of the classic Rogue game.

10th Frame

10th Frame

MS-DOS - February 1, 1987

The scorecard for the current player was displayed above the lane. The player could move left or right on the lane before starting the run-up by holding fire. A target cursor could also be moved, by pushing up and then moving it left or right (pressing down returned control to moving the onscreen player's position). Once the fire button was held, a power meter similar to Leaderboard's was employed. The speed of the shot was determined by how long the button was held down. A small zone at the top determined if the player made an error, exaggerating any spin. When the meter started to descend on...

The 11th Hour

The 11th Hour

MS-DOS - 1995

The 11th Hour is the sequel to the widely successful game, The 7th Guest. It utilizes a much improved video compression engine by Graeme Devine and is also the game which brought forth Trilobyte's eventual demise. This time you play the role of Carl Denning, boyfriend to the reporter Robin Morales. Robin has mysteriously vanished while trying to delve into the secrets of the rotting mansion of the once evil mastermind, Henry Stauf. The game features new puzzles, redone graphics and indeed an improved engine - much smoother, with 16 bit graphics and an entirely new soundtrack. The basic...

15 Move Hole Puzzle

MS-DOS - 1994

The game simulates the 15 Puzzle, a sliding puzzle that consists of numbered square tiles located on 4x4 board in random order with one tile missing. The object of the puzzle is to place the tiles in order by making sliding moves that use the empty space. This game includes the pictures of naked women (originally found in Playboy magazine) in background of the board. When tile is placed in order, it is converted in part of picture, but it still can be moved. There are 8 levels in the game, and certain tiles can't be moved on the board with level increase. The number...

15x15

MS-DOS - 1996

A collection of sliding picture puzzles. You can chose from 3x3 or 4x4 grid sizes and select from several pictures, you unlock more as you go. You are scored based on how many moves it takes to complete a puzzle starting with 999 for the 4x4 and 499 for the 3x3 puzzles and counting down.

16

MS-DOS - 1996

A sliding puzzle game similar to classic picture puzzle games however instead of completing an image you slide numbered blocks 1 through 16 into order. The game starts with the numbers in a scrambled order, just like in the picture puzzle. There is always one empty square into which you can slide one of the surrounding 4 blocks. The object of the game is to slide all the blocks back into their original numerical order. The problem is that since you have only one empty square to work with when arranging the blocks you inevitably place the puzzle further out of order in your attempts to solve...

1830: Railroads and Robber Barons

1830: Railroads and Robber Barons

MS-DOS - 1995

Based on Avalon Hill's board game of the same name, 1830 is a railroad empire building game that is along the same lines (although a different style of gameplay) as the much more famous Railroad Tycoon. Capturing the very look and feel of the board game, all the way to the hexagonal playing field and track tokens, 1830 is a turn based game that emphasizes the successful running of a company and manipulating the stock market rather than managing a railroad. Tracks can be laid, cities connected, trains purchased, and schedules set, but the ultimate goal in the end is making money,...

1869

1869

MS-DOS - 1992

Trade goods between ports all over the world in this economic simulation game. As a 19th century merchant newcomer, the player need to buy a ship, find a crew, load a few goods on the ship, and sail into the horizon, until the player reaches a port with a demand for said goods. Eventually will have the money to buy more ships, create regular trade routes, and become the head of a regular trading company. 1869 focuses on management and economy, rather than action. Actual sailing is done by plotting a route and then watching the days go by, interrupted only by the occasional random event....

1942: The Pacific Air War

1942: The Pacific Air War

MS-DOS - 1994

1942: The Pacific Air War is a flight simulation set in World War II, more specific the Pacific War between Japan and the United States. The focus is on the realistic simulation of the ten aircraft, this means for instance that there is no indicator for ammo. The game features several missions which can be either played independently from each other or in two campaigns for the United States or Japan. The goals are mostly to liberate an area, to defend an area or to destroy a specific target. The special feature of this game is that it also can be played as strategy...

1993

MS-DOS - 1993

1993 apparently created for New Year holidays, what the title says and surroundings. We are given 50 attempts, then we can run the key as many times as points scored, and so on, until all attempts are not using. And if the key is caught under an alien, that one point is given if the top - then two. The rate of movement increases with time, and the game becomes more complicated. At the end, we offer the results appear in the table of records.

1993tris

MS-DOS - 1993

1993tris is one of the more innovative Tetris-clones, similar to Columns. Your objective is to kill flies. Blocks consisting of four flies fall down the screen and by turning them you have to try to get three flies of the same colour in a row, a column or a diagonal to make them disappear. From time to time one of the many extra objects appear. For example there are bombs and guns that shoot particular flies or simply blow them up. The shareware version features the first two levels, three speed settings and a freeware program named Modplay in which you able to listen...

1994Pool+

MS-DOS

1994Pool+ is a billiard (cue sports) game. The game offers eighteen different selectable "weapons" via buttons across the top of the screen: eight different Side/English, Follow & Draw settings and one for the center of the cue ball and nine different vector/point selection type settings. There are also enemies which will destroy your cue ball if you allow it to come into contact with them. Enemies include a spinning fireball, a helicopter, a UFO, a bomb, a dragon and cheerleaders! The full/registered version of the game offers 5 differently shaped tables: a traditional...

