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4x4 Off-Road Racing

4x4 Off-Road Racing

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

As well as recreating off road racing, this game has considerable capability to upgrade your vehicle. There are four choices of vehicle on offer, each of which has its own weight/top-speed/build strength and so on, and thus is suited to different circuits. You can also buy upgrades and repairs, including carrying some spares. There are four completely different types of course, each taking place on a different surface - Mud, Ice, Desert and Mountains. Each of these is littered with hazards, which can either be painstakingly avoided, or driven through (with the resultant risk of damage).

Alien Garden

Alien Garden

Atari 800 - Released - 1982

One of the earliest 'Software Toys', Alien Garden is set on a scrolling planet consisting mainly of 24 clusters of crystals, representing flowers. You control an embryonic life-form and must ensure its survival and reproduction through up to 20 generations. Through trial and error, you must find which of the crystals are food, which of them grow when you sting them, and which of them are fatal to touch. Depending on this, you can use either your tail, stinger or wings to make contact with them. Every time you boot the game, the behaviour of the crystals changes, emphasising the need for...

Battle Bugs

Battle Bugs

Sony Playstation - Released - April 22, 1999

Battle Bugs is a unique real-time tactics video game developed for the DOS and Windows by Epyx and released by Sierra On-Line in 1994. There was also a lesser known PlayStation version of the game that was released in Japan in 1997. The game details a war of one group of insects battling against another. The battlefields are common household places such as the kitchen floor or the backyard. The player must navigate his (or her) bugs, each with special skills, and engage the enemies’ bugs. The main objective of each battle is to either eradicate all of the enemy bugs or 'capture' every...

Battle Bugs

Battle Bugs

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

A very unique real-time strategy game. It's only semi-real-time, because it's possible to pause the action at any moment. The player commands 22 different insects in a long campaign (56 missions) against the computer-AI or a human opponent.

California Games

California Games

Commodore Amiga - Released - February 1, 1989

California Games was the original "Extreme Games" – what today's generation might call "X-Games in the sun". Players can select sponsors (absent in some versions) and compete in events such as skateboarding, footbag, surfing, roller skating, flying disc (frisbee) and BMX. The surfing event is ranked by judges, which give a score to help the players improve their routine.

California Games

California Games

MS-DOS - Released - February 23, 1988

Get ready for the gnarliest, most radically awesome sports events under the sun! They're six of California's hottest games. Geared for daredevils - and guaranteed to get your adrenaline pumping! First, pick your sponsor. Then tackle the heavy competition in surfing, rollerskating, BMX bike racing and more. Take risks to score high, 'cause wimps wipe out! Trophies are awarded for single events and overall competition! So grab your gear and go for it. You'll be up to your jams in awesome action. And you just might walk away with first prize!

California Games

California Games

Atari ST

California Games was the original "Extreme Games" – what today's generation might call "X-Games in the sun". Players can select sponsors (absent in some versions) and compete in events such as skateboarding, footbag, surfing, roller skating, flying disc (frisbee) and BMX. The surfing event is ranked by judges, which give a score to help the players improve their routine. The Atari versions (2600 and Lynx) of the game omit the flying disc and roller skating events, while the Genesis version omits only the flying disc event.

California Games II

California Games II

Atari ST

California Games II is the sequel to the smash hit 1988 game. This time you compete in: hang-gliding, jetski, skateboarding, body boarding and snow boarding.

California Games II

California Games II

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Yo Dudes! We're back... With five new events straight from the land of sand, surf, sunshine and, of course, some pretty great-looking scenery, too... If you know what we mean.

California Games II

California Games II

Commodore Amiga - Released - October 1, 1992

California Games II is the sequel to the smash hit 1988 game. This time you compete in: hang-gliding, jetski, skateboarding, body boarding and snow boarding.

Chip's Challenge

Chip's Challenge

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Nerdy Chip desperately wants to join the "Bit Busters" computer club, led by Melinda the Mental Marvel. However, before she'll let him in, he must prove his intelligence by passing the initiation test. 149 increasingly difficult levels, including a few hidden ones, await Chip in this tile-based puzzle game. Use tools such as keys, and special shoes to bypass obstacles. Manipulate switches to and use dirt blocks to build bridges across waterways. Avoid enemy creatures, grab all the computer chips in the level, and hurry to the exit: On top of everything else, there's a time limit!

