Interplay

3DO Buffet

3DO Buffet

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - 1995

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The Adventures of Rad Gravity

The Adventures of Rad Gravity

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1990

You are Rad Gravity, a futuristic heroic spaceman. A mad scientist disrupts the peaceful universe and it is your job to visit various planets to re-establish contact between all the worlds. Sights vary between verdant planets, lava pits and hazardous jumps, with gravity variations and craters. Take a radical trek through interstellar space...Mix it up with weird aliens...And save the galaxy from the evil Agathos. Get upside down...in the greatest space adventure ever!

Atomic Bomberman

Atomic Bomberman

Windows - Released - July 31, 1997

Think you're smarter than the collective intelligence of 9 other bombers throwing bombs faster than your mind can comprehend? Try your hand at this fast paced classic from the 90's with up to 10 players filled with mayhem and blown up body parts. Bombs Away!

The Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight

The Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight

Apple II - 1986

The Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight is a fantasy role-playing video game created by Interplay Productions in 1986. It is the first sequel to The Bard's Tale, and the last game of the series that was designed and programmed by Michael Cranford. The game features Dungeons and Dragons-style characters and follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, The Bard's Tale, also created by Michael Cranford. The Bard's Tale II takes place on a larger scale with an explorable wilderness, six cities, and multiple dungeons which give this game its dungeon crawl character. The game has new...

The Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate

The Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate

Apple II - 1988

The Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate is a computer fantasy role-playing game created by Interplay Productions in 1988. It is the second sequel to The Bard's Tale. It was designed by "Burger" Bill Heineman (now known as Rebecca Heineman), Bruce Schlickbernd, and Michael A. Stackpole. (from wikipedia)

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

Acorn Archimedes - Released - 1993

Battle Chess is a quite typical chess game, but it comes with a twist: all pieces are represented by small, realistic figures that walk around on the chessboard, and when one piece takes another, they both take part in an animated battle. There is a different animation for each permutation, depending on which pieces are capturing or being captured. You can also play in 2D without animation. The game's opening library includes 30,000 different moves, ensuring a variety of games will unfold across the 10 skill levels.

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

Apple IIGS - 1989

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

Battle Chess is a quite typical chess game, but it comes with a twist: all pieces are represented by small, realistic figures that walk around on the chessboard, and when one piece takes another, they both take part in an animated battle. There is a different animation for each permutation, depending on which pieces are capturing or being captured. You can also play in 2D without animation. The game's opening library includes 30,000 different moves, ensuring a variety of games will unfold across the 10 skill levels. Multi-player support can be extended to modem and/or serial port play.

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - January 1, 1993

Battle Chess is a quite typical chess game, but it comes with a twist: all pieces are represented by small, realistic figures that walk around on the chessboard, and when one piece takes another, they both take part in an animated battle. There is a different animation for each permutation, depending on which pieces are capturing or being captured. You can also play in 2D without animation. The game's opening library includes 30,000 different moves, ensuring a variety of games will unfold across the 10 skill levels. Multi-player support can be extended to modem and/or serial port play.

Battle Chess 4000

Battle Chess 4000

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

The Battle Chess series took the basic game of chess and added animations for each battle between pieces, bringing the game to a wider audience, with no intention of providing something for Kasparov to spar with. This edition follows the same premise, but with a futuristic science-fiction feel. Pieces are animated from clay models, with a new range of animations. The game can be played in 2D mode as an alternative. The game's artificial intelligence learns your strategies and game plan as it plays with you, and there are over 30,000 distinct moves in the library of openings.

Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess

Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

A sequel to the original Battle Chess, this game takes on a more Chinese approach, both in the rules of the game and in the presentation. Using a Chinese variation of the game of Chess, pieces like the Queen and Bishop are replaced by Counsellors, Ministers, and Cannon. Pieces behave differently than their European counterparts and even the board is set up differently. Two things remain the same: the ultimate goal of checkmating the opposing player's king and the Battlechess style animated battles that occur when two pieces contend for the same spot on the board.

Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure

Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1994

You will have an adventure in an unknown world as a caped hero who slings his own boogers to vanquish his foes. The hero of the game is a booger-tossing, noisily burping, fart-spewing man named Snotty Ragsdale. While he lives his normal life as an eccentric millionaire, his natural "in-stinks" come in handy when he dons the mask of the smelly hero Boogerman.

Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure

Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 1, 1995

He thinks he's a hero, but he's snot! He's mean. He's green. And he nose how to pick a fight! He's BOOGERMAN, as slick as he is deep, and he's on a pick 'n' flick adventure to save the world. He's stretched to the limit of blowing away the vile slimebags who are bent on sticking it to Planet Earth, any way, every way, and everywhere they can. You're his first pick to help him rescue the whole world before it's flushed down the toilet. Join the flick-or-be-flicked race to pull the plug on the Booger Meister and his gang of filthy stinkers who aren't afraid to fight dirty... because yours...

Borrowed Time

Borrowed Time

Apple II - 1985

Borrowed Time is a 1985 point-and-click adventure game. The storyline is about a detective, who tries to rescue his kidnapped wife. The game was developed by Interplay and published by Activision. Mastertronic republished it as a budget game, renamed Time to Die.

C2 Judgment Clay: Clay Fighter 2

C2 Judgment Clay: Clay Fighter 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1995

Bad Mister Frosty is buffed up and faster than greased lightning. This surly snowman has mayhem on his mind... but there's some bunny new in town with a hare-trigger temper. You can bet the fur will fly as this wild hare unleashes a barrage of blistering rabbit punches on Bad Mister Frosty. Could there be a new top bunny in town, or will he get his cottontail kicked?

Clay Fighter 63 1/3

Clay Fighter 63 1/3

Nintendo 64 - Released - October 21, 1997

In this zany beat 'em up, clay animated fighters clash in a fight to the clay death. Characters such as Bad Mr. Frosty (a snowman gone terribly bad), Blob (a green pile of slime), Bonker the nightmare clown and a host more are available to choose from, each with a range of moves that no clay animated character has ever attempted before (such as throwing chickens, clay, and plenty of other objects, including themselves). Graphics are a combination of 2D clay animated characters and 3D designed foregrounds/backgrounds.

Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut

Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut

Nintendo 64 - Released - May 15, 1998

ClayFighter: Sculptor's Cut is an updated version of Clay Fighter 63 1/3, both from the Nintendo 64. The same story and characters from the previous game remained, though now it had some additional features such as new characters, though some things, like certain character moves, were removed. It also featured Lockjaw Pooch, who was thought to be deceased.

Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness

Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness

Sega Saturn - April 20, 1995

Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness, released in Japan as simply Cyberbots (Japanese: サイバーボッツ?), is a fighting game developed and published by Capcom in 1995. It is a spin-off of the beat'em up game Armored Warriors. Cyberbots was ported to the Sega Saturn and the PlayStation. The game only saw limited distribution in arcades outside of Japan. With the exception of the untranslated PlayStation Network release, none of the console ports were released overseas. A sci-fi one-on-one fighting game in which several characters converge in the wastes of the far future and must fight each other for their...

Descent

Descent

Acorn Archimedes - Released - March 17, 1995

In the shoes of a Material Defender working for the PTMC, the objective is to take to the underground and overcome the epidemic of rogue mining robots plaguing across planets in a heart pounding 360 degree action shooter.

Descent I and II

Descent I and II

Acorn Archimedes - Released - 1996

A 3D game where you fly a craft through all manner of twisting, complex mazes whilst battling alien ships. Within Descent you're in charge of a space ship flying through mines and other twisty-turny passages destroying enemies, fulfilling targets and generally ensuring the longevity of your life. Pretty much everything within the game can be destroyed, including yourself. There are plenty of robots gone bad to take out. If you keep out of the way of their weapons, it's possible to push them into the scenery and destroy them like that; but if you miss them you could very well end up killing...

Descent to Undermountain

Descent to Undermountain

MS-DOS - Released - January 15, 1998

In the city of Waterdeep, people are inexplicably disappearing. In this game, you are asked to descend into Undermountain to determine where they went. You'll explore an underground labyrinth in this Forgotten Realms (AD&D) game built with the Descent engine. Your goal is to find the eight pieces of an amulet used to control the legendary Flame Sword of Lolth. With the power of this sword, an infinite army will be at your command, and Waterdeep will be saved.

