Beam Software

4-in-1 Fun Pak

4-in-1 Fun Pak

Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1992

Now you can have four of the most popular board games of all time on your GAME BOY... all together in one fun-filled package! Sargon Chess... Checkers... Backgammon... Reversi... any time, any place. Interplay's 4-in-1 Fun Pak is the perfect opponent, at home or on the road. All four games can be played solo, face-to-face, or via GAME BOY's GAME LINK. So, whenever you're looking for tough competition, just turn on your GAME BOY and take your best shot.

4-in-1 Funpak: Volume II

4-in-1 Funpak: Volume II

Nintendo Game Boy - August 1, 1993

Go fourth and multiplay! Now get four times the fun from your Gameboy system - if you like Yahtzee you'll love yacht. Cut the cards for hours of fun with Solitaire. Peg your spot in the winner's circle with Cribbage. Or build your skills with dominoes. You can take these all-time favorite games with you anywhere, anytime. It's like having cards, dice, and dominoes in the palm of your hand. So come on--get ready to shake, shuffle and roll your way to hours of fun!

5 In One Fun Pak

5 In One Fun Pak

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994

5 in One Fun Pak features four board games and one dice game. The featured games are Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, Reversi and Yacht (using Yahtzee's rules). You can select to play one player against the computer or two players. You can select you skill levels for most games from 1 (easiest) to 3 (hardest), although the Chess game has skills of 1 to 6 and Yacht has no skill selection.

Agro Soar

Agro Soar

Nintendo Game Boy - 1993

Oh no! Agro's big mouth has gotten him into trouble again. Even he should have known better than to insult a wizard, and now he's been transported into a pre-historic cartoon within his own TV! Can you help Agro soar past the dinosaurs and dangers that stand between him and the real world? It won't be easy, but if it was, Agro wouldn't need any help,right?

Airwolf

Airwolf

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 19, 1989

Deep within enemy territory, your fellow countrymen are imprisoned. Only one man in the free world would dare attempt to save them. You, Stringfellow Hawke, commander of Airwolf. And yet, as you strap yourself into the cockpit of your supersonic jet copter, you know this is the most dangerous assignment you have ever flown. Your mission is mapped out. Airwolf's heat-seeking missiles and superpowered machine guns are fired up, ready to blow the terrorists away. But can you evade enemy radar time after time? Can you sneak behind the enemy lines, find the captives and bring them to safety...

Asterix and the Magic Cauldron

Asterix and the Magic Cauldron

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1986

Goscinny and Uderzo’s cartoon characters are from the only Gaullish village in 50BC able to resist the Roman invasion. They can do this due to Getafix the druid’s magic potion, however the cauldron used to make this has been smashed into several pieces. Can brave Asterix and overweight Obelix find the pieces? In this arcade adventure, it all comes down to you. The fifty screens you must explore take in your home village, a Roman encampment, and the forests in between. You have five pieces of wild boar, and these are used as you become hungry. Contact with wild boars or Roman soldiers...

Astérix and the Magic Cauldron

Astérix and the Magic Cauldron

Commodore 64 - Released - September 9, 1986

Asterix and Obelix must find the remaining seven pieces of the Magic Cauldron. Their quest is hampered by marauding legionnaires, vicious gladiators, wild boards and perpetually hungry Obelix! Search the forest, visit the fortified camps of Totorum, Aquarium and Compendium, escape the Roman dungeon, wander through Rome but don't forget you must bring the seven pieces of the Magic Cauldron back to the village. Features: - Enlarged fighting mode - Full three dimensional movement - Large complex environment to explore

Astérix and the Magic Cauldron

Astérix and the Magic Cauldron

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1986

Goscinny and Uderzo’s cartoon characters are from the only Gaullish village in 50BC able to resist the Roman invasion. They can do this due to Getafix the druid’s magic potion, however the cauldron used to make this has been smashed into several pieces. Can brave Asterix and overweight Obelix find the pieces? In this arcade adventure, it all comes down to you. The fifty screens you must explore take in your home village, a Roman encampment, and the forests in between. You have five pieces of wild boar, and these are used as you become hungry. Contact with wild boars or Roman soldiers...

Atmosfear

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased

Developed by Beam Software, the same company responsible for Radical Rex, Shadowrun, and Tom & Jerry: Frantic Antics. It was canceled for unknown reasons. The game is relatively unknown, having only been mentioned in media a few times in late 1993 and throughout 1994 in name only. No magazine has been known to have given the game a preview. The goal of the game is to complete each level while avoiding the Gatekeeper's unfair rules, which occur randomly.nBathory's Castle appears to be the least finished, as it doesn't seem like it can be completed.

Aussie Games

Aussie Games

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

A compendium of different games, it includes a boomerang throw, a bellywack competition, an Aussie Rules football punting game, a dry boat race and the infamous skeet shoot. In the skeet shoot game, you have to hit an empty beer can thrown from a moving ute. Success results in the dog, who is riding shotgun in the ute, chundering! “Aussie Games” offered a very tongue in cheek survey of Australian sporting prowess.

Aussie Rules Footy

Aussie Rules Footy

Nintendo Entertainment System - 1991

It's not hard to understand what this game is about, judging by its title: a simulation of Australian football, a code of football that is little known outside of Australia but is very popular in certain areas of the country. You can either train your players (one, two, or three players at a time), play a single match, or participate in an Australian tournament, choosing one team and leading it to victory.

Baby T-Rex

Baby T-Rex

Nintendo Game Boy - 1993

Sethron has kidnapped your young lady and taken her to his castle for experiments. You grab your skateboard and follow him to set her free. But the way to the castle is filled with obstacles and creatures who Sethron has turned to the path of evil. Baby T-Rex is a very traditional platform game where you run and jump to get to the end of the stage. There are a total of 4 "worlds", each with 3 stages and a final boss stage. The game play is fast paced, with slides and skateboards passages for added speed. You can find stones and bowling balls to throw at the enemies. There are also power-ups...

Back to the Future

Back to the Future

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1989

You are Marty McFly, just a typical senior at Hill Valley High. But after getting behind the wheel of a nuclear-powered sports car turned time machine, you find yourself in the year 1955 where you've accidentally tampered with history. Now it must be corrected. You must somehow make sure that teenagers Lorraine Baines and George McFly (the two kids that will eventually grow up to become your parents) fall in love before the photo of your family fades away and you're left with nothing to come home to. It won't be easy. You'll have to protect George from Biff and his gang of bullies while doing...

