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1000 Miglia

1000 Miglia

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Based around a classic motor car race from either side of the war, 1000 Miglia (literally '1000 miles') is an unusual racing game. You have to progress across Italy through a number of stages in your rickety 20s car. Keeping within time limits at each point is crucial to staying in the game. At the beginning of the game, you can choose the spare parts that you will take with yourself in case your car breaks down. You also choose a car and set up the skills for your two drivers; you can distribute points between Skill, Resistance and Mechanics, and choose the driver's favorite part of the...

1000 Miglia Volume I: 1927 to 1933

1000 Miglia Volume I: 1927 to 1933

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Based around a classic motor car race from either side of the war, 1000 Miglia (literally '1000 miles') is an unusual racing game. You have to progress across Italy through a number of stages in your rickety 20s car. Keeping within time limits at each point is crucial to staying in the game. At the beginning of the game, you can choose the spare parts that you will take with yourself in case your car breaks down. You also choose a car and set up the skills for your two drivers; you can distribute points between Skill, Resistance and Mechanics, and choose the driver's favorite part of the race....

3D World Boxing

3D World Boxing

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

In this boxing game you can choose from dozens of boxers with different attributes in skill areas such as Power, Defence and Punishment. You can play a single match or an entire championship. Each match is presented by an announcer and a good looking girl, as in real matches. The boxers are represented with realistic graphics for the epoch as large on-screen characters. Realistic scoring is awarded for each round. There is only one type of punch available, although a 3D ring view results in realistic movement, and head-lock situations can occur.

3D World Boxing

3D World Boxing

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

3D World Boxing is an average boxing game that looks better than it plays. Choosing from dozens of boxers available, you can either play a single match or an entire championship.

3D World Soccer

3D World Soccer

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

3D World Soccer is a Sports game, developed and published by Simulmondo, which was released in 1992.

3D World Tennis

3D World Tennis

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

Score as many points as possible through the consecutive sets while attempting to prevent your opponent from doing the same.

500 c.c MotoManager

500 c.c MotoManager

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

In this game the player manages a 500cc motorcycling team, starting with a certain budget of around $4,000,000. The gameplay includes the economical and technical management, motorcycle riding simulation on the famous circuits such as Phillip Island, etc., and management of the racer actions during the race. In adjustment phase you should select one of 20 racers from around the world (USA, UK, Italy, France, Australia, Japan, Germany) to enlist and select one of 14 motorcycles (Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Cagiva, Gilera) to buy. The enlistment bonus price of racers differs based on...

The Basket Manager

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

In the game you as manager of Basketball team start your career with a budget of $9,000,000. The gameplay includes the economical management of the team and playing the baseketball game itself on the field. In management phase the player has to buy a team of 8 players, and assign 5 of them for a match. The price of players differs based on their skill and experience. The experience is described by two parameters: Rookie and Veteran, and skills are described by four parameters: SP (Running speed), SK (Skill in getting set for taking shot), ST (Stamina), SH (Shooting ability). Starting with...

The Basket Manager

The Basket Manager

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

In the game you as manager of Basketball team start your career with a budget of $9,000,000. The gameplay includes the economical management of the team and playing the baseketball game itself on the field. In management phase the player has to buy a team of 8 players, and assign 5 of them for a match. The price of players differs based on their skill and experience. The experience is described by two parameters: Rookie and Veteran, and skills are described by four parameters: SP (Running speed), SK (Skill in getting set for taking shot), ST (Stamina), SH (Shooting ability). Starting with...

Basket Playoff

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

In this sequel to The Basket Manager you are coach of professional basketball team, starting with a budget of $34,000,000. The gameplay includes the economical management of the team and playing the basketball game itself on the field in Tournament or Single Match mode. In management phase you should buy a team of 8 players, and assign 5 of them for a match. The price of players differs based on their skills described by four parameters: SP (Running speed), SK (Skill in getting set for taking shot), ST (Stamina), SH (Shooting ability). The 50 available players include famous music, movie,...