Chip's Challenge

Chip's Challenge

Windows 3.X - Released - 1991

Nerdy Chip desperately wants to join the "Bit Busters" computer club, led by Melinda the Mental Marvel. However, before she'll let him in, he must prove his intelligence by passing the initiation test. 149 increasingly difficult levels, including a few hidden ones, await Chip in this tile-based puzzle game. Use tools such as keys, and special shoes to bypass obstacles. Manipulate switches to and use dirt blocks to build bridges across waterways. Avoid enemy creatures, grab all the computer chips in the level, and hurry to the exit: On top of everything else, there's a time limit!

Chip's Challenge

Chip's Challenge

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Nerdy Chip desperately wants to join the "Bit Busters" computer club, led by Melinda the Mental Marvel. However, before she'll let him in, he must prove his intelligence by passing the initiation test. 149 increasingly difficult levels, including a few hidden ones, await Chip in this tile-based puzzle game. Use tools such as keys, and special shoes to bypass obstacles. Manipulate switches to and use dirt blocks to build bridges across waterways. Avoid enemy creatures, grab all the computer chips in the level, and hurry to the exit: On top of everything else, there's a time limit!

Chip's Challenge

Chip's Challenge

Atari ST - Released - 1990

Nerdy Chip desperately wants to join the "Bit Busters" computer club, led by Melinda the Mental Marvel. However, before she'll let him in, he must prove his intelligence by passing the initiation test. 149 increasingly difficult levels, including a few hidden ones, await Chip in this tile-based puzzle game. Use tools such as keys, and special shoes to bypass obstacles. Manipulate switches to and use dirt blocks to build bridges across waterways. Avoid enemy creatures, grab all the computer chips in the level, and hurry to the exit: On top of everything else, there's a time limit!

Destroyer

Destroyer

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Destroyer is a 2D naval simulation. Players take the role of a captain controlling a United States Navy Destroyer class vessel. During World War II, the player has to command several Destroyer operations: Subhunter missions Rescue missions Blockade runnings Bombardment missions Scout operations Convoy escort

Destroyer

Destroyer

MS-DOS - Released - 1987

Destroyer is a 2D naval simulation. Players take the role of a captain controlling a United States Navy Destroyer class vessel. During World War II, the player has to command several Destroyer operations: Subhunter missions Rescue missions Blockade runnings Bombardment missions Scout operations Convoy escort

The Games: Summer Edition

The Games: Summer Edition

Apple II - Released - 1988

You start as a member of the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team to compete at the Olympic Summer Games. You can play eight events, including Velodrome Sprint Cycling, Hurdles, Pole Vault, Hammer-throw, Uneven Parallel Bars, Rings, Archery, and Springboard Diving. You can practice each event separately or play the whole competition. The game also features a multiple player option, this makes it a nice party game. If you are alone, you can compete against the computer. If you're stuck in an event, or want to get better, just take the coaching book (= the manual) and read how you can make more...

The Games: Summer Edition

The Games: Summer Edition

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

You start as a member of the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team to compete at the Olympic Summer Games. You can play eight events, including Velodrome Sprint Cycling, Hurdles, Pole Vault, Hammer-throw, Uneven Parallel Bars, Rings, Archery, and Springboard Diving. You can practice each event separately or play the whole competition. The game also features a multiple player option, this makes it a nice party game. If you are alone, you can compete against the computer. If you're stuck in an event, or want to get better, just take the coaching book (= the manual) and read how you can make more...

The Games: Summer Edition

The Games: Summer Edition

Commodore Amiga - Released - November 1, 1989

You start as a member of the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team to compete at the Olympic Summer Games. You can play eight events, including Velodrome Sprint Cycling, Hurdles, Pole Vault, Hammer-throw, Uneven Parallel Bars, Rings, Archery, and Springboard Diving. You can practice each event separately or play the whole competition. The game also features a multiple player option, this makes it a nice party game. If you are alone, you can compete against the computer. If you're stuck in an event, or want to get better, just take the coaching book (= the manual) and read how you can make more...

The Games: Winter Edition

The Games: Winter Edition

Commodore Amiga - Released - May 1, 1989

Once again Epyx invites players to compete in winter Olympics. This time there are 8 events which can be played, which are: Figure Skating, Cross Country Skiing, Speed Skating, Ski Jumping, Slalom, Downhill Skiing and Luge. Up to 8 players can either play the complete Olympics, compete in one or more events or simply practice an event. Some events can be played simultaneously (Cross Country Skiing, Slalom and Speed Skating) while the others have to be played one after another.