1st Person Pinball

MS-DOS - 1989

Tynesoft were almost certainly the first people to try a first person pinball game with this ambitious program. Up to four players could join in, including 2 computer players to show you how it's done. The game can be played from a more traditional overhead-view mode, which makes it easier to tell where the bumpers are in relation to the flippers, and is recommended for learning the game. Most of those bumpers are single-colour and arranged in a straightforward pattern. There are three different gameplay speeds and 2 possible levels of ball bounce.

2 Fast 4 You

MS-DOS - 1995

2 Fast 4 U is an average futuristic racing game.

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

MS-DOS - January 1, 1988

The game is based on an 1870 novel by Jules Verne. On July 5th, 1867 the government decided to launch the famous ship the "Abraham Lincoln", which will leave on the trail of a sea monster. The great French professor Mr. Arronax will also take part in the expedition. The weeks passed without any sign of the monster's presence in the area, when, one day, 300 miles from the shores of Queen Charlotte's Island... three members of the expedition set out on board the Nautilus, a submarine navigated by Captain Nemo. The player takes Anorax's role to find out more. Most of the game is spent on...

20th Century Frog

MS-DOS - 1988

20th Century Frog is a cute little game in which you control a frog's jumps, launching him around the screen to eat prey, bypass obstacles and avoid hazards. Although the gameplay is very simple, the control scheme is incredibly unique, and makes the game definitely worth checking out.

2112

MS-DOS - 1994

A simple text adventure / IF game, 2112 places you in a theocratic communistic computer-directed dystopia and challenges you to improve your lot and your world's fate through individualism. Based on Rush's 1976 concept rock album of the same name.

21-en

MS-DOS - 1991

21-en is a known card game, which is played regularly by many. There are several versions of the rules in use. This program uses the most general rules, which will be familiar to almost everyone. In the game there are 52 playing cards. An ace is 1 or 11 points, king, queen and jack are 10 points and the cards 2 through 10 are 2 through 10 points. The objective is to get as close as possible to 21 without exceeding 21. Both players start with two cards. Each player may ask as many cards as she likes. The player with the most points without exceeding 21 wins.

221 B Baker St.

221 B Baker St.

MS-DOS - 1987

Based on the board game of the same name, 221 B Baker St. pits up to four players against each other in a race to solve mysteries set in Victorian London. After picking a character (Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, Irene Adler, or Inspector Lestrade), players select one of the thirty available mysteries and read its case file in the game's manual. The case file presents the particulars of the case, mentions the people involved, and explains what the players need to deduce to win the game. Solving the mysteries entails moving around London (the game board) via a roll of the dice,...

240 Racing

MS-DOS

2400 A.D.

2400 A.D.

MS-DOS - December 1, 1987

Metropolis was founded in 2213 A.D. by the United Stellar Council as the capital city of the planet XK-120, a mining planet and center of learning throughout the galaxy. That was the past. In 2315 A.D., Metropolis is invaded by the Tzorg. The new conquerer leave the planet but install a Robot Patrol System to keep the locals in check. Now the only resistance against the Tzorg occupation is a small group of resistance fighters of the Underground network. In the year 2400 A.D. the final hope to overthrow Tzorg rule over the city is to infiltrate the Tzorg Authority Complex through a recently...

25

MS-DOS - 1998

In "25" into the role of an unnamed protagonist, whose goal is to collect 25 gems along the 4 levels that make up the game. Look no more keys than the scroll left or right, as they are the only necessary and planned to develop the game, where you have to avoid many obstacles in the form of dinosaur, red balls (say are fireballs ) or deadly hands of clock. Each level just grab all jewelry when distributed by him and get to the doll at the bottom of the screen.

3 Card High Low Poker

MS-DOS - 1986

This game is played with only 3 cards, no draw. The Dealer calls High or Low and deals the cards. If you have a hand you think can beat the others, put it in the middle, and the best hand wins. If no one puts their cards out there, the dealer wins. If the game is High, a pair of Aces beats a pair of Jacks, and a King, Ten, Nine beats a Queen, Ten, Nine. Three of a kind will beat any pair. If the game is Low, a One, Two, Three is the best possible hand. A Six, Five, Three beats a Seven, Five, Three, and a Nine, Six, Ace beats a Nine, Six, Deuce.

3 Skulls of the Toltecs

3 Skulls of the Toltecs

MS-DOS - January 1, 1996

The game begins in 1866 Arizona when the game's hero, a cowboy named Fenimore Fillmore, tries to rescue an old peddler from a band of attacking rustlers. The dying peddler gives Fenimore a golden skull and tells him the legend of a fabulous treasure that can be found by collecting two other golden skulls. To reach his goal, Fenimore Fillmore must battle the evil Friar Anselmo and the perfidious Colonel Leconte (who also seek the treasure), fight fierce Apaches (whose Chief's son's tepee boasts a sheepskin from Harvard), engage sleepy Mexican revolutionaries (whose leader is amnesic), outwit...

