Probe Software

1943: The Battle of Midway

1943: The Battle of Midway

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

The game is set in the Pacific theater of World War II, off the coast of the Midway Atoll. The goal is to attack the Japanese Air Fleet that bombed the players' American Aircraft Carrier, pursue all Japanese Air and Sea forces, fly through the 16 levels of play, make their way to the Japanese battleship Yamato and destroy her. 11 Levels consist of an Air-to-Sea battle (with a huge battleship or an aircraft carrier as an End-Level Boss), while 5 levels consist of an all-aerial battle against a squadron of Japanese Bombers and a Mother Bomber that needs to be destroyed. As in 1942, players...

Alien 3

Alien 3

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 1, 1993

You grope through the darkness. Sweat soaks your shaved head. Heart-pounding fear chokes your breath. Your motion tracker flashes. An alien's flesh-ripping exoskeleton glimmers overhead. You want to run. But, if you don't destroy every egg-laying, chest-bursting, acid-spitting xenomorph on the planet with everything you've got... from a plasma rifle to a blow torch... the nightmare will never end!

Alien 3

Alien 3

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

The Xenomorph are fast, spit acid and are right behind YOU! Can't see very far ahead in these air ducts. Hard to breathe. Face-huggers can be anywhere. Must find the Mother alien. The closer you get the more Aliens you find...better not have them find you first! Just keep telling yourself. "this isn't really happening...it's only a game!"

Alien 3

Alien 3

Sega Genesis - Released - October 1, 1992

The XENOMORPH are fast, spit acid and are right behind you! The motion tracker is your only warning. No time to think, no time to catch your breath... RUN! Can't see very far ahead in these air ducts. Hard to breathe. Face-huggers can be anywhere. Must find a queen alien. The closer you get, the more aliens you find... Better not have them find you first! Just keep telling yourself, "This isn't really happening... It's only a game!!!"

Baal

Baal

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Baal is a monster who has stolen a war machine. You, as leader of the "Time Warriors" must destroy his minions, collect the war machine pieces (they flash yellow), and destroy Baal. You can use joystick or keyboard.

Back to the Future Part III

Back to the Future Part III

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

1885 was never like this! The time-traveling adventures of Marty McFly and Doc Brown step up pace for this, the final and most exciting in the Back To The Future trilogy! Stranded in Hill Valley back in the Wild West, you play both Marty AND Doc in a frantic race against time — not easy with Buford "Mad Dog" Tannen and his gang of gunslingers standing in your way!

Back to the Future Part III

Back to the Future Part III

Sega Genesis - Released - 1991

From the wild, wild West: Good guys, bad guys, street cleaning showdowns, a pretty lady in distress and a time machine the does 88MPH. Too bad the nearest gas station is decades down the road. Your only way home is to catch Doc Brown's train to the future. But you've got some wild west action standing you and the Doc's 20th Century Express, Clara Clayton's runaway buggy, Buford Tannen's gang and old Mad Dog Buford himself. So hurry up and don't miss you train - because the next stop is more than a century away.

Body Count

Body Count

Sega Genesis - Released - July 1, 1994

Body Count has a simple story: aliens have invaded the Earth, and a lone soldier who is particularly skilled at shooting and sniping is called to save the planet. The game is an arcade-style shooter. The player shoots from a first person perspective at enemies that keep appearing on the screen. Once a sufficient amount of enemies has been eliminated, the player is automatically transferred to the next fixed screen. On the way the player can pick special items that allow the use of a powerful all-screen attack a limited number of times.

Bram Stoker's Dracula

Bram Stoker's Dracula

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

In the black of night he stalks his unwitting victims with the passion of a prince and the grace of a wild animal. He is the Prince of Darkness–Count Dracula–and he's cast his hypnotic spell on your lovely mistress, Mina Murray. Now you, Jonathan Harker, must nail this notorious bloodsucker to the stake and save the fair Mina from a fate worse than death–eternal life as a vampiress.

California Games II

California Games II

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Push your courage and cool to their limits in four innovative action sports from California. Showcase your skills speeding around the skateboard track, body boarding on foaming breakers, hang gliding over the ocean and snowboarding down perilous slopes.

Daffy Duck in Hollywood

Daffy Duck in Hollywood

Sega Master System - Released - 1994

Presenting the world famous Daify Duck P.I. Armed with your lethal bubble gun search the Hollywood film sets for Yosemite Sam's Golden Cartoon World Movie Awards and the despicable Mad Professor Duck Brain.