Back to the Future Part II & III

Back to the Future Part II & III

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 1, 1990

Get ready for a wild romp through time, Marty McFly, 'cause you're about to take off on a double mission to save the past, present and future! Better load up on pizza and soda as you rocket to the year 2015 in Doc's supercharged time machine. Hang on to your hi-speed hoverboard as you teach Biff Tannen a thing or two about stealing your Sports Almanac, and locate the special objects he's hidden throughout time. Then, if your flux capacitor isn't on the fritz, it's off to the Wild West, where sharp shootin' gunslingers want you out of town by sundown. The fate of the world -- not to mention...

Bad Street Brawler

Bad Street Brawler

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 1, 1989

Bad Street Brawler, players take the role of the former punk rocker and current martial artist Duke Dunnegan, or aternatively the wrestler Gorgeous George (Bop N' Wrestle) or as a high school teacher pushed to far (Street Hassle) who finds he is the only one in the position to clean the mean streets from various thugs and loonies. Gameplay involves walking through the streets and taking out any enemies that get in the way. Kicks and punches are your basic moves at first, but as the game progresses, new moves and attacks become available, and new enemy types to beat up as well.

Bamse

Bamse

Nintendo Game Boy - 1993

Skalman has invented a timemachine and together with bamse and Lille Skutt he's traveled an incredible 75 million years into the past. But there was a stowaway onboard, Vargen! He's kidnappped Skalman, and without him there is now way for Bamse and Lille Skutt to get back to their own time. Can you help Bamse find Skalman and clear all the dangers on the way? It won't be easy and Bamse is gonna need all the help he can get. Bamse, the strongest bear in the world, is a popular Swedish cartoon figure created by Rune Andréasson in 1962. This is his first appearance in a video game. The game...

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

Nintendo Entertainment System - 1990

Battle Chess is a video game version of chess in which the chess pieces come to life and battle one another when capturing. It was originally developed and released by Interplay Entertainment for the Amiga in 1988 and subsequently on many other systems, including 3DO, Acorn Archimedes, Amiga CD32, Amiga CDTV, Apple IIGS, Apple IIe, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, FM Towns, NES, Mac OS, PC-98, Sharp X68000 and Windows 3.x. In 1991, Battle Chess Enhanced was released by Interplay for the PC, featuring improved VGA graphics and a symphonic musical score that played off of the CD-ROM. Battle Chess...

Bedlam

Bedlam

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1988

Bedlam is a vertically scrolling space shoot’em-up. Space fighter shoots patterns of swirling aliens and stationary cannons, collects extras and fights boss ships – Bedlam is ordinary shoot’em-up material, stretched out over 16 short levels and spiced up with your standard two-player option. While ZX Spectrum and C64 see a genuine space shooter with full-screen backgrounds and level variations, CPC and DOS get bare-bone versions stripped down to Galaga level.

Bigfoot

Bigfoot

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 1, 1990

Bigfoot was a racing game released in July 1990 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was developed by Beam Software and published by Acclaim. The game was advertised by the legendary monster truck of the same name in the cartoon segment of the 1990 television show Video Power, titled The Power Team. The show also often used sound effects for the actions of not only Bigfoot, but others as well. The gameplay involves racing monster trucks including the title truck, Bigfoot (blue). The computer controlled trucks are green (The Growler) and yellow (The Charger) if the computer's truck...

Bill & Ted's Excellent Game Boy Adventure

Bill & Ted's Excellent Game Boy Adventure

Nintendo Game Boy - 1991

A world without our most excellent compatriots Bill and Ted? No way! Yes way - if the Grim Reaper and the evil Bill and Ted robots get their way! DeNomolos wants to totally change the future, and the only way to stop this most heinous dude is to travel through the "circuits of time" and collect the stolen time fragments! 10 adventures - 50 quests. But watch out! Historical dudes like Billy the Kid are tumblin' with killer tumble weeds while the Executioner has an axe to grind with you. Napoleon has a "short" temper and even Granny S. Preston Esquire tries to bag you. Most bogus! Time is...

Blades of Vengeance

Blades of Vengeance

Sega Genesis - Released - June 1, 1993

The evil Dark Lady has unleashed an onslaught of barbarians and beasts upon the land, and it's your duty to come face-to-face with all that she can throw at you in an attempt to protect your homeland. In BLADES OF VENGEANCE, you can choose your gladiator from three different classes: Huntress, Warrior, or Sorcerer. Each character has its own special powers and abilities, so you'll have to decide which one best fits your fighting style and then get ready for the fight of your life! Along with your standard weapons battle-axe, rapier, mace, crossbow, and fireball you can also make yourself...

Bo Jackson Baseball

Bo Jackson Baseball

Nintendo Entertainment System - October 1, 1991

It is based on Bo Jackson's baseball career. An option allows the player to play anywhere from five to nine innings. Nintendo Power gave this game a 2.8 out of 5 in their September 1991 review while Electronic Gaming Monthly issued a 4.25 out of 10 review in their October 1991 issue of their magazine. Players can either play in exhibition mode or playoff mode. Either one or two players can participate. In addition to those options, a CPU vs CPU mode and a CPU vs CPU quick mode are available in order to quicken up a tournament; the purpose is to see the stats of that particular match and...

Bop'n Wrestle

Bop'n Wrestle

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

The company behind Way of the Exploding Fist and Fighting Warrior also tried its hand at wrestling, with this game claiming to be the first 3D combat sports game, in which you can avoid the opponent by moving up or down the screen as well as left or right. Like any fighting game worth its salt, the game can be played with one or two players. In one-player mode there are 10 opponents to take on in sequence.

Boulder Dash

Boulder Dash

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1990

This fast-paced strategy game will test your wit and skill as you fiercely quest your way through mazes filled with challenges. As Rockford you must travel through 80 stages of the game to collect priceless diamonds. You have to be alert and quick to master the enchanted walls, transform butterflies into jewels, find the mysterious escape tunnel and get away from the growing amoeba before it engulfs you. Four different magical worlds of adventure dare your strategy skills in Boulder Dash!

Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 1997

CAESARS PALACE brings casino gambling at its finest to the PlayStation. Start out with $1,000 and try to turn it into a million playing Baccarat, Roulette, Craps, Blackjack, and slot machines. Just in case you don't know how to play a game, watch the official Caesars Palace Casino Tutorial. After watching the video, you'll want to hit the tables with lower bet limits; as your winnings increase, new tables with higher limits and minimums open up. Statistician and gambling guru, Dr. William Bertram, has verified the payoffs and odds, so the chances of winning big are the same as in the real...

Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball

Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1992

Cal Ripken Jr. 1991's Most Valuable Player in the American League. One of only twenty players in Major League Baseball to be MVP twice. An "iron man" in the majors, playing in over 1,600 consecutive games. When Cal plays, he plays for real! Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball brings that realism home. You'll get unequaled animation, accurate strategy-logic and players that respond to real game situations. You also get all-new, all-star features you won't find anywhere else.

Casino FunPak

Casino FunPak

Sega Game Gear - 1995

In Casino FunPak, you walk around in a casino, partaking in a multitude of games and competing in tournaments to earn as much money as you can. You can play Roulette, Video Poker, Slot Machines, Blackjack and Craps. The tournament mode contains a large tour of the five games.

Casino FunPak

Casino FunPak

Nintendo Game Boy - 1995

Interplay brings the excitement of Vegas to your GAME BOY with Casino Fun Pak. All the famous games of chance and skill are right in your hands whenever you want to try your luck. Take a spin on Slots or play for big stakes with Video Poker. Move over to the Craps table, the Roulette Wheel, or take on the dealer with Blackjack. Or select Tournament mode and tour the casino for a series of dramatic turns of fate. This pack brings the thrill of the gaming tables to your GAME BOY. So, you don't have to be a high roller to enjoy the excitement. - Experience the thrill of Las Vegas action...

Choplifter II

Choplifter II

Nintendo Game Boy - September 30, 1991

SAVE THE HOSTAGES. SAVE THE WORLD. Take off on a dangerous rescue mission in a world on the brink of all-out global war. Hostages must be saved from a sly and sinister enemy in order to avert total chaos. Only your skill can save us now. You command the AH 90 Commanche attack helicopter, the ultimate fighting machine. Your arsenal includes: machine guns, flame throwers, missiles and invisibility. Superior technology must be used wisely against the omnipresent enemy. Antagonists attack with everything they've got: bullets, missiles, tanks, subterranean gun turrets and land mines. Hectic...

Choplifter III: Rescue-Survive

Choplifter III: Rescue-Survive

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1994

Rage. And enough napalm to fry the Amazon. That's all you need to rescue your men and wipe terrorism off the face of the earth. Those are our boys out there Lieutenant... Your mission: BRING 'EM BACK ALIVE. - Maneuver over water, desert, jungle, and through burning cityscapes in four scorching missions. - More than 100 hostages depend on you to rescue them. - Pit your wits against planes, tanks, gunships and a barrage of anti-aircraft artillery! - Cluster bombs, napalm, even nuclear warheads are at your fingertips. - Every rocket launch and napalm blast is brought to life with vivid...

Dash Galaxy in the Alien Asylum

Dash Galaxy in the Alien Asylum

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 1, 1990

Dash Galaxy in the Alien Asylum was an action game for the Nintendo Entertainment System released in 1990 exclusively in North America. Players take the role of Dash Galaxy, a space scout who has been captured by a hostile civilization. Gameplay involves a series of floors with several rooms each. Keys must be collected to progress to higher floors and, eventually, an escape ship. Dash's only weapons are a limited supply of bombs and remote detonators. Good timing is crucial to completing the game, requiring navigation of trampoline jumps and roaming enemies. While the rooms are side-scrolling...

Days of Thunder

Days of Thunder

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1990

In the PC version, gameplay consisted of setting up the car, qualifying, and then the actual race event. If the player finished in a high enough position they would progress to the next circuit. Damage was calculated not by realistic damage displayed on the car but a "cracked dashboard" bar indicator, with cracks appearing along the dashboard when the player hits something. The in-game graphics in the PC version paled in comparison to the still-screen graphics it had. This was due to polygonal graphics being used as opposed to sprites, rendering the car, track, and trackside details in...

Doc the Destroyer

Doc the Destroyer

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

Centuries of pollution have destroyed the environment, causing the few survivors to live beneath the energy dome - outside of this havoc and dark creatures reign. Against all advice, Doc the Destroyer attempts to put things right by convincing people to return overground. Gameplay has several distinct elements, beginning with creating a character by balancing strength, endurance, luck, charisma and intelligence. Each area you travel through is described in text, and you will be presented with options as to where to explore, hide, flee, fight etc. Fights involve the gameplay moving into...

Exploding Fist

Exploding Fist

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased

EXPLODING FIST is as close to the real thing as you'll ever see! Become a master of this mysterious ancient art; progress from novice to Tenth Dan and test your strength and discipline. 18 different manoeuvres including blocks. flying kicks. leg sweeps. roundhouse and even somersaults! Unreleased until leaked in 2012.

Exploding Fist +

Exploding Fist +

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1988

Exploding Fist + returns to the style of the first game. It features combat with three characters, an idea followed from International Karate +, though in this case it is possible for players to control the three characters simultaneously.

Exploding Fist+

Exploding Fist+

Commodore 64 - 1988

A Thrilling Martial Arts Extravaganza Brought to you by Beam Software - authors of Samurai Warrior Punch and kick your way through to 10th Dan in this ultimate in street fighting experiences - the attempt to defend your title against tougher and more skilful opponents. Exploding Fist + Contains: Sixteen moves combining to make this the slickest fighting game yet. Fast and furious action from the word go as you punch and kick to defeat not one but two dazzling opponents on the rough, tough streets of downtown New York, the toughest neighbourhood around. A nerve jangling arcade...

Family Feud

Family Feud

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1990

In the NES version of Family Feud, the game tried to recreate the look and feel from the original Richard Dawson-hosted series, even going as far as to include a Dawson-like host who kissed the female characters in the game. (This differed from the game's packaging, which used the set from the Ray Combs era.) One or two players could play. Just like the show, the object was to come up with answers to survey questions posed to 100 people. Correct answers were worth money, with $200 winning the game and the right to play Fast Money for $5,000, which was played exactly the same way as on the...