386 Spys

MS-DOS - 1989

386 Spys (also known as .386 Spys Elite Top Agents...) is a game published in 1989 by GENKI Software Corporation, the theme is . It features a action genre and uses a perspective. A spy thriller arcade game in three actions, racing boats on rivers, cars on the highway, and jetpacking over the city. Similar to arcade games Spy Hunter or Action Fighter.

3D Ball Blaster

MS-DOS - 1992

3D Ball Blaster distributed by HomeBrew Software. Best described as a soccer derivative, this game is based on an incredibly fast 3D engine, which allows for natural looking grafics - effects. In this man vs. machine battle multiple features help the player maintain control over the magnetic ball and keep the opponent in check. Among these are: portable walls, gravity wells, boosters, landmines etc. The registered version features network mode and many more useful tools.

3-D Body Adventure

MS-DOS - 1994

3-D Body Adventure is a comprehensive human anatomy learning game. This program combines the most exciting games, activities and reference tools designed especially for kids, using advanced 3-D visualization technology. Traveling through a virtual reality human body, 3-D Body Adventure lets kids see the inner workings of the human body like never before. This human anatomy learning adventure is so amazing that your child will be hooked on science forever.

3D Construction Kit 2

3D Construction Kit 2

MS-DOS - June 1, 1991

3D Construction Kit 2 (3DCK2) is a great sequel to Incentive/Domark's 3D Construction Kit, released a year earlier. As with the first title, 3DCK2 isn't really a game but a powerful application that lets you create 3D action/adventure games. The engine is powered by Freescape, Incentive's acclaimed game engine that anyone who has played '80s classics Castle Master or Driller, or any other Incentive game is familiar with. 3DCK2 allows you to create a 3D world by building objects, then positioning them accordingly. For example, a house can be made up of a cube with a pyramid-shaped roof. Add...

3-D Dinosaur Adventure

3-D Dinosaur Adventure

MS-DOS - 1993

3-D Dinosaur Adventure is an educational game about the many types of dinosaurs from Earth's past. As the title suggests, the game has several areas that make use of the included blue-red 3-D glasses that make the dinosaurs appear to leap off the computer screen. Kids can learn using the reference encyclopedia section to explore when or where the dinosaurs lived, how they evolved, and what survival methods they used. The title has several learning activities that take advantage of the wealth of fossil photo records and illustrations for visual recognition of dinosaurs. It also...

3D Lemmings Winterland

MS-DOS - 1995

3D Lemmings Winterland is a special mini - demo of Lemmings 3D, featuring special Christmasy graphics. Apart from this, the gameplay is identical to that of Lemmings 3D. The game consists of 6 levels which are not featured in the original full game. The first couple of levels are fairly easy and are designed for you to get adjusted to the controls. The later levels are more difficult so they should keep you entertained a bit longer.

3D Pinball

3D Pinball

MS-DOS - 1992

An arcade pinball style game with 3-D effect for 1-4 players. This game also enable to select Ball acceleration (1-4) and overall speed (1-4).

3-D Pitfall

MS-DOS - 1995

3-D Pitfall is a Tetris variant which is similar to Blockout.

3-D TableSports

3-D TableSports

MS-DOS - 1996

3-D Table Sports is a collection of three classic table games adaptations: Foosball (Table Soccer) - You spin, pass, block and score with keyboard and mouse controls. The pole you control will be highlighted in red or gold, and in beginner mode pole switching is automatic to the pole that is nearest to the ball. First player to score 10 points wins. Slamhockey (Air Hockey) - You control the paddle with your mouse, and the first player to score 10 points wins. In battle mode you can cross the halfway line into the adversary side of the table. Power Hoops -...

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe

MS-DOS - 1982

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe is played on four boards. You must get 4 in a row to win. (Horizontal, Vertical, or Diagonally). There are 4 rows and 4 columns on each board, you enter your choice of box by a three digit number indicating the row, column, and board number i.e. [231] is row 2, column 3, on board 1.

3D World Boxing

3D World Boxing

MS-DOS - 1992

In this boxing game you can choose from dozens of boxers with different attributes in skill areas such as Power, Defence and Punishment. You can play a single match or an entire championship. Each match is presented by an announcer and a good looking girl, as in real matches. The boxers are represented with realistic graphics for the epoch as large on-screen characters. Realistic scoring is awarded for each round. There is only one type of punch available, although a 3D ring view results in realistic movement, and head-lock situations can occur.

3DCube

MS-DOS - 1994

3DCube is 3D Rubik's Cube game controlled by either mouse or keyboard. It operates exactly like the real cube puzzle. This program also displays a 2D layout across the top of the screen so that all sides can be viewed at once.