The Games: Winter Edition

The Games: Winter Edition

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

Once again Epyx invites players to compete in winter Olympics. This time there are 8 events which can be played, which are: Figure Skating, Cross Country Skiing, Speed Skating, Ski Jumping, Slalom, Downhill Skiing and Luge. Up to 8 players can either play the complete Olympics, compete in one or more events or simply practice an event. Some events can be played simultaneously (Cross Country Skiing, Slalom and Speed Skating) while the others have to be played one after another.

Gates of Zendocon

Gates of Zendocon

Atari Lynx - Released - 1989

The evil spider Zendocon has trapped you in its web of universes. Your mission is to defeat Zendocon's droids and brave the 51 universes to fight Zendocon itself to the death! Gates of Zendocon is a side-scrolling shooter very similar to the original arcade shooter of this type, Scramble. Unlike Scramble, however, there are 51 game areas in total, but the player fights through a subset of them through branches, choosing the next area to visit. Some aliens will join you when shot (power-ups). Alien bases in each area allow you to repair your weapons and shield, but landing at the wrong...

Gateway to Apshai

Gateway to Apshai

Atari 5200 - Unreleased - 1983

Turmoil rocks the land and the only salvation lies in the magic of the Temple of Apshai. Unfortunately the location of this temple has gotten lost in time. Furthermore, many heros dispatched to seek it have been slain. A legend speaks that only the blood of the greatest hero of Apshai's greatest hero will be able to reclaim the lost Temple of Apshai. Unfortunately this "greatest hero" has also perished. But all hope is not lost, for the wise man, Merlis has found the hero's son, whose blood is still able to fulfill the prophesy. With great haste, Merlis brings the youngster to the dungeon pits...

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Sony PSP - Released - August 31, 2007

In six hours the evil Professor Elvin Atombender's nuclear missiles will launch and destroy strategic locations on the earth. Only one agent can infiltrate his secret base and undertake this Impossible Mission. The goal of Impossible Mission is to acquire nine passwords and bring these to Atombender's Control Room in time to shut down the rockets. Unfortunately these passcodes (contained on punch cards) have been broken into four pieces each, and each piece hidden in computers, furniture, and waste bins throughout the base. On top of that Atombender has an entire army of robots patrolling...

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Apple II - Released - 1984

You play a secret agent on a quest to stop the evil Professor Elvin Atombender, who is believed to be tampering with national security computers. You must penetrate Atombender's stronghold, avoid his deadly robot creations, and acquire various pieces of a password to use in the main control room. You have 6 hours to complete the game; 10 minutes are lost each time you die and 2 minutes are expended if you use the help function on your portable computer. The robots, rooms, and puzzle pieces will be switched around when starting over which provides replay value.

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Atari 7800 - Released - 1986

Impossible Mission has the user play a secret agent - attempting to stop an evil genius. Professor Elvin Atombender is believed to be tampering with national security computers. The player must penetrate Atombender's stronghold, racing against the clock to search the installation for pieces which form a password, all the while avoiding his deadly robots. Once in possession of all the password pieces, the player must correctly assemble the password pieces together and use the completed password in the main control room door - where the evil professor is hiding. One finds password pieces by...

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Enterprise - Released - 1986

You play a secret agent on a quest to stop the evil Professor Elvin Atombender, who is believed to be tampering with national security computers. You must penetrate Atombender's stronghold, avoid his deadly robot creations, and acquire various pieces of a password to use in the main control room. You have 6 hours to complete the game; 10 minutes are lost each time you die and 2 minutes are expended if you use the help function on your portable computer. The robots, rooms, and puzzle pieces will be switched around when starting over which provides replay value.

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1986

You play a secret agent on a quest to stop the evil Professor Elvin Atombender, who is believed to be tampering with national security computers. You must penetrate Atombender's stronghold, avoid his deadly robot creations, and acquire various pieces of a password to use in the main control room. The robots, rooms, and puzzle pieces will be switched around when starting over which provides replay value.