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

Microsoft Xbox - January 14, 2004

Brotherhood of Steel is an action game set in the Fallout universe. The Brotherhood members are well armed and carry full clips of ammo (which does run out). New weapons of various nature can be found and equipped to bring new tactics. Shooting down enemies earns experience points and these points are used to improve the attributes of various individual skills. Additionally, your character will have to content with finding keys and other objects, protecting NPCs and jumping over bottomless pits.

Interplay Sports Baseball 2000

Interplay Sports Baseball 2000

Sony Playstation - Released - March 29, 1999

Bottom of the 9th, two outs, and the game is tied. Bagwell steps up to the plate. He takes the first two pitches for strikes. The pitcher delivers the ball, and Bagwell knocks it out of the park. Astros win! Astros win! Live moments like these with INTERPLAY SPORTS BASEBALL 2000. Thanks to a Major League Baseball license, all of the teams, players, and stadiums are here. You can play an Exhibition game or a Home Run Derby to get some quick action, while those who have a little more time should experience the ups and downs of the Season, Tournament, or Playoff modes. For those who want to...

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings: Volume 1

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings: Volume 1

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1994

Adventure comes alive in 16-bit fantasy with the swords and sorcery of J.R.R. Tolkein's "The Lord of the Rings." Prepare yourself as this treasured Tolkien tale takes you on an epic quest to destroy the One Ring that has the power to enslave Middle-earth. But beware, the evil Lord Sauron and his mighty forces will fight you at every turn in your quest to conquer the Balrog and destroy the One Ring of Power.

Kingdom: The Far Reaches

Kingdom: The Far Reaches

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - January 1, 1995

In this adventure game, step into the shoes of Lathan Kandor, a young boy, to defeat the evil Black Wizard. Lathan will find help from his mentor, the mighty magician Daelon. Explore the fantasy lands of the Far Reaches and retrieve three of the five pieces of the ancient relic called The Hand of Mobus. Talk to a variety of characters, collect objects and solve adventure type problems and puzzles. Kingdom: Far Reaches features mouse control, video animations, cartoon-like graphics, an in-game travel map and original music which can be turned off if desired.

Mindshadow

Mindshadow

Commodore Amiga - 1985

At the beginning of Mindshadow you find yourself on a lonely beach in a lifeless hut. With a headache and no memory. The object of the game is to completely regain your memory. As you progress in the game a word or phrase will trigger memories of the past. Like most adventure games the fun of the game is centered on discovery of you and your surroundings.

Neuromancer

Neuromancer

Commodore Amiga - 1989

Based on the cyberpunk novel by William Gibson. In a grimy future, you play Case, a cyberspace cowboy who finds himself broke in Chiba City. Find yourself a laptop and the right software for it so you can hack into databases around the city to regain your access to cyberspace. Buy and upgrade brain implant chips to augment your computer skills, and sell your body parts to afford new technologies. When you get to cyberspace, you'll take on the nasty AIs that guard the most important databases. Within all this information is the bizarre secret of this world of inbred corporations.

Neuromancer

Neuromancer

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Based on the cyberpunk novel by William Gibson. In a grimy future, you play Case, a cyberspace cowboy who finds himself broke in Chiba City. Find yourself a laptop and the right software for it so you can hack into databases around the city to regain your access to cyberspace. Buy and upgrade brain implant chips to augment your computer skills, and sell your body parts to afford new technologies. When you get to cyberspace, you'll take on the nasty AIs that guard the most important databases. Within all this information is the bizarre secret of this world of inbred corporations.

Neuromancer

Neuromancer

Apple II - August 25, 1988

Neuromancer is an adventure video game developed by Interplay Productions and published by Mediagenic (a brand name that Activision was also known by). It was released in 1988 for the Amiga, Apple II, Apple IIGS, Commodore 64, and MS-DOS. It was loosely based on William Gibson's 1984 novel of the same name and set within both the fictional "real world" and the extensively realized and detailed world of cyberspace. It has a a soundtrack based on the Devo song "Some Things Never Change" from their album "Total Devo". The gaming rights at the time were owned by Timothy Leary, who brought the...

