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10 Super Jogos

10 Super Jogos

Sega Genesis - Released - 1997

10 Super Jogos is a compilation of ten Sega Mega Drive games. It has thus far only been released in Brazilian and Asian markets. In Asia the compilation is known as Mega Games 10. Games included: California Games Columns Flicky Golden Axe Sega Soccer Sonic the Hedgehog Super Hang-On Streets of Rage Super Monaco GP The Revenge of Shinobi

4x4 Off-Road Racing

4x4 Off-Road Racing

Microsoft MSX - 1988

As well as recreating off road racing, this game has considerable capability to upgrade your vehicle. There are four choices of vehicle on offer, each of which has its own weight/top-speed/build strength and so on, and thus is suited to different circuits. You can also buy upgrades and repairs, including carrying some spares. There are four completely different types of course, each taking place on a different surface - Mud, Ice, Desert and Mountains. Each of these is littered with hazards, which can either be painstakingly avoided, or driven through (with the resultant risk of damage).

Alien Garden

Alien Garden

Atari 800 - 1982

One of the earliest 'Software Toys', Alien Garden is set on a scrolling planet consisting mainly of 24 clusters of crystals, representing flowers. You control an embryonic life-form and must ensure its survival and reproduction through up to 20 generations. Through trial and error, you must find which of the crystals are food, which of them grow when you sting them, and which of them are fatal to touch. Depending on this, you can use either your tail, stinger or wings to make contact with them. Every time you boot the game, the behaviour of the crystals changes, emphasising the need for...

Blue Lightning

Blue Lightning

Atari Lynx - 1989

Flight Command chose you to fly the top secret Blue Lightning combat jet on its first flight. You finished last at flight school so they have nothing to lose. Trails of smoke warn of oncoming enemy missiles. A few quick barrel rolls and you avoid the missiles. Now here come the jets! With guns blazing you fly into the thick of the enemy formation. If you can somehow complete nine crucial missions which combine the explosive action of combat with the quiet stealth of night flight, you'll be a hero. If you fail, no one will even remember your name.

Blue Lightning

Blue Lightning

Atari Jaguar CD - August 1, 1995

A top U.N. General named Drako has gone renegade. As a member of the U.N's Blue Lightning squad, you must stop him from organizing a global crime empire and holding the world for ransom. Use a multi-national selection of deadly fighter and attack aircraft to stop Drako's military forces. Only you stand between Drako and world domination!

California Games

California Games

Atari 2600 - January 1, 1987

Get ready for the gnarliest, most radically awesome sports events under the sun! They're six of California's hottest games. Geared for daredevils - and guaranteed to get your adrenaline pumping! First, pick your sponsor. Then tackle the heavy competition in surfing, rollerskating, BMX bike racing and more. Take risks to score high, 'cause wimps wipe out! Trophies are awarded for single events and overall competition! So grab your gear and go for it. You'll be up to your jams in awesome action. And you just might walk away with first prize!

California Games

California Games

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1991

Events: Half Pipe Roller skating Surfing BMX Footbag Flying Disk

California Games

California Games

Atari Lynx - Released - 1989

Hey Dude, get ready for the ultimate in rad video! Sega's California Games takes you to the sunny beaches and deserts of the California coast for some gnarly sports competition. Kick it down on a skateboard. Ride the waves to surfing heaven. Cruise the concrete on skates or the rough track on a BMX. Test your toes with a footbag or your long concentration with a flying disk. In a word: awesome. But there's more. You can play with up to 8 of your friends. Practice events. Compete in one, some or all to become the total California Champion! And you can play for some of the hottest teams around...

California Games

California Games

Apple II - 1987

California Games is a 1987 Epyx sports video game for many home computers and video game consoles. Branching from their popular Summer Games and Winter Games series, this game consisted of some sports purportedly popular in California including skateboarding, freestyle footbag, surfing, roller skating, flying disc (frisbee) and BMX. The game sold very well, topping game selling charts for winter months. It also got very positive reactions from reviewers, many of whom consider California Games to be the last classic Epyx sports game, due to staff changes not long after its release. The...

