Mindscape

Addy Junior: Mein Körper

Addy Junior: Mein Körper

Nintendo DS - Released - September 30, 2009

Together with Addy Junior and his friends, the player takes a journey through the human body and learns about its functions and organs. The game offers two levels of difficulty, mini-games and comprehension exercises. Starting with the ear or the eye, the mini-games and other organs are switched on gradually after learning.

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?

Nintendo DS - Released - November 12, 2007

Class is in session—how much have you forgotten since grammar school? Step up to the podium and put your smarts on the line to see if you’re smarter than a 5th grader! Go ahead and play…we won’t tell!

Battleship

Battleship

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 1, 1993

Do you have what it takes to command your own fleet of six ships? Can you survive thrilling, ruthless combat on the high seas? Stalk your enemy through unfriendly waters. Secretly plot your plan of attack. Then fire. It's a hit! But remain on red alert! For your opponent wants victory as much as you do! Capsize a carrier. Demolish a destroyer. Sink up to six ships in your opponent's fleet before your own vessels are found and sunk. Blast the torpedoes and full speed ahead! Strategically hide your own ships while you formulate a cunning plan of attack on your opponent. Enjoy classic game...

Battletoads

Battletoads

Commodore Amiga CD32 - January 1, 1994

You will control a battletoad through various levels. Some are side-scrolling beat-em-ups, other are vertical drops down a shaft, fighting as you go, others have you riding a rocket or surfboard, shooting or avoiding enemies. At the end of each area, there is a boss. In some areas, about half-way through, you may have a mini-boss.

Captive

Captive

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

You awake in prison, without the memory of who you are, where you are and why you are imprisoned. In the corner of your cell you find a briefcase computer, which gives you the control over a unit of four droids. Now you must use these droids to find yourself, and free yourself. Captive has a sci-fi setting, but resembles more a fantasy RPGs with robots and droids. With the help of the droids you explore tech-dungeons and seek information, which leads to the next planet(s) on a path, the end of which is your cell. The movement and fighting is similar to games like Eye of the Beholder,...

Captive

Captive

Atari ST - Released - 1990

You awake in prison, without the memory of who you are, where you are and why you are imprisoned. In the corner of your cell you find a briefcase computer, which gives you the control over a unit of four droids. Now you must use these droids to find yourself, and free yourself. Captive has a sci-fi setting, but resembles more a fantasy RPGs with robots and droids. With the help of the droids you explore tech-dungeons and seek information, which leads to the next planet(s) on a path, the end of which is your cell. The movement and fighting is similar to games like Eye of the Beholder,...

The Chessmaster 3-D

The Chessmaster 3-D

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1996

Based on the popular computer chess program, The Chessmaster 3-D for the PlayStation allows players to challenge a friend or one of 12 virtual chess opponents. Each computer-controlled opponent is rated according to ability. There are also six unique chess sets (each with animated pieces) from which to choose, including Alphabet, Celestial, Deco, Mechanical, Modern, and Staunton. If you need assistance in deciding which pieces to move in order to secure a checkmate, the ChessMaster is available to lend a helping hand. You can perfect your chess playing skills using various teaching options;...

Chessmaster 5000

Chessmaster 5000

Windows - Released - August 1, 1996

Conan

Conan

Nintendo Entertainment System - February 1, 1991

n an age unheard of, where barbarous kingdoms battle for survival in a savage and unforgiving land... you stand alone. You, the great and mighty Conan, born of pure Cimmerian blood, will claim what must be yours... the throne of Aquilonia. Yet, beware! The journey is a dangerous one, with enemies and challenges at every turn. Flying demons assault you, fiendish spirits lash out, a nymph challenges you. What is her plan? Only Conan dares to know the difference between subtle temptress and menacing foe. Now, explore the entire world in the true adventures of Conan, the greatest barbarian hero...

Forbidden Castle

Forbidden Castle

Apple II - August 13, 1985

Forbidden Castle is an Adventure game, developed by Mindscape and published by Angelsoft, which was released in 1985.