Fellowship of The Ring

Fellowship of The Ring

Apple II - August 13, 1985

Lord of the Rings: Game One (released in North America as The Fellowship of the Ring: A Software Adventure) is a computer game released in 1985 and based on the book The Fellowship of the Ring, by J. R. R. Tolkien. It was the follow-up to the 1982 game The Hobbit, although did not reach the same level of critical and commercial success as its predecessor, and is considered inferior by the gaming community, with many complaining about the removal of the real-time aspects and complex AI patterns of the previous game, and puzzles that lacked coherent solutions

Fisher-Price: I Can Remember

Fisher-Price: I Can Remember

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 1, 1990

To play I Can Remember, you have to concentrate! Can you remember what you see? Can you remember where you saw it? Choose a number and look at the picture that's revealed underneath. Then choose another number and look at that picture. Do they match? If they do, they'll stay turned up. If they don't, they'll turn down again and your opponent gets to pick two more. Keep picking pairs until all the pictures are matched and the entire game board is uncovered. Play alone, play against a friend or even the computer. As you get better, the boards get harder, with more numbers and more pictures to...

Fisher-Price: Perfect Fit

Fisher-Price: Perfect Fit

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 1, 1990

Dropping down the Perfect Fit game chute are familiar, everyday objects such as letters, numbers, figures, and lots of familiar Fisher-Price toys. Inside the game board are outlines of these same objects, just waiting for you to move the pictures into their correct outlines. Play at your own level, from simple matches to matches requiring up-down or side-to-side flips. Play alone and better your time, or play against a friend or even the computer to see who's quicker. Whichever way you do it, it's great fun!

Fist II: The Legend Continues

Fist II: The Legend Continues

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1986

CENTURIES have passed since the tournaments of the Grand Masters. The once mighty Warriors of the Exploding Fist have been betrayed and defeated,their fighting techniques lost beneath the rubble of their temples. The land is blighted, the crops withered, creatures of the night infest the rivers and forests. The people are enslaved, ruled by an evil Warlord from his volcano fortress. Guarded by mercenaries and warriors, protected by natural and man-made barriers, this stronghold has been seen by no man who has lived to tell of its horrors. But at night, around the fire, the village...

Fist: The Legend Continues

Fist: The Legend Continues

Commodore 64 - Released - June 10, 1986

The world of Fist II is a sprawling, hostile land of dark swamps and dark forests, of mountains and underground caves. A world where the enemy is not always human, and, even when he is. does not observe the rules and courtesies of temple tournaments. Obstacles and hazards abound. Ninja, Shoguns. warriors and soldiers lie in ambush. Savage animals prowl and prey upon intruders. At the culmination of this quest lies the volcano fortress of the evil warlord, ruling the blighted land from behind a deadly defence of mercenary guards and traps. The warlord can only be destroyed by a true...

George Foreman's KO Boxing

George Foreman's KO Boxing

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1992

You're "Big George" Foreman and you've got an appetite for BIG action that only KO BOXING can satisfy. Take on a roster of 15 heavyweight contenders as you go for the World Championship. Rook your opponents with stinging left-right combos! Pound your way to the title with a spectacular "Big George" Super Punch - while the computer "judge" tracks the action! GEORGE FOREMAN'S KO BOXING puts the power of the greatest knockout artist in your hands!

George Foreman's KO Boxing

George Foreman's KO Boxing

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

You're "Big George" Foreman - the people's champion - and you've got an appetite for big action that only KO BOXING can satisfy. IT's a full menu of hard-hitting, real-ring action. Take on a roster of heavyweight contenders as you go for the World Championship. Rock your opponents with stinging left-right combos and pound your way to the title with a spectacular "Big George" Super Punch - while the computer "judge" tracks the action! GEORGE FOREMAN'S KO BOXING puts the power of the greatest knockout artist in your hands!

George Foreman's KO Boxing

George Foreman's KO Boxing

Sega Genesis - Released - February 7, 1992

Featuring heavyweight champion George Foreman, this is a boxing simulation where players, taking the role of Foreman, go through a series of twelve rounds against different boxers to win the championship title belt. Played from an third-person perspective using a view from right over the shoulders over the boxer, players can move left and right to dodge incoming punches, block and throw left and right punches. The standard punch is a cross, but by holding the Up-key pressed, jabs can also be thrown.

George Foreman's KO Boxing

George Foreman's KO Boxing

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1992

You're "Big George" Foreman - the people's champion - and you've got an appetite for big action that only KO boxing can satisfy. It's a full menu of hard-hitting, real-ring action! Take on a roster of heavyweight contenders as you go for the World Championship. Rock your opponents with stinging left-right combos and pound your way to the title with a spectacular "Big George" Super Punch, while the computer tracks the action. George Foreman's KO Boxing puts the power of the greatest knockout artist in your hands!

Gex

Gex

Sega Saturn - Released - January 1, 1996

GEX's mouth gets him in trouble, but it's his thrashing tail and suction cup paws that get him out. GEX has been sucked into the Media Dimension, the place where cheesy 70's movies go to retire. To escape he's gotta kill TVs in each world. Over 450 frames of smooth 3D animation and hand-rendered backgrounds! GEX jumps and sticks to everything while thrashin' secret levels in search of elusive remote controls.

The Hobbit

The Hobbit

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1985

The Hobbit is an illustrated text adventure computer game released in 1982 for the ZX Spectrum home computer and based on the book The Hobbit, by J. R. R. Tolkien. It was developed at Beam Software by Philip Mitchell and Veronika Megler. It was later converted to most home computers available at the time including the BBC Microcomputer. The BBC version was published by Melbourne House and was released in 1983 as a text only adventure on cassette, with a text and graphics screens version on disk following in 1985..

The Hobbit

The Hobbit

Commodore 64 - 1983

Relive Tolkien's The Hobbit as Bilbo Baggins. A piece of Interactive fiction (with graphics to illustrate locations), you follow the plot of Tolkien's book (before the Lord of the Rings trilogy), starting with an encounter with Gandalf and Thorin. The other characters can make their own moves independently of the player and their actions can sometimes result in a situation where it is not possible to complete the game. The implementation is rich enough that you can play entirely without pictures if you wish. Also, gameplay happens in realtime, uncommon for interactive fiction. The game's...

Hobbit, The

Hobbit, The

Apple II - August 17, 1982

The Hobbit is an illustrated text adventure computer game released in 1982 for the ZX Spectrum home computer and based on the book The Hobbit, by J. R. R. Tolkien. It was developed at Beam Software by Philip Mitchell and Veronika Megler and published by Melbourne House. It was later converted to most home computers available at the time including the Commodore 64, BBC Micro and Oric.