California Games

California Games

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1987

California Games was the original "Extreme Games" – what today's generation might call "X-Games in the sun". Players can select sponsors (absent in some versions) and compete in events such as skateboarding, footbag, surfing, roller skating, flying disc (frisbee) and BMX. The surfing event is ranked by judges, which give a score to help the players improve their routine. The Atari versions (2600 and Lynx) of the game omit the flying disc and roller skating events, while the Genesis version omits only the flying disc event.(Moby Games)

Cascade

Cascade

Sega Genesis - Released - December 24, 2015

Cascade is a dice-based puzzler set in outer space, where your skill will be judged by wacky aliens. The best of them have invested weeks of meticulous programming into the creation of mind-boggling puzzles meant to disgrace you in front of their mutants friends. And they'll be constantly at their console, updating the code on the fly to compensate for your skill! This challenging game will amuse you with its quirky aliens that welcome you with silly spoken lines such as, Oh no, a human! and May the dice be with you. It also features a competitive two player mode. Hey! It takes cunning...

Chip's Challenge

Chip's Challenge

Atari Lynx - 1989

Before Chip can join the Bit Busters computer club and hang out with the girl of his dreams, Melinda the Mental Marvel, he must solve all 144 challenging puzzles. Your bird's-eye view can help Chip rush through the puzzles and mazes before he's deleted by monsters, traps, and the passage of time. Show Chip how to use blocks of soil to overcome water traps and cherry bombs, find keys, and pick up the computer chips which Chip needs to solve some puzzles. Can you help Chip win the cold heart of his one true love and become an official Bit Buster? If you can't, no one can!

Chip's Challenge

Chip's Challenge

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Nerdy Chip desperately wants to join the "Bit Busters" computer club, led by Melinda the Mental Marvel. However, before she'll let him in, he must prove his intelligence by passing the initiation test. 149 increasingly difficult levels, including a few hidden ones, await Chip in this tile-based puzzle game. Use tools such as keys, and special shoes to bypass obstacles. Manipulate switches to and use dirt blocks to build bridges across waterways. Avoid enemy creatures, grab all the computer chips in the level, and hurry to the exit: On top of everything else, there's a time limit!

Crush, Crumble And Chomp!

Crush, Crumble And Chomp!

Apple II - August 5, 1981

Crush, Crumble and Chomp! is a 1981 computer game from Epyx. In this game, the player takes control of a movie monster and attacks a famous city, such as New York or San Francisco. It resembles SPI's 1979 boardgame, The Creature That Ate Sheboygan. It was originally released for the TRS-80, Apple II and Atari 8-bit family, and was ported to the VIC-20, Commodore 64 and MS-DOS. The first two versions were marketed under the name "Automated Simulations," the name of the company that would eventually become Epyx. The two later versions, released in 1983, were released under the Epyx name.

Electrocop

Electrocop

Atari Lynx - 1989

The Criminal Brain has kidnapped the President's daughter and threatens to kill her if he does not get control of the world. Only you, Electrocop, can invade the Steel Complex where evil robots and dangerous traps protect the Criminal Brain. The odds are against you. Your only hope is to find the weapons and computer terminals hidden in the mazes of the Criminal Brain's fortress. Can you save the President's daughter and serve justice to the world's most wicked criminal? It's your sworn duty as an officer of the law.

The Games: Summer Edition

The Games: Summer Edition

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1989

You start as a member of the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team to compete at the Olympic Summer Games. You can play eight events, including Velodrome Sprint Cycling, Hurdles, Pole Vault, Hammer-throw, Uneven Parallel Bars, Rings, Archery, and Springboard Diving. You can practice each event separately or play the whole competition. The game also features a multiple player option, this makes it a nice party game. If you are alone, you can compete against the computer. If you're stuck in an event, or want to get better, just take the coaching book (= the manual) and read how you can make more...

The Games: Summer Edition

The Games: Summer Edition

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released

You start as a member of the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team to compete at the Olympic Summer Games. You can play eight events, including Velodrome Sprint Cycling, Hurdles, Pole Vault, Hammer-throw, Uneven Parallel Bars, Rings, Archery, and Springboard Diving. You can practice each event separately or play the whole competition. The game also features a multiple player option, this makes it a nice party game. If you are alone, you can compete against the computer. If you're stuck in an event, or want to get better, just take the coaching book (= the manual) and read how you can make more...