3-Demon

MS-DOS - 1983

3-Demon, commonly regarded as the very first progenitor of the 90s first-person shooters, is a surreal, wireframe-3D Pac-Man clone in which you have to move through a maze, collect points and occasionally take items which will allow you to kill enemy monsters (ghosts) instead of them killing you. After having cleaned the level of a certain percentage of points, you have the option to move to another level immediately by pressing the down key, where the monsters are smarter and move faster.

3x8

MS-DOS - 1992

3x8 is a game of questions and answers, divided into 8 categories. The plays of each participant will be random, with a variant: on the right side of the screen appears a topic with "bonus." If it matches with which the machine selects and responds correctly, that item will be considered complete even if it is the only correct answer. In addition, it will declare it "exempt", so the roulette will not stop at it, thereby increasing the chances that it will stop at an incomplete one.

4 Queens Computer Casino

MS-DOS - 1992

4 Queens Computer Casino is a virtual casino offering 12 different classic casino games: Video Blackjack, Video Keno, Video Poker, Baccarat, Craps, Roulette, Blackjack, Red Dog, Super Pan 9, Fruits, Bars and Bars & Seven. The game supports from 1 to 4 human players.

4 Soccer Simulators

MS-DOS - 1988

4 Soccer Simulators is a soccer game that includes 4 independent sub-games: 11-A-Side Soccer is a simulation of the default soccer rules. As the name implies, there are eleven players per team. Indoor Soccer is played with five players per team. There are less rules than in outdoor soccer, such as the absence of the corner kick. Street Soccer is played in the streets, with very few rules. Soccer Skills is a training game in which the player can practice penalties, sprints, corners, goalie skills, etc... All games except Soccer...

4?

MS-DOS - 1995

Game based on the Connect Four board game.

40080?

MS-DOS - 1995

Korean shoot 'em up, which can be either very simple or very complex - depending on the installed options.

4D Sports Boxing

4D Sports Boxing

MS-DOS - June 15, 1991

4D Sports Boxing is a 3D boxing computer game of the 4D Sports series, with motion capture animation, developed by Distinctive Software, Inc. (DSI) from Vancouver under their secondary trade name Unlimited Software. Its first version, 1.0, was published by Mindscape in June 1991. The game was released for PC, Apple Macintosh, Atari ST, Amiga and Fujitsu FM Towns Marty. The Macintosh version has slightly improved graphics, but a smaller screen size. Box Art The game features stylized boxers in polygon-based graphics, composed of triangles, some with names suggestive of non-fictional...

4th & Inches

4th & Inches

MS-DOS - 1988

4th & Inches is an action/strategy football game for one or two players. You control the action during the variety of plays that can be called, choose when to take timeouts, and select which players on your team will be on the field. There are two teams (the All-Pros and the Champs) and you can see each players statistics to determine how fast or strong he will be.

4x4 Offroad Racing

4x4 Offroad Racing

MS-DOS - January 1, 1988

4 x 4 Offroad Racing is a fun offroad racing game in which you must avoid obstacles and repair your car in your race for the finish line. The ability to choose accessories for your car, e.g. tires and gas tanks, makes the game highly replayable. The variety of tracks, from the blistering desert of Death Valley to the snow-covered tracks of Michigan, makes up for their limited number. Overall, a fun game with excellent graphics for its time (the animation of toppling-over car is particularly amusing to watch).

4x4 Team

MS-DOS - 1988

4x4 Team is an Off-Road racing game. The objective of this game is to overcome the greatest possible number of stages without colliding with the obstacles that exist in the course. It can be played with keyboard, Amstrad digital joystick and IBM joystick. In any case you can define the keys to use and adjust the joystick.

50 Mission Crush

50 Mission Crush

MS-DOS - 1986

50 Mission Crush is a simulation game that puts you into the cockpit of a B-17 Flying Fortress bomber during WWII. You are part of the 8th Air Force 306th Bomber Group and you must try to survive 50 missions (in real life the average lifespan of a crew member was 18.33 missions) in your B-17 (named the Impatient Virgin) over France and Germany. As pilot you will have full control of your bomber and 10 crew members, each of which plays a different role in your mission. After each mission providing you have survived you will be evaluated and awarded points based on...

5th Fleet

5th Fleet

MS-DOS - 1994

5th Fleet is a hex-based strategical wargame based on the board game 5th Fleet. The game is designed for two players which both take the side of a war party - in matches of a larger scale one war party can include several different countries. The gameplay is strictly turn-based and every day is divided into six rounds (three for each player). Every turn is divided into three phases: submarines, ships and aircraft. During the phases the players use two different map screens for their planning: the strategic map shows the whole operational zone divided into several areas and the tactical...

688 Attack Sub

688 Attack Sub

MS-DOS - January 1, 1989

The player takes command of a US Los Angeles-class or Soviet Alfa class nuclear powered attack submarine and plays 10 missions ranging from into either Cold War scenarios or combat missions in a hypothetical global conflict.