Horace Goes Skiing

Horace Goes Skiing

Commodore 64 - Released - January 1, 1984

“Horace Goes Skiing”, released in 1982, was a spin-off from the successful “Hungry Horace”. “Horace Goes Skiing” is initially similar to the arcade game “Frogger”. In this instance, Horace has to negotiate a busy and dangerous road, in order to get to the ski shop, to rent a pair of skis. Horace has a starting purse of $40, from which every ambulance fee (when you get hit on the road) costs $10, and the skis themselves will set Horace back $10. Once Horace manages to rent the skis, he has to make his way down the slope, negotiating the flags and not hitting any trees. Once you complete each...

The Hunt for Red October

The Hunt for Red October

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - May 1, 1991

Based on the movie of the same name, the Soviet Union have been building in secret a Typhoon-class submarine with nuclear strike capabilities. This war machine has been named the Red October. While on its trial run, the captain, Marko Ramius has hijacked the submarine along with it's crew. They plan to defect to the United States. Naturally, such a weapon must not be allowed to fall into American plans, and so orders are issued among the Soviet forces to destroy the Red October.

The Hunt for Red October

The Hunt for Red October

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 25, 1991

Based on the movie of the same name, the Soviet Union have been building in secret a Typhoon-class submarine with nuclear strike capabilities. This war machine has been named the Red October. While on its trial run, the captain, Marko Ramius has hijacked the submarine along with it's crew. They plan to defect to the United States. Naturally, such a weapon must not be allowed to fall into American plans, and so orders are issued among the Soviet forces to destroy the Red October.

Inspector Gadget and the Circus of Fear

Inspector Gadget and the Circus of Fear

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

When the International Circus comes to town, a mysterious series of disappearances begin, and Inspector Gadget is called into help. Once his involvement is discovered, Penny and Brain are kidnapped, making Gadget's task bigger. And stops the Ringmaster, This involves getting through each side-scrolling level, avoiding the meanies by jumping them, and reaching the final target. There are many holes which lead to different sections of levels. The C64 version adds an icon system allowing players to collect and use their gadgets.

International Cricket

International Cricket

Nintendo Entertainment System - 1992

HOWZAT!!? Your teammates let out a loud cry of appeal to the umpire. It seems like an eternity before he raises his arm to indicate the batsman is out. Out LBW for a duck! Your fast bowlers have been deadly accurate. Let's hope your batsmen can perform as well when it's your team's turn to bat. Warning! This is not a spectator sport. International Cricket puts you in total control of bowling, batting and fielding skills. Choose your team from the international line-up, select the best players for the day and may the best team win. International Cricket is a multi-player game that allows you to...

Jim Lee's WildC.A.T.S: Covert Action Teams

Jim Lee's WildC.A.T.S: Covert Action Teams

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1995

The only thing stopping the immortal Helspont from taking over the earth is a group of high-powered heroes known as the WILDC.A.T.S! Each member of the team wields incredible power-when united, the results are spectacular! Players assume the roles of: Spartan, cyborg and team leader, Maul, massive cross-breed warrior, and Warblade, metamorphosing hand-to-hand combat expert! If mankind has one hope, it's the WILDC.A.T.S!

Judge Dredd

Judge Dredd

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1986

You are Judge Dredd. Your job is to track down unsolved crimes in Mega City and solve them. To do this you have your Lawmaster bike and your Lawgiver gun. In Mega City solving crimes means shooting anyone who looks like a threat, a perp, a seed, and that's just about everyone. It's a nice idea though. You start on a screen that represents Mega City. Around the city crimes are being committed, these are represented by white tiles saying 'arson' murder' etc. Your task is to navigate to each crime and hit the fire button. This takes you into that location where you blow everyone away in a...

Judge Dredd

Judge Dredd

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

You are Judge Dredd. Your job is to track down unsolved crimes in Mega City and solve them. To do this you have your Lawmaster bike and your Lawgiver gun. In Mega City solving crimes means shooting anyone who looks like a threat, a perp, a seed, and that's just about everyone. It's a nice idea though. You start on a screen that represents Mega City. Around the city crimes are being committed, these are represented by white tiles saying 'arson' murder' etc. Your task is to navigate to each crime and hit the fire button. This takes you into that location where you blow everyone away in a...

Knuckle Busters

Knuckle Busters

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

By 2133, crime is so out-of-control that a more advanced solution than prison is required - offenders have their minds and bodies reprogrammed to turn them into constructive and subservient citizens. As one of the few to refuse such treatment, you escape, and must find your way to freedom, through the six areas of the city, and ultimately through the city walls. You have a limited amount of time to finally escape from the city, as it is set to self-destruct. Enemies to take on with your punches and kicks include the guards and five other Re-Formed people. You must find enough food and water...

Kung-Fu: The Way of the Exploding Fist

Kung-Fu: The Way of the Exploding Fist

Commodore 64 - Released - July 15, 1985

This menacingly-titled beat 'em up was the first in many martial arts titles from Australia's Melbourne House. Sixteen different moves are on offer, ranging from standard kicks to jumps, somersaults and roundhouse kicks. The move executed each time is defined based on the character's direction, the joystick/keyboard positioning, and on whether the fire button is depressed, in a system which became standard on single-button control systems. To win each bout you must score 2 Yin-Yangs - a perfectly executed kick/punch scores a full one, whereas a less forceful contact offers half a point -...

The Last Ninja

The Last Ninja

Nintendo Entertainment System - February 1, 1991

In The Last Ninja, you assume the role of Armakuni as he searches Manhattan for the elusive Kunitoki. Through six 3D stages, you'll have to use both your ninja skills as a fighter and a thinker to take on your enemies and solve the puzzles impeding your progress. You'll amass many types of weapons and objects along the way, but their ultimate use may differ from the obvious. In the end, you'll have to show Kunitoki who's boss in any century. Show him what it means to be The Last Ninja.

Lord of the Rings: Game One

Lord of the Rings: Game One

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1985

An interactive adventure game based on the first volume of J.R.R. Tolkien's novel The Lord of the Rings, describing the efforts of the Hobbits Frodo, Pippin, and Sam and their quest to bring the ring to Mount Doom.

