Accolade

4th & Inches

4th & Inches

MS-DOS - Released - 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 World Trophy

4x4 World Trophy

Sony Playstation - Released - April 19, 2000

You have never broken suspension after a leap of two meters above a rock inadvertently found across the road?! It is time to remedy this unfortunate oversight:) Take control of the Hummer and you steep slopes and paths! A machine weighing several tons, or a simple buggy? Make your choice and ask your doctor for advice because, lumbar side, there may be the case. With over 25 different vehicles and tracks to the four corners of the world, you can ride your hump (avoid puns easy:) as a true pro Camel Trophy. Jeep Wrangler, Cherokee, Dodge Ram Charger ou encore Hummer,you'll probably be...

Altered Destiny

Altered Destiny

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

One fine day P. J. Barrett, an ordinary human being from the planet Earth, goes to a repair shop to fix his TV set. When he comes back for it, he accidentally picks up a wrong one. No big deal? Quite on the contrary. When the unsuspecting Mr. Barrett returns home and turns the TV on, he is sucked into a portal! One moment later he finds himself on the strange planet of Daltere. Naturally, this planet needs a savior: the evil alien Helmar has stolen an artifact known as the Jewel of Light, thus endangering the entire galaxy. Now our unlikely hero has to overcome various obstacles and to save...

Barkley Shut Up and Jam!

Barkley Shut Up and Jam!

Sega Genesis - June 1, 1994

In the game you play street basketball two-on-two with your friends on with computer. So there are no referees, no fouls, and no shot clock, but the teams called by the names of cities such as Phoenix or Chicago. You can choose your player from 16 available players, including Barkley himself.

Barkley Shut Up and Jam!

Barkley Shut Up and Jam!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1994

Hey, any fool can hoop in some stupid gym. I'm talking Street Ball! No pretty uniforms. NO REFS protecting your sorry self. Just you and me against some of the toughest street legends I've ever had the pleasure of busin' a move on. And THEY AIN'T ABOUT TO TAKE TRASH off some two-inch vertical leapin' momma's boy. You got that? So don't embarrass me. SHOW ME WHAT YOU GOT on seven of the nastiest blacktop's this side of North Philly.

Barkley Shut Up and Jam! 2

Barkley Shut Up and Jam! 2

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1995

This game is a sequel to Barkley: Shut Up and Jam!. It is a street basketball game which means no referees to enforce fouls and no shot clock to force a player to take a shot. The game features an exhibition and a tournament mode. In exhibition mode the player chooses 2 players out of a possible 10 to play in a 2 on 2 game. The game can either be played for 3 minutes, 5 minutes, or til the first team gets to either 21 or 50 points depending on what option is chosen.

Bubsy 3D

Bubsy 3D

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1996

Run jump swim and fly anywhere in huge 3D worlds full of zany humor and the Bubsy 'tude! Scrounge-up the 32 missing pieces of your escape rocket or kiss your homeworld goodbye! Shoot atoms and bop woolies clambos and 12 other wacky creatures as you rip into planet Rayon! Get your paws on a mess of atoms for extra lives bonus rounds and useful rocket fuel! Play "cat and mouse" in a unique 2-Player mode!

Bubsy II

Bubsy II

Sega Genesis - Released - 1994

A new historical theme park, the Amazotarium, has been made. Though impressive, the park's sinister technology is stealing away actual history and placing it on exhibit. Having taken his niece and nephew to the park, Bubsy loses them and is soon caught up in the evil plans of Oinker P. Hamm, who runs Amazaterium and wants to extort money from his unwitting customers who'll "pay anything to see their own history". Now, Bubsy needs to "humble" Oinker and close the fascinating-but-deadly Amazatorium before anyone faces a hairy ending.

Bubsy II

Bubsy II

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 3, 1994

Defeat droves of dive-bombing penguins! Squash squadrons of flying pigs! Trash tons of turbo-powered sheep! It's all waiting for you in this wacky, whirlwind adventure through the Amazatorium. Five wild worlds, four claw-biting levels of difficulty, three mind-boggling mini games, two hopelessly lost relatives, and one wise-cracking bobcat named BUBSY! - Toys! Bubsy has his very own Nerf Ballzooka action toy, a diving suit and a smart bomb. - Thirty levels filled with a bazillion bad guys. - Freedom! Thanks to his own portable hole, Bubsy can roam through any world any time. - Best...

Bubsy in: Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind

Bubsy in: Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind

Sega Genesis - Released - 1993

The plot focuses on a race of fabric-stealing aliens called "Woolies", who have stolen the world's yarn ball supply (especially Bubsy's, who owns the world's largest collection). Naturally, Bubsy does not take too kindly to the theft and sets out to "humble" the Woolies.

Bubsy Two-Fur

Bubsy Two-Fur

Windows - Released - December 17, 2015

Many thought Bubsy was lost to a legacy of shame obscurity after his cat-astrophic venture into 3-D, but he’s been given a new shot at video-game stardom with his first release of this meowllenium: Bubsy Two-Fur! Bubsy Two-Fur is the authorized digital download version of Bubsy’s first two games, and the first official Bubsy release since 1997! Relive the games that started the notorious career of Bubsy Bobcat in their original incarnations, and experience for yourself the cat-titude and purr-sonality of the first gaming mascot to have a digitized (and unforgettable) voice, one whose words...