Out of This World

Out of This World

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - June 24, 1994

Prepare to leap past traditional computer entertainment, as Out Of This World brings the world of cinema to the action/adventure game. More than two years in development, Out Of This World's cinematic zooms, pans, close-ups and scaling create motion picture-style effects on your living room screen. Its amazing polygonal graphics system brings each character to life in fluid rotoscoped animation. And its digitized hand-painted backgrounds, new sound effects, and phenomenal music score created specifically for the 3DO system create the ultimate interactive, real-time experience. As a brilliant...

Out of This World

Out of This World

Apple IIGS - Released - 1992

Out of This World

Out of This World

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1992

Prepare to leap past traditional computer entertainment, as Out Of This World brings the world of cinema to the action/adventure game. More than two years in development, Out Of This World's cinematic zooms, pans, close-ups and scaling create motion picture-style effects on your living room screen. Its amazing polygonal graphics system brings each character to life in fluid rotoscoped animation. And its digitized hand-painted backgrounds, new sound effects, and phenomenal music score created specifically for the 3DO system create the ultimate interactive, real-time experience. As a brilliant...

Red Asphalt

Red Asphalt

Sony Playstation - Released - January 10, 1998

Red Asphalt incorporates both racing elements and combat. Using a skillful combination of both, your objective is to overcome your opponents and face off against Draenek in the Arena of Death -- the fifth and final world. There are 24 tracks in all, spanning apocalyptic city streets and other futuristic settings. Before your dangerous journey begins, you'll need to choose one of six different characters to play as. Each comes with three varying abilities; the driving skill affects a character's handling ability and top speed, tactical affects weapon lock-on times and aggression is that...

RoboCop Versus The Terminator

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased

RoboCop Versus The Terminator is a cancelled NES game loosely based on the 1992 comic book miniseries of the same name. In the future, human soldiers of John Connor's resistance force against the machines are fighting a losing war against Skynet and its robot forces. Discovering that one of the foundation technologies for Skynet is the cybernetics technology used in the creation of cyborg police officer RoboCop, Flo, a resistance soldier, is sent back in time to destroy RoboCop and stop Skynet from being built. However, Skynet learns of the time travel attempt and sends Terminators to stop...

RoboCop Versus The Terminator

RoboCop Versus The Terminator

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

As Robocop--both the unwitting agent of humankind's destruction and its last possible champion--you must travel across time into a savage future ruled by the mechanical forces of Skynet. From war-torn modern Detroit, to the mean streets of Delta City, and on to the bone-strewn bunkers of post-apocalypse L.A., you'll face attack from every angle, every moment. An unwavering army of Terminators, robotic dogs, spiders, Endoskeletons and a relentless arsenal of automated weapons await you in this veritable nightmare on earth. To destroy this enemy, free its hostages and finally pierce the...

Run Like Hell: Hunt or Be Hunted

Run Like Hell: Hunt or Be Hunted

Microsoft Xbox - September 27, 2002

Run Like Hell (also known as RLH) is a third-person shooter video game designed by Digital Mayhem and released by Interplay for the PlayStation 2 in late 2002 and for Xbox in early 2003. Run Like Hell is set on a space station in the distant future. It features the voice talents of Lance Henriksen, Thomas F. Wilson, Clancy Brown, Kate Mulgrew, Michael Ironside and Brad Dourif. The game also features the music of Three Days Grace and Breaking Benjamin, including an exclusive music video of their song "Polyamorous". The later Xbox version includes one new level and several new alien...

Star Trek: 25th Anniversary

Star Trek: 25th Anniversary

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 1, 1992

When a big mistake in the warp experiment tears a hole in the fabric of space, the original crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise must take the damaged ship back to the scene of the accident. Blast through four stunning levels as Captain James Kirk, commanding the likes of Mr. Spock, Scotty, Chekov, Uhura, and Sulu. Use photon torpedoes, tricorders, hand phasers, transporters, and more, as you explore vast planets and encounter new species. Packed with familiar faces like Dr. McCoy, the infamous Harry Mudd, and others, the game uses actual dialogue and stories from the fabled television series to...