Lord of the Rings: Game One

Lord of the Rings: Game One

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - 1986

Welcome! You are about to enter one of the most famous and well loved fantasy worlds in the annals of fantasy fiction: J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth. Melbourne House, in association with the Tolkien estate, are proud to present the Lord of the Rings adventure game. The background to the Lord of the Rings includes some events with which a player of the game The Hobbit will be familiar. This is the first game in a series of three, which deals with the material found in Tolkien's The Fellowship of the Ring, the first book in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Subsequent games will deal with the...

Lord of the Rings: Game One

Lord of the Rings: Game One

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Lord of the Rings: Game One (releasedin North America as The Fellowship of the Ring: A Software Adventure) is a computer game released in 1985 and based on the book The Fellowship of the Ring, by J. R. R. Tolkien. It was the follow-up to the 1982 game The Hobbit, although did not reach the same level of critical and commercial success as its predecessor, and is considered inferior by the gaming community, with many complaining about the removal of the real-time aspects and complex AI patterns of the previous game, and puzzles that lacked coherent solutions.

MechWarrior

MechWarrior

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 1, 1993

70 tons of armor, muscle and weaponry stand between you and victory. Impossible odds? No, just another day's work for a 31st century MechWarrior pilot in this 3D action adventure. If you're a better pilot than your adversaries, you'll walk away with money, salvaged parts from the wreckage of the battle and your life. Prove yourself in regular combat and you'll be ready to earn a full four-Mech lance, the weaponry you'll need to take on the Dark Wing, scourge of the Inner Sphere. Do battle as one of eight types of "Mechs" on a variety of terrains. Make or break your fortune as a mercenary...

Mickey's Safari in Letterland

Mickey's Safari in Letterland

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 15, 1993

Endlessly entertaining, MICKEY'S SAFARI IN LETTERLAND is a delightful way to help children improve important early recognition skills as they have fun with Mickey and his Disney pal, Goofy! 6 Exciting animated worlds of adventure await all who join Mickey on his safari to find the lost letter tablets and return them to the museum. Hidden surprises are scattered throughout each level--including rare "alphabet jewels" that spell out words and add extra challenge to the fun.

MLBPA Baseball

MLBPA Baseball

Sega Game Gear - 1995

MLBPA Baseball is the only baseball game from Electronic Arts to reach the Game Gear. As the title indicates, it features an MLBPA, but not an MLB license, thus featuring real player names and statistics, but the 28 teams only have generic names. Feature-wise, it is based closely on the previous year's game on consoles, but with updated rosters for the 1994 MLB season and graphics and controls adapted to the handheld's capabilities. Available modes are exhibition games, playoffs, championship ("The Series") and a full 162-game season. Every game in a season can be played and season progress...

Mugsy

Mugsy

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released

Chicago in the 30s. You are an aspiring boss of a criminal organization and plan to make big money. Easier said than done, though - you will have to decide how much money to spend on money and how much to invest. And doing a good job might be bad for your health, since other organizations might hire hitmen to eliminate you. The game features stylish graphics and is presented - not unlike King of Chicago - through conversations with other goons of your mob. And if you lose all your money or men, you will get the unforgettable message by your right-hand man... "What a schmuck you are, Mugsy."

Mugsy's Revenge

Mugsy's Revenge

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released

As in the original Mugsy this strategy game is presented in a highly visual style with lots of detailed comic-book style stills and short animations. As a gangster in 1919, you see an opportunity to make money by illegally supplying alcohol during the Prohibition era in the US. Hints as to all decisions in the game are given through textual conversations with your assistants - these can include how much booze to produce, how big a bribe to give, and whether to invest in your own Speakeasy bar later on. Unlike the original game, there are some arcade sequences which involve running around...

NBA All-Star Challenge

NBA All-Star Challenge

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1992

NBA All-Star Challenge offers one-on-one basketball featuring NBA players from the 1991-1992 season. Five different playing modes are available: a single one-on-one match, a free throw competition, a 3 point shootout, a H.O.R.S.E. competition and a one-on-one tournament. You can choose from 27 players (one from every NBA team), including Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Patrick Ewing, Karl Malone and David Robinson. Each mode can also be played by two players.

NBA All-Star Challenge

NBA All-Star Challenge

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

Jam it home with 27 of the hottest NBA" All-Stars in the ultimate test of b-ball skill: ONE-ON-ONE! Downtown or in the paint, driving offense and intense "D", take it to the hoop with the likes of Patrick Ewing, Clyde Drexler, Chris Mullin, Hakeem Olajuwon and Dominique Wilkins. Player stats, realistic courtside sound effects and 5 blistering ways to play: ONE-ON-ONE - FREE THROW CONTEST - 3 POINT SHOOTOUT - H.O.R.S.E. - NBA ALL-STAR TOURNAMENT Don't be denied...take the NBA ALL-STAR CHALLENGE'"!!!

NBA All-Star Challenge

NBA All-Star Challenge

Nintendo Game Boy - February 1, 1991

NBA All-Star Challenge is a Sports game, developed by Beam Software and published by LJN Ltd., which was released in 1991.

NBA All-Star Challenge 2

NBA All-Star Challenge 2

Nintendo Game Boy - May 1, 1992

NBA All-Star Challenge 2 is a Sports game, developed by Beam Software and published by Acclaim Japan, which was released in 1992.

NBA Jam

NBA Jam

Nintendo Game Boy - November 1, 1994

The popular granddaddy of arcade-style basketball is back. NBA Jam brings the supercharged, "in-your-face" highlights of NBA play to life with over-the-top, thrilling three-on-three basketball. Perform monster dunks and alley-oops and shoot from valuable hotspots to catch "on-fire" and obliterate the competition. You can choose from all 29 current NBA teams, players, and arenas and even outdoor playground courts like Rucker Park and LA's Venice Beach. With no fouls to slow down the game, be as rough and flashy as you can be.

Nightshade

Nightshade

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1992

The shadows of doom grow long as the ancient Egyptian villain Sutekh envelops Metro City with a wave of crime. But Sutekh's seedy underworld is about to be infiltrated by a superhero unlike any the world has ever seen. A superhero who can melt into the darkness like a phantom. By day this brave new crimefighter is a common ordinary citizen. But when night falls, he is cloaked in a secret identity to seek out and destroy the dark forces that lurk on midnight streets. Who is this man the press calls Nightshade? Only you can answer that... for he is you! Every night you solidify your superhero...