Knightmare

Knightmare

Commodore Amiga - December 1, 1991

Knightmare is a computer game on the Amiga and Atari ST computer systems. It was released in 1991 by Mindscape International Ltd. Knightmare is Dungeon Master style 3D rpg adventure game.

Lego Island

Lego Island

Windows - October 2, 1997

Lego Island is a Lego-based action-adventure comedy video game developed by Mindscape. Released for Microsoft Windows on October 2, 1997, the game is the first in the Lego Island series, and the first Lego video game overall, followed by Lego Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge, Island Xtreme Stunts and respective Lego sets.

Les Incollables CE1 - CE2

Les Incollables CE1 - CE2

Nintendo DS - Released - April 24, 2008

Les Incollables CM1 - CM2

Les Incollables CM1 - CM2

Nintendo DS - Released - April 28, 2008

Mad Max

Mad Max

Nintendo Entertainment System - July 1, 1990

To understand you must go back, to when the world was powered by the black fuel. For reasons long forgotten, two mighty tribes went to war and touched off a blaze which engulfed them all. Without fuel they were nothing. Man began to feed on man. The gangs took over the highways, ready to wage war for a tank a gas. In the maelstrom of decay, ordinary men were smashed...men like Max -- a man who wondered out into the wasteland. And it was there, in that blighted place, that he learned what it takes to survive. And now it's your turn. Survive multiple levels of holocaust on the highways,...

Moonstone: A Hard Days Knight

Moonstone: A Hard Days Knight

Commodore Amiga - Released - October 1, 1991

Something's happening in these lands, and the only hope seems to be the moonstone. You, as a chosen knight from the druids are about to find it and bring it back. The game can be played from 1 to 4 players at once, with no difference between solo and multiplayer as no matter how many players play, the story stays the same for everyone. However, if you choose to play with only one player/knight, the other three will be the computer rivals. Wandering through the map, you can visit enchanted places, towns where you can buy equipment or try your luck in gambling, but mostly visited places on the...

NCAA Football

NCAA Football

Sega Genesis - Released - 1994

NCAA Football lets you play as one of sixteen college football teams in either an exhibition game or in tournament play. The tournament pits you against all the other teams which you must win in order to proceed; the game will automatically save after each game won so you can pick up the tournament where you left off. Team rosters are unique in that you can choose players from different decades from the 60's up to the 90's, and you can mix players from different decades if you want.

Out to Lunch

Out to Lunch

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1993

LOST YOUR LUNCH? Please help me! I am the world-famous Pierre Le Chef. This world cooking tour was to have been my greatest, but yikes! The ingredients I need to make my super-duper masterpieces have disappeared! My eggs have escaped, my potatoes have been pilfered Heck! All my food has gone bonkers! No I must chase this crazy food across six countries through 48 challenging levels, bean 'em with flourbags and catch 'em in my net! This won't be easy — that dastardly Le Chef Noir and his helpers, Botulism, Mold and Salmonella, are really giving me a hard time! We'd better get cooking or this...

Outlander

Outlander

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1993

There's no way out... There's no turning back. The hopes of the human race are riding on you. You're there only chance at survival. To go forward, you'll have to fight your way in. And then pray you can get out. Multiple game sequences include combat driving simulation and hand-to-hand roadside battles, a massive arsenal of weapons and vital supplies to find and use.

Outlander

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1992

The game's setting and style closely resemble the movie The Road Warrior ("Mad Max 2"). Your objective is to drive your car through the wasteland, trying to survive motorcycle gang members' attacks and to avoid running out of gas. The gameplay is a split of two genres: racing and side-scrolling. In the racing parts you have to destroy enemies like motorcycle gang members, gyro-copter captains, red trucks, etc. Your car has a machine-gun installed in its front, and if some guy drives along side of you, a little window pops up, allowing you to shoot them with your shotgun.