Daffy Duck in Hollywood

Daffy Duck in Hollywood

Sega Game Gear - Released - January 1, 1994

Presenting the world famous Daffy Duck P.I. Armed with your lethal bubble gun, search the Hollywood film sets for Yosemite Sam's Golden Cartoon World Movie Awards and the despicable Mad Professor Duck Brain.

Dan Dare III: The Escape

Dan Dare III: The Escape

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1990

In the third game in the Dan Dare series, Dan has been kidnapped by an evil alien race known as the Treens and taken to their scientific satellite orbiting Venus, but it doesn't take long for Dan to break free and goes down into their ship. While searching it, he eventually finds an escape shuttle sitting in the launch bay, only to discover that it is out of fuel. He returns to the satellite in an attempt to find some. The fuel cans are scattered around the five levels of the ship, which Dan can get to by using the Mekon's teleporters. To get to them though, Dan needs to destroy any Treen...

Demon's Revenge

Demon's Revenge

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1988

The clumsy Merlin Jnr has been tasked with cleaning up his master's castle while he is away. While doing so he toppled four jars containing fthe four talismen of the demon Trodor. This has set the demon free to wreck havoc in the castle. The talisman must be restored to contain the evil demon and restore peace. Merlin Jnr travels around the castle in search for items that aid in his quest, he needs spells to deal with the various enemies set free by the demon and keys to access different types of doors. Four pieces of each talisman need to be found and brought to temples in the heart of the...

Desert Speedtrap starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote

Desert Speedtrap starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Road Runner is a freewheeling bird, just speeding down the road and minding his own business. But Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner's old foe, has decided that he's hungry for some roast Road Runner. Wile E. will stop at nothing to dine on Road Runner, but with a little luck — and a little help from you — Road Runner may just be able to outsmart that crafty coyote!

Down to Earth

Down to Earth

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

Down to Earth is a Boulder Dash inspired arcade game. Your mission is to clear 30 different planets with your Astra-Dozers to make way for an interstellar by-pass commissioned by the Galactic Lifeform Commission in the year 3080. In order to do that you have to clear the levels of alien Circsaws, Trigons and Conenabs. Some of these are mortal enemies and and can be pitted against each other. The aliens are trapped in soil pockets and are let out by dozer's activities. Aliens are disposed of either by dropping rocks on them or catching them in the blast of your limited supply of bombs. Bombs...

Dynamic Duo

Dynamic Duo

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1988

In Dynamic Duo the player takes the role of a bird and a dwarf who explore a haunted castle. The goal is to open the door the the calculation room, but to do so ten hidden keys have to be found first. The screen is divided into three parts: the action screen, a map and the status screen. The player can switch between the two protagonists at will and if they explore different parts of the castle (or if a second player takes part) the map gets replaced with a second action screen. This is necessary because the two have different abilities: the bird can fly and is generally faster while only...

The Flash

The Flash

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Electronics wizard Trachmann and master villain Trickster have teamed up to take control of Central City, and it's up to The Flash to set things right. Use your wits and The Flash's super speed to track down these villains before time runs out!

George Foreman's KO Boxing

George Foreman's KO Boxing

Sega Genesis - Released - 1993

You're "Big George" Foreman and you've got an appetite for BIG action that only KO BOXING can satisfy. Battle the computer or go toe-to-toe against a friend! 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!

G-LOC: Air Battle

G-LOC: Air Battle

Sega Genesis - Released - February 5, 1993

The Citizens Defence Force does not trust the United Nations to keep a troubled 21st century world at peace. It confiscates a horde of planes and warships, and as a UN loyalist, it is your job to shoot them down. Solving starvation and disease can wait, apparently. The game is split into 8 stages, which are split into sub-stages over land and sea, each of which has a strict time limit, and a target number of planes to shoot down. They take place from behind your plane, which can be controlled with ‘up’ referring to ‘climb’ or ‘dive’, depending on player preference. You are armed with 10...

Gunship

Gunship

Sega Genesis - Released - 1994

Gunship puts you in control of the US Army's sophisticated helicopter, the Apache AH-64A. Don your helmet and grab the controls, for you must fight your way through four theatres of combat around the world in which the enemy are determined to make sure you fail!