Nightshade

Nightshade

Windows - March 7, 2019

IT IS MANKIND'S DARKEST DAY! The shadows of doom grow long as the ancient Egyptian villain Sutekh envelops Metro City with a wave of crime. But Sutekh's seedy underworld is about to be infiltrated by a superhero unlike the world has even seen. A superhero who can melt into the darkness like a phantom. By day this brave crimefighter is a common ordinary citizen. But when night falls, he is cloaked in a secret identity to seek out and destroy the dark forces that lurk on midnight streets. Who is this man the press calls Nightshade? Only you can answer that... for he is you. Every night...

Norse by Norsewest: The Return of the Lost Vikings

Norse by Norsewest: The Return of the Lost Vikings

Sega Saturn - Released - January 1, 1997

The Lost Vikings 2 is a puzzle platform video game developed by Blizzard Entertainment and published by Interplay The sequel to The Lost Vikings, it features the original three characters plus two new playable characters, Fang the wolf and Scorch the dragon. However, to avoid becoming too complex, the game only lets the player control three of the five characters in each level. The gameplay remains largely the same, though the pre-existing characters all have new or modified abilities.

Norse by Norsewest: The Return of the Lost Vikings

Norse by Norsewest: The Return of the Lost Vikings

Sony Playstation - Released - February 27, 1997

After escaping from Tomator in The Lost Vikings, Erik, Olaf, and Baleog have lived joyous and fruitful Viking lives. Then one day, after returning home from a fishing trip, the Vikings get captured by Tomator again. Tomator then calls upon a robotic guard to send them into the Arena, which unfortunately falls short when a system failure happens. During the blackout, the three Vikings dismantle the robot piece by piece and wear its parts on their body, thus granting them new abilities. The three Vikings are then sent through time once again when Olaf pulls the switch on the time machine that...

Power Punch II

Power Punch II

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1992

It's the year 2006. You're Mark "Tough Guy" Tyler and you've just defended your Heavyweight title for the 9th consecutive time. After demolishing the best boxers on the planet, it's now time to face off with the best in the universe. The Intergalactic Boxing Federation (IGBF) has invited you to go head-to-head with 12 of their greatest fighters. From metallic cyborgs, to heavy hitting mutants, you'll trade punches with opponents whose strength, stamina and speed are like nothing you've ever seen. If pure technique doesn't stop these sluggers (and with the best of them it won't), get hold of...

The Punisher

The Punisher

Nintendo Entertainment System - November 1, 1990

Who says crime doesn't pay? Frank Castle - A.K.A The Punisher - does, that's who. A devoted family man and honored detective... until the mob changed all that. Now he's out to seek revenge as Marvel Comics' ultimate payback warrior! As The Punisher, you've got street smarts and an explosive arsenal of portable weaponry... from a clip-fed automatic pistol to a heavy-duty military assault rifle (not to mention the shoulder-mounted surface-to-surface rocket launcher). Your target: Kingpin - The BIGGEST of the big bosses. But first you've got to take on hundreds of thugs, hoods, felons and...

The Punisher: The Ultimate Payback

The Punisher: The Ultimate Payback

Nintendo Game Boy - July 1, 1991

The Punisher: The Ultimate Payback is an Action game, developed by Beam Software and published by Acclaim, which was released in 1991.

Radical Rex

Radical Rex

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1994

Radical Rex is a fire-breathing Tyrannosaurus on a skateboard who has to save the dinosaur race under the spell of an evil creature. The game consists of 10 levels set in the prehistoric age. Radical Rex can use a skateboard or glide down hills, jump, kick and breath fire. Tougher enemies need multiple hits and when burnt Rex needs to kick them once more to destroy them or use his scream (hits everything on the screen). While playing Rex collects eggs, health, power-ups for his fire breath and scream refills. Checkpoints are shown as torches that need to be charged with fire. After each level,...

Radical Rex

Radical Rex

Sega CD - Released - November 1, 1994

Radical Rex is a fire-breathing Tyrannosaurus on a skateboard who has to save the dinosaur race under the spell of an evil creature. The game consists of 10 levels set in the prehistoric age. Radical Rex can use a skateboard or glide down hills, jump, kick and breath fire. Tougher enemies need multiple hits and when burnt Rex needs to kick them once more to destroy them or use his scream (hits everything on the screen). While playing Rex collects eggs, health, power-ups for his fire breath and scream refills. Checkpoints are shown as torches that need to be charged with fire. After each level,...

Radical Rex

Radical Rex

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

Come hang with Radical Rex. He's the raddest, baddest fire-breathing Tyrannosaurus ever to shred prehistoric pavement! This badboy-on-wheels is out to save the dinosaur race. Check Rex thrashin' on his board, sportin' his flame-breath, bustin' out with killer jump-kicks, swingin' on vines and blastin' out screen-shaking roars. Excellent! Slam through ten wild levels of jammin' jungles, freaked-out forests, haunted dino-graveyards, piranha-infested underwater caverns -- and inside a giant dinosaur! Rex keeps you groovin' while you keep him movin' past twenty of the meanest prehistoric...

Radical Rex

Radical Rex

Windows - March 7, 2019

Come hang with Radical Rex. He's the raddest, baddest fire-breathing Tyrannosaurus ever to shred prehistoric pavement! This bad-boy-on-wheels is out to save the dinosaur race. Check Rex thrashin' on his board, sportin' his flame-breath, bustin' out with killer jump-kicks, swingin' on vines and blastin' out screen-shaking roars. Excellent! Slam through ten wild levels of jammin' jungles, freaked-out forests, haunted dino-graveyards, piranha-infested underwater caverns - and inside a giant dinosaur! Rex keeps you groovin' while you keep him movin' past twenty of the meanest prehistoric...

Road Runner

Road Runner

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1989

That's right, folks, the cartoon you know and love is ready to roll again - except this time you get to be Road Runner™! The desert's plenty dangerous all by itself; falling boulders, oncoming trucks, land mines and cannon balls as well as mazes, sand traps and ravines. Throw in that crafty Wile E. Coyote™ and you've got one wild-goose chase that's fun, fast and exciting! He may not be too bright, but he is hungry. And he's got his rocket, jet skates, pogo stick and helicopter. Better get cookin' before you get cooked.

Samurai Warrior: The Battles of Usagi Yojimbo

Samurai Warrior: The Battles of Usagi Yojimbo

Commodore 64 - Released - August 25, 1988

Konnichi Wa! The Time: 17th Century. The Place: Feudal Japan. The Conflict: The land is rife with civil war as the great warlords of Japan battle with each other for control of the Shogunate, and control of Japan itself. The Hero: Usagi Yojimbo is the warrior who must oppose the dark forces, a lone Ronin Rabbit of great skill and endurance. Samurai Warrior is a game of combat, subtlety and manners!

