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Hands of Time

Hands of Time

Nintendo Game Boy Color - October 2, 2001

As the young Sebastian, gamers take the role of the son of a brilliant scientist who has discovered a means to travel through time. Time travel has already taken place in this reality, however, and Sebatian's first mission is to use his father's discovery to return to the past and destroy an earlier time machine, which upset the balance of power in a past war and led to dangerous realities in their present. Just as Sebastian enters the machine to travel back to the past, he watches helplessly as his father is kidnapped and taken prisoner. Hands of Time features an overhead view and six...

Mortyr

Mortyr

Windows - January 1, 1999

In 1944, unexpectedly for the Allies, a Nazi winter offensive results in over 80% of European territories falling to German control. No one really knows what Hitler and his generals did to bring forth this course of events, but the fall of London made it clear that the Allies had little chance of winning the war. Soon after, the destruction of Moscow and the taking of Washington ended the war. It was hard to believe that it was the German military technique or their leaders' tactical skills. People started to talk about final development of the Wunderwaffe, especially that not many managed to...

Raszyn 1809

Raszyn 1809

Atari 800 - 1992

The War of the Fifth Coalition against Napoleon's France have just begun. The Battle of Raszyn was fought on April 19, 1809 between the Polish army of Duchy of Warsaw (commanded by Prince Poniatowski) and the invading forces of Austrian Empire marching on Warsaw. Despite outnumbering the enemy 2 to 1, Austrian troops were defeated. Raszyn 1809 is a turn-based tactical level strategy game for one or two players. You can command either Polish-Saxon or Austrian forces - infantry and cavalry, supported by artillery. Apart from the historical setup, fictional and random options are available....

Resurrection: Rise 2

Resurrection: Rise 2

Sega Saturn - January 1, 1996

In the sequel new troubles in ElectroCorp have begun. As we remember, this corporation made robots for civilian jobs, but one Supervisor decided to make robot-killers. Human brains were implanted on some of them. But this time, one hacker has infected the ElectroCorp's network with a virus, so Supervisor lost control over robots and they began to kill each other. You are one of them.

Rise 2: Resurrection

Rise 2: Resurrection

Sony Playstation - Released - February 20, 1996

Rise 2 Resurrection for the Sony PlayStation, the sequel to Rise of the Robots, improves upon the original game's positive aspects and fixes some of its problems. Once again the music is written and performed by former Queen band member Brian May, and once again it rocks hard, this time with the benefit of CD technology. The graphics are an improvement over its handsome predecessor, and the sound effects are vibrant and explosive. While these aesthetic improvements are to be expected, the things that are the same in Rise 2 Resurrection from the first Rise of the Robots is the...

Rise of the Robots

Rise of the Robots

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - January 1, 1995

Electrocorp, the world's leading manufacturer and developer of advanced robotics ran the Leader Project to develop a multi-task, ultra-intelligent, self-aware robot to manage every aspect of the factory plant. The end result was the Supervisor Droid, a machine capable of assuming any form and accessing any database. But when an EGO virus infected the Supervisor's self-awareness it started to consider its need above of those of the company, infecting the other robots in the plant and declaring itself their leader. Electrocorp then sent its top-secret ECO32-5 Cyborg to infiltrate the plant and...

Rise of The Robots

Rise of The Robots

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1994

Electrocorp, the world's leading manufacturer and developer of advanced robotics ran the Leader Project to develop a multi-task, ultra-intelligent, self-aware robot to manage every aspect of the factory plant. The end result was the Supervisor Droid, a machine capable of assuming any form and accessing any database. But when an EGO virus infected the Supervisor's self-awareness it started to consider its need above of those of the company, infecting the other robots in the plant and declaring itself their leader. Electrocorp then sent its top-secret ECO32-5 Cyborg to infiltrate the plant and...

Rise of the Robots

Rise of the Robots

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

Electrocorp, the world's leading manufacturer and developer of advanced robotics ran the Leader Project to develop a multi-task, ultra-intelligent, self-aware robot to manage every aspect of the factory plant. The end result was the Supervisor Droid, a machine capable of assuming any form and accessing any database. But when an EGO virus infected the Supervisor's self-awareness it started to consider its need above of those of the company, infecting the other robots in the plant and declaring itself their leader. Electrocorp then sent its top-secret ECO32-5 Cyborg to infiltrate the plant and...

RoboCop

RoboCop

Nintendo Game Boy Color - August 23, 2001

Step into the shoes of the half-man, half-human hybrid known as Robocop. Your mission is to uncover a sinister plot involving OCP, local gangsters dealing a deadly new synthetic drug and a powerful cyborg known only as MIND. As the police force's last hope, you must capture, destroy, or arrest hostile characters in a desperate search for clues and evidence. Protect the innocent using six different weapons, various power-ups, and Robocop's multitarget locking system.

Ultimate 8 Ball

Ultimate 8 Ball

Sony Playstation - Released - May 31, 1999

Ultimate 8 Ball offers 14 types of pool games with the majority of them supporting multiple players. Games include two versions of Eight Ball (UK and US rules), Nine Ball, Ten Ball, Six Ball, Three Ball, Straight Pool, Rotation, Speed Pool (single player), Killer, Ten Pin (a bowling format), Bank Pool, One Pocket, and Cut Throat. An additional option, Hustle, is a single-player mode with three distinct difficulty settings in which the player competes against 15 computer-controlled opponents. Winning against at least one opponent in each of four levels earns the player the chance to face the...

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