Big Game Fishing

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Finally, after months and months of hard work in the busy metropolis you have decided to allow yourself a vacation on the limpid waters of the south seas where you will be able to engage your favorite sport : BIG GAME FISHING! But natives won't lose a chance to make some money of you: if you don't want your vacation to end in 1 day, you will have to catch not only a considerable amount of fish, but also the kind and the quantity of fish requested at the beginning of each day. If you should fail, you wont be able to pay the cost of your boat and buying gas, bait, etc... So, renting a boat...

Big Game Fishing

Big Game Fishing

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Finally, after months and months of hard work in the busy metropolis you have decided to allow yourself a vacation on the limpid waters of the south seas where you will be able to engage your favorite sport : BIG GAME FISHING! But natives won't lose a chance to make some money of you: if you don't want your vacation to end in 1 day, you will have to catch not only a considerable amount of fish, but also the kind and the quantity of fish requested at the beginning of each day. If you should fail, you wont be able to pay the cost of your boat and buying gas, bait, etc... So, renting a boat...

Big Game Fishing

Big Game Fishing

Atari ST - 1991

Finally, after months and months of hard work in the busy metropolis you have decided to allow yourself a vacation on the limpid waters of the south seas where you will be able to engage your favorite sport : BIG GAME FISHING! But natives won't lose a chance to make some money of you: if you don't want your vacation to end in 1 day, you will have to catch not only a considerable amount of fish, but also the kind and the quantity of fish requested at the beginning of each day. If you should fail, you wont be able to pay the cost of your boat and buying gas, bait, etc... So, renting a boat...

Bowls

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Bowls is a game based on the sport with the same name. You start by rolling a small white ball (known as the jack). Once it has come to rest the players roll bigger and heavier bowls towards the jack. After each competitor has used up their allocated number of bowls,one player is awarded points for the number of his bowls are closer to the jack than his opponent's closest bowl. The game screen is divided in three parts. Half of it is the lane viewed from a top down perspective, with two markers one for the position of the player and the other for the direction. The upper right part of the...

Dylan Dog: Murderers

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Based on the Italian comics character Dylan Dog, London "nightmare detective", Gli Uccisori (The Murderers) is another volume created by Tiziano Sclavi himself and is a side-view action platform game with puzzle elements. After the nightmare Dylan saw in his dream, he received the invitation from one mysterious person to visit a mansion along with many other people. Accepting the invitation, Dylan (clothed in his signature red shirt, black jacket, and blue jeans) entered the house and took part in the sumptuous feast. But the wine was poisoned, and the part of guests were the murderers....

Dylan Dog: The Murderers

Dylan Dog: The Murderers

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

Poor old Dylan Dog (a man with a miserable childhood, no doubt) is, apparently, the star of the ‘No. 1 Italian comic book’. Our hero has had the misfortune to attend a party at which everyone goes barking mad and tries to maim everyone else. Mr Dog’s task is to suss it all out and be the hero. Fat chance. Dylan strolls around this flick-screen ‘whodunit’ as if hunting for his car keys, rather than the forces of evil. Every time you enter a new screen, the game pauses, displaying a little picture to keep you entertained. The high point of this adventure comes when Dylan bumps into other...

Dylan Dog: Through the Looking Glass

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

The second game from Simulmondo based on the Italian comics character Dylan Dog, "horror detective", is a first-person view adventure game largely based on Lovecraft's literary works and their mythology (Cthulhu, the Necronomicon). While you're called to investigate on the murder of a famous archaeologist, an unprecedented volcano activity is taking place, with the scientists unable to find an explanation. The game is divided in two parts, and is quite different from other Simulmondo productions based on Dylan Dog.

Dylan Dog: Through The Looking Glass

Dylan Dog: Through The Looking Glass

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

Dylan Dog: Through The Looking Glass is an Adventure game, developed and published by Simulmondo, which was released in Europe in 1993. The game takes its title from comic book #10 of the series, ‘Attraverso lo Specchio’ (Through The Looking Glass). The plot is simple: One night, a professor of archeology is murdered by a strange and horrible creature which came out of a mirror in his home. The professor’s daughter decides to hire Dylan Dog to investigate the horrible death of her father. And so the game begins. The game is a first person point-and-click adventure. Playing is really...

