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Alien Breed

Alien Breed

Sony Playstation 3 - February 12, 2013

Choose between either old-school Amiga graphics or new enhanced graphics as you play through the original survival-horror game It features a total of 30 levels, including 6 original Alien Breed (1991) levels, 12 Alien Breed Special Edition (1992) levels and three entirely new level packs: Convergence, Valiance and Synergy. You can team up on either PS3 or PS Vita through Cross-Play. There will also be ad-hoc and online co-op on PS Vita, with local and online co-op for PS3 Cross-Saves: you can transfer your PS3 save game progress to PS Vita, or vice versa Leaderboards...

Alien Breed 3D

Alien Breed 3D

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1995

Alien Breed 3D is a follow-up to Alien Breed, a Gauntlet-style shooter, and its sequels. Unlike its predecessors, this game is set into a 3D context, making for the Amiga's first big Doom-style game. The 3D engine uses fairly small screen graphics, but these include full floors and ceilings with detailed shading, doors, vertical position variations, lifts and transporters. The CD version includes extra atmospheric sound, while fast processors and extra FastRAM are also supported.

Alien Breed Special Edition & Qwak

Alien Breed Special Edition & Qwak

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

Alien Breed: The game was based heavily, and unofficially, on the Alien films, specifically Aliens, and also on the 8-bit-era games Laser Squad and Paradroid (although the game bears some gameplay similarities with Gauntlet, with which it has been compared, as well an obvious comparison with Sega's Alien Syndrome). Alien Breed consists of the player or players having to find the lift down to the next level, occasionally setting the self-destruct sequence to blow up the level above them. The players collect or purchase a variety of weapons from the space station's computer terminals. In some...

Alien Breed: Tower Assault

Alien Breed: Tower Assault

MS-DOS - Released - August 22, 1994

In the depths of space a holocaust has occured. Intelligent and hostile alien life-forms have taken over the Military Research Unit in the planet Azarin 2E. Chaos and destruction have been wrought on the innocent colonists. Now it's your job to reclaim the station for humankind. Travel through the tractless voids of space, then endure over 65 levels of Alien blasting mayhem. Watch your ammunition and energy levels in preparation for the showdown with the Alien Queen.

Alien Breed: Tower Assault

Alien Breed: Tower Assault

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

A scientific outpost on a far off planet has been attacked. Nothing is known about the attackers, since all communications have been destroyed. A team of marines is dispatched to investigate and destroy the unknown invaders. As their dropships enter the atmosphere and approach the base, the defence lasers, damaged in the onslaught, move into action. They launch wild bursts of laser fire at the approaching marines, who are not prepared and take heavy losses. Rookies Nash and Jordan crash-land, and must fight off the alien force. As with the previous Alien Breed, the gameplay is viewed from...

Arcade Pool

Arcade Pool

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

Arcade Pool is an overhead viewed pool game designed to be easy to control. The game includes the most standard games of pool (UK and US 8-ball and the fast-paced 9-ball game), each with customisable rules, computer players of variable difficulties, and two-player options. There's also a Survivor mode, which is similar to the early Pool arcade game, in that you're playing alone and have to clear the table without missing more than three times. Speed Pool involved clearing the table as quickly as you can - two minutes can be considered a good time.

ATR: All Terrain Racing

ATR: All Terrain Racing

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1995

ATR: All Terrain Racing is an overhead racing game from Team 17 featuring a variety of circuits including snow, forest and seaside based ones. The graphics are overhead view and scrolling, with a forced perspective nature. Most levels have long and short ways round, which adds a hint of navigation and strategy to the proceedings. Unlike the company’s earlier Overdrive, there is a variety of corners, rather than just 90-degree ones. A variety of power-ups and advancements are on offer.

The Escapists: Santa's Sweatshop

The Escapists: Santa's Sweatshop

Microsoft Xbox One - December 9, 2015

After suffering Santa's cruel regime for the last 20 years, it's time you got back home to enjoy Christmas with your *real* family. . . Sick and tired of bad working conditions and rubbish pay, you decide to hit Santa where it hurts most and escape Santa’s Sweatshop!

The Escapists: The Walking Dead

The Escapists: The Walking Dead

Microsoft Xbox One - September 30, 2015

Merging the award-winning, smash-hit, indie game The Escapists with the worldwide phenomenon that is The Walking Dead, comes The Escapists: The Walking Dead. In this unique game, recreated entirely in the charming 8-bit pixel art style of The Escapists, you play as Rick Grimes as he takes on hordes of zombies let loose upon the world. Rick is in charge of a band of survivors featuring many of the original comic book cast, including Maggie, Hershel, Glenn and Michonne. Rick must secure the safety of the group by seeking out a safe escape route from each area, and manage several dangerous...

