Commodore Amiga - Homebrew - 1994
Clever Carusoe must collect all the gold from each of the four levels. Once he picks up a piece of gold he must get back to his home before the time runs out. He can only carry one piece of gold at a time. The guards will speed up and try to chase Carusoe when he picks up the gold. Avoid the guards or he will lose a life. Watch the time, you don't have forever!
Windows - Released - October 1, 1999
Twenty years ago, your parents opened the Reed Hotel, and were mysteriously killed shortly after. Now, against all advice, your brother has decided to re-open it... and he's gone missing. You must explore the evil place to save him, and try to escape with your life. What lurks in the bowels of the Hotel's basement? What secrets do the rooms in the upper floors hold? As Kyle Reed, you'll explore from a first person perspective. To move from screen to screen, click on green areas that appear on-screen. Interaction is handled by the use of various icons that appear over "hot spots" or objects, very similar to The 7th Guest. The game is divided into 8 chapters (or "levels"). Should you die, you'll either be exited from the game or be able to restart the previous chapter. There are multiple endings based upon your actions within the game.
Atari Jaguar - Released - 1994
It is the future, and the earth has been covered with wastelands and cities. The powerful, faceless Iron First Corporation has replaced the last forms of free government. Now, they are developing a new, 42-foot, armed robot known as the Iron Soldier. With the Iron Soldier, no one will be able to stop the Iron First Corporation. The only hope is the Resistance, a group that has managed to capture one of the Iron Soldier prototypes. You are a pilot for the Resistance. It's up to you to pilot the robot and bring down the Iron Fist. Iron Soldier is a mech sim played from an in-cockpit view. There are 16 single player missions. Objectives involve taking out certain targets, defending convoys, collecting items, and so on.
Atari Jaguar - Released - December 1, 1997
Iron Soldier 2 puts you back in the pilot's seat of a 42 foot tall humanoid war machine. The old Iron Fist corporation is gone, and a new democratic republic has been set up. The peace is short lived, though. Iron Fist's rival, PENTA corporation, is now threatening the United Republic's stability. You are a pilot for the United Republic, and must stop PENTA's advances. Iron Soldier 2 plays similarly to the first game. You have new weapons, new enemies, and 20 super-challenging missions to contend with. Originally released on CD, Telegames later released this cartridge version, featuring the same gameplay as the CD version, but lacking music as well as having had the FMV sequences replaced with still images due to space constraints.
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990
Amiga and Atari ST version of Last Ninja Remix was a remake, with both graphical and sound enhancements, of The Last Ninja, first game of the saga, that was never published for 16 bit computers. You are the last living member of your ninja clan after they were brutally slaughtered. Now, you seek to exact revenge on the evil shogun responsible. The Last Ninja is an action/adventure game set in medieval Japan. The game is shown in isometric view, and the eponymous ninja can walk in four directions, jump, fight the enemies and collect necessary items on his way.
Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984
The pyramids of ancient Egypt are known to be full of treasure, but it will take a brave man to uncover them, as the spirits have sent guardians to protect them. In this game you play an archaeologist, and mummies are after you. You have to run through a matrix (inside a pyramid), and make sure you unveil every treasure by walking around all 4 sides of each square. It's presented in a 2D top down view.
MS-DOS - Released - 1995
Tyrian is a shoot 'em up with a complex plot. You play the role of Trent Hawkings, this galaxy's ace solo fighter-pilot, whose luck forces him to save the galaxy, one time after another. Again and again, Trent must fight off MicroSol, a company with the evil intent of taking over the galaxy. Through your struggles, you will find yourself again and again betrayed by friends and allies, your parents will be killed and you will have to return to points you've already been to (with variations on the levels) in order to remove further threats to the galaxy and to yourself, all for the ultimate goal of overthrowing MicroSol. Tyrian also has two player arcade mode and supports network/modem/serial play. It features a multi-layered ship upgrade engine, in which you can change hulls, decide upon and upgrade your front and rear weapons, buy better shields and generators and even add ship "sidekicks". Tyrian's complete arsenal amound to over a dozen type of ships and over 100 weapon types.
Atari ST - Released - 1990
Wings of Death is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up originally released on the Atari ST and then ported to the Amiga. The plot is that the player, Sagyr is the victim of a spell by the evil witch queen Xandrilla that has transformed him into a bat. The player now must defeat the queen once and for all in order to be transformed back into a human being. Sagyr must battle through 7 levels of mayhem and in the process can transform into a total of 5 winged creatures in order to defeat his enemy.