Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 20, 1995
Air Cavalry is a one or two-player, dual mode-7 game in which each player controls a high-tech helicopter gunship. Flying above the desert, ocean or jungle, the players will accomplish a series of missions from recon to full assault. Recon missions will use the OH-6 Defender. Transport and rescue missions will use the UH-60 Black Hawk. Attack missions will use either the AH-64H Apache or the futuristic AH-94. Air Cavalry. Choose from three theaters of of operations with six to eight missions of increasing danger and complexity. Practice in the training mission, climb into your automated...
MS-DOS - Released - 1993
A quasi-adventure based on the movie The Beverly Hillbillies, which in turn was based on the movie of the same name, and not the television show. The player takes control of Jed Clampett after his unexpected discovery of oil, and help him build a new life in Beverly Hills, only to find out that two criminals targeted him as a blackmail victim.
MS-DOS - Released - July 31, 1997
Birthright: The Gorgon's Alliance is a turn-based strategy game where the player is one of the heirs to a throne, a descendant of the royal bloodline on a quest to take over the world. Players take on the role of ruler, or regent as they are called in Birthright, of a nation in the Land of Anuire on the continent of Cerilia. The objective of the game is to gather power and influence while the other regents try the same. In order to accomplish this objective, the player may use warfare, diplomacy, magic, manipulation of holdings such as guilds and temples, the establishment of trade...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 28, 1995
Battle in the air for control of the sea. As a Japanese or American World War II pilot, attack the enemy's ships in fighters, dive bombers, or torpedo bombers. Outfit an entire squadron in one of the seven campaign wars. But it won't be easy. Your opponent will send up defense fighters, and shoot you out of the sky with anti-aircraft fire. Destroy your target in brilliant split screen mode-7 graphics, and then, somehow coax your battered planes to your aircraft carrier. No time for rest; prepare your defenses because the enemy is coming after you. Play against the computer or a friend in this...
MS-DOS - Released - 1993
Interactive education through the eyes of secret agent. You are the spy, who directed to one of the European countries to find out secret case. Each case is different and to solve the case you have to composite a puzzle items, which are given to you for the correct answers. Informers from different cities tell you something specific about country and then you need to answer a corresponding question correctly. If your answer is correct then you gain another clue and maybe puzzle item. After completing a puzzle you are tested by your boss. If you are successful then your rank is raised.
MS-DOS - Released - 1991
Conan the Cimmerian was living happily as a blacksmith with his wife in the village of Irskuld, Cimmeria...until one fateful day. A group of horsemen raided his village...Conan was knocked unconscious, awakening only to find his wife and his friends butchered in the aftermath. Conan discovers architect of the slaughter was a wizard named Thoth Amon, a high priest of Cult of Set. Sword in hand, vengeance aflame, Conan now travels south in the land of Hyborea to the city of Shadizar. Here his journey of vengeance begins... Conan: The Cimmerian is an action-adventure game with some RPG...
Apple II - Released - August 5, 1982
Crisis Mountain is a classic platform game. Your task is to defuse bombs left by terrorists in mountain caverns when a dormant volcano above starts erupting unexpectedly. Time is limited as the bombs are ticking towards detonation. It contains nine levels of play.
Windows - November 30, 1997
Stoked by the forges of Hellfire™ burns the first and only authorized expansion of the Diablo™ universe. This fiery new tale finds you face-to-face with the evil of Na-Krul. Once the servant of Diablo, now this hideous demon plans to depose his master as the lord of all evil. In this all-new single player missing, you alone must descend into new levels of danger. Exploring never-before-seen depths of savage brutality. Gain new weapons, powers and strengths in the attempt to defeat the demon Na-Krul. Then, if you live, battle an even stronger Diablo than ever before
Apple II - August 8, 1981
Escape from Arcturus is essentially two games in one. There is the Space Fortress game and there is the Escape game. In the Space Fortress game you play the commander of the last remaining defense satellite which, naturally, is surrounded by aggressive aliens bent on destroying you and your outpost
Windows - Released - 1996
"Still the champ of football sims." - PC Gamer. The best-selling football game on CD-ROM now sports modem and network play, allowing you to challenge friends head-to-head in a gridiron battle. Whether you're calling plays, blitzing the quarterback or throwing a long bomb, the competition will be fierce but an on-line victory is just a game away. With individual player Artificial Intelligence and motion-captured movements, no other football sim is as genuine or comprehensive. Every pass, every run, every bone-shattering tackle looks, moves and feels authentic. From the first...
Apple II - February 27, 1982
Published by Synergistic Software, the games manual states: "You command the crew of the submarine Microbe, which has been shrunk to microscopic size and injected into the human body. Perhaps a blood clot in the brain threatens your patient's life. Find a way through the maze-like lungs, liver, heart, etcc, and fight off bacteria, funcgi, parasties, viruses, body defenses, and more!"