Kingpin: Arcade Sports Bowling

Kingpin: Arcade Sports Bowling

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1995

Kingpin: Arcade Sports Bowling is a bowling game with support for up to 6 players, who can be human or CPU-controlled. Player statistics can be built up as you play. On the bottom right of the bowling alley screen there is a power gauge that can be altered pressing the Up and Down keyboard arrow keys / joypad buttons. Pressing the Left and Right keys changes the position of your avatar, and hitting Enter / fire makes a small moving arrow appear in the bowling lane. It shows the direction your character will throw the ball when you hit Enter / fire again.

Kingpin: Arcade Sports Bowling

Kingpin: Arcade Sports Bowling

Commodore Amiga - 1995

Kingpin: Arcade Sports Bowling is a bowling game with support for up to 6 players, who can be human or CPU-controlled. Player statistics can be built up as you play. On the bottom right of the bowling alley screen there is a power gauge that can be altered pressing the Up and Down keyboard arrow keys / joypad buttons. Pressing the Left and Right keys changes the position of your avatar, and hitting Enter / fire makes a small moving arrow appear in the bowling lane. It shows the direction your character will throw the ball when you hit Enter / fire again.

Leisure Suit Larry Box Office Bust

Leisure Suit Larry Box Office Bust

Windows - March 31, 2009

The Leisure Suit Larry Box Office Bust video game gives gamers an all-access pass to the glitz, glamour, and gorgeous women of Tinseltown. In this third-person adventure game, Larry takes a summer job working on his Uncle Larry's movie lot doing odd jobs and trying to uncover a mole from another studio who threatens to air their dirty laundry in the tabloids. Leisure Suit Larry Box Office Bust is a rollicking, innuendo-laden lampoon of Hollywood that features open-world sandbox gameplay that uses exploration, platforming, racing, and puzzle-solving to complete missions.

Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust

Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust

Microsoft Xbox 360 - March 31, 2009

The Leisure Suit Larry Box Office Bust video game gives gamers an all-access pass to the glitz, glamour, and gorgeous women of Tinseltown. In this third-person adventure game, Larry takes a summer job working on his Uncle Larry's movie lot doing odd jobs and trying to uncover a mole from another studio who threatens to air their dirty laundry in the tabloids. Leisure Suit Larry Box Office Bust is a rollicking, innuendo-laden lampoon of Hollywood that features open-world sandbox gameplay that uses exploration, platforming, racing, and puzzle-solving to complete missions.

Lemmings

Lemmings

Sony PSP - May 26, 2006

Controlling an army of lemmings, the aim is to get as many of these cute characters as you can from the entrance point to the exit point of a level within a time limit. Easy to learn, difficult to master; Lemmings is a test of strategy and fast thinking as you make 'on the spot', life or death decisions for your band of trusting little creatures. Use the unique skills of your Lemmings team to overcome the hazards ahead: The 'Bomber' explodes at will, the 'Floater' can survive high falls and the 'Basher' digs horizontally just when you need it. The 'Climber' is at hand for those tricky mountain...

OlliOlli2: XL Edition

OlliOlli2: XL Edition

Microsoft Xbox One - June 24, 2016

The iconic skater is going all green-screen with a stunning new look, plucking you from the street and dropping you squarely in the middle of the big screen’s most bodacious cinematic locations. The sequel boasts all new Ramps and Epic Hills allowing for monster air and multi-route levels. Further, OlliOlli’s combo system has been expanded thanks to the joy of Manuals, Reverts, Revert-Manuals and Grind-Switching, giving you more control and expression than ever before. Play with friends in ‘Combo-Rush’, a local-multiplayer mode for 2-4 players. Go head-to-head across 100 different...

Project-X

Project-X

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

Taking place many years in the future in colonized space, military scientists have disposed of countless, defective military droids on an un-colonized terrestrial planet called Ryxx. The droids eventually become sentient and, by way of revenge, start an attack against mankind, using a station to continually create more war machines. It is the player's mission to undergo Project X and eliminate the droid forces.