Sgt. Slaughter's Mat Wars

Sgt. Slaughter's Mat Wars

Commodore 64 - November 15, 1989

Sgt Slaughter wants you-but only if you’ve got the guts to wrestle the meanest, toughest, ugliest wrestlers in town and the street-smarts to be a wheeling. dealing wrestling manager. March into the ring and try all of the Sarge’s favorite moves-like a killer KO punch, a brutal body slam, or a ferocious flying pin. You can even throw your opponent over the ropes and fight outside the ring! Fight the ugly mugs in the league one by one and work your way through the ranks. Win, and you'll pick up a little combat pay and close ranks on a championship payoff. Lose, and you're likely to get Sgt...

Shadowrun

Shadowrun

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 1, 1993

Disoriented and confused, you are forced into a race against time, technology and termination. Running in the shadows and cracks between the Megaplexes, survival depends on your wits, your weapons and your wayward companions. Plunge into the dark side of the future, where technology and magic become one, where devolution and destruction are a way of life. Plunge into Shadowrun.

Sherlock

Sherlock

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

In this text and graphics adventure mystery game you are the world's greatest sleuth - Sherlock Holmes. Teamed up with Doctor Watson and dealing with the inept Inspector Lestrade, you must solve a double murder in Leatherhead. As well as studying the clues, you must interrogate NPCs, who will react differently if they know certain information. Time is important to the game - you have a limited amount, and must make use of trains which come at varying times. Unusually, the descriptive text given by the game is kept separate from entered commands, which are stored at the bottom of the screen.

The Simpsons: Itchy & Scratchy in Miniature Golf Madness

The Simpsons: Itchy & Scratchy in Miniature Golf Madness

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 9, 1994

Itchy & Scratchy in Miniature Golf Madness is a miniature golf game released on the Game Boy in 1994, featuring the cat and mouse pair Itchy & Scratchy from the television series The Simpsons. Developed by Beam Software, it was the first game to feature these characters. In the game, the player controls Scratchy as he plays through a miniature golf course of nine holes while at the same time avoiding Itchy's attacks. It received generally mixed to positive reviews from critics.

Solitaire FunPak

Solitaire FunPak

Nintendo Game Boy - November 1, 1994

Solitaire FunPak brings the challenge of this great card game to your Game Boy with a dozen variations to keep you coming back for more. Try your hand at Klondike, Pyramid, Free Cell, Golf, Aces Up, Poker, Florentine - 12 in all. Choose whichever game you like or select Tournament mode and try them all. At home or on the road, Interplay's Solitaire lets you play anywhere, anytime. Plays just like the real thing (except you can't cheat!). If you're up to the task, take on this pack for hours of challenging fun!

Solitaire FunPak

Solitaire FunPak

Sega Game Gear - 1994

Solitaire FunPak is a handheld solitaire game. There are 12 different forms of solitaire to play (Klondike, Tripeaks, Pyramid, Cruel, Freecell, Golf, Canfield, Aces Up, Scorpion, Poker, Stonewall and Florentine). It also has a tournament mode where players can go for standard games, a full championship, a custom game or a custom game with a time limit. The best scores are stored in the hall of fame.

Star Wars

Star Wars

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 15, 1991

Only the people who made the movie could bring you this much action and adventure... Control your favorite Star Wars heroes - Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia. Enlist the help of Obi-Wan Kenobi, C-3PO, and R2-D2. Outfight and outsmart the intergalactic bad guys - stormtroopers, jawas, Banthas, bounty hunters, sinister droids, and more. Explore the spectacular worlds of Star Wars - from the Tatooine Desert to the Mos Eisley Spaceport to inside the Death Star. And if you get very, very good... destroy the Death Star and save the Rebel Alliance from Darth Vader!

Super High Impact

Super High Impact

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

This isn't just football; it's SUPER HIGH IMPACT! It's all the fast-paced action of the bone-crunching arcade smash! Quick-Action play selections get you into the action before you can say "WICKED HIT!" Choose from 18 hard-charging teams and over 30 plays, from a red-dog blitz to a never-say-die superfly! "YER TOAST" if the HIT-O-METER rates your tackle "DWEEB", but you can settle the score the ol' fashioned way with an all-out team brawl. When you're tired of watching football from the sidelines... get into the button-pounding arcade action of SUPER HIGH IMPACT!

Super International Cricket

Super International Cricket

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1995

From the crack of the cricket bat to cheering crowds, this game has it all - even seagulls! Batting and bowling so realistic, you'd swear you had been selected yourself. Super International Cricket features full team selection and field positioning, a huge variety of batting and bowling styles, and a wide variety of play options. Realistic broadcast-style perspective! Digitized player animations. Intuitive batting and bowling gives player full control Stumpcam! Fully customized team and field. Play as any of 8 international teams! One-Day, World Series and Test Match play. Exciting two...

Super Smash T.V.

Super Smash T.V.

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 1, 1992

There was a time when the only way you could experience the explosive, arcade action of SMASH TV was to play it in the arcades. That was then... SMASH TV for your Super NES is now! Get ready for the real arcade game as you blast mutant cyborgs, pulverize club wielding mechanoids and blow tactical assault tanks to smithereens. Win cars and toasters-but first destroy the metal munching twin cobras, 30 tons of angry Mutoid Man and more. After all, this is the TV game show with the ultimate in prizes... your life! Tune into SMASH TV - and bring the smashing arcade action home!

Super Solitaire

Super Solitaire

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1994

The classic card game of strategy and planning comes to your Super NES with 12 different Solitaire games in one Game Pak, including Klondike, Pyramid, Aces Up, Scorpion, Golf, even a poker variation. Conquer them all in the most challenging brain game you'll ever deal up.

T2: The Arcade Game

T2: The Arcade Game

Nintendo Game Boy - December 31, 1993

T2: The Arcade Game is an Action game, developed by Beam Software and published by Acclaim, which was released in 1992.

Taz-Mania 2

Taz-Mania 2

Nintendo Game Boy - January 1, 1997

Taz-Mania 2 is an Action game, developed by Beam Software and published by THQ, which was released in 1997. Join Taz in dust flurrying action to conquer the aboriginal enemies.

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