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Sega Master System - Released - 1990

You play a secret agent on a quest to stop the evil Professor Elvin Atombender, who is believed to be tampering with national security computers. You must penetrate Atombender's stronghold, avoid his deadly robot creations, and acquire various pieces of a password to use in the main control room. You have 6 hours to complete the game; 10 minutes are lost each time you die and 2 minutes are expended if you use the help function on your portable computer. The robots, rooms, and puzzle pieces will be switched around when starting over which provides replay value.

Jumpman

Jumpman

Apple II - Released - 1983

Jumpman is a bomb disposal expert. He is called on to save the Jupiter headquarters after the evil Alienators invade it and booby-trap its 30 levels. In this early platform game, the titular hero must find his way around each screen, collecting every bomb. There are platforms and ladders to use, and a jet booster to propel you up the screen. However there are also enemies to avoid, and Jumpman must be careful not to fall too far.

Jumpman

Jumpman

MS-DOS - Released - 1984

Jumpman is a bomb disposal expert. He is called on to save the Jupiter headquarters after the evil Alienators invade it and booby-trap its 30 levels. In this early platform game, the titular hero must find his way around each screen, collecting every bomb. There are platforms and ladders to use, and a jet booster to propel you up the screen. However there are also enemies to avoid, and Jumpman must be careful not to fall too far.

Jumpman

Jumpman

Atari 800 - Released - 1983

Jumpman is a platform game written by Randy Glover and released by Epyx in 1983. Randy Glover has stated that Points are awarded for each bomb defused, with bonus points available for completing a level quickly. Donkey Kong was the original inspiration for Jumpman.

Jumpman Junior

Jumpman Junior

Atari 800 - 1983

Jumpman Junior is the sequel to Jumpman and features similar gameplay with all new levels. As Jumpman, your goal is to disarm all of the bombs on the level before time runs out. Each level consists of a variety of platforms, ladders, and ropes you will need to jump and climb to reach the bombs. To make the game more challenging, a bullet will fire on the screen from time to time which will cause Jumpman to lose a life if hit. Each level has a different theme to it, and a few also have additional dangers as well. You will encounter deadly fires, the bouncing hellstones, moving ladders,...

Jumpman Junior

Jumpman Junior

Commodore 64 - Released - October 1, 1983

The object of the game is to defuse all bombs in a platform-filled screen. Jumpman defuses a bomb by touching it. According to the story, these are placed on Jupiter by terrorists. Jumpman can climb up and down ladders, and of course jump, and there are two kinds of rope each allowing a single direction of climbing only. Hazards include falling, "smart darts" (small bullets that fly slowly across the screen, but when orthogonally lined up with Jumpman, greatly speed up and shoot straight in his direction) and other hazards that are unique to a certain level. Points are awarded for each bomb...

Jumpman Junior

Jumpman Junior

Atari 5200 - Unreleased - 1983

Jumpman Junior is the sequel to Jumpman and features similar gameplay with all new levels. As Jumpman, your goal is to disarm all of the bombs on the level before time runs out. Each level consists of a variety of platforms, ladders, and ropes you will need to jump and climb to reach the bombs. To make the game more challenging, a bullet will fire on the screen from time to time which will cause Jumpman to lose a life if hit. Each level has a different theme to it, and a few also have additional dangers as well. You will encounter deadly fires, the bouncing hellstones, moving ladders,...

Mind-Roll

Mind-Roll

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

In Mind-Roll you play a rolling eyeball in an attempt to find your way through numerous mazes. Each maze features different puzzles to solve and objects such as keys to collect in order to find the destination. There is a limited amount of time to solve each maze.

Mind-Roll

Mind-Roll

TRS-80 Color Computer - Released - 1989

Mind-Roll is an original maze style game, that appeared on several platforms (PC and Amiga) before it came to the Coco, and was also called Quedex on some platforms when it was first released in 1987. The Coco cartridge is a "fat binary" cartridge... it contains both the Coco 1/2 and the Coco 3 specfic versions.

The Movie Monster Game

The Movie Monster Game

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

Play the monster in Epyx's follow up to Crush, Crumble and Chomp! Smash London, Paris, New York, Moscow or San Francisco with your choice of one of 6 giant monsters, including the officially licensed Godzilla, Tarantula or a Robot. Five different plots including escape, rescue, or destroy a landmark. Pesky tiny humans try to stop you with tanks, jets, missiles, etc. While all these basic thematic elements of Crush, Crumble and Chomp! have been carried over, the game does not use the same strategy game orders system for movement of your monster. Instead, you can now freely move your monster...