Harley-Davidson: The Road to Sturgis

Harley-Davidson: The Road to Sturgis

Atari ST - Released - 1990

Ride your Harley through the open countryside. You must dodge fallen rocks, automobiles, outrun the police, and rescue a few wayward females with car troubles along the way. During your adventure, you'll be required to upgrade your motorcycle, join cycling events in local towns, and talk to natives in the local stores.

Harley-Davidson: The Road to Sturgis

Harley-Davidson: The Road to Sturgis

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Harley-Davidson: The Road to Sturgis is a Racing game, developed by Probe and published by Mindscape International Ltd, which was released for Amiga in 1990. The tiny town of Sturgis, tucked away in the Black Hills of South Dakota, may seem an odd destination for a loud, greasy Hell’s Angel like yourself, but in August Sturgis becomes a Mecca for about 80,000 bikers from all over the world. The actual road section looks okay, but it gets a bit repetitive dodging obstacles in the road, passing cars and stopping hitchhikers. Of course, you can speed things up but it’s a pity there’s no...

Home Alone

Home Alone

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Oh no! Kevin's home alone, and two burglars plan to break into the house and steal all the loot! It's up to Kevin to find and lock up all the valuables first, and delay the two crooks long enough for the police to arrive!

The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

Sega Master System - Released - 1994

As The Incredible Hulk you must defeat The Leader's evil forces. Plans are afoot to produce a destructive biochemical army and The Leader has enlisted the assistance of your deadliest foes - Tyrannus, Absorbing Man, Abomination and Rhino in a quest for world domination!

The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994

Busting through a brick wall, Rhino charges the Hulk. KRAASH! As the Rhino closes in, the Hulk prepares to knock him to oblivion. The Hulk lands a gamma-powered uppercut! THWAAP! Bruce Banner contends with The Leader's Robot Warriors' laser blasts. THKOOM! The Leader's Bio-Tech Mutants hurl at the angry Hulk. AAAARRRGGG!!

The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 1, 1994

Busting through a brick wall, Rhino charges the Hulk. KRAASH! As the Rhino closes in, the Hulk prepares to knock him to oblivion. The Hulk lands a gamma-powered uppercut! THWAAP! Bruce Banner contends with The Leader's Robot Warriors' laser blasts. THKOOM! The Leader's Bio-Tech Mutants hurl at the angry Hulk. AAAARRRGGG!!

The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

Sega Genesis - Released - July 1, 1994

Busting through a brick wall, Rhino charges the Hulk. KRAASH! As the Rhino closes in, the Hulk prepares to knock him to oblivion. The Hulk lands a gamma-powered uppercut! THWAAP! Bruce Banner contends with The Leader's Robot Warriors' laser blasts. THKOOM! The Leader's Bio-Tech Mutants hurl at the angry Hulk. AAAARRRGGG!!

Jelly Boy

Jelly Boy

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

If it's raining... no problem... he can dodge trouble, give it the hammer or move like a rocket! It's not all hot air, just look again. Is it a bird? Is it a brick? No it's... Jelly Boy!

Jelly Boy

Jelly Boy

Sega Genesis - Unreleased

Jelly Boy is an unreleased Sega Mega Drive platform game. It was developed by Probe Software with the aim of being published by Ocean Software in February 1995. Electronic Arts are also credited. Jelly Boy on the Mega Drive was almost complete when it was axed for unknown reasons. Development is presumed to have taken place around 1994/1995 - a Game Boy version saw a release in PAL territories in 1994, with a similar Super Nintendo version being released in early 1995. No versions of the game have ever been released outside of PAL regions. It is entirely unrelated to another Super...

Lemmings

Lemmings

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

The Lemmings are on the move! These adorable but stupid creatures walk off cliffs, wander mindlessly into flames and drop like rocks into pools of water. They need you to help them dig, build and blast their way to safety through 120 challenging levels.

MetroCross

MetroCross

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

Simple side-scrolling game, where you play a skater who has to pass a set of obstacles in order to reach the end of the level. You can skate up or down in the screen, or even jump, to be safe from the pipes you encounter on the way. As the game progresses, obstacles are more frequent and more challenging, but the essence is the same. Timing is everything in this game.

Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat

Sega Genesis - Released - September 13, 1993

PREPARE YOURSELF... The #1 arcade hit is here: from Sub-Zero, Rayden and the rest of the Kombat Warriors to the grueling endurance and intense mirror matches! Execute bone-shattering combos and awesome finishing moves! Defeat the half-human dragon Goro, and destroy the shape-changing Shang Tsung to become the Supreme Mortal Kombat Warrior!

Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat

Sega Master System - Released - September 13, 1993

In Mortal Kombat, the player receives information concerning the backstories of the characters and their relationships with one another mainly in biographies that are displayed when the start button is not pressed, during attract mode in the title screen. These bios featured short videos of the characters taking their fighting stances and text informing the motives for each character to enter the tournament. The game takes place in a fantasy setting, with most of the game's events occurring on the fictional realms of the Mortal Kombat series. The original game is notably the only title in the...

Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat

MS-DOS - Released - May 25, 1994

Five Hundred years ago, an ancient and well respected Shaolin fighting tournament, held every 50 years, was corrupted by an evil and elderly sorcerer by the name of Shang Tsung. Shang was accompanied by Prince Goro, a warrior of the Shokan race (a four armed half-human/half-dragon). Knowing that if ten tournaments in a row were won by the Outworld champion, the Earth Realm would be conquered by evil and fall into darkness, Shang entered Goro in the tournament and had him defeat the great Kung Lao. Goro has been reigning supreme as the undefeated fighting champion for five hundred years now. As...

Mortal Kombat & Mortal Kombat II

Mortal Kombat & Mortal Kombat II

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1997

This compilation combines the Game Boy versions of: Mortal Kombat Mortal Kombat II

Mortal Kombat II

Mortal Kombat II

Sega Master System - Released - 1994

NOTHING, NOTHING CAN PREPARE YOU! The fierce kombatants of the #1 arcade smash gather for Mortal Kombat II. All yours to Kommand. Brutal moves, friendships, Fatalities, hidden surprises, crushing combos, and outrageous finishing moves. Let the Kombat Kontinue...

Mr. HELI

Mr. HELI

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Mr. Heli, the hero you control in this game, is a little orange helicopter with legs. He can fly freely, but he can also walk around on the ground. The whole action is shown from a side perspective. Mr. Heli is equipped with three different weapons, each of which can be upgraded twice. Button II of your PCE-joypad fires the front gun, a bolt of blue energy, which can be upgraded to a double-shot and to a powerful (and very cool-looking) five-way cannon subsequently. Button I fires a missile straight up into the air. If powered up it is replaced by three or five homing missiles. However, if Mr....

Mr. Heli

Mr. Heli

Atari ST - Released - 1987

Mr. Heli, the hero you control in this game, is a little orange helicopter with legs. He can fly freely, but he can also walk around on the ground. The whole action is shown from a side perspective. Mr. Heli is equipped with three different weapons, each of which can be upgraded twice. Button II of your PCE-joypad fires the front gun, a bolt of blue energy, which can be upgraded to a double-shot and to a powerful (and very cool-looking) five-way cannon subsequently. Button I fires a missile straight up into the air. If powered up it is replaced by three or five homing missiles. However, if Mr....

OutRun Europa

OutRun Europa

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

Strap yourself in for a life or death ride. In hot pursuit of enemy agents, blaze a trail across Europe in the world's most powerful vehicles. Only your skill and determination will get you all the way to your destination - Berlin!

Overlord

Overlord

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1993

Imagine, if you will, a universe that holds only a small group of planets. Each planet, a barren shell waiting to be given life. Imagine further, that within this universe there exists the forces of good and evil. Having only a single Starbase to work from, you set out in ships of your own design and use them to colonize the barren planets. Strategies are needed to meet the many challenges you will face as you strive to become a great leader. Farms need to be established to feed your growing populous. Taxes have to be imposed to raise money to build a stunning array of equipment... from a spy...

Overlord (Virgin Mastertronic)

Overlord (Virgin Mastertronic)

Commodore 64 - Released - January 1, 1990

The goal of Overlord/Supremacy is to create and protect a network of planetary colonies and defeat a computer adversary who is trying to do the same. There are four skill levels, each represented by an enemy race, and each featuring a progressively stronger opponent. The more advanced a system is, the more freedom a player has when purchasing spacecraft. Higher skill levels also result in different numbers of planets in each system.