Centipede

Centipede

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 30, 1998

The classic arcade hit CENTIPEDE comes to Game Boy Color in this slightly enhanced version of the old favorite. This one- or two-player game has you firing pesticide at an oncoming centipede that is threatening the garden. As the pest weaves its way through the mushrooms dispersed throughout the screen, you'll have to use strategy as well as quickness to fight it off. The classic gameplay is replicated perfectly in this arcade port. You can play two players competitively by alternating on a single Game Boy, or grab two copies of the game and a Game Boy Link Cable to cooperate against the buggy...

Combat Cars

Combat Cars

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1994

Combat Cars is a racing game in which the player not only competes with other cars, trying to outrun them, but also uses all kinds of weapons and gadgets to damage their opponents. In the beginning of the game, the player can choose one of the eight available characters. Each character has his/her own strengths and weaknesses (speed, car handling, etc.), as well as unique weapons. The weapons include a simple gun, glue spots they can leave to trap other cars, homing missile, and others. There are 24 different tracks available in the game. The player must complete them in a linear fashion, and...

Deadlock: Planetary Conquest

Deadlock: Planetary Conquest

Windows - Released - May 15, 1996

Deadlock: Planetary Conquest is a turn-based strategy computer game by Accolade. The game was officially released in 1996. The story revolves around eight races' struggle for control over the planet Gallius IV, which came to a deadlock. The races are Human, Cyth, Ch'Cht, Maug, Re’Lu, Uva Mosk, Tarth and Skirineen, although the latter are not a playable side. Tommo Inc. purchased the rights to this game and digitally publishes it through its Retroism brand in 2015.[1]

The Duel: Test Drive II

The Duel: Test Drive II

Sega Genesis - Released - March 1, 1992

In the sequel to Test Drive, you can play against the time or the computer. Choose between a Ferrari F-40 and a Porsche 959, and take on your opponent, who is in the other car. There is also traffic to avoid. Each stage has a different setting, including forests and mountains, with a wide range of hazards to dodge. The game is designed to allow for scenario disks. To finish a stage, you must stop at the gas station by yourself, which allows you to refuel.

Fast Break

Fast Break

Apple IIGS - Released - 1989

Fast Break is a s1989 video game developed and published by Accolade. It was released for the Amiga, Apple IIgs, Commodore 64, Macintosh and DOS.

Fight Night

Fight Night

Atari 7800 - Released - January 1, 1988

Strap on your boxing gloves, and step into the ring. Tonight you're going to test your prowess against the world's toughest fighters. To prepare for this event, you'll train in punching skills, footwork, timing, and sparring. Then you'll enter your fighters in championship matches and tournaments. As the tension mounts in the smoke-filled arena, you eye your contender warily. Be careful, and good luck. This could be your big night!

Fireteam Rogue

Fireteam Rogue

Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Fireteam Rogue is a cancelled action adventure game that was developed by Accolade for the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis, set for release sometime between 1994-1996. It seems that the project had to be canned for economic isssues. A couple of Alpha of this project were leaked online

Gunboat

Gunboat

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - January 1, 1992

Twist down treacherous jungle waters with eight tons of firepower and the threat of a deadly ambush around every bend. Command a Navy River Patrol Boat (PBR) in the most hostile and claustrophobic action -- riverine warfare! First hone your critical combat skills with gunnery, grenade and pilot practice. Then report for duty and equip your boat with the hottest weaponry for the mission. Take out enemy craft with twin armor-piercing .50 caliber machine guns. Blast land-based positions with 40mm grenades or fire your 60mm Mortar Launcher and get ready to hit the deck!

Hardball

Hardball

Apple II - 1985

Hardball is a baseball action game for one or two players. You can throw a variety of pitches from fast balls to curve balls, steal bases, select team members, and substitute players as the game is played.

HardBall!

HardBall!

Atari 800 - Released - 1985

HardBall! is the first in a series of popular baseball games. You can throw a variety of pitches from fast balls to curve balls, steal bases, select team members, and substitute players as the game is played.

Hardball!

Hardball!

Amstrad CPC - 1986

HardBall! is the first in a series of popular baseball games. You can throw a variety of pitches from fast balls to curve balls, steal bases, select team members, and substitute players as the game is played.

Law of The West

Law of The West

Apple II - August 19, 1985

Law of the West is a computer game for the Commodore 64, the Apple II family and the NES. It was one of Accolade's launch products and is the only game in Accolade's history to be designed by Accolade co-founder Alan Miller. Graphics were by Mimi Doggett and the music was by Ed Bogas. The game is a kind of graphical adventure game taking place in the American Old West. In Scandinavia the game was published by American Action. The entirety of the game happens in a small frontier town, and the player takes the role of the town's Sheriff. The scenes are located along the town's main street,...