The Games: Winter Edition

The Games: Winter Edition

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released

Once again Epyx invites players to compete in winter Olympics. This time there are 8 events which can be played, which are: Figure Skating, Cross Country Skiing, Speed Skating, Ski Jumping, Slalom, Downhill Skiing and Luge. Up to 8 players can either play the complete Olympics, compete in one or more events or simply practice an event. Some events can be played simultaneously (Cross Country Skiing, Slalom and Speed Skating) while the others have to be played one after another.

The Games: Winter Edition

The Games: Winter Edition

Microsoft MSX - June 1, 1988

The Games - Winter Edition is the follower of Winter Games. Epyx has chosen a new selection of events. Some events were already available in Winter Games, while others are new in The Games. Together with the Winter Games is The Games a nice collection of Olympic disciplines. As it was common with sports games of that time, there are some disciplines that call on the player to destroy the joystick by jolting it too much. The game is designed for up to 8 players. The players receive points for successfully ending a discipline. For each gold medal you get 5 points, for each silver medal 3 points...

Gates of Zendocon

Gates of Zendocon

Atari Lynx - 1989

The hideous spider Zendocon captured you and sent you deep into its web of 51 deadly universes. You must survive each universe and its hostile alien inhabitants if you hope to return home. You will find allies along the way. If you can free Zendocon's alien slaves, they will help you search for the Gates that will transport you from one universe to the next. Can you survive Zendocon's challenge? You must survive! Your rewards for success is the chance for sweet revenge--a duel to the death with the evil spider itself!

Gauntlet: The Third Encounter

Gauntlet: The Third Encounter

Atari Lynx - 1990

Generations ago an enchanted Star Gem crashed to Earth at the base of an ancient castle. Loathsome creatures crept from the castle and carried the Gem into the depths of the fortress. All attempts to retrieve the Star Gem failed. The adventurers were destroyed. The creatures in the castle gain magical strength from the Star Gem. Unless the Gem is taken from them, the evil ones will soon have the strength to venture forth and destroy mankind! You and your friends must take up the quest to rescure the Star Gem...and your world!

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1985

Impossible Mission is a video game by Epyx for several home computers. The BBC Micro version was written by Peter Johnson and released by US Gold. You play a secret agent on a quest to stop the evil Professor Elvin Atombender, who is believed to be tampering with national security computers. You must penetrate Atombender's stronghold, avoid his deadly robot creations, and acquire various pieces of a password to use in the main control room. You have 6 hours to complete the game; 10 minutes are lost each time you die and 2 minutes are expended if you use the help function on your portable...

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Enterprise - 1986

Impossible Mission is a video game originally for the Commodore 64 but ported to several home computers of the time, including the Enterprise. The game features a variety of gameplay mechanics, from platform, adventure and action games and boasted novel features for the time, such as digitized speech. Impossible Mission, which casts the player in the role of a secret agent infiltrating an enemy stronghold, is widely considered one of the best games for several platforms and inspired sequels, remakes and numerous ports.

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Atari 7800 - Released - 1986

Impossible Mission has the user play a secret agent - attempting to stop an evil genius. Professor Elvin Atombender is believed to be tampering with national security computers. The player must penetrate Atombender's stronghold, racing against the clock to search the installation for pieces which form a password, all the while avoiding his deadly robots. Once in possession of all the password pieces, the player must correctly assemble the password pieces together and use the completed password in the main control room door - where the evil professor is hiding. One finds password pieces by...

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Nintendo Wii - August 15, 2007

Impossible Mission has the user play a secret agent - attempting to stop an evil genius. Professor Elvin Atombender is believed to be tampering with national security computers. The player must penetrate Atombender's stronghold, racing against the clock to search the installation for pieces which form a password, all the while avoiding his deadly robots. Once in possession of all the password pieces, the player must correctly assemble the password pieces together and use the completed password in the main control room door - where the evil professor is hiding. One finds password pieces by...