7 Colors

7 Colors

MS-DOS - 1991

It might be a "battle of colours", two "enemies" engaging in a "fight" to "conquer the territory" on the "battlefield". Or, despite Infogrames' martial marketing efforts, 7 Colors might just be a puzzle game with brightly colored diamonds. In the wake of Alexey Pajitnov's block-busting Tetris, Infogrames licensed another Russian mathematician's concept for a game of logics and dexterity: Two players start from opposite ends of a board, filled with rectangles of seven different colors, and take turns in picking one of these colors. All diamonds of that color bordering on the player's...

73 Million Seconds

MS-DOS - 1998

The 7th Guest

The 7th Guest

MS-DOS - January 1, 1993

Henry Stauf's mansion had been abandoned for as long as anyone dare remember. Stauf was a master toy maker, a maker of amazing puzzles and this strange house was his greatest creation. Now, the mansion stands empty, rotting ever since the children started dying, ever since the six guests came. Now there are only the eerie lights and the terrible sing-song rhymes of the children... And suddenly, you are in the house. You move from room to haunted room, step by terrifying step, as scenes from that night of horror come to life. Because Stauf's game isn't over. There were six guests the world...

8088 Othello

MS-DOS - 1985

8088 Othello is a four-color ASCII graphic board game similar to Reversi. The game is for 1 player and you battle against the computer to get more of your pieces on a board.

9 Poker

MS-DOS - 1990

9 Poker game, the player must control the computer with three people against, winning the bet. When the winning stake accumulated to a certain extent, there will be comic beauty, but not very good-looking. Computer-controlled players, because the card type of good and bad have different expressions, fairly interesting. But the probability of repeated high licensing, playing a long time will be very tired.

A.G.E.

MS-DOS - 1991

A.G.E. is a follow-up to Galactic Empire. Like its predecessor, it is a first-person space exploration game rendered in 3D. As you pilot your spacecraft around the planets and stars, engaging in space combat and conversation with other characters, you unravel the Conquer the Universe plot. The game is similar to Elite in that you are relatively free to travel to wherever you please.

A-10 Tank Killer

A-10 Tank Killer

MS-DOS

A-10 Tank Killer is a flight simulation computer game for Amiga and DOS platforms developed and published by Dynamix. The game features an A-10 Thunderbolt II attack aircraft. The game was originally released for DOS in 1989 and for Amiga in 1990. Following the success of Red Baron, version 1.5 was released in 1991 which included Gulf War missions and improved graphics and sounds. Several mission packs were sold separately. A sequel published by Sierra, Silent Thunder: A-10 Tank Killer II, was released in 1996.

A320 Airbus

A320 Airbus

MS-DOS

AAARGH!

AAARGH!

MS-DOS - 1988

What's that coming over the hill, is it a monster? Yes, as this Rampage-influenced arcade game sees you play either an ogre or a dragon. Both are searching an island for an egg which will give them super powers. This is located inside a building, and to find the right one you must continuously smash them up, using either the ogre's horn or the dragon's tail. Humans must also be attacked as you see them, as their catapults weaken you. Food can be found to restore energy, Once you have located the egg, a one-on-one beat 'em up battle with your rival ensues - win five...

Abandoned Places: A Time for Heroes

Abandoned Places: A Time for Heroes

MS-DOS - January 1, 1992

In this RPG, you play the role of four heroes whose mission is to save their world, Kalynthia, from the evil arch mage Bronagh. Most of the time, while exploring the over world, the game is shown in a 2D top-down view. It gives you much freedom: there's more to do than just stick to the main quest. Towns have a static interface where you reach the wished location by pressing the according symbol. e.g. a church for healing up or a sage for hints. During dungeon crawls the game switches to a 3D view and plays similar to Dungeon Master. As usual for this kind of games you see the dungeon in a...

ABC Monday Night Football

ABC Monday Night Football

MS-DOS - 1989

ABC Sports and Data East team up to take you to the gridiron! Strap on your helmet, put that black stuff under your eyes and prepare yourself for football, Frank Gifford style! Features AFB voice synthesis technology. You can change receivers on the fly, throw maddening blitz plays at the QB, and stare blankly at the buxom cheerleaders. It all adds up the same.... it's football.

Abmis the Lion

MS-DOS - 1996

Abmis the Lion, King of the Beasts, has a problem: all of his kingdom's potatoes have been stolen, without which his citizens may starve! You control his navigation through a side-view platform maze avoiding animal hazards and collecting dropped potatoes, using objects you find along the way, all in pursuit of the foxy thief. Once all a level's potatoes have been collected, a magical door will open permitting access to the next level.

Aboriginal

MS-DOS - 1996

Aboriginal Remix

MS-DOS - 1996

Abrams Battle Tank

Abrams Battle Tank

MS-DOS - 1988

Take the most powerful NATO tank, the M-1 Abrams, in 8 difficult missions against the Warsaw Pact forces. The four tank stations and the other aspects of the tank are quite nicely simulated, with different types of cannon rounds, coax machine guns, and all that. There's also the independent turret and track rotation commands.