The Pagemaster

The Pagemaster

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1994

Discover a World Where Imagination and Adventure Run Wild! As Richard Tyler you enter the animated world of the Pagemaster through a gigantic library filled with daring challenges, secret passageways and traps galore! Battle through countless adventures to escape this animated dimension and return to the real world. Find all of the hidden library cards and take your new found friends - Adventure, Horror and Fantasy - with you through a special ending only the best players will ever see!

The Pagemaster

The Pagemaster

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1994

The Pagemaster was released in conjunction with the Macaulay Culkin part action/part cartoon feature film released in 1994. Guide your character through a selection of levels based around themed books, ranging from Horror to Adventure and Fantasy worlds. You can use magic and stomp enemies to death by jumping on their head. Enemies include bats, flying books, giant hands, ghosts, pirates and many more.

The Pagemaster

The Pagemaster

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1994

The Pagemaster was released in conjunction with the Macaulay Culkin part action/part cartoon feature film released in 1994. Guide your character through a selection of levels based around themed books, ranging from Horror to Adventure and Fantasy worlds. You can use magic and stomp enemies to death by jumping on their head. Enemies include bats, flying books, giant hands, ghosts, pirates and many more.

Quartet

Quartet

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

A platform shoot-em-up hybrid from Sega for one to four players, selected from either Joe (yellow), Mary (red), Lee (blue) and Edgar (green). The action takes place over a number of sideways scrolling levels, the bulk of which consist of straightforward platform action. On some levels, however, there are jet packs for the players to collect, and the gameplay's emphasis switched to that of a standard, sideways scrolling shoot-em-up. The object of the game is to destroy an army of robots that have taken over an Earth colony satellite station. Each level has a boss character that must be...

Road Rash

Road Rash

Sega Master System - Released - 1994

The Challenge: Race for your life - there are no rules, no speed limits and no going back! Watch out for roadblocks, oil spills and the cops! Reach speeds of at least 150mph whilst punching, kicking and clubbing your opponent before he gets you first! The adrenalin is pumping... and he's waiting for you...!

RoboCop 3

RoboCop 3

Commodore 64 - Released - 1992

Probe's RoboCop 3 for 8-bit computers combines two different styles of gameplay: the first level is a Operation Wolf-style shooting gallery, while the rest are side-scrolling platform levels. RoboCop's enemies are mostly "Splatterpunks" and "Rehabs", while bosses include Otomo Ninjabots, a tank, and RoboCop's old "friend" ED-209. In the platform levels, Robo can collect weapon power-ups, which upgrade his standard weapon first to rapid fire, then to a three-way shot. Also available are a flamethrower, laser gun and a guided missile (each with only limited ammunition). In level three, RoboCop...

RoboCop 3

RoboCop 3

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 1, 1992

Old Detroit. The streets are full of danger. Only one man can stand alone against such numbers - ROBOCOP! With state of the art weaponry, a skin of steel and nerves to match, he stalks his prey... evil-doers everywhere!

Savage

Savage

Amstrad CPC - Released - January 1, 1988

Savage contains three different parts, each with its own style. You can play all three, but to get more than one life on levels 2 or 3, you must first input the code earned on completing the previous level. You play Savage, a muscular warrior who was imprisoned in a castle. When he broke free, he found out that his imprisonment had been a trick with the sole purpose of imprisoning his love, the maiden. You have to progress through the 3 parts of the game to rescue her. The first is a simple horizontal-scrolling shooter, in which you use the trajectory of your shots to kill enemies and...

Savage

Savage

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Savage contains three different parts, each with its own style. You can play all three, but to get more than one life on levels 2 or 3, you must first input the code earned on completing the previous level. You play Savage, a muscular warrior who was imprisoned in a castle. When he broke free, he found out that his imprisonment had been a trick with the sole purpose of imprisoning his love, the maiden. You have to progress through the 3 parts of the game to rescue her. The first is a simple horizontal-scrolling shooter, in which you use the trajectory of your shots to kill enemies and...

Savage

Savage

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1988

Savage contains three different parts, each with its own style. You can play all three, but to get more than one life on levels 2 or 3, you must first input the code earned on completing the previous level. You play Savage, a muscular warrior who was imprisoned in a castle. When he broke free, he found out that his imprisonment had been a trick with the sole purpose of imprisoning his love, the maiden. You have to progress through the 3 parts of the game to rescue her. The first is a simple horizontal-scrolling shooter, in which you use the trajectory of your shots to kill enemies and...