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Nintendo DS - November 26, 2007

Impossible Mission has the user play a secret agent - attempting to stop an evil genius. Professor Elvin Atombender is believed to be tampering with national security computers. The player must penetrate Atombender's stronghold, racing against the clock to search the installation for pieces which form a password, all the while avoiding his deadly robots. Once in possession of all the password pieces, the player must correctly assemble the password pieces together and use the completed password in the main control room door - where the evil professor is hiding. One finds password pieces by...

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Sony PSP - August 31, 2007

In six hours the evil Professor Elvin Atombender's nuclear missiles will launch and destroy strategic locations on the earth. Only one agent can infiltrate his secret base and undertake this Impossible Mission. The goal of Impossible Mission is to acquire nine passwords and bring these to Atombender's Control Room in time to shut down the rockets. Unfortunately these passcodes (contained on punch cards) have been broken into four pieces each, and each piece hidden in computers, furniture, and waste bins throughout the base. On top of that Atombender has an entire army of robots patrolling...

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1984

You play a secret agent on a quest to stop the evil Professor Elvin Atombender, who is believed to be tampering with national security computers. You must penetrate Atombender's stronghold, avoid his deadly robot creations, and acquire various pieces of a password to use in the main control room. The robots, rooms, and puzzle pieces will be switched around when starting over which provides replay value.

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released

You play a secret agent on a quest to stop the evil Professor Elvin Atombender, who is believed to be tampering with national security computers. You must penetrate Atombender's stronghold, avoid his deadly robot creations, and acquire various pieces of a password to use in the main control room. The robots, rooms, and puzzle pieces will be switched around when starting over which provides replay value.

Jumpman

Jumpman

Commodore 64 - July 15, 1983

The object of the game is to defuse all bombs in a platform-filled screen. Jumpman defuses a bomb by touching it. According to the story, these are placed on Jupiter by terrorists. Jumpman can climb up and down ladders, and of course jump, and there are two kinds of rope each allowing a single direction of climbing only. Hazards include falling, "smart darts" (small bullets that fly slowly across the screen, but when orthogonally lined up with Jumpman, greatly speed up and shoot straight in his direction) and other hazards that are unique to a certain level. Points are awarded for each bomb...

Jumpman Junior

Jumpman Junior

ColecoVision - December 1, 1984

The object of the game is to defuse all bombs in a platform-filled screen. Jumpman defuses a bomb by touching it. According to the story, these are placed on Jupiter by terrorists. Jumpman can climb up and down ladders, and of course jump, and there are two kinds of rope each allowing a single direction of climbing only. Hazards include falling, "smart darts" (small bullets that fly slowly across the screen, but when orthogonally lined up with Jumpman, greatly speed up and shoot straight in his direction) and other hazards that are unique to a certain level. Points are awarded for each...

Movie Monster Game, The

Movie Monster Game, The

Apple II - 2018

The Movie Monster Game is a 1986 computer game by Epyx. It was released for the Apple II and Commodore 64. Play the monster in Epyx's follow up to Crush, Crumble and Chomp! Smash London, Paris, New York, Moscow or San Francisco with your choice of one of 6 giant monsters, including the officially licensed Godzilla, Tarantula or a Robot. Five different plots including escape, rescue, or destroy a landmark. Pesky tiny humans try to stop you with tanks, jets, missiles, etc. While all these basic thematic elements of Crush, Crumble and Chomp! have been carried over, the game does not use the...

Oil Barons

Oil Barons

Apple II - August 25, 1983

Oil Barons is both a strategy and simulation-type, turn-based game, published by Epyx in 1983. It was released for the Apple II, Commodore 64 and MS-DOS computers. It is considered to be one of the rarest of all Epyx games. Oil Barons represents an unusual fusion between a computer game and a board game, in that it included a game board consisting of a 50 X 40 square grid, as well as numerous individual game tokens, used to denote the significance of various grid locations (which corresponded to various terrain-specific locations within the game). Oil Barons was thus much like a...