Absolute Pinball

Absolute Pinball

MS-DOS - September 1, 1996

Absolute Pinball is a pinball game which features four tables with different themes: Desert Run (car tour from Paris to Dakar), Aquatic Adventure (treasure hunt at a beach), The Dream Factory (Hollywood) and Balls 'n Bats (Baseball). All tables feature three flippers and several mini games on the scoreboard, e.g. swimming away from sharks. Also worth mentioning are the five graphics mode which range from a classic scrolling table to a transverse view which shows the whole table at one. The controls follow the genre standard.

Absolute Zero

Absolute Zero

MS-DOS - January 1, 1995

In the 24th century, on the frozen Jovian moon of Europa, earth has established a colony to extract water from the moon. One of the mining facilities accidentally discovers on their excavations members of a long-buried alien race. The creatures, now awake, slaughter all the miners and destroy the moon's capital city. It's up to you now to defend what's left of the colony and eliminate the aliens, or at least hold them off until help arrives.

Abuse

Abuse

MS-DOS - August 1, 1995

It is the unimaginably distant year 2009. You are Nick Vrenna, falsely locked inside a high security prison. The genetic experiments conducted in the prison, combined with a full-scale riot that took place recently, caused all guards and inmates to be transformed into insane, aggressive mutants. Your job is to escape while stopping the genetic plague from transforming the whole world. Abuse is a side-scrolling platformer with a lot of shooting. It's a nonlinear game, as the levels often have a few exits that lead to different areas. Your character is a cyborg equipped with various weapons;...

Abyss of Pandemonium

Abyss of Pandemonium

MS-DOS - April 14, 1998

An unofficial add-on for Quake (like Shrak for Quake), Abyss of Pandemonium cheekily positions itself as the next part of the story, following on from Quake's official mission packs: Quake's fearsome general, the Dark Reaver Legond returns from conquering another dimension in the name of her master, to find out that a single human has repeatedly defeated Quake's minions. Outraged, she gathers her forces and set's about plotting your destruction. Content wise, this game comes with 16 new levels (10 single player/6 death match), six new foes, four new weapons and 1 power-up. In 2004 one of...

ACE 2

ACE 2

MS-DOS - 1987

A follow-up to ACE. Similar to its predecessor, ACE 2 is an oldie head-to-head air combat flight sim set in modern days of aviation. The game has a very strong arcade feel, as all the missions you fly are nondescript or generic. Your plane is also a generic, hypothetical modern fighter, and the goal is to fly different sorties to kill enemy aircraft. Very similar to ACE, except that you can now play a 2-player hotseat game, or solo competition against the computer, in split-screen mode.

Ace of Aces

Ace of Aces

MS-DOS - 1987

Ace of Aces is a 1st person, 2D flight simulation. You're on-board a British RAF Mosquito, maverick fighter bomber. Your mission ... stop enemy trains, intercept the terrible German V-1 buzz bombs, sink the German U-boats and down the Nazi bombers. Are you ready for this challenge?

ACE: Air Combat Emulator

ACE: Air Combat Emulator

MS-DOS - 1986

A huge enemy fleet has invaded the southern shore of the U.S. Dozens of tanks and helicopter gun-ships are rolling over Tampa, Florida and through Atlanta, Georgia. Squadrons of enemy fighters are swarming through the air over South Carolina and are heading for Washington, D.C. For the first time in more than 100 years, a foreign power is invading our proud land! You are the only remaining fighter pilot, and you have the last three ACE Mark 2.1 Multi-Role All-Weather-All-Terrain (AWAT) combat aircraft. Each is housed in one of our three remaining air bases. You must...

Aces of the Deep

Aces of the Deep

MS-DOS - 1994

Coming two years before the famed "Silent Hunter" Aces of the deep was a deep submarine simulation game. Coming at the tale end of Dynamix's period vehicle simulators (including "Red Barron" and "Aces of the Pacific") Aces of the Deep is a very polished simulation following in that tradition. The game starts with the player selecting a period of the Second World War to serve in. It is possible to play the game from the start of the war until the bitter end. The player takes command of a U-boat and attempts to fulfill optional missions including convey hunting and area patrols. The game gives...

Aces of the Pacific

Aces of the Pacific

MS-DOS - 1992

Aces of the Pacific is a combat flight simulator game developed by Dynamix and published by Sierra Entertainment in 1992. The game takes place during World War II. Player can choose single or instant mission, or choose to take a career path in United States Army Air Forces, United States Navy, United States Marines, Imperial Japanese Army or Imperial Japanese Navy. Its success caused Dynamix to create a very similar follow-up Aces Over Europe in 1993.

Aces Over Europe

Aces Over Europe

MS-DOS - 1993

Sequel to Aces of the Pacific, Aces over Europe takes place in the Western Theater of Operations during WW2. Fly fighters and fighter-bombers for either England, Germany, or the United States, escorting heavy bombers, attacking ground troops, or just taking control of the skies over Europe. Aces over Europe features improved graphics over its predecessor, including smoother models and individual squadron markings on planes. Terrain graphics have also been slightly enhanced to aid in navigation. AOE features campaign modes for all three sides. Although not truly dynamic, the campaigns...

