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Akira

Akira

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

Akira is a side-scrolling action game based on the anime film of the same title. In the first few levels you have to guide the main character Kaneda through an obstruction filled road on his motorcycle. Obstacles come in the form of roadblocks, holes in the road, which must be jumped with the use of a ramp, and a variety of characters on the road who throw bombs at you. The roadblocks can only be cleared by grenades which you pick up by knocking over traffic cones. You must also make it to the end of the level without running out of fuel. After the motorcycle levels there are five...

Gulp!

Gulp!

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

Gulp! is a Puzzle game, developed and published by I.C.E., which was released in Europe in 1994. Gulp! is ICE’s first release since the rather ill-fated Total Carnage, and it s nice to see that it’s actually a reasonably good game. As you can probably tell from the screenshots, it’ got an awful lot to do with fish. To capture the essence of Gulp! in a nutshell, it’s Lemmings underwater, but with much more interaction with the background. The aim of each level is to get a certain number of fish from the inlet pipe to the exit, while avoiding everything if possible. The levels are large,...

Sign of the Sun

Sign of the Sun

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

In the future, a series of nuclear disasters have devastated the Earth and forced it into an orbit nearer the Sun. The increased temperatures have formed vast deserts and transmogrified the planet into a barren wasteland. All hope seems lost for humanity until the discovery of a metal ore that seems to protect against the Sun's heat and radiation. Only one problem. The only place where the ore can be tested in time to save them is within the Sun itself. As James Mariner, Earth's selected test pilot, it is up to you to deploy a probe containing the ore into the Sun's corona and acquire the...

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