Pitstop

Pitstop

ColecoVision - 1983

You've got to decide when it's time to put the pedal to the metal, and when it's time to hit the pits. Keep your eye on the road and watch out for the other cars, some will even try to run you off the track. Get in and out of the pits as fast as you can, but don't forget your fuel. Watch your tires, a blowout knocks you out of the race. Run out of gas and you lose. Survive the challenge and claim your purse. Accumulate the highest earnings and the Grand Circuit Championship is yours.

Pitstop II

Pitstop II

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Race Formula-1 in several tracks while trying to beat a computer, or human opponent. Pay attention to your fuel and tires: It will be necessary to drive into a pitstop to swap them out and refuel. Tire damage is indicated by their colour; they start off black and become lighter as they take damage. Once they have turned white a collision will send the car off the track. Six different tracks are available to race on including Brands Hatch and Vallelunga. Tracks can be played singly, or all together in a Grand Prix contest. When playing the Grand Prix this is scored in the same way as the...

Rescue At Rigel

Rescue At Rigel

Apple II - August 27, 1980

Rescue at Rigel is a 1980 science fiction computer role-playing game written and published by Automated Simulations (later known as Epyx). It is based on a modified version of their Temple of Apshai game engine, which was part of most of their releases in this era. The game was released for the Apple II, IBM PC (PC Booter), TRS-80, VIC-20, and Atari 8-bit family. The game requires the player to search out a space fortress looking for ten hostages. Presented in a top-down view, the player can only see the area immediately around them, so the entire base has to be searched room by room. There...

Robots of Dawn

Robots of Dawn

Apple II - Released - August 27, 1984

In this text adventure based on Isaac Asimov's science fiction detective novel The Robots of Dawn, the player takes the role of Earth detective Elijah Baley, who is sent to the Spacer world of Aurora to investigate the murder of Dr. Han Falstofe, a prominent roboticist and constructor of humaniform robots. Suspects include Falstofe's political and professional rival Dr. Kelden Amadiro, his surrogate daughter Gladia, his biological daughter Vasilia, or ladies' man Gremionis, who was rejected by Gladia. Even Baley's robot friend and partner, R. Daneel Olivaw is not free of suspicion. In addition...

Street Sports Basketball

Street Sports Basketball

Commodore 64 - January 1, 1987

Taking basketball out of poshly-decorated arenas with hotdog sellers, cheerleaders and pre-game entertainments, Epyx presented basketball played as it is by kids all over America. Four different courts are provided - the schoolyard, the alleyway, the parking lot and the backyard. Each of these has its own hazards to play around, such as oil slicks and potholes. The standard basketball dunks, passes and steals are on offer. An opposition player drilling the ball into you sees you gain possession. One or two players can join in, choosing their team of 3 from the 10 kids you are offered, each...

Summer Games

Summer Games

Commodore 64 - Released - July 15, 1984

You’re an Olympic athlete competing in eight key events at the SUMMER GAMES. How well can you score in track, swimming, diving, shooting, gymnastics and more? So realistic, there's even an opening ceremony and awards presentation after each event. Unlike other “Olympic-Like" games, SUMMER GAMES has incredible realism, superb state-of-the-art graphics and sound effects, including national anthems from eighteen countries, and true action-strategy game play. In each event you must plan and execute your game strattegy in order to maximize your score. It’s not just a matter of how fast you can move...

Summer Games

Summer Games

Atari 7800 - Released - January 1, 1987

Experience the power, the glory, the thrill and the challenge of the world's greatest athletic competition: the SUMMER GAMES! The awe-inspiring OPENING CEREMONY focuses on 3,000 years of noble tradition as you proudly look on, ready to give your very best to honor your country. This is the moment you've worked and trained so long to achieve, to test your skill under pressure against the best of the world's athletes. You will try to excel in a whole spectrum of sports events - in track and field, swimming and diving, gymnastics, and skeet shooting. Boldness. Skill. Strategy....

Summer Games

Summer Games

Commodore Amiga - 1992

Summer Games allows up to eight players to compete in a series of summer themed Olympic events. The gameplay is similar to the other entries in Epyx "games" series. Each player can choose a country to represent, and then takes turns competing in various events to see who will win the gold medal! The game allows you to compete in all of the events sequentially, choose a few events, choose just one event, or practice an event.