The Movie Monster Game

The Movie Monster Game

Apple II - Released - 1987

The Movie Monster Game is a 1986 computer game by Epyx. It was released for the Apple II and Commodore 64. Play the monster in Epyx's follow up to Crush, Crumble and Chomp! Smash London, Paris, New York, Moscow or San Francisco with your choice of one of 6 giant monsters, including the officially licensed Godzilla, Tarantula or a Robot. Five different plots including escape, rescue, or destroy a landmark. Pesky tiny humans try to stop you with tanks, jets, missiles, etc. While all these basic thematic elements of Crush, Crumble and Chomp! have been carried over, the game does not use the...

Oil Barons

Oil Barons

MS-DOS - Released - 1983

Oil Barons is a turn based strategy game for one to eight players. The object of the game is to accumulate the most wealth by locating and drilling for oil. During the game you will need to survey different lands ranging from the arctic to the desert for oil potential, choose the best sites and drill! Congress may pass bills from time to time which forbid drilling in parks and other reserved lands, which may or may not affect a players strategy. Several modes of gameplay are featured, including regular classic, reality mode (oil locations are more randomized at the beginning of the game, and...

Pitstop

Pitstop

Atari 800 - Released - 1983

Pitstop is a 1983 racing video game developed and published by Epyx for the Atari 8-bit family, ColecoVision, Coleco Adam, and Commodore 64. A sequel, Pitstop II, was released in 1984. Pitstop is an action racing game featuring six different race tracks. Your goal is to earn as much money as possible by winning races in the Grand Circuit which consists of a race on each of the six tracks; each time a race is completed, you'll earn money based on how you placed and the number of laps completed before moving on. While you are racing, keep an eye on your tires and fuel; if your tires become...

Pitstop

Pitstop

ColecoVision - Released - November 1, 1983

Pitstop is an action racing game featuring six different race tracks. Your goal is to earn as much money as possible by winning races in the Grand Circuit which consists of a race on each of the six tracks; each time a race is completed, you'll earn money based on how you placed and the number of laps completed before moving on. While you are racing, keep an eye on your tires and fuel; if your tires become too worn (causing a blowout) or you run out of fuel, the game will be over. To prevent this from happening, you'll need to make a pitstop. Here you control the pit crew and can replace tires...

Silicon Warrior

Silicon Warrior

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

You are one of the Silicon Warriors, and your mission is to program five of the chips in a row - vertically, horizontally, or diagonally before any of your opponents can do the same. They will try to beat you to the task and steal the program or destroy you with laser fire, or you might even be swallowed up by a black hole "glitch" in the program that appears when you least expect it. This game was ported from the Atari 8-Bit computers.

Slime World

Slime World

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - October 9, 1992

While flying your spaceship, you crash land on a planet covered entirely in slime. You and a friend explore the labyrinthine planet of slime, armed with a water pistol and all manner of gadgets you find along the way in an effort to find your way back out. The game world is a giant maze with quirky hidden areas and plenty of original layout ideas. Depending on the game mode, you are either cooperating or competing with your "friend" to find and get to an exit first. Due to the massive sizes of the slime worlds (about 6 entries to choose from), games often take several hours to complete. The...

Street Sports Baseball

Street Sports Baseball

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

A baseball game for 1 or 2 players in which the action takes place in parks, vacant lots and backyards with makeshift bases, rather than on an actual diamond. In addition to the normal rules of baseball, players must cope with mud puddles, tree stumps, and other hazards. Features a split-screen view which provides an overview of the entire field alongside close-ups of where the action is happening.

Street Sports Baseball

Street Sports Baseball

MS-DOS - Released - 1987

A baseball game for 1 or 2 players in which the action takes place in parks, vacant lots and backyards with makeshift bases, rather than on an actual diamond. In addition to the normal rules of baseball, players must cope with mud puddles, tree stumps, and other hazards. Features a split-screen view which provides an overview of the entire field alongside close-ups of where the action is happening.

Street Sports Basketball

Street Sports Basketball

MS-DOS - Released - 1987

Taking basketball out of poshly-decorated arenas with hotdog sellers, cheerleaders and pre-game entertainments, Epyx presented basketball played as it is by kids all over America. Four different courts are provided - the schoolyard, the alleyway, the parking lot and the backyard. Each of these has its own hazards to play around, such as oil slicks and potholes. The standard basketball dunks, passes and steals are on offer. An opposition player drilling the ball into you sees you gain possession. One or two players can join in, choosing their team of 3 from the 10 kids you are offered, each...