Project-X & Ultimate Body Blows

Project-X & Ultimate Body Blows

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

This is a compilation with 2 games: - Project-X (Revised Edition) - Ultimate Body Blows

Project-X Special Edition & F17 Challenge

Project-X Special Edition & F17 Challenge

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

This compilation contains the updated edition of shoot 'em up Project-X, which is an easier and debugged version of the original, and the racing game F17 Challenge, neither of which had previously been released for the CD32.

Project-X: Special Edition '93

Project-X: Special Edition '93

Commodore Amiga - 1993

Fasten your seatbelt, this one is going to be a rough ride. This is a shoot-em-up's shoot-em-up, a blast from the past (1992 actually). You are a rider at the gates of space, flying your craft like the wind. Sad things are happening on the planet Ryxx, with evil creatures wanting to do naughty deeds. And guess what, you are the only one who can stop them. The action comes thick and fast. There are loads of power-ups to boost your progress and these include extra speed, missiles, plasma, lasers and stealth. The latter makes you virtually invincible, though if you add too many weapons your...

Sheltered

Sheltered

Microsoft Xbox One - Released - March 15, 2016

Sheltered is a deep and emotional survival & post-apocalyptic disaster management game. After a global apocalypse, a frightened family find their way to a deserted shelter, where they try to survive. You take on the role of protecting four family members. Their wellbeing and survival is your responsibility. One mistake, one bad decision and a loved one is gone, forever. Sheltered is a world where death is permanent. Combat claustrophobia, radiation and mental exhaustion as you try to turn the cold and cramped Shelter into a home. And as they cling desperately to life, you must send...

Stunt GP

Stunt GP

Sega Dreamcast - Released - June 8, 2001

In Stunt GP, you control one of 16 different remote-controlled cars. The cars are divided in three categories: Wild-Wheels, Speed Demons and Aeroblaster, each with it's unique driving feel. The cars can be tuned up with many different tuning parts, like better batteries, tires, suspension etc. - a total of 1000 different combinations. You race on 24 original, colorful tracks with tons of bridges, ramps and loopings. You can perform absolutely breathtaking stunts on these tracks, but you need to be careful about the battery - if the car runs out of power, the race is probably over very soon....

Superfrog

Superfrog

Commodore Amiga - 1993

Superfrog is a traditional jump & run platformer. You’re – surprise – a frog. Your enemies are all animals – like bees, hedgehogs or snails. You have no weapons. The only way to kill the enemies is to jump on them. Every stage has a time limit. In this limit you have to collect a pre-determined number of coins. Each of the six worlds has four stages. Every stage has a password. After all you can type your name into a high score table.

Superfrog

Superfrog

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

Superfrog is a scrolling 2D platform game. You play an unnamed prince who is turned into a frog by a jealous witch, who then abducts his princess girlfriend. Subsequently sulking by the "River O' Despair", the prince chances upon a floating bottle of Lucozade which confers upon him super powers. The objective of the game is to find and defeat the witch, thus rescuing your princess, whilst achieving smaller objectives throughout the game, such as finding a golden key or escaping from captivity in a circus. There are 24 regular levels, divided into six differently-themed worlds. The...

Superfrog HD

Superfrog HD

Windows - September 12, 2013

Superfrog HD is an Action game, developed and published by Team 17, which was released in 2013.

Ultimate Body Blows

Ultimate Body Blows

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

A compilation of the original fighting game "Body Blows" and its sequel, available only for Amiga, "Body Blows Galactic". The game combines everything from its predecessors and adds more colors, improved graphics and music, more backgrounds and endings, giving the player a total of 22 characters (including the invincible Max and his true self, the Terminator T17) and many fixes.

Worms

Worms

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1995

Worms is a turn-based strategy game. It features up to 4 teams of 4 worms, aiming to destroy the others on a generated terrain. Each worm has 100 hit points, and dies when his hit points fall to 0. Upon death, a worm explodes, causing damage to everyone around. Gameplay is turn-based. Each turn, the player can control one specific worm from his team. The worm can crawl left and right or jump. However, there is a time limit to make a move; also, if the worm falls from a great height, it loses health and the turn ends immediately; and if a worm falls into water or offscreen, it dies. Each...

Worms

Worms

Nintendo Game Boy - January 1, 1995

Worms is a turn based game where a player controls a team of worms against other teams of worms that are controlled by a computer or human opponent. The aim is to use various weapons to kill the worms on the other teams and have the last surviving worm(s).

Worms 2: Armageddon

Worms 2: Armageddon

Sony Playstation 3 - September 8, 2010

This is a 2D turn-based strategy game in which players control worms in a battle to be the last man (worm) standing. Players take turns positioning their worms around fantastical landscapes and use a variety of over-the-top weapons ('cartoony' bazookas, grenades, uzis, exploding sheep, etc.) to defeat opponents' worms.

