Sega Game Gear - February 1, 1993
A game endorsed by the American player who stunned the tennis world in the early 90s with his "Image is everything" looks, sporting long hair, earrings and colorful shirts, Andre Agassi Tennis includes eight players (male and female and as expected, only Agassi is a real player) rated according to movement speed and both accuracy and strength on serve, backhand and forehand. Gameplay features all the usual moves: smashes, passing shots, volleys and all kinds of backhand and forehand plays, but unlike other games, precise positioning and timing are crucial to avoid hitting the ball outside...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1993
Chuck's mad and he's not going to take it anymore! That pebble-chewing, low-life-excuse-for-a-caveman Gary Gritter made off with his wife Ophelia. Now Chuck's gotta use his oversized bod to win her back. In this high-powered adventure for the Game Boy, Chuck belly-butts, odor-kicks and rock-tosses his way through an ice age, up a volcano and into a swamp. On the way, he'll run into some pretty strange characters, like the green triceratops, the wild and wooly mammoth who's very possessive about his territory. All this plus onrushing dinosaurs, acidic bubbles and boogie men! Has Chuck got his...
Sega Game Gear - Released - December 1, 1993
Based on the white-knuckle action-adventure movie starring Sylvester Stallone, Cliffhanger challenges you to brave thundering avalanches, icy cliffs, and the head-spinning heights of the Rocky Mountains while you combat a vicious group of well-armed, extremely dangerous fugitives. You'll hang on for dear life through exciting levels requiring all your strength and skill just to survive. Experience wild new forms of game play like mountain climbing and cave exploration, along with all the excitement of all the incredible hand-to-hand and armed combat action. The adventure isn't over until you...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 1, 1993
Based on the white-knuckle action-adventure movie starring Sylvester Stallone, Cliffhanger challenges you to brave thundering avalanches, icy cliffs, and the head-spinning heights of the Rocky Mountains while you combat a vicious group of well-armed, extremely dangerous fugitives. You'll hang on for dear life through 7 exciting levels requiring all your strength and skill just to survive. Experience wild new forms of game play like mountain climbing and cave exploration, along with all the excitement of all the incredible hand-to-hand and armed combat action. The adventure isn't over until you...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1993
Based on the white-knuckle action-adventure movie starring Sylvester Stallone, Cliffhanger challenges you to brave thundering avalanches, icy cliffs and the head-spinning heights of the Rocky Mountains while you combat a vicious group of well-armed, extremely dangerous fugitives. You'll hang on for dear life through seven exciting levels requiring all your strength and skill just to survive. Experience wild new forms of game play like mountain climbing and cave exploration, along with all the excitement of incredible hand-to-hand and armed combat action. The adventure isn't over until you find...
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994
Cliffhanger is based on the 1993 Sylvester Stallone movie. The lead character, Gabe Walker, is an expert in high mountain search and rescue and receives a distress signal from a plane that has crashed nearby. However, the plane is actually loaded with terrorists who hijacked a large shipment of cash. The game consists of side-scrolling action. The hero can walk, run, jump, punch, and kick while jumping. Further, he can perform special feats as the situation requires, such as crossing a rope suspended from two cliffs. One of the biggest threats in this game is nature as Gabe must defend against...
Sega Game Gear - Released - 1992
Your blood is pumping and a chill races down your spine! You've finally come face-to-face with the most infamous pirate of them all, Captain Hook, the fiend who's kidnapped your children and sworn never to let them go. As Peter Pan, this is the fight of your life. Everything that came before - your duel with Rufio, your battles against the pirates, even your soaring flights high above Neverland - are nothing compared to this moment. Lots of fun levels of incredible excitement. Multiple destinations: forests, caves, caverns, towns, lagoons, icy regions, and the Nevertree. Magical items that...
Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1992
Being an action title, the game starts off where Indy is about to have an excuse to use his trusty whip: in Monte Carlo, after he recruited headstrong former student Sophie to his aid and determined the location of ancient discs needed to open the door to the lost city of Atlantis. Most action takes place in isometric view, although there are some variations along the way to keep up interest. There are even some adventure-game elements, such as Indy's inventory which you can fill with various objects to use (i.e. money to buy things). They are mostly easy though, and are there only to relieve...
