Nintendo Switch - Released - July 9, 2018
Dive into an adventure game that has become a cult classic. With ground-breaking graphics and narrative for its time, Another World still offers a superb gaming experience in a deep and unique science-fiction universe. More than twenty-five years after its original release, Eric Chahi's masterpiece is still considered a classic adventure game and continues to inspire the biggest names in video games. Another World tells the extraordinary story of scientist Lester Knight Chaykin, accidentally transported to another world while working on a particle accelerator. Lost on a strange planet, with...
ScummVM - Released - October 1, 1991
Take Part in a High Seas Murder Mystery As Inspector Raoul Dusentier you have been invited on a dream cruise in the Mediterranean, but no sooner has the cruise begun when you are summoned to investigate a scandalous crime - the murder of your host. Question other characters in true Agatha Christie style. Eavesdrop on suspects to gain valuable information. Completely interactive in full 3-D vision. Featuring a Cinematique’ operating system. Designed to offer a user-friendly point 'n' click playing system.
Windows - Released - 1999
In Darkstone, you are the chosen one to counter Draak's plan to plunge the world into a new Age of Darkness. Character choices are made from four classes (wizard/sorceress, assassin/thief, warrior/amazon or monk/priestess). The overall objective is to track down the seven crystals of the Time Orb, created a millennium ago from the tears of the benevolent goddess Kaliba and restore it. Only then will you have the power of the mighty Orb at your disposal to use as the ultimate weapon against Draak. By the numbers, Darkstone contains four distinct regions of Uma, more than 100 evil creatures...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 15, 2018
Conrad's adventures are getting better! In this direct sequel to Flashback, Conrad will have to escape a prison planet before his judgment falls. Finding your way through this maze full of traps and puzzles, Morphs and dangerous robots will not be easy. You can count on various pistol ammunition, each with a very specific function, but also on three forms of shields that will save you from death many times over.
NEC PC-9801 - Released - April 22, 1994
You're Conrad B. Hart, Galaxis Bureau of Investigation Agent and right now you're stranded on a far-away planet after discovering an alien plot to overtake Earth. You must travel and find your way through four planets back to Earth and foil the aliens' sinister and deadly plans.
Sega Dreamcast - Released - December 6, 2017
2142 AD. Stranded on a bizarre alien planet with your memory artificially erased, you must battle your way back to Earth to stop the invading mutant forces... FLASHBACK ... the ultimate test in survival.
Acorn Archimedes - Released - 1994
Flashback (aka Flashback: The Quest for Identity) incorporates elements of platforming, shooting, and problem-solving. While a large bulk of the gameplay is dedicated to running, jumping, and shooting enemies, there is also a considerable exploration element in the game, as well as some puzzle-solving. The player navigates Conrad through platform structures, performing various moves. It is possible to simply jump or do a longer run-and-jump, run, climb, hang off ledges, and pick up objects lying on the ground. To defend himself, Conrad can shoot enemies with his gun and also use various...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 1, 2007
Conrad and the Freedom Guard organization Mandrake take on the Morphs to save the galaxy from their evil schemes. Protoype leaked in 2007.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 22, 1993
2142 AD. Stranded on a bizarre alien planet with your memory artificially erased, you must battle your way back to Earth to stop the invading mutant forces... FLASHBACK... the ultimate test in survival.
Sega CD - Released - February 20, 1993
Flashback is a platform action adventure. You navigate Conrad over the platforms, performing various moves. You can simply jump or do a longer run-and-jump, run, climb, hang off ledges, and pick up objects lying on the ground. To defend yourself, you shoot enemies with your gun and also use various objects (such as stones) to harm or to distract them.
Sega Genesis - Released - February 20, 1993
The year is 2142. The player takes control of Conrad B. Hart, a man who has lost his memory. After barely escaping from hostile aliens, Conrad's bike crashes on an unknown planet. Conrad finds himself in the jungle, and from that moment on his quest for survival and his lost identity begins. Flashback: The Quest for Identity incorporates elements of platforming, shooting, and problem-solving. The game can be described as a "cinematic platformer" (commonly referred to as Prince of Persia-style), following a design philosophy that was also manifested in Delphine Software's previous work,...
ScummVM - Released - 1989
Future Wars is a point and click adventure game designed by Paul Cuisset and developed by Delphine Software for home computers. It casts the player as a hapless window washer who stumbles onto a time machine and finds himself embroiled in struggle to save humanitys future. Released in 1989, the game is notable for its pop-up menu interface, which did not become common in adventure games until years later.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 10, 1998
Delphine's sequel to their popular Moto Racer, MR2 features more tracks, several different "championship" modes, an enhanced Direct3D graphics engine, and a track editor for creating your own superbike and motocross tracks.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - December 5, 2002
The player controls a motorcyclist and must try to win races on various terrain and settings. Each motorcycle in the game handles differently with some performing better on paved roads and others working better on rougher terrain. There are a number of different modes: Grand Prix (GP), Motocross, and Traffic. GP takes place at a number of different locations across the world on paved tracks in places such as San Francisco and Russia. The paved tracks require the player to learn how to effectively use their brakes around corners. The GP courses contain small differences between them,...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1992
You'll think you're actually on a movie set when you star in the cinematic action/adventure Out of This World. Out of This World is like no other game on the Super NES. Using a completely new graphic system of cinematic zooms, pans, close-ups, and cuts, Out Of This World gets you involved in a breathtaking story of inter-dimensional travel. You'll duck as lasers blast, boulders crash, and monsters roar. The complete musical score and realistic, digitized sound effects will make you feel like you're on a movie sound stage. Being a hero is hard work, and you'll experience it first-hand...
3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - June 24, 1994
Prepare to leap past traditional computer entertainment, as Out Of This World brings the world of cinema to the action/adventure game. More than two years in development, Out of This World's cinematic zooms, pans, close-ups and scaling create motion picture-style effects on your living room screen. Its amazing polygonal graphics system brings each character to life in fluid rotoscoped animation. And its digitized hand-painted backgrounds, new sound effects, and phenomenal music score created specifically for the 3DO system create the ultimate interactive, real-time experience. As a brilliant...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1994
As Shaq, use your lightning-fast shuriken and other martial mart techniques to prevail over 6 intensely evil warriors in the enforcement of justice. Or choose any of the 7 warriors and fight head to head. Summon Voodoo's bone shattering earthquake, rebound with Rajah's shockwave sword or lash out with Sett's terrifying mummy wrap. Scores of secret power moves to discover and master.
Sega Genesis - Released - October 28, 1994
In the game's storyline, Shaquille O'Neal wanders into a kung fu dojo while heading to a charity basketball game in Tokyo, Japan. There, he stumbles into another dimension, where he must rescue a young boy named Nezu from the evil mummy Sett-Ra.