F.1 Manager

F.1 Manager

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

In this game the player manages a Formula 1 team, starting with a certain budget of around $6,000,000. The gameplay includes the economical and technical management and driving simulation on the famous 16 circuits. In management phase you should select a racer from around the world to enlist, one of 10 or custom cars to buy, enlist supporting team of engineers and mechanics, modify the car for money, examine the next circuit, and adjust the car's parts. In simulation phase you should accelerate/decelerate the car, shift the gears, correctly go into bends, and finish the laps as fast as...

Football Champ

Football Champ

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

Remember I Play 3D Soccer? Well, in their almost obsessive quest to make the ultimate 3D soccer game, Simulmondo have gone a step further. Now, instead of just viewing the pitch from one angle, you rotate the whole world around your player. The effect is impressive as vectors and sprites are scaled and stretched to create a convincing pitch environment. Unfortunately, the game is practically unplayable: it's almost impossible to keep track of what's going on and you can't instantly swap control from one player to another. This leads to an overwhelming feeling of disorientation. There's a...

Formula 1 3D

Formula 1 3D

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Formula 1 3D is a Racing game, developed and published by Simulmondo, which was released in Europe in 1991. Simulmondo was running warm-up laps with Formula 1: They promise fast 3D action with variable detail, giving players the choice of true speed or high realism but at the end this was a wasted opportunity from Simulmondo to make a good racing simulation game. They mixed some arcade elements (timer, few laps, easy handling, no damage) with a bit of simulation. Unfortunately, the mix didn't get well and the result was a dull game (considering also that there was just only one circuit). On...

GP Tennis Manager

GP Tennis Manager

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

GP Tennis Manager is a Sports game, developed and published by Simulmondo, which was released in Europe in 1991. In this game you manage a tennis player, starting with $30,000 at the bottom of Top 100 list, where such legends as Ivan Lendl, Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, etc. present. The gameplay includes the economical management in office and playing the tennis on the famous courts of four playground kinds. In management phase you should select one of the five young rookie players from France, Italy, USA, Germany, or Sweden.After the finish of tournament player may either train his stats...

I Play: 3D Tennis

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

This tennis simulation followed up Simulmundo's 3D World Boxing, while 3D World Soccer was the final game in the series. There is some sports management involved as the player you choose (from pre-built selection or from your own creation) can improve his skills (forehand, backhand, serve, volley, etc.) as he wins matches and prize money and moves up in the rankings. There's 4 different play options: Singles Match, Singles Tournament, Grand Slam, and ATP Tour. You must be qualified to play for the last two options based on your current ranking. Beating opponents ranked higher will move...

Time Runners 01: Gateways In Time

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 02: The Space Stone

Commodore Amiga - 1993

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 03: The Big Run

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 04: The Castle Of Fear

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 05: The Black Knight

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 06: The Bewitched Forest

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 07: In The Land Of The Invaders

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 08: The Impregnable Fortress

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 09: The Time Demon

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 10: The Time Sentry

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 11: The Steel City

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 12: A Target For The Cyborg

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 13: Cyberkiller

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 14: Toraxid: War Star

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 15: At The Speed Of Light

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 16: The Galaxy Emperor

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 17: The Living Labyrinth

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 18: The Killer Shadow

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 19: The Nightmare Prince

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 20: The Mountains Of Death

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 21: The Black Dragon's Course

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 22: The Eternal Damned

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 23: The Time Monarch

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 24: Beyond All Dimensions

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 25: The Lost Planet Earth

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 26: The Time Warrior

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 27: Red Night

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 28: Beyond The End

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 29: The Last Revelation

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

Time Runners 30: The Final Duel

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The Time Runners series was published by Simulmondo from 1993 to 1994, thanks to the will of Francesco Carlà to create an "interactive comic book" with characters created ex novo especially for the series (Time Runners of the title). Simulman, the protagonist of a similar series, also appeared in an episode of this. The protagonist of the series is Max, a boy who, in the first episode of the series, gives Jessica (his girlfriend) a ring with a strange red stone. A ray of light starts from the stone, opening a portal from which two blue robots emerge, stealing the ring and kidnapping...

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