Sega Master System - Unreleased
This unreleased sequel gives Lemmings about fifty abilities ranging from "flame thrower" to "icarus wing" there are over twelve different worlds, requiring time to adjust and understand the different tools at your disposal.
Sega Game Gear - Unreleased
Game Gear and Master System versions were 100% done and approved, but never commercially released. In 2014, the main programmer Matt Taylor released them both in the SMS Power! community boards.
Sega Genesis - Released - September 14, 1994
Oh no! The dreaded Trash Alien has captured Spot and littered the universe with garbage! Join our hero Blasternaut on a daring mission to rescue his robot pal. Blast your way through space junk, chase through dark and dangerous caverns, and fend off nasty alien creatures. Spot's fate is in your hands - good luck!
MS-DOS - Released - March 12, 1994
A banal pinball game developed as a "budget" pinball title by Spidersoft, 21st Century's partially owned developer. Pinball expert Martin Mathis says it all in his uncompromising review: "Multi-table package with four themes. Scrolling 2D view in low-res (VGA) and full-screen non-scrolling 2D view in high-res (SVGA) mode. Additional configurable options for 3- or 5-ball play, table angle and keys. Dot-matrix display. Definitely a dated, redistributed discount package with typical Spidersoft 2D tables. Casino actually has the same features but a different layout as Jackpot in Total...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1995
Featuring The Combined Tables Of The Highly Acclaimed "Pinball Dreams" And "Pinball Fantasies" Pinball fans have never had it so good. Two classic games brought together on the one cartridge, providing hours of high speed thrills and loads of fun. Whether you are a hardened pinball fanatic or a newcomer, Pinball Deluxe is a true multi-table simulator designed to give you the same buzz as the real thing. The Seven Combined Tables of Pinball Dreams and Pinball Fantasies are beautifully crafted. Whichever table you select, the result is always the same...breathtaking.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1994
BUMPER TO BUMPER ACTION. It's fast. It's crazy. It's going to give you pinball elbow. You may be a pinball wizard, but are you sharp enough for Arrow Roll-Overs? Can you shoot the Sun-Run without getting burned? Can you make it to Midnight for 5 million points? Can you go for the tilt feature and still keep your equilibrium? Pin yourself to your Super NES and go for the big score.
Sega Game Gear - Released - January 1, 1994
It's fast. It's crazy. It's going to give you pinball elbow. You may be a pinball wizard, but are you sharp enough for Arrow Roll-Overs? Can you shoot the Sun-Run without getting burned? Can you make it to Midnight for 5 million points? Can you go for the tilt feature and still keep your equilibrium? Pin yourself to your Game Gear and go for the big score.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 1, 1993
The first in a line of pinball games from 21st Century and Digital Illusions, with four tables covering themes such as the wild west for Steel Wheel, space rockets for Ignition, a haunted graveyard for Nightmare and pop music for Beat Box. The portable versions for the Game Boy and Game Gear only have 3 of the 4 original tables with the removal of Beat Box. The iPhone version includes updated graphics (optional) and gameplay in both portrait and landscape orientation.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - February 1, 1995
After the success of Pinball Dreams on several systems, a sequel featuring four new tables was created. The gameplay is much the same as the first game, with realistic physics, multi-player options and a high score table to aim for. The tables are Partyland, Speed Devils, Billion Dollar Gameshow and Stones 'n' Bones, taking in a funfair, racing cars, a tacky game-show, and a graveyard. Each one has a range of ramps, combos, light sequences and targets to shoot, as well as general themes which are less influenced by real tables than those in Pinball Dreams.
