Sega Saturn - Released - December 22, 1995
In Black Fire, the player takes control of the most sophisticated helicopter on the planet taking on a very dangerous enemy. The player's helicopter is state of the art, but the enemy they are fighting has acquired alien technology and is using it to try and conquer the world and it is up to the player to use all the flying skill they have and try to stop them. Black Fire is rendered in 3-D and has a 360 degree field to maneuver. The chopper is outfitted with missiles and machine guns and flies through 15 levels, destroying enemy targets and providing support to allied units with the story...
Sega Game Gear - Released - December 1, 1991
Introducing... The Chessmaster, the most powerful chess program in the world today - and the friendliest! With lots of different features, The Chessmaster is the perfect chess companion, adversary and instructor for any chess player, beginner or expert. Watch The Chessmaster think, force The Chessmaster to move, change sides at any time... you can play, practice or learn chess on the go! Many challenging levels from Newcomer to Grandmaster. Teaching mode shows all possible legal moves. Set up pieces in any position to play and solve chess problems.
MS-DOS - Released - 1995
Comanche 2 is the stand-alone release of the Comanche portion of Werewolf vs. Comanche. Fly a Comanche helicopter over a wide variety of terrain and blast various enemy vehicles and aircraft with your array of munitions. A wide variety of camera angles are offered for your flight experience, and the missions range from ultra-easy training to complex save-the-world scenarios.
MS-DOS - Released - April 30, 1997
The world's best-selling helicopter simulation is now bigger, better and badder than ever. Introducing COMANCHE 3, the totally new version of the world's most technically advanced helicopter: The RAH-66 Comanche. Rule the day and the night in the helicopter designed for the digital battlefield of the 21st century. The U.S. army's concept of waging war is to dominate an enemy in space and time. Are you prepared? • Test your piloting skills in over 30 extreme combat missions, including strategic lightning strikes, night "creeps", and set-piece assaults. • New VOXEL SPACE 2 rendering...
MS-DOS - Released - 1992
Comanche: Maximum Overkill is the first helicopter simulator to showcase NovaLogic's Voxel engine, which renders organic and lifelike terrain and realistic looking objects that no other game using polygons could match. It features the Army's experimental RAH-66 Comanche light attack helicopter (LHX). The game features a simple flight model and allows the player's helicopter to take much more damage than it could in reality. Additionally, weapons on the Comanche feature deadly accuracy and power. There are over 20 scripted campaign missions, similar to all other NovaLogic...
MS-DOS - 1993
In 1993, NovaLogic published Comanche: Maximum Overkill - Mission Disk 1, an add-on for Comanche: Maximum Overkill. It adds 3 new campaigns with 10 missions each, new terrain, and new enemies.
Comanche ist eine Helikopterflugsimulation für den PC von NovaLogic, die den US-amerikanischen Kampf-Hubschrauber RAH-66 Comanche in den Mittelpunkt stellt. Bisher sind in der Reihe vier reguläre Teile erschienen. Herausragend ist die Verwendung einer auf Voxeln basierenden Grafik-Engine, die auch schon in den ersten Versionen auf 386-Prozessoren eine erstaunlich gute 3D-Simulation lieferte. Im Mittelpunkt des Spiels steht aber nicht die fliegerische Beherrschung des Fluggeräts, die weitgehend von einer Automatik erledigt wird, sondern die Bekämpfung von Gegnern mit den zur Verfügung...
Windows - October 20, 1998
In Delta Force, players combat terrorism around the globe. Created in Oct '77 at Fort Bragg as an immediate response resource to world terrorist groups, the team consists of elite troops from the 82nd Airborne, Special Forces Green Berets and U.S. Army Rangers. Rite of membership encompasses intense training in Close Quarters Battle, specialized reconnaissance, hostage rescue, and counter-terrorism techniques. In the game, players join a team so secretive that the U.S. Department of Defense does not confirm its existence. From both first and third-person perspectives, players participate in...
Windows - May 22, 2002
The sequel to the immensely popular Delta Force, first-person, tactical shooter Delta Force 2 has better graphics, more weapons, more gear, and more interesting features than its predecessor. Players can now use grenade launchers and fixed machine gun emplacements. Create your own missions with the built-in mission editor! Continue to wage war against terrorism in fully-realized 3D environments rendered through voxels in software.