Les Manley in: Search for the King

Les Manley in: Search for the King

Commodore Amiga - 1991

This is a classic text-parser-with-moving-onscreen-actors adventure game from the early 90's. In this game you are a tech specalist for a company. (Basically Les is the poster child for nerds all over the US.) Your goal is to win the Search for Elvis contest and win the heart of the girl of your dreams. You might even wind up a superstar.

Mean 18 Ultimate Golf

Mean 18 Ultimate Golf

Atari 7800 - Released - 1989

This is it! A hush falls over the California countryside as you stand on the eighteenth hole of Pebble Beach. You’re five long feet from the hole and you have a one-stroke lead in the biggest tournament of your life. Your caddy hands you your lucky putter. You line up your shot, and swing. The ball rolls slowly toward the hole. There’s a tense moment as it almost rings the cup. finally, the ball falls in. You retain your title!

Mike Ditka Power Football

Mike Ditka Power Football

Sega Genesis - October 4, 1991

Mike Ditka Power Football is an American football game for the Sega Mega Drive. It was released without a license from Sega.

Mini Putt

Mini Putt

Apple IIGS - September 18, 1987

Mini-Putt is a simulation of miniature golf developed by Artech Digital Entertainment and released by Accolade for various home computers and consoles in 1987. Mini-Putt is played on a variety of courses with traps, ricochets, and unusual green gradations

Test Drive: Off-Road 2

Test Drive: Off-Road 2

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1998

Test Drive Off-Road 2 follows the path set by 1997's Test Drive: Off-Road as you drive across twelve courses (based on six locales: Morocco, Hawaii, Mojave, Santa Cruz, Switzerland and Wales) in your quest to win races on the World Tour. This time twenty vehicles are available to choose from, but before you can get behind the wheel, you'll have to purchase them with credits earned from winning races. Some of the licensed vehicles include a Hummer, Dodge Ram, Jeep Wrangler, Ford Explorer, Jeep Cherokee, Range Rover, Ford F-150 and a Dodge T-Rex. The World Tour consists of five events divided...

Test Drive: Off-Road 3

Test Drive: Off-Road 3

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1999

Test Drive Off-Road 3 is a off-road racing game that features 27 fully-licensed sport utility vehicles to race in (from manufacturers like Jeep, Nissan and Ford), with different attributes such as top speed, handling, acceleration and suspension. The vehicles are customizable: you can change color, engine, tires, suspension and some special upgrades (which are purchased with credits earned after championship races). There are 11 off-road tracks in different environments (forests, mountains, etc.), which can be raced in two game modes: Arcade (single-race) and World Tour (championship).

The Third Courier

The Third Courier

Apple IIGS - Released - September 18, 1990

The Third Courier is set in the era of the 'cold war', and the action takes place in Germany. The player is an American spy, and his mission is to recover stolen NATO defense plans. You start off in your apartment, which contains a computer, bugging equipment and an answerphone, as well as useful items such as money and a passport. A compass on screen is used to move around, with symbols appearing on the left and right of the status screen to indicate when something important is to the west or east of you. You will have to explore the city streets, with the aid of taxis and the...

Turrican

Turrican

Sega Genesis - February 15, 1991

From beyond the edge of darkness, evil incarnate is back. He is Morgul, master of all the fears and nightmares of mankind. As a world trembles in sleepless terror, a single warrior emerges - you are Turrican! Battle through the five worlds of darkness encountering thunder and storm, mechanical monsters, hidden rooms, awesome end of level guardians, reptillian beasts, and anywhere... the unexpected! Featuring 13 levels with over 1,300 screens, 10 hi-tech weapons systems, multi-directional scrolling, 20 musically excellent soundtracks, countless special effects and bonus features, and 50...

Unnecessary Roughness '95

Unnecessary Roughness '95

Sega Genesis - August 24, 1994

Unnecessary Roughness '95 is your average football game featuring both single plays against the computer or a friend, and full-fledged seasons, including playoffs and Super Bowls. The main attraction to the game however is a "Construction Set" option which allows you to create everything for your own team, to your playbook and tournaments. You can even do your own team's logo and import/export your creations to trade with your friends.

WarpSpeed

WarpSpeed

Sega Genesis - June 1, 1993

The player takes control of a starpilot with a mission to defend star bases from a fleet of invading alien warships. The game takes place from a cockpit perspective from one of four starfighters; the Stinger, Striker, Stalker,or Slasher. The game has 7 battle scenarios and a 4 scenario campaign mode. The starfighter ships come equipped with a computer, engine, shield, weapons, and missiles which can be damaged from enemy combatants or space debris like asteroids. The ship also comes with a Long Range Scanner, which shows the locations of enemies on the map. The map itself is made up of 64...

WarpSpeed

WarpSpeed

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1992

In Your Face Combat Against A Swarming Alien Armada! WarpSpeed's incredible 3-D graphics and cockpit perspective put you so close to the combat that your eyebrows may get fried. You're the bad dude of deep space, piloting a hyper-fast, heavily armed Starfighter against the evil Alien Horde. Your mission? Blow the crater faced mutants back to their black holes before they can burn Earth to a crisp.

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