Summer Games II

Summer Games II

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

Eight Olympic events feature in this game, and any selection of these can be played at a time. There is no pure sprinting, and only the rowing and cycling can be thought of as pure joystick-waggling. The triple jump involves pressing right to start the hop (before reaching the white line), right again for the step as you land, left as you land for the jump, and then up to propel you through the sand. I high jump, after selecting a height you feel you can clear, you use up and down to control the speed, fire to jump, and then forward to propel you over the bar.

Summer Games II

Summer Games II

Commodore 64 - Released - July 15, 1985

Sure Summer Games was great. but why stop there? Summer Games II will take you even farther with eight challenging. new events. You and up to seven other contestants can compete in your favorite individual event or go for it all in the grand competition. Some events. like cycling. rowing and fencing even challenge you with realistic head-to-head competition. First. decide which oi the 18 different countries you‘re going to represent. Then. in true Olympic fashion. you will need the proper strategy and mental toughness. not just speed and agility to excel in each of the eight events. That’s...

Super Cycle

Super Cycle

Commodore 64 - July 15, 1986

A motorbike racing game strongly resembling Sega's Hang-On titles. The game is viewed from behind the bike, which tilts as you turn. You are racing against the clock, although there are lots of other bikes on track to avoid and ride around. There are 3 skill levels, which affect the amount of time you have to complete the level, and the bonus offered if you manage to (the amount of time left, divided by a set number, bigger on lower levels). Your bike has 3 gears and appears to have a top speed of around 120 MPH. After every 2 races there's a bonus round in which you must pick up as many...

Temple of Apshai

Temple of Apshai

Commodore 64 - 1983

Temple of Apshai is the first in Automated Simulations' Dunjonquest series of role-playing games series and one of the first computer role-playing games. The game could be described as a graphical "roguelike", but actually it resembles the mainframe classic DND more, as you cannot see the whole level, but only your surroundings. Furthermore, the level maps are not randomized like in Rogue. Still, the gameplay has a lot in common with Rogue and other early dungeon crawls: A solo character explores a monster-infested, multi-level dungeon to grab some treasure, everything in top-down...

Todd's Adventures in Slime World

Todd's Adventures in Slime World

Sega Genesis - Released - April 30, 1992

Todd and Rooney are mild-mannered go-getters who believe it is easier and more rewarding to drive a space cruiser than to navigate a desk in some window-less office. One dreary day, Todd gets stuck in his cubicle for several hours because the space exploration business has become a pastime for newly-weds. Not many assignments adorn the dashboard of Todd's wooden, four-legged carpet cruiser until Rooney comes bumbling toward Todd's cubicle. It seems a new planet has been discovered near Beta Delta and the administration feels it is a big project to explore. Todd and Rooney are perfect for...

Todd's Adventures in Slime World

Todd's Adventures in Slime World

Atari Lynx - Released - 1990

You are Todd, the explorer of new worlds. It's your adventure to travel deep into Slime World, the gooiest, drippiest place around. There are scary blobs to shoot and lots of objects and weapons to find. "Link up" with up to seven of your fellow slimers for an awesome multiplayer adventure.

Upper Reaches of Apshai

Upper Reaches of Apshai

Commodore 64 - 1983

Upper Reaches of Apshai is an expansion module for Temple of Apshai, featuring a new dungeon (four levels with 150 rooms), and even something like a background story: You have to discover the secrets of Benedict's monastery and the cottage of Merlis the Mage. Otherwise, gameplay is pretty much the same and resembles other graphical Roguelikes / mainframe DND-Clones: You're in control of a solo character, running through a dungeon, killing monster, getting experience, evading traps and finding treasures.

Winter Games

Winter Games

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - March 27, 1987

Winter Games is a sports game developed by Epyx based on sports featured in the Winter Olympic Games. A snow-and-ice themed follow-up to the highly successful Summer Games. The game was presented as a virtual multi-sport carnival called the "Epyx Winter Games" (there was no official IOC licensing in place) with up to 2 players each choosing a country to represent, and then taking turns competing in various events to try for a medal.