ACiD Tetris

MS-DOS - 1997

ACK! Man

MS-DOS - 1989

Across the Rhine

Across the Rhine

MS-DOS - July 1, 1995

Across the Rhine: 1944 - 1945 Armored Combat in Western Europe is a mix between strategy and simulation game set during WWII. The game focuses on single tank battles during the Allied invasion of Normandy - this means the player can't influence the overall outcome of the war. The battles are mostly historically accurate but some of them use hypothetical situations. The basic situation however is always the same: the player is in charge of tank battalions and tries to defeat his enemy. The player is presented with several windows which show different information, e.g. a tactical...

Action Fighter

Action Fighter

MS-DOS - 1989

This is a top down vertically scrolling shooter, in which you start off as a motorbike. You are quite vulnerable to attack at first, but power ups come in the form of a Sega van which you have to dock with. The first time you dock you get double fire, the second time gives you a rocket, the third gives a rear force field and the fourth invulnerablility. By destroying cars and bikes that appear on your way, you can collect A-F letters. Collecting A through to D allows you change into a sportscar which is less vulnerable to attack, but not as nimble. Collect all the letters in order...

Actua Soccer: Club Edition

Actua Soccer: Club Edition

MS-DOS - 1997

Actua Soccer Club Edition is a re-edition of Actua Soccer, released with the 20 teams of the English Premiership instead of international competitions. New commentary was recorded and some Premiership historical data was included. All remaining aspects of the game were unchanged or just tweaked. The rest of the game is well known to fans of the genre - it was the first fully polygonal football game on the market, which allowed an unprecedented graphical realism and (technically) unlimited camera angles.

AD&D Dragons of Flame

AD&D Dragons of Flame

MS-DOS - January 1, 1989

Set in between the SSI's AD&D Dragonlance action games Heroes of the Lance and Shadow Sorcerer. This game follows the tradition of Heroes of the Lance with a side-scrolling, action-oriented view, a breakaway from the standard GoldBox RPGs. Plot-wise, it also takes place between those two games, following closely the novel/game modules written by Weiss/Hickman. You take control of one character at a time, with each hero having different abilities.

AD&D Forgotten Realms Unlimited Adventures

AD&D Forgotten Realms Unlimited Adventures

MS-DOS - June 28, 1993

Unlimited Adventures allows players to create their own fantasy role-playing games, especially those set in the Forgotten Realms world, similar to SSI's AD&D Gold Box series. The game is required to play the worlds created with it. In Gold Box games the player typically controls a party of adventurers, leading them through cities and dungeons (presented in first person perspective), talking to people, finding treasure, buying things in shops, fighting battles, etc. When combat begins, the screen switches to a top-down perspective where the player can control each party member while they...

AD&D Forgotten Realms Vol. II: Curse of the Azure Bonds

AD&D Forgotten Realms Vol. II: Curse of the Azure Bonds

MS-DOS - January 1, 1989

At the start of the game, the player characters are adventurers of great renown who wake up from a magic sleep to find themselves in a small inn in the city of Tilverton, with all of their possessions stolen and no memory of how it happened.[7] A passing landlord informs the characters that they have been unconscious for over a month after suffering an attack. Each of the player characters has five azure-colored tattoo-like markings, called bonds, on one arm.[6] The party had been ambushed while traveling on the road to Tilverton.[2] They were captured and cursed with the magical bonds...

AD&D Forgotten Realms Vol. III: Secret of The Silver Blades

AD&D Forgotten Realms Vol. III: Secret of The Silver Blades

MS-DOS - May 18, 1990

Secret of the Silver Blades is the third in a four-part series of Forgotten Realms Dungeons & Dragons "Gold Box" adventure role-playing video games. The story is a continuation of the events after Curse of the Azure Bonds. The party's objective is to adventure through the mountain region near Verdigris, entering areas such as the ruins of Old Verdigris, the Well of Knowledge, the mines, the crevasses, and eventually to the Dreadlord's castle. The party will face off against an evil group of humans called the Black Circle, many kinds of monsters in the mines and crevasses, and finally...

AD&D Forgotten Realms Vol. IV: Pools of Darkness

AD&D Forgotten Realms Vol. IV: Pools of Darkness

MS-DOS - January 1, 1991

Ten years have passed since the events described in Pool of Radiance, and the heroes return to the city where it all started, Phlan. The city is thriving, and looks quite idyllic; but a sinister force is lurking deep in the shadows... After the heroes leave to escort the council member Sasha on a diplomatic assignment, the evil Lord Bane sends four of his most feared lieutenants to destroy the cities of Faerun and twist our dimension. The goal is clear: explore the land and rid it of the evil, by taking on Bane's minions one by one... Pools of Darkness is the fourth of Gold Box series of...