Sega Chess

Sega Chess

Sega Master System - Released - 1991

Patience, cunning and a desire to be the best - the keys to becoming a master of chess. Sega Chess gives even the most seasoned player the game of a lifetime!

Side Arms

Side Arms

Atari ST - Released - 1989

Originating in the arcades, Side Arms is a horizontally scrolling shoot ‘em up in which you control Lieutenant Henry (a second player can control Sergeant Sanders in some versions), armed with crude weaponry and protective jump-suits. They must save the earth from the mercenary invaders of Bozon. You must first reach Bozon’s territories, then wipe out its forces hidden in caverns and lurking in underground seas, before destroying the main invasion ship. Lots of extra weapons can be picked up, often with similar tokens to those in 1943 and some other Capcom titles. Most weapons can be shot...

SimCity

SimCity

Amstrad CPC - Released

SimCity, later renamed SimCity Classic, is a city-building simulation video game, first released on February 2, 1989, and designed by Will Wright for the Macintosh computer. SimCity was Maxis's second product, which has since been ported into various personal computers and game consoles, and spawned several sequels including SimCity 2000 in 1993, SimCity 3000 in 1999, SimCity 4 in 2003, SimCity DS, SimCity Societies in 2007, and SimCity in 2013. Until the release of The Sims in 2000, the SimCity series was the best-selling line of computer games made by Maxis. SimCity spawned a series of Sim...

Slap Fight

Slap Fight

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

Taking place in the year 2059 in another galaxy, mankind has colonized an alien planet called Theon after evacuating a previously colonized planet Orac. Five years ago, the colony on Orac was attacked by alien invaders and the war was so intense, the colonists were forced to leave. However, Theon is now under attack by the same alien fleet, but the humans are ready. The player assumes the role of an Allied League of Cosmic Nations (ALCON) fighter pilot in the SW475 star fighter to stop the invaders from taking over Theon.

Smash T.V.

Smash T.V.

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

The year is 1999. The world's most popular television show is Smash T.V., an ultra-violent contest between two armed-to-the-teeth combatants, set loose in a series of deadly arenas that are filled to bursting with hordes of mindless beasts and killer robots. The aim of the game is to blast everything in sight and try to grab more cash and prizes than the other guy. Toaster ovens, VCRs, fancy cars and luxury holidays are there for the taking... for anyone who can survive long enough to enjoy them. Smash T.V. is an insane shoot-em-up from the brain of Eugene Jarvis, creator of Robotron: 2084....

Smash T.V.

Smash T.V.

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Moving from one room to the next within the studio/arena, players have to shoot down hordes of enemies as they advance from all sides, while at the same time collecting weapons, power-up items, and assorted bonus prizes until a final show down with the show's host where you are finally granted your prizes, your life and freedom. One of the enemies is fat and is named Mr. Shrapnel who roams aside of the walls of some rooms and after a short period of time he explodes. In the NES version, he is replaced by a giant rolling bomb.

Solomon's Key

Solomon's Key

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

Solomon's Key is a platform game with both action and strategy elements. On each level your goal is to retrieve a key which can then be used to unlock the exit. To help out, you have a magic wand which can be used to create and destroy blocks (though some blocks can't be destroyed). In order to reach the key you will need carefully to arrange the blocks on the screen so you can jump your way around safely. Wandering around each level are a variety of enemies which will cause you to lose a life if you're caught. Some creatures can be killed by destroying the block they are standing on, others...

Stargate

Stargate

Sega Genesis - Released - 1994

As Colonel O'Neil, a variety of objectives must be met starting with the recovery of supplies and the finding of other teammates, including civilian archaeologist Daniel Jackson. Once regrouped, O'Neil must lead the attack on the god, Ra and escape back to Earth before the power of the nuclear bomb can be unleashed on this new world. The game is a side-scroller platform adventure. The player controls O'Neil on a variety of objectives and is armed with a rifle weapon and grenades. Embarking through desert, caverns and nomad towns... eventually to the palace of Ra.

Stunt Bike Simulator

Stunt Bike Simulator

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

To be the best stuntman in the business, you Chad Adams are going to have to prove yourself by taking your motorbike and attempting five different dangerous tasks. Your five tasks are: Hang-Glider Drop: Chad is swooping in on a hang-glider. You control the motorbike which you must avoid the obstacles on the road and trying to position yourself under Chad. When he is in line you press the fire button to drop him on the bike.