Windows - March 23, 2003
Delta Force: Black Hawk Down is a first-person shooter video game set in the early 1990s during the Unified Task Force peacekeeping operation in Somalia. The missions take place primarily in the southern Jubba Valley and the capital Mogadishu. The game was developed by NovaLogic. It was released for Microsoft Windows on March 23, 2003; for Mac OS X in July 2004; and for PlayStation 2 and Xbox on July 26, 2005. It is the 6th game of the Delta Force series.
Windows - November 8, 2000
This third chapter of the popular first-person tactical combat series takes full advantage of 3-D acceleration. The 3-D graphics help create highly detailed interior environments. The creators were certain, however, to make sure the long-range combat, one of the hallmarks of the series, remained intact. Snipers can still hit opponents from 1,000 meters or more, which is important because a single shot will usually take you out. Unique character elements have been added, a first for the series and a step in the direction of class-specific games such as Team Fortress. Players choose one of five...
Windows - April 21, 2005
Bringing back one of the first military shooter sims with specially optimized graphics engine and new game content, Delta Force One: Next Gen overhauls the original with new weather effects, new missions and online features, 25 co-op missions, integration of the NovaWorld STATS ranking system, and over 20 multiplayer maps for 32-player online matches in five game types.
MS-DOS - Released - 1996
Yet another simulation of the yet to enter service F-22, probably the most advanced fighter of the world. As with most Novalogic games, however, the emphasis here is on action and graphics, rather than in simulating the real thing. The game offers a standard series of campaigns as well as a quick mission mode and multiplayer support for deathmatch and cooperative games using a feature similar to the "spawn" feature found on WarCraft 2.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1991
The perfect travel companion, the Travel Guide covers 15 of the most popular and most traveled cities in the U.S.; Atlanta - Boston - Chicago - Denver - Honolulu - Las Vegas - Los Angeles - Miami/Fort Lauderdale - New Orleans - New York - Orlando - San Francisco - Santa Fe - Seattle - Washington. Compiled from the famous bestselling Frommer's Guides, the most up-to-date and valuable visitor information has been formatted and organized for instant access and ease to use. Reliable and detailed, Frommer's reports on accommodations and restaurants are clear and concise, with full listings of...
Philips CD-i - January 1, 1991
Jigsaw: The Ultimate Electronic Puzzle is a collection of digital Jigsaw puzzles. The game allows you to choose a picture from its library and select the number of pieces (3,000 to 15,000) and shape of the pieces. The game has a simple aid function that shows the correct location for a piece with a simple button press. The game is accompanied with a soothing New Age soundtrack.
Joint Operations: Typhoon Rising is a 2004 first-person shooter computer game from Novalogic that focuses almost entirely on its expansive online multiplayer mode. Set in Indonesia in the near future, Joint Operations takes the player to a country on the verge of disintegration. Regional independence movements have acquired advanced weaponry as the nation's military splits into competing factions. Escalating violence threatens innocent civilians and Western economic interests. Developed using the Black Hawk Down engine, Joint Operations promises superior rendering technology and an enhanced...
Apple IIGS - Released - 1990
Rastan Saga, released as Rastan outside of Japan, is a fantasy-themed side-scrolling action game originally released for the arcades in 1987 by Taito and later ported to various platforms. The player controls a barbarian warrior who has embarked on a quest to slay a dragon. While on his way to the dragon's lair, Rastan must fight hordes of enemy monsters based on mythical creatures such as chimeras and harpies. The controls of Rastan consists of an eight-way joystick and two buttons for attacking and jumping. By using the joystick in combination with either buttons, the player can...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 28, 1992
FUEL UP YOUR SUPER NINTNEDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM WITH THE ROCKETEER FROM IGS. Fire your thrusters and launch ace pilot Cliff Secord on his most challenging adventure ever. Fly, shoot or box your way through para-trooping rocketmen, Armored Flying Tanks and blizzards of bombs. Use his amazing rocket pack to defeat the enemy and rescue Jenny Blake from the clutches of nefarious villains. Rocket your way into the most realistic world in any game ever. State-of-the-art digitized graphics and spectacular stereo sound create an interactive movie experience. Battle through 4 different arcade...
Philips CD-i - Unreleased
Super Mario's Wacky Worlds is a canceled Mario platform video game developed by NovaLogic for the Philips CD-i system. The game was conceived as a sequel to Super Mario World
Wolfpack is a World War II submarine simulator published by Brøderbund in the 1990s, for Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS, and Macintosh. It simulates combat actions between wolf packs of German U-boats and convoys of Allied destroyers and merchant vessels in the Battle of the Atlantic.