AD&D Legend Vol. I: Eye of the Beholder

AD&D Legend Vol. I: Eye of the Beholder

MS-DOS - January 1, 1991

Eye of the Beholder featured a first-person perspective in a three-dimensional dungeon, similar to Dungeon Master. The player controls four characters, initially, using a point-and-click interface to fight monsters. This can be increased to a maximum of six characters, by resurrecting one or more of the dead NPCs bone remains or finding NPCs that are found throughout the dungeons.

AD&D Legend Vol. II: Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon

AD&D Legend Vol. II: Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon

MS-DOS - January 1, 1991

After the adventures of the first game, the heroes head to a local inn to rest and enjoy their newfound fame but a note gets slipped to them from Khelben "Blackstaff" Arunsun (Archmage of Waterdeep) who says that he sent a scout (Amber, a female elven thief/mage of neutral good alignment) to investigate reports of evil brewing in a temple known as Darkmoon but she has not returned. Khelben then transports the heroes to the temple to find Amber and continue the investigation, but it soon becomes apparent that not everything is as it seems....

AD&D Legend Vol. III: Eye of The Beholder 3: Assault on Myth Drannor

AD&D Legend Vol. III: Eye of The Beholder 3: Assault on Myth Drannor

MS-DOS - 1993

Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor is a 1993 computer role-playing game and the sequel to Eye of the Beholder and Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon. After defeating Dran the heroes tell the patrons of a local tavern about their success over Dran Draggore and how it saved the town. After that, a mysterious man enters the tavern and asks the heroes to save the ruined city, Myth Drannor, which is ruled by a Lich named Acwellan. The man then tells the heroes that they need to save Myth Drannor by getting an ancient artifact from the Lich known as the Codex. After the...

AD&D Savage Frontier Vol. I: Gateway to the Savage Frontier

AD&D Savage Frontier Vol. I: Gateway to the Savage Frontier

MS-DOS - January 1, 1991

The party of adventurers has just escorted a caravan from the dwarven-ruled citadel Adbar to the city of Yartar. Now it's time to relax - the heroes head to the nearest tavern for food and drinks. However, somebody slips a drug into their food, and they all pass out. Upon awakening, they discover that they have been robbed of nearly all their possessions. The heroes must now begin everything from scratch. Investigating the matter, they unravel a much bigger and more sinister plot, which involves the evil organization Zhentarim and their plans for conquering the land. Gateway to the Savage...

AD&D Savage Frontier Vol. II: Treasures of the Savage Frontier

AD&D Savage Frontier Vol. II: Treasures of the Savage Frontier

MS-DOS - January 1, 1992

The Heroes of Ascore have been magically summoned to help old dwarven allies retake the city of Llorkh from the foul Zhentarim legions. After that, there are more dangers that lurk in the wilds of the Savage Frontier... The sequel to Gateway to the Savage Frontier is a role-playing game using SSI's standard Gold Box gameplay system. You can import existing characters from playing the first game. The game is viewed form above, as you move your party into mystery, buildings and combat. The game now includes weather changes that affect movement and NPC interaction.

AD&D Spelljammer: Pirates of Realmspace

AD&D Spelljammer: Pirates of Realmspace

MS-DOS - January 1, 1992

Based on the 2nd Edition of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (AD&D) Spelljammer rule book, Spelljammer: Pirates of Realmspace leads the player into a fantasy world to a pilot a ship (Spelljammer) that may travel into space and distant planets for exploration and trade. In this game, the player pilots a Spelljammers ship, consisting of several crew members and heroes (which may be equipped with items) as well as the player's main character. Gameplay primarily consists of trading goods between one planet and another as well as completing quests available at each planet.

AD&D: Hillsfar

AD&D: Hillsfar

MS-DOS - January 1, 1989

ADS: Advanced Destroyer Simulator

ADS: Advanced Destroyer Simulator

MS-DOS - 1990

Advanced Destroyer Simulator (ADS) is a naval combat simulation set in World War 2. It was the first naval simulation to use real-time filled 3D graphics. Its style and mechanics are reminiscent of Epyx's Destroyer (1986). ADS simulates the H.M.S. Onslaught, a British destroyer of the O-class fitted with three cannon turrets, four torpedo tubes on port and starboard respectively, and a sonar to detect and track submarines. In ADS, the Onslaught is not part of a flotilla. There's no campaign, gameplay is mission-based and set in three scenarios (two in the CPC version)...

Advanced Civilization

Advanced Civilization

MS-DOS - 1995

This game is a videogame adaption of Avalon Hill's board game "civilization". IT SHOULD NOT BE CONFUSED with "Civilization" created by Sid Mier. This is a faithful adaption of the origianl board game that pits players (or the rather good AI) against each other for control of the world. The gameplay mechanic that takes center stage is that each region's population doubles until it reaches a maximum population. A player can move any number of population tokens to an achesent region. Pieces will be removed until the total number of tokens for that region is reached. Recommendation: have a...

Advantage Tennis

Advantage Tennis

MS-DOS - December 1, 1991

Advantage Tennis is a tennis simulation played with 2D characters in a 3D simulated court. The camera zooms and pans in to follow the action. There are training, season and exhibition modes. The season mode allows playing against a variety of competitors and in different courts around the world.

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