Super Smash T.V.

Super Smash T.V.

Sega Genesis - Released - August 1, 1992

There was a time when the only way you could experience the explosive, award-winning arcade action of SMASH TV was to play it in the arcades. That was then... SUPER SMASH TV for Genesis is now! The real arcade game where you blast mutant cyborgs, pulverize club wielding mechanoids and blow tactical assault tanks to smithereens. Sure you can win cars and toasters - but first you must destroy the metal munching twin cobras, 30 tons of angry Mutoid Man and more. Tune into SMASH TV and bring the smashing arcade action home!

Super Smash T.V.

Super Smash T.V.

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

Congratulations! You're the next lucky contestant on the game show with the ultimate in prizes....YOUR LIFE! Pick 6 futuristic weapons and defeat hordes of cyborg mutants, power orbs, assault tanks and the 30-ton mutoid man! Features: 1 & 2 player simultaneous action; 2 controller action giving 360° firepower. Based on the Williams/Bally® arcade smash.

T2: The Arcade Game

T2: The Arcade Game

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

The #1 arcade shooting game of all time explodes onto Master System! You're a T-800 terminator with an awesome array of weapons: rapid-fire machine gun, shotgun, rockets and an M-79 grenade launcher. Blast endoskeletons and HK's... terminate the liquid metal T-1000 or be TERMINATED!

T2: The Arcade Game

T2: The Arcade Game

Sega Genesis - Released - 1992

T2: The Arcade Game features seven levels based on specific scenes or general concepts in the film. The first four levels act as a prelude, as the player guns down waves of metal Terminators across a post-apocalyptic Battlefield, a besieged Human Hideout, and through the security checkpoints of the enemy supercomputer SkyNet. After destroying the computer, players travel back in time to protect John and Sarah Connor, while also destroying every scrap of SkyNet research at the headquarters of its manufacturer. From there, players must fend off the indestructible T-1000 until the final showdown...

T2: The Arcade Game

T2: The Arcade Game

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 1, 1994

The #1 arcade "shooter" of all time explodes onto Super NES! You're a T-800 terminator armed with rapid-fire machine guns, plasma pulse rifles, shotguns, guided missiles and M-79 grenade launchers! Blast armies of endoskeletons! Destroy missile-firing HK's! Terminate the liquid metal T-1000... or be TERMINATED!

Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles

Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - March 1, 1990

PREPARE TO SHELL OUT SOME PUNISHMENT! Only hours ago, April O'Neil was kidnapped from her mobile news van by the vile, ruthless terrorist bully SHREDDER! He's a Slice-O-Matic crum, a villain more vicious than an army of mind-altered Bruce Lees. The fearless foursome must concoct a way to rescue April before Shredder brainwashes her into joining his Ninjitsu Foot Clan. They'll combine this treacherous task with the mission they've been on since their mutated beginnings - to thrash Shredder and capture his Life Transformer Gun, the lone piece of technology that can turn their rat friend,...

Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles: The Coin-Op

Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles: The Coin-Op

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - November 1, 1991

The Return Of The Awesome Foursome! Now two dudes or dudettes can join forces and double team Shredder and his turtle terminators in a bid to save April and Splinter. Choose which lean, green turtle you control and haul shell around this fully scrolling version of the coin-op game and save April from a burning building. Meanwhile Splinter gets kidnapped and you must trash dodgy dudes Bebop and Rocksteady to set him free.

The Terminator

The Terminator

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

Kyle Reese, a lone warrior from the future, returns to the past to protect the one woman who holds the key to the survival of the human race. Together they must face not only everything Los Angeles has to throw at them, but also the terrifying might of a cyborg known as the Terminator... who will stop at nothing to kill them both.

The Terminator

The Terminator

Sega Genesis - Released - February 1, 1992

Welcome to Los Angeles in the year 2029. A post-nuclear hell where robotic machines rule the planet and the elimination of humans is the priority. You assume the role of Kyle Reese, a battled-hardened commando from this holocaust future sent back in time to modern day LA. Your mission: to protect Sarah Conner- the young woman who holds the key to the future survival of the human race. Your enemy is The Terminator, a cyborg-killing machine sent back to destroy her. You must protect Sarah at any cost. But you’d better be fast and smart, because The Terminator doesn’t give second chances!...