Worms 2: Armageddon

Android - Released - April 9, 2013

Worms 3D

Worms 3D

Windows - October 31, 2003

The gameplay itself hasn't changed much from its predecessors, with the exception of the three-dimensional view, which allows the player more freedom, and more possibilities, to complete the task at hand. Modes like Campaign and Quick Match return from previous versions. The game also features a multiplayer feature, as well as the ability to edit and create teams. The objective of most of the matches is to eliminate the opposing forces' worms, whereas the Campaign mode gives the player sets of specific goals which he needs to complete. The campaign consists of 35 small missions in which the...

Worms 3D

Worms 3D

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 31, 2003

The gameplay itself hasn't changed much from its predecessors, with the exception of the three-dimensional view, which allows the player more freedom, and more possibilities, to complete the task at hand. Modes like Campaign and Quick Match return from previous versions. The game also features a multiplayer feature, as well as the ability to edit and create teams. The objective of most of the matches is to eliminate the opposing forces' worms, whereas the Campaign mode gives the player sets of specific goals which he needs to complete. The campaign consists of 35 small missions in which the...

Worms 3D

Worms 3D

Nintendo GameCube - March 11, 2004

The gameplay itself hasn't changed much from its predecessors, with the exception of the three-dimensional view, which allows the player more freedom, and more possibilities, to complete the task at hand. Modes like Campaign and Quick Match return from previous versions. The game also features a multiplayer feature, as well as the ability to edit and create teams. The objective of most of the matches is to eliminate the opposing forces' worms, whereas the Campaign mode gives the player sets of specific goals which he needs to complete. The campaign consists of 35 small missions in which the...

Worms 3D

Worms 3D

Microsoft Xbox - October 31, 2003

As depicted very well by the title of the game, the infamous quarrelsome Worms are squirming for the first time in full 3D. The goal of the game hasn't changed a single bit from its predecessors: the objective is still to crush, annihilate and put into oblivion the worm team of the enemy using massively-wacky weapons of destruction. About all the features of its original 2D ancestors are also present, including random wind and a fully destructible landscape. Not all the weapons that were previously available have made the cut into the 3 dimensional realm, however Worms 3D comes too with a...

Worms 4: Mayhem

Worms 4: Mayhem

Microsoft Xbox - October 4, 2005

The Worms series continues with Worms 4: Mayhem. You can engage in the turn-based combat that the series has become known for across predesigned or random 3D maps. Worms 4: Mayhem delivers new weapons as well as more customization options, allowing you to design your teams and the arsenal that they use. You can unlock bonuses in the 25-mission story mode or play online against up to four other players.

Worms Armageddon

Worms Armageddon

Sony Playstation - April 14, 1999

Gameplay is turn-based, with each team moving in sequence (which is determined randomly) across two-dimensional terrain. During a single turn, a team can only move one of its worms (unless the Select Worm item is used). Worms can walk and jump, as well as (when the proper items are available) swing by rope, parachute, teleport, and bungee. The objective of a traditional match is to defeat all opposing teams by killing their worms, although in the campaign some missions have other objectives (such as collecting a specific crate).

Worms Battlegrounds

Worms Battlegrounds

Microsoft Xbox One - Released - May 30, 2014

Worms Battlegrounds is an artillery strategy video game developed and published by Team17. It was released on 30 May 2014 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and is largely a console port of the PC game Worms Clan Wars. Set within a world history museum, the single-player story follows the player's worms attempt to retrieve the concrete donkey's stone carrot from Lord Crowley-Mesmer, a worm who is using it to try to take over the world. The game is narrated by Tara Pinkle, who is voiced by Katherine Parkinson.

Worms Battlegrounds

Worms Battlegrounds

Sony Playstation 4

Worms Battlegrounds is an artillery strategy video game developed and published by Team17. It was released on 30 May 2014 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and is largely a console port of the PC game Worms Clan Wars. Set within a world history museum, the single-player story follows the player's worms attempt to retrieve the concrete donkey's stone carrot from Lord Crowley-Mesmer, a worm who is using it to try to take over the world. The game is narrated by Tara Pinkle, who is voiced by Katherine Parkinson.