Pierre le Chef is... Out to Lunch

Pierre le Chef is... Out to Lunch

Nintendo Game Boy - November 1, 1993

Pierre le Chef is touring the world preparing his dishes, but his ingredients have escaped and he must capture them. Pierre must watch out for bacteria, insects, and his arch-rival, Le Chef Noir. Noir, an evil chef jealous of Pierre's success, wants to ruin his career by releasing all of his gathered ingredients.

Pierre le Chef is... Out to Lunch

Pierre le Chef is... Out to Lunch

Commodore Amiga - 1994

Pierre Le Chef is famed worldwide for his mouth-watering recipes involving the freshest ingredients. So, when the vegetables start attempting to run away from him, he has no choice but to chase after them. Out to Lunch is a platform game set across 6 countries, starting off in Switzerland and finishing in Paris. To recollect the vegetables he must first stun them, either by firing at them or jumping on them, then walk over them, in a manner similar to Fire & Ice. Unusually, the game was converted from the SNES to the Amiga, not the other way around.

Pierre le Chef is... Out to Lunch

Pierre le Chef is... Out to Lunch

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

Pierre le Chef is touring the world preparing his dishes, but his ingredients have escaped and he must capture them. Pierre must watch out for bacteria, insects, and his arch-rival, Le Chef Noir. Noir, an evil chef jealous of Pierre's success, wants to ruin his career by releasing all of his gathered ingredients.

RoadBlasters

RoadBlasters

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1990

The object of the game is to complete all 50 rallies without running out of fuel. There is no limit to how many vehicles a player can receive to complete a rally, as long as they have fuel. However, the destruction of the vehicle will subtract a small amount from the player's fuel tank. In the arcade, Genesis and Lynx versions, players could start the game at a higher rally, with additional opportunities to jump several levels from time to time. Players can continue their game from where they left off, however the player has only one chance to complete the 50th and final rally. For completing...

The Terminator

The Terminator

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

THE BATTLE TO SAVE THE FUTURE HAS BEGUN You are Kyle Reese. Your mission: go back in time to protect Sarah Conner, mother of John Conner, leader of the resistance of the future. The enemy: Cyberdyne Systems model 101 - The Terminator. Outside, living human tissue; inside, a hyper-alloy combat chassis, fully armored. It can't be reasoned with. It won't be bargained with. It doesn't feel pity or remorse. And it absolutely will not stop-ever-until you are destroyed! The Terminator brings home all the excitement, tension and non-stop action of the smash hit movie:

TV Sports Baseball

MS-DOS - 1990

From www.myabandonware.com: "Cinemaware's third entrant in the TV Sports series is, strangely enough, not up to the standards of TV Sports Football and TV Sports Basketball. For example, there's no animated opening sequence which has always been Cinemaware's hallmarks. The game can be played as a player or manager, and even against other humans. As in the previous TV Sports games, all players can be edited to suit your style of play. You can choose from different stadiums and teams. Controlling the players is pretty straight forward but can sometimes be tricky, especially base running. You...

U-Sing

U-Sing

Nintendo Wii - November 6, 2009

U-Sing is a karaoke game, similar to the Singstar series. It contains 30 songs through a licensing deal with Universal Music, also featuring the original video clips. The game is sold as bundle version with a microphone or as software only. It contains six game modes: U-Sing right to learn to place your voice just right during the song. Solo where the player chooses the song he want to sing and the difficulty. Duo which is the same mode as Solo but with 2 players. The scores of the 2 players are added to get the final score. Duel is a 2-player mode where the players sing the same...

The Wheels On The Bus: Humpty Dumpty

Windows - Released - 2004

A fun interactive multimedia CD-ROM for children from 2 - 4 years old. Based on the popular 3D animated TV series, this CD-ROM will introduce children to the alphabet and basic numeracy through fully interactive games, music and animation. Children aged 2 - 4 years will follow Beep the Bus, Daisy the Dalmatian and all their colourful friends for fun, music and laughter in 8 different activities.

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