Amstrad CPC - Released - January 1, 1988
Aftermath is a clone of the arcade game Missile Command. The gameplay is very similar in which you must protect the six bases on the bottom of the screen by firing at the missiles heading towards them from your hub. You have a limited supply of ammunition to fire and if your hub is destroyed by a missile you can no longer fire until the level is complete should your bases survive. If all six bases are destroyed the game is over.
Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - May 11, 1988
As a top BMX gang member, members of a rival gang have attacked you. In order to protect your street cred, and thus keep your girlfriend interested in you (can't he get someone less superficial next time?), you must defeat them all. The game scrolls sideways, and puts you on your bike with a spin attack to deal with enemy bikes, skateboarders and scooters. 8 bikes must be beaten to move onto the next level, however this total is reset if you lose a life. There are six different settings across the US, and you can choose to play in front of any of these from the main menu.
Windows - 2005
Dreamworks Madagascar: Paint & Create is a painting and drawing package for children based on the film Madagascar. The game opens with one of four menus, basically the same menu but with a different central character, in which the options are represented by icons around the edges of the screen.
Acorn Electron - Released - December 1, 1987
Invasion Force They came out of the blue. They are known only as the Invaders. Their mission: To claim Earth as their own. Of course, the fact that man was here first didn't stop them. Destroying the major Cities around the globe, then mercilessly mopping up the pockets of resistance. You don't know how many of your comrades are fighting back, or even how many survived as communications were the first thing to go. As far as you are concerned, you are the last. Only you, three ion cannons and lady luck stand between absolute victory, or total defeat. Haunted House You control Albert,...
Acorn Electron - Released - 1988
This compilation of 3 games comprises Howzat, Golf and Fishing. Howzat, written by Jason Chown, is a cricket game for 2 players. You take over as the captain of an international Cricket squad. You have to decide on who would be the best bwolers, whether to run out or whether to stay put. All the great names, Botham, Gatting, to name but a few, are ready to play. Or if you wish you can name your own teams and players. Golf, written by Roland Waddilove, can be played by up to five players. Go round the nine hole course using as few strokes as possible. Avoid the bunkers and the rough, they...
Acorn Electron - Released - July 1, 1987
Do you fancy yourself as the "Pinball Wizard"? Are you able to pass an arcade without indulging in a quick game? Well, now you can enjoy the Pinball thrills in the comfort of your own home, with this all action, frantic, game of Video Pinball.
Commodore 64 - Released - October 16, 1985
Only the bravest volunteer for the ultimate suicide mission to free lost compatriots held prisoner by the armies of death, the forces of oppression. Only the fearless dare take up a challenge where courage and endurance are as essential as intelligence and skill. Compulsive. Action packed. Step forward, modern day hero, you'll never know how good you really are until you've tested yourself on the ultimate mission.