Apple II - August 25, 1980
Odyssey: The Compleat Apventure was a videogame written by Robert Clardy and released by Synergistic Software in 1980. It was created for the Apple II platform and is considered one of the first microcomputer-based role-playing video games. The title was intentionally misspelled; Apventure is a reference to the Apple computer. A forerunner of Akalabeth and Ultima, Odyssey was a multi-part adventure game that placed the player in the role of the leader of an army who sets out to vanquish an evil wizard. Elements of Dungeons & Dragons can be found within the game, which combines elements of...
Commodore Amiga - 1988
This vertically scrolling shoot 'em up varies from the standard for this style of game, as it also features a degree of horizontal scrolling. The screen area moves across as you reach the edge of the screen and reveals a whole new range of enemies. These include lots of static turrets as well as cannon-fodder waves of enemies. There are 6 levels and each level starts and ends with you travelling through a tunnel, and emerging on the other side faced with a new graphical setting, be it industrial, space or woodland. After clearing the last level the tunnel leads back to the first level, so...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1994
Spectre, a one or two player game played in a virtual world, puts the player into a futuristic Battletank, fighting for survival in a cybernet battleworld. You'll be in control as you sit in your fully customizable Battlecraft, armed and shielded with every futuristic tank-like feature available to man. As you power around the Cyber Arena you will battle against your Enemy Robot opponents, whose small unit combat tactics are driven by powerful realtime artificial intelligence. While stalking the enemy you must collect all flags to advance to higher levels. Replenishing your energy and ammo is...
Apple IIGS - 1991
Spirit of Excalibur is a 1990 role-playing game developed by Synergistic Software and published by Virgin Mastertronic, Inc. for DOS, Amiga, Atari ST, Apple IIGS and Apple Macintosh computers. The player is in control of a host of characters with the goal of uniting Sub-Roman Britain under a single king and defending the kingdom. The game was followed by the sequel Vengeance of Excalibur in 1991.
Commodore CDTV - Released - 1991
Spirit of Excalibur is a 1990 role-playing game developed by Synergistic Software and published by Virgin Mastertronic for MS-DOS, Amiga, Atari ST, Apple IIGS and Macintosh. The player is in control of a host of characters with the goal of uniting Sub-Roman Britain under a single king and defending the kingdom. The game was followed by the sequel Vengeance of Excalibur in 1991.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993
Discover the thrill of commanding your own naval fleet of warships with this brand new spin on the classic Battleship game. Super Battleship gives you all the tough challenges of the original, plus a whole new arsenal of weapons and features. Ride the high seas with graphics so real the rookies may get sea-sick. Fire your torpedoes, aim your biggest guns and hold onto your brains as you blast your way through every battle. A challenging Campaign Scenario tests your skills in naval warfare strategy. Seek out your hidden enemy before he finds you! But hide your fleet well, or you may find your...
Sega Genesis - Released - February 18, 1993
Super Battleship is a Board game, developed by Synergistic Software and published by Mindscape Inc., which was released in 1993.
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1987
A platform shooter from Japan, Thexder offers many levels and diverse enemies that gradually increase in difficulty. You pilot a Battletech-style robot capable of switching from a mech into a jet at any time. Your weapon auto-aims, but uses up a fixed amount of rechargeable energy; if you run out of this energy, you'll have to wait a few seconds before you can fire again. Your mech also contains a shield that can be activated to protect you from harm, but this lasts for a few seconds and uses up some of your life energy.
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992
This follow-on to Arthurian RPG adventure Spirit of Excalibur, Vengeance of Excalibur picks up where the old one ended. While power in Britain has been restored after the death of King Arthur and the destruction of evil sorceress Morgan Le Fay a terrible force has been unleashed. The demonic Shadowmaster, a dark summoning of the slain witch, is terrorizing Britain entrapping the King and stealing the fair court enchantress, Nineve. You must command the knights of the kingdom to find and destroy the vile beast. The gameplay takes place in seven acts or episodes and features a mix of RPG and...
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989
J.R.R. Tolkien's War in Middle Earth is the 16-bit game with additional adventuring features compared to the 8-bit version, loosely depicting the events of the One Ring from the Shire to Mt. Doom. The game starts with the three hobbits: Frodo, Sam, and Pippin surrounded by nine individual units of Nazgul near the Shire. Although the first task is to travel to Rivendell, the player is free to decide how heroes and armies progress, despite the in-game conventional storyline. Victory is attained by successfully sending the ring bearer to Mt. Doom - how this accomplished is completely up to the...
Apple IIGS - Released - 1989
War in Middle Earth is a real-time strategy game released for the ZX Spectrum, MSX, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, MS-DOS, Commodore Amiga, Apple IIGS, and Atari ST in 1988 by Australian company Melbourne House.