Star Trek: Starfleet Academy - Starship Bridge Simulator

Star Trek: Starfleet Academy - Starship Bridge Simulator

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1995

It's high tension at the Klingon Neutral Zone. You must get past the blockage and deliver supplies to the Federation colonists on a planet claimed by the Klingon Empire. One false move could lead to war and even millions of causalities. Your reputation at the Academy is at stake. Star Trek®: Starfleet Academy, The Bridge Simulator has over 15 simulated missions in the final frontier. Command five different starships, from science vessels to Constitution-class heavy cruisers on a variety of missions ranging from scientific research...to diplomacy...to battle. Star Trek®: Starfleet Academy™,...

Star Trek: Starfleet Command

Star Trek: Starfleet Command

Windows - August 11, 1999

This is a tactical Star Trek fans dream come true. In Star Trek: Starfleet Command, create your own character in the Star Trek universe and follow out a dynamic campaign with your own ship.

Swords and Serpents

Swords and Serpents

Nintendo Entertainment System - August 1, 1990

Step into a new world of gaming, where you not only play, you become. Embark on a quest to slay the evil serpent lurking in the inner most depths of the dungeon. Create a mighty band of adventurers, each having unique powers: A fearless warrior, a cunning thief, a wizard with mystical powers, and an enchanting mystic. While fighting skills are vital, Swords and Serpents will stretch your mind and your imagination. As you explore the dungeons, searching for the trappings of the legendary Ruby Warrior, you'll confront challenges and decisions at every turn. Will you fight? Will you run? Which of...

Tales of the Unknown: Volume I - The Bard's Tale

Tales of the Unknown: Volume I - The Bard's Tale

Commodore Amiga - 1986

The small country town Skara Brae was enjoying a peaceful life, until an evil wizard known as Mangar the Dark appeared. Monsters have invaded the town, terrorizing its inhabitants. Mangar cast the spell of Eternal Winter on the surroundings, isolating Skara Brae from any possible help. Guards that were entrusted with the task of protecting the town have disappeared within one night. Only a party of brave adventurers can save Skara Brae and defeat Mangar. The Bard's Tale is a fantasy role-playing game similar to Wizardry games, with first-person exploration of pseudo-3D maze-like...

Tass Times in Tonetown

Tass Times in Tonetown

Commodore Amiga - 1986

Your grandfather has invented a device which makes real everything he can see in his dream. All the strange places and creatures he can dream about really exist in an alternate reality. One of those creatures, named Franklin Snarl, traveled through the device to our reality and kidnapped Gramps, teleporting him into the crazy world of Tonetown. He hopes that Gramps will always remain asleep, which assures Snarl's own existence! Now it's up to you, the hero of the game to travel to the alternate dimension of Tonetown and to rescue your grandfather. You interact with the environment by either...

Total Recall

Total Recall

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 1, 1991

Based on the 1990 Schwarzenegger film of the same name, Total Recall for the NES generally adheres to the movie's plot across its nine levels. Unlike the various PC iterations, this title was created by Interplay and published by Acclaim. Players control Doug Quaid as he platform hops across Earth and Mars in search of his stolen memories and the responsible parties. A collection of police, soldiers, and creatures will try to stop him. Quaid's default attack is a strong punch, though guns can be knocked away from some guards and picked up for use. Cutscenes between certain levels tell the...

Track Meet

Track Meet

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1991

Track Meet is a Sports game, developed and published by Interplay, which was released in 1991.

Wasteland

Wasteland

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Wasteland takes place in the future after the nuclear holocaust of World War III. The player guides band of Desert Rangers from town to town, gradually uncovering a sinister plot that threatens what's left of mankind. Much of the game is played like most other RPGs of its time: the player navigates the party through the top-down world, fights enemies (which appear randomly in hostile areas) in turn-based style on combat screens represented by enemy pictures, acquires information, equipment, and items from NPCs in towns, etc. The player can create a whole party of adventurers and/or recruit...

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