Worms Blast

Worms Blast

Windows - October 23, 2002

Get ready for intense firefights in Worms Blast, a new puzzle game featuring wacky weaponry and power-ups. Your mission is to launch your worm into hostile waters and then attack your opponent with shotguns, bazookas, mines, laser beams, and sea monsters, while collecting various power-ups. Brave the high seas by facing rain, wind, solar eclipses, and even cosmic showers. Worms Blast includes eight head-to-head modes that challenge you to crush your opponents before they crush you.

Worms Blast

Worms Blast

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 28, 2002

Worms Blast is a puzzle game similar in concept to Puzzle Bobble, with several important distinctions and gameplay features taken from Worms games. Instead of releasing and matching bubbles, the player has to color blocks on a hexagonal grid. Unlike most Bust-A-Move variants, the player character can move right and left, sailing in a boat. Various weapons, such as bazooka, grenades, dynamite, and others, can be used to fire at the blocks, coloring them on impact. Like in the main, artillery-based Worms games, holding down the fire button increases the power of the weapon, affecting the...

Worms Forts Under Siege

Worms Forts Under Siege

Windows - November 24, 2004

Enter the world of Worms Forts, the first Worms game ever that lets you build mighty castles to unleash your wrath upon your opponents, just be careful they don't crush you!

Worms Pinball

Worms Pinball

Sony Playstation

Worms Pinball is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Team 17 and published by Infogrames, which was released in Europe in 2000.

Worms Revolution

Worms Revolution

Windows - October 10, 2012

The game has been developed from the ground up and features a completely new game-engine. Exciting new features and challenges have been introduced whilst old favourites such as the Super Sheep and Holy Hand Grenade remain to thrill fans worldwide.

Worms W.M.D

Worms W.M.D

Windows - August 23, 2016

It’s the 21st anniversary of Worms, and Team17 is celebrating it by launching the best version of the game yet! Worms WMD has a new look and new features; delivered by an engine that recreates classic Worms physics and gameplay. Be sneaky and hide out in buildings, use mounted guns, and get around in a range of different vehicles. Take the fight online and compete in multiplayer matches, all with the essential feel of the classic Worms experience.

Worms: Battle Islands

Worms: Battle Islands

Nintendo Wii - November 23, 2010

Like previous Worms games, Worms: Battle Islands is a turn-based strategy game, in which the player takes turns controlling worms, and firing weapons on destructible terrain.

Worms: Open Warfare

Worms: Open Warfare

Sony PSP - Released - March 22, 2006

In Worms: Open Warfare, the player takes control of an army of worms. The goal of the game is to defeat the opposing army through reducing the health points of enemy worms using various types of weaponry while avoiding friendly fire and other obstacles. The weapons and gadgets you use in battle include grenades, homing missiles, bazookas, cluster bombs, banana bombs (a Worms staple), dynamite, air strikes, shotguns, and many more. You can also choose from a variety of settings to battle in and make your own schemes and teams.

Worms: The Director's Cut

Worms: The Director's Cut

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1997

Worms: The Director's Cut is a sequel to Worms. Like its predecessor, it is a turn-based artillery game. The game format remains the same: players control small armies of four Worms (whose names can be altered) with the sole purpose of blowing up all the other Worms on the map. Players can compete either against computer-controlled Worms or against each other. The weapons are more extensive (and destructive) than in the previous game, including the first appearances of the Kenny-on-a-Rope, Concrete Donkey, Priceless Ming Vase, Old Woman and Holy Hand Grenade. Also included is a level...

Worms: Ultimate Mayhem

Worms: Ultimate Mayhem

Microsoft Xbox 360 - September 28, 2011

Unlike most of the previous 2D Worms games, Worms Ultimate Mayhem features a 3D, turn-based artillery strategy that allows player to move freely rather from left and right. In the game lobby, players are able to choose from a wide variety of different weapons and use them when the game starts. At the start of the game each player is able to control four worms, due to the game turned-base nature, each player control one worm at a time with a set time limit; when the time limit expires or when the worm fires a weapon, the player's turn will end and the opponent will start his turn. The objective...

X2: No Relief

X2: No Relief

Sony Playstation - November 1, 1996

X2: No Relief is the sequel to Project-X for up to two players. Like its predecessor, it's a horizontal (and sometimes vertical) scrolling shoot em up. The manual instructs the player that this game doesn't need a story, and they should simply get rid of the attacking aliens. To do so, the player has a choice between three types of space ship, each of them differs in terms of firepower and speed. The game has two different difficulty modes and a password system to resume the fight for the first five levels. During gameplay, the player has the possibility to pick up a wide variety of...

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