Delphine Software International

007 James Bond: The STEALTH Affair

007 James Bond: The STEALTH Affair

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

The Stealth Affair is a graphic adventure game with a point-and-click interface. The player controls the famous secret agent James Bond (John Glames in the European version), whose task is to travel to South America in order to locate and retrieve a newly designed F-19 stealth plane, which was stolen from the Naval Air Station in Miramar, California. The game is controlled by the same pop-up command menu consisting of six verbs that was introduced in Delphine's debut Future Wars: Adventures in Time. However, it's been slightly improved and does now allow interaction with the inventory,...

Another World

Another World

Atari ST - 1991

A young physics professor named Lester conducts a particle experiment. Suddenly, something goes wrong, a lightning strikes, and in a moment Lester finds himself in a strange alien world. Now he must fight for his life, first with his bare hands, then with a gun he finds. But what gives him courage is that he is not alone. One of the aliens who escapes from the prison together with him helps him on his dangerous quest. Friendship can overcome all the obstacles. Out of This World combines shooting, platforming, and puzzle-solving elements. The game is divided into stages; some of them are...

Another World

Another World

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Another World, also known as Out of This World in North America and Outer World (アウターワールド Autā Wārudo) in Japan, is a 1991 cinematic platformer action-adventure game designed by Éric Chahi for Delphine Software. The protagonist of the game is Lester Knight Chaykin, a young genius physicist. In the opening cinematic, Lester arrives at his high-tech underground laboratory in his Ferrari 288 GTO during a thunderstorm and goes to work on his experiment using a particle accelerator, attempting to reconstruct what happened when the universe was born. Immediately before the particles reach their...

Bio Challenge

Bio Challenge

Commodore Amiga - Released - June 1, 1989

The game is set in the future where human existence is threatened. The gene code has become weaker in every generation and is getting close to frailty. Scientists build a cyborg to save human beings. To test this cyborg they send him out for a bio challenge. You play this cyborg ( K.L.I.P.T.) and therefore you take this challenge. Your only mission is to survive! Slightly difficult 2D platform game, with nice graphics and animations and one of the best works from Jean Baudlot in case of music (Amiga Version). Cheats : During play, press ‘ESC’ to pause the game and press ‘G’. This will...

Castle Warrior

Castle Warrior

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

In Castle Warrior the evil magician Zandor poisoned the good king. Now the the player in the role of the prince has to defeat Zandor to get an antidote. The perspective is directly behind the prince's shoulder and the direction is always forward. The content of the six levels vary, but the basic movements are mostly the same: moving left and right, jumping and swinging the sword. Usually the player has to dodge appearing obstacles or fighting a boss enemy, e.g. in one level a dragon has to be defeated or the prince sits in a canoe.

Cruise for a Corpse

Cruise for a Corpse

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

1927. When Inspector Raoul Dusentier is invited to a cruise upon a mighty sailing ship by the wealthy businessman Niklos Karaboudjan, he looks forward to nothing but a relaxing week on the sea. Instead, his host manages to get himself killed on the second day. Murdered, to be exact. Too convenient that a policeman is aboard -- Dusentier sets out to search for suspects. He doesn't need to search long. Why is it that none of the family members seem awfully sad about the demise of the old man? Is the mysterious Father Fabiani really as pious as he says? In the tradition of Agatha Christie, each...

Cruise for a Corpse

Cruise for a Corpse

MS-DOS - Released - October 1, 1991

1927. When Inspector Raoul Dusentier is invited to a cruise upon a mighty sailing ship by the wealthy businessman Niklos Karaboudjan, he looks forward to nothing but a relaxing week on the sea. Instead, his host manages to get himself killed on the second day. Murdered, to be exact. Too convenient that a policeman is aboard -- Dusentier sets out to search for suspects. He doesn't need to search long. Why is it that none of the family members seem awfully sad about the demise of the old man? Is the mysterious Father Fabiani really as pious as he says? In the tradition of Agatha Christie, each...

Fade to Black

Fade to Black

Sony Playstation - Released - June 24, 1996

Fade to Black is the sequel to Flashback. At the end of the original game, Conrad Hart gained his freedom and escaped the evil Morphs. Unfortunately, he was caught and cryogenically frozen. Fifty years later, Conrad has been sucked onto an alien spacecraft. As luck would have it, the aliens that saved him are the ones he was trying to escape from. After being sent to New Alcatraz, Conrad befriends a human rebel who breaks him out of the prison and gives him a pistol and a communicator. You take control of Conrad as he fights his way through 13 levels in an effort to regain his freedom. Will...

Fade to Black

Fade to Black

MS-DOS - Released - August 31, 1995

Fade to Black is the sequel to Flashback: the Quest for Identity. The player takes control of Conrad, the hero from Flashback who has been imprisoned by his old enemy, the Morphs. Gaining the trust and assistance of the mysterious Ancients, Conrad must fight off the Morph invasion, not knowing whom he can trust. The game uses fully polygonal graphics for both character models and environment. The camera changes angles depending on the location of the player character, similar to the Alone in the Dark series. Conrad can use various weapons to eliminate the enemies and will also have to solve...

Flashback: The Quest for Identity

Flashback: The Quest for Identity

Commodore Amiga - Released - July 1, 1993

The year is 2142. The player takes control of Conrad B. Hart, a man who has lost his memory. After barely escaping from hostile aliens, Conrad's bike crashes on an unknown planet. Conrad finds himself in the jungle, and from that moment on his quest for survival and his lost identity begins. Flashback: The Quest for Identity incorporates elements of platforming, shooting, and problem-solving. The game can be described as a "cinematic platformer" (commonly referred to as Prince of Persia-style), following a design philosophy that was also manifested in Delphine Software's previous work,...