Trantor: The Last Storm Trooper

Trantor: The Last Storm Trooper

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

In this game you play the role of a man who has been stranded on an alien planet after his space ship explodes and you must find pieces of it to rebuild it. The gameplay involves you jumping across platforms and shooting at droids and aliens but also ducking to avoid high flying robots. The game is played from a side scrolling perspective. The baddies come thick and fast and the only way to cope is to keep moving.

Trantor: The Last Stormtrooper

Trantor: The Last Stormtrooper

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

In this game you play the role of a man who has been stranded on an alien planet after his space ship explodes and you must find pieces of it to rebuild it. The gameplay involves you jumping across platforms and shooting at droids and aliens but also ducking to avoid high flying robots. The game is played from a side scrolling perspective. The baddies come thick and fast and the only way to cope is to keep moving.

Trantor: The Last Stormtrooper

Trantor: The Last Stormtrooper

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

In this game you play the role of a man who has been stranded on an alien planet after his space ship explodes and you must find pieces of it to rebuild it. The gameplay involves you jumping across platforms and shooting at droids and aliens but also ducking to avoid high flying robots. The game is played from a side scrolling perspective. The baddies come thick and fast and the only way to cope is to keep moving.

Trantor: The Last Stormtrooper

Trantor: The Last Stormtrooper

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1987

In this game you play the role of a man who has been stranded on an alien planet after his space ship explodes and you must find pieces of it to rebuild it. The gameplay involves you jumping across platforms and shooting at droids and aliens but also ducking to avoid high flying robots. The game is played from a side scrolling perspective. The baddies come thick and fast and the only way to cope is to keep moving.

Turbo Out Run

Turbo Out Run

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Turbo Outrun the player in control of a male driver sitting alongside his girlfriend in a Ferrari F40, racing against the clock and a computer-controlled opponent in a Porsche 959 in a race across the United States. The goal is to reach Los Angeles from a starting point of New York City. Unlike the original Out Run, however, there are no branch roads to choose from. Instead, there is only one way from the start to the end of the road.

Turrican

Turrican

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - September 3, 1990

A story of times long gone by, tells us of the three-headed Morgul, who lives a secluded life in his kingdom. This Morgul is the cause of all the fears and nightmares of mankind. It is furthermore said, that in ancient times he was banished to an unknown dimension by the hero Devolon. Fear and sleepless nights disappeared out of the people's lives. For some time now people have again been tormented by nightmares and suffer from a serious state of dread and fear. Hardly anybody dares to set a foot onto the streets at night and a dreadful fear that Morgul has returned to his kingdom is alive...

Virtual Soccer

Virtual Soccer

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 18, 1994

Footie at it's finest! HERE'S a soccer game that's so hot, your screen is cooking with action the minute you turn on the juice! Super shots! Off-sides! Penalties! Substitutions! Cheering fans! This one has it all! VIRTUAL SOCCER is a footie fan's dream come true! More than just a game, it's designed to let you experience every aspect of this spectacular sport! Just take a look at this: A choice of three pitches: Top view, Side view and Flat view. An international selection of 24 teams that vary from super tactical to downright dirty. Detailed graphics and animations. A variety of formations...

Viz: The Game

Viz: The Game

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1991

Viz: The Game is an action game where the players run through various scrolling environments. It is based on a British comic magazine VIZ which, like the game, features lots of crude humour and fart jokes. The player controls one of the 3 Viz characters - Johnny Fartpants, Buster Gonad, or Biffa Bacon. The race takes place in five different scrolling environments; country, town, building site, beach and a disco. During the race you have to dodge traps and other characters from the VIZ comics. There are also two mini-games for each character which include Pint Drinking, blowing up balloons with...

Viz: The Game

Viz: The Game

Amstrad CPC - 1991

Viz: The Game is an action game where the players run through various scrolling environments. It is based on a British comic magazine VIZ which, like the game, features lots of crude humour and fart jokes. The player controls one of the 3 Viz characters - Johnny Fartpants, Buster Gonad, or Biffa Bacon. The race takes place in five different scrolling environments; country, town, building site, beach and a disco. During the race you have to dodge traps and other characters from the VIZ comics. There are also two mini-games for each character which include Pint Drinking, blowing up balloons with...

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