Street Sports Basketball

Street Sports Basketball

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Taking basketball out of poshly-decorated arenas with hotdog sellers, cheerleaders and pre-game entertainments, Epyx presented basketball played as it is by kids all over America. Four different courts are provided - the schoolyard, the alleyway, the parking lot and the backyard. Each of these has its own hazards to play around, such as oil slicks and potholes. The standard basketball dunks, passes and steals are on offer. An opposition player drilling the ball into you sees you gain possession. One or two players can join in, choosing their team of 3 from the 10 kids you are offered, each...

Summer Games

Summer Games

Atari XEGS - Released - 1988

The game is presented as a virtual multi-sport competition called the "Epyx Games" (there was no official IOC licensing in place) with up to eight players each choosing a country to represent, and then taking turns competing in various events to try for a medal.

Summer Games

Summer Games

NEC PC-8801 - Released - 1986

Summer Games allows up to eight players to compete in a series of summer themed Olympic events. The gameplay is similar to the other entries in Epyx "games" series. Each player can choose a country to represent, and then takes turns competing in various events to see who will win the gold medal! The game allows you to compete in all of the events sequentially, choose a few events, choose just one event, or practice an event. The events available vary slightly depending on the platform, and may include: Pole vault Platform diving 4x400 meter relay 100 meter dash Gymnastics Freestyle...

Summer Games II

Summer Games II

Apple II - Released - 1985

Eight Olympic events feature in this game, and any selection of these can be played at a time. There is no pure sprinting, and only the rowing and cycling can be thought of as pure joystick-waggling. The triple jump involves pressing right to start the hop (before reaching the white line), right again for the step as you land, left as you land for the jump, and then up to propel you through the sand. I high jump, after selecting a height you feel you can clear, you use up and down to control the speed, fire to jump, and then forward to propel you over the bar. For the javelin even you hold...

Summer Games II

Summer Games II

MS-DOS - Released - 1986

Eight Olympic events feature in this game, and any selection of these can be played at a time. There is no pure sprinting, and only the rowing and cycling can be thought of as pure joystick-waggling. The triple jump involves pressing right to start the hop (before reaching the white line), right again for the step as you land, left as you land for the jump, and then up to propel you through the sand. I high jump, after selecting a height you feel you can clear, you use up and down to control the speed, fire to jump, and then forward to propel you over the bar. For the javelin even you hold...

Temple of Apshai Trilogy

Temple of Apshai Trilogy

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

The Temple of Apshai Trilogy includes updated graphical versions of three classic Apshai games: • Dunjonquest: Temple of Apshai • Dunjonquest: Upper Reaches of Apshai • Dunjonquest: Curse of Ra The game could be described as a graphical "rogue like", but actually it resembles the mainframe classic DND more, as you cannot see the whole level, but only your surroundings. Furthermore, the level maps are not randomized like in Rogue. Still, the game play has a lot in common with Rogue and other early dungeon crawls: A solo character explores a monster-infested, multi-level dungeon to grab...

Temple of Apshai Trilogy

Temple of Apshai Trilogy

Atari 800 - Released - 1985

The Temple of Apshai Trilogy includes updated graphical versions of three classic Apshai games: - Dunjonquest: Temple of Apshai - Dunjonquest: Upper Reaches of Apshai - Dunjonquest: Curse of Ra

Temple of Apshai Trilogy

Temple of Apshai Trilogy

Apple II - Released - 1985

The Temple of Apshai Trilogy includes updated graphical versions of three classic Apshai games: - Dunjonquest: Temple of Apshai - Dunjonquest: Upper Reaches of Apshai - Dunjonquest: Curse of Ra

World Games

World Games

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1986

World Games is an Olympics-style sports game with arcade-oriented gameplay. The events players can compete in include: Weightlifting (Russia) Slalom skiing (France) Log rolling (Canada) Cliff diving (Mexico) Caber toss (Scotland) Bull riding (United States) Barrel jumping (Germany) Sumo Wrestling (Japan)

World Games

World Games

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1987

World Games is an Olympics-style sports game with arcade-oriented gameplay. The events players can compete in include: Barrel jumping Bull riding Caber toss Cliff diving Log rolling Platform diving Pole vault Skiing Sumo wrestling

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