Flashback: The Quest for Identity

Flashback: The Quest for Identity

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

The year is 2142. The player takes control of Conrad B. Hart, a man who has lost his memory. After barely escaping from hostile aliens, Conrad's bike crashes on an unknown planet. Conrad finds himself in the jungle, and from that moment on his quest for survival and his lost identity begins. Flashback: The Quest for Identity incorporates elements of platforming, shooting, and problem-solving. The game can be described as a "cinematic platformer" (commonly referred to as Prince of Persia-style), following a design philosophy that was also manifested in Delphine Software's previous work,...

Future Wars: Adventures In Time

Future Wars: Adventures In Time

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

In the year 1989, a simple window cleaner is working outside of a skyscraper. Intending to play a prank on his angry boss, the unlikely hero discovers a secret passage leading to a time machine along with mysterious alien documents. Operating the device transports the protagonist to the year 1304, where he is given a seemingly ordinary task of rescuing a lady in danger. However, he soon finds out about a much more serious threat of a global alien invasion. The hero has to travel to the remote future of the 44th century and eventually to the even more remote past of the Cretaceous period to...

Future Wars: Adventures in Time

Sharp X68000 - Released - August 9, 1991

In the year 1989, a simple window cleaner is working outside of a skyscraper. Intending to play a prank on his angry boss, the unlikely hero discovers a secret passage leading to a time machine along with mysterious alien documents. Operating the device transports the protagonist to the year 1304, where he is given a seemingly ordinary task of rescuing a lady in danger. However, he soon finds out about a much more serious threat of a global alien invasion. The hero has to travel to the remote future of the 44th century and eventually to the even more remote past of the Cretaceous period to...

Future Wars: Adventures in Time

Future Wars: Adventures in Time

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

When it comes to producing the fabled ‘Interactive Movie’, all credit has so far gone to Cinemaware. On the other hand, American software house Sierra have been beavering away on their own style of interactive movies. Future Wars takes off from where Sierra apparently stopped. It is almost second generation in much the same vein. You start off as a low window cleaner high up on the outside of a sky scraper. The introductory sequence shows him accidentally knocking his bucket over and taking a rollicking from his boss. Half-closing the window behind him the boss disappears back into the...

James Bond: The Stealth Affair

James Bond: The Stealth Affair

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

The Stealth Affair is a graphic adventure game with a point-and-click interface. The player controls the famous secret agent James Bond (John Glames in the European version), whose task is to travel to South America in order to locate and retrieve a newly designed F-19 stealth plane, which was stolen from the Naval Air Station in Miramar, California.

Moto Racer

Moto Racer

Windows - Released - August 31, 1997

A legend among motorcycle racers and the most memorable game of its kind to ever hit the PC market. Offering a superb blend of lightning-fast superbike racing and hairpin curve-infested motocross events, it became an instant classic. It's got a bunch of nifty features, like two driving models (arcade and simulation), vivid graphics that look pretty nice even today and a broad selection of motorcycles to choose from. But all these look pale when compared to this game's sheer fun factor, which will make you want to keep on playing and will burn itself into your memories forever.

Moto Racer

Moto Racer

Sony Playstation - Released - October 15, 1997

MOTO RACER brings the excitement of motorcycle racing to the PlayStation, and is essentially two racing games in one. showcases both dirt and street bikes, with tracks that fit each bike's acing style. Dirt bikes can race in a typical motocross stadium, which offers plenty of moguls and dirt ramps. In street racing, you'll go to more exotic locales, peeling out and burning rubber in a jungle setting and trying to figure out the best way to negotiate the curves of the Great Wall of China. Also included is a Multiplayer mode, which lets you go full throttle against a friend in head-to-head...

Moto Racer 2

Moto Racer 2

MS-DOS - Released - 1998

Motorcycle racing.

Moto Racer 3

Moto Racer 3

Windows - Released - 2000

Motorcycle racing.

Moto Racer Advance

Moto Racer Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - December 5, 2002

The player controls a motorcyclist and must try to win races on various terrain and settings. Each motorcycle in the game handles differently with some performing better on paved roads and others working better on rougher terrain.[1] There are a number of different modes: Grand Prix (GP), Motocross, and Traffic. GP takes place at a number of different locations across the world on paved tracks in places such as San Francisco and Russia. The paved tracks require the player to learn how to effectively use their brakes around corners. The GP courses contain small differences between them,...

Operation Stealth

Operation Stealth

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Operation Stealth, also known as James Bond 007: The Stealth Affair in the United States, is an adventure game from Delphine Software International, released in 1990. The game is mainly the work of Paul Cuisset (programming) and Jean Baudlot (sound). The game was released with the Bond license in the United States, although this led to some inconsistencies as the MI6 agent appeared to be taking his orders from the CIA. Operation Stealth mainly features a point-and-click style of gameplay reminiscent of many of the LucasArts adventures of the time, as well as a number of more...

Out of this World

Out of this World

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

A young physics professor named Lester conducts a particle experiment. Suddenly, something goes wrong, a lightning strikes, and in a moment Lester finds himself in a strange alien world. Now he must fight for his life, first with his bare hands, then with a gun he finds. But what gives him courage is that he is not alone. One of the aliens who escapes from the prison together with him helps him on his dangerous quest. Friendship can overcome all the obstacles. Out of This World combines shooting, platforming, and puzzle-solving elements. The game is divided into stages; some of them are...

Shaq-Fu

Shaq-Fu

Sega Genesis - October 28, 1994

In the game's storyline, Shaquille O'Neal wanders into a kung fu dojo while heading to a charity basketball game in Tokyo, Japan. There, he stumbles into another dimension, where he must rescue a young boy named Nezu from the evil mummy Sett-Ra.

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