Atari Jaguar - Released - June 1, 1995
Turn your Jaguar into the ultimate amusement arcade with Pinball Fantasies - the greatest pinball simulator ever. This classic game offers four scorchingly addictive tables with the most realistic ball movement you'll ever seen in a video game. If you're looking for instant playability, speed and excitement, Pinball Fantasies is the game for you.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1995
After the success of Pinball Dreams, Pinball Fantasies and Pinball Illusions, publisher 21st Century Entertainment decided to let Spidersoft Limited develop a fourth game--Pinball Mania. Where the previous games excelled in ball simulation, a lot of people felt that Pinball Mania had very lacking ball physics, making controlled shots difficult to accomplish. A Game Boy port was also released which was only released in the UK.
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1995
Digital Illusions was not involved in the fourth title in 21st Century's pinball series, with this version instead being developed by veteran pinball game producers Spidersoft. Four tables are featured: Kick Off centres around soccer/football, Jail Break is set in a prison, Tarantula reflects Spidersoft's name and logo as it features a rampant spider, and Jackpot is based around gambling. There are sequences of lights to activate, ramps to guide the ball through, and flippers to keep it in play. Multiball can be activated in set ways, to bring a second ball into play. The flippers are...
Sega Game Gear - 1993
Poker Face Paul's Blackjack is a card game where the player starts out with a certain amount of money on the Las Vegas Strip and play in a series of blackjacks games to either win big or bust. The player can choose to play in four different casinos and can select options on how they play including how much bets are worth and how many decks are used. The game will also help the player out with the rules and regulations of blackjack.
Sega Game Gear - 1994
Another entry in the Poker Face Paul series this one focuses on the game of Gin. The player can choose from three different players with each being a level of difficulty: Jack is the easiest and has the player learn the basics, Jane is a medium setting and a little harder while Ming is the hardest setting. Players can also customize a variety of options including rule settings and can learn the basics of Gin through a built in strategy that teaches the player.
Sega Game Gear - 1994
Another game released in the Poker Face Paul series, this version centering around Poker instead. There are two versions of Poker to choose from: the standard 5 Card Stud where the player competes against computer opponents in an attempt to get a good hand such as a straight, flush, etc. Video poker is the second option where the player goes at it alone, but still with the same objective as 5 Card Stud, trying to assemble a winning hand, however since the player is alone they receive a certain amount of money according to the hand they assemble. There are also instructions that help the...
Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994
Another in the Poker Face Paul series, this one centering around the game of solitaire. There are four different versions of solitaire to play (Klondike, Monte Carlo, Eleven and Calculation) each with their own look and set of rules. There are in-game instructions that can help out the player during these games in case they get confused as well as hints that will help out the player as the progress. Players can also choose to turn these hints on or off as well as change time limit (10, 8, 7, 6 or off).
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 1, 1992
Brutal Deluxe doesn't live up to their name - in fact they're the worst team Speedball has ever seen. As their manager, it is your job to transform their fortunes. As well as the league system, which consists of 2 8-team divisions and challenges you to advance to the top, there are also 2 cup tournaments, one of which is played out over 2 'legs' with the aggregate score deciding who progresses. You can play the matches as well, which is the real meat of the game. They consist of 2 90-second periods, and the gameplay is futuristic, fast and frantic, with heavy tackling encouraged to retrieve...
Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1990
Super Cars is a top-view racing game from Gremlin Interactive, who later produced the Lotus series of games. Stylistically, the game is influenced by Super Sprint. There are 9 tracks at each of the 4 difficulty levels, which can be raced in any order (although the last track you race is made harder than usual). In the races you win money, which can be spent on temporary handling and power upgrades, plus armour plating and front/rear shooting missiles that can knock out other racers. The player must finish in the top 3 of each race to progress - initially there are 4 computer opponents, but...
Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1995
I have got a problem with computer pinball games. Football, golf, cricket and darts. I have played and enjoyed on the Amiga – but pinball? Nah. If you have got a pound in your pocket and are in the centre of a large town, you will be surrounded by all manner of real silver ball opportunities in arcades and pubs. Now I will readily admit that if you are three years old (Thomas is aimed at age three upwards), you are unlikely to find yourself with a pound in your pocket in the centre of a large town with time to kill. If you do, you are lost, or your parents have abandoned you. Find a...