Winter Games

Winter Games

Atari 7800 - Released - 1987

You're an athlete at the 1988 Winter Games at Calgary, Alberta, Canada. You're about to move across snow and ice with as much speed, strength, endurance and grace as you can muster in the blustery cold. This is the winter portion of the world's foremost amateur sports competition. You'll match your skills against the top athletes. Be proud. Today you stand among the elite few whose courage and stamina will be tested by these Winter Games. Listen. A fanfare of trumpets sound as thousands of white doves are releases, symbolically to fly to the countries of the world with the message of...

Winter Games

Winter Games

Apple IIGS - Released - 1987

Winter Games is a sports video game developed by Epyx (and released in Europe by U.S. Gold), based on sports featured in the Winter Olympic Games.

Winter Games

Winter Games

Apple II - September 13, 1985

Winter Games is a sports video game developed by Epyx (and released in Europe by U.S. Gold), based on sports featured in the Winter Olympic Games. A snow-and-ice themed follow-up to the highly successful Summer Games, Winter Games was released in 1985 for the Commodore 64 and later ported to several popular home computers and video game consoles of the 1980s. The game was presented as a virtual multi-sport carnival called the "Epyx Winter Games" (there was no official IOC licensing in place) with up to 8 players each choosing a country to represent, and then taking turns competing in...

Winter Games

Winter Games

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1986

Another in the series of Epyx Olympic sports games. Compete in many different sporting events: Ski Jump, Hot Dog, Biathlon, Bobsled, Free Skating, Figure Skating, and more.

World Games

World Games

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1989

World Games is an Olympics-style sports game with arcade-oriented gameplay. The events players can compete in include: Barrel jumping Bull riding Caber toss Cliff diving Log rolling Platform diving Pole vault Skiing Sumo wrestling Weightlifting

World Games

World Games

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

World Games is an Olympics-style sports game with arcade-oriented gameplay. The events players can compete in include: Barrel jumping Bull riding Caber toss Cliff diving Log rolling Platform diving Pole vault Skiing Sumo wrestling Weightlifting

World Games

World Games

Apple IIGS - Released - 1987

World Games is a sports video game developed by Epyx for the Commodore 64 in 1986. Versions for the Apple IIGS, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, Sega Master System and other contemporary systems were also released. The NES version was released by Milton Bradley, and ported by Rare Ltd..

World Games

World Games

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1987

World Games is an Olympics-style sports game with arcade-oriented gameplay. The events players can compete in include: •Barrel jumping •Bull riding •Caber toss •Cliff diving •Log rolling •Platform diving •Pole vault •Skiing •Sumo wrestling •Weightlifting

World Games

World Games

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1986

The events available include: Weightlifting (Russia) Slalom skiing (France) Log rolling (Canada) Cliff diving (Mexico) Caber toss (Scotland) Bull riding (United States) Barrel jumping (Germany) Sumo Wrestling (Japan)

World Karate Championship

World Karate Championship

Apple II - September 13, 1986

International Karate is a karate fighting game created and published by System 3 for various home computers. Epyx licensed and published the game in the US as World Karate Championship in April 1986.Except for a new loading screen and necessary tuning for the American NTSC television system, the US releases were unchanged. International Karate + a successor which expanded the gameplay through the introduction of an additional - although not player controllable - karateka, was released in 1987. Through the unauthorized release of International Karate + Gold in 2001, this player was made...

World Of Sports

World Of Sports

Amstrad GX4000 - Released - 1990

World of Sports, is, as its name suggests, a sports game. These events were already present on computer versions of World Games, but if the game was renamed World of Sports on GX 4000 is simply that, we find here only 4 of the many events present on the original version. So let's go over the 4 parts of the game. First of all the bike cross event, entitled BMX. The cap well pressed on the skull, gloved hands gripping the handlebars, you're ready to go. You have a minute to complete the course of moguls, descents, haystacks. Points will be awarded if you browse all this in style (but if metal...

Zarlor Mercenary

Zarlor Mercenary

Atari Lynx - 1990

WANTED: Hot gun for hire. Travel to several exotic and dangerous places. Discover several exotic and dangerous aliens and kill them. Kill lots. For cash. Buy more weapons and kill again. Bring up to 3 friends along and kill even more.

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