Apogee BK-01

Apogee BK-01

The Apogee BK-01 or Apogey BK-01 is a Soviet 8-bit personal computer built on the Radio 86RK and released in 1988. Its later version, the Apogee BK-01C featured color support.

Bad Road

Apogee BK-01 - Released

Battle Ship

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1977

Bombard

Apogee BK-01 - Released

Boulder Dash

Apogee BK-01

Boxing

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1988

Boxing

Apogee BK-01 - Released

Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom

Apogee BK-01 - Released

Chess

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1987

Chudov

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1978

Cirk

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1986

Crocket

Apogee BK-01

Crossfire

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1988

Descent

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1987

Diggers

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1986

Foxhunt

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1986

Froggi 15

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1987

Gonki

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1988

Gorodoki

Apogee BK-01

Klad

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1987

Kolobok

Apogee BK-01

Kommutator

Apogee BK-01

Landmine

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1987

Lestnica

Apogee BK-01

Liquid Sky

Apogee BK-01

Lode Runner

Apogee BK-01

The Bungeling Empire has stolen a huge cache of gold from its rightful owners, and your mission is to infiltrate its treasury and recapture it. This entails progressing through 150 screens of platforms, ladders and ropes. The Empire has sent robotic guards down to protect the gold, and contact with any of these will cost you a life. Your method of escaping them is to press fire to dig a hole in their line of movement, thus causing them to fall in briefly, allowing you to move across the gap safely. Once all the gold has been collected, a ladder allowing you to move onto the next screen is...

Marafon

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1987

Mars

Apogee BK-01

Mirage

Apogee BK-01

Muzykalnaya Programma - Kalinka Malinka

Apogee BK-01 - Released

Nesushka

Apogee BK-01

Pacman

Apogee BK-01

Pentis

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1986

Pif

Apogee BK-01 - Released

Ping Pong

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1986

Planeta

Apogee BK-01 - Released

Pvo87

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1987

Ralli

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1989

Ralslal

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1989

Redflwr

Apogee BK-01 - Released - December 7, 1990

Rein

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1989

Rikoshet

Apogee BK-01 - Released

Rise

Apogee BK-01

Sad

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1989

Shahty

Apogee BK-01 - Released

Shmel

Apogee BK-01

Shturm

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1987

Skachki

Apogee BK-01

Skaloed

Apogee BK-01

Slams

Apogee BK-01 - Released - 1990

Snake

Apogee BK-01

Spinsect

Apogee BK-01

Spysdem

Apogee BK-01 - Released - March 1, 1990

Tennis

Apogee BK-01

Tetris

Apogee BK-01 - Released

Tetris (Russian: Те́трис, pronounced [ˈtɛtrʲɪs]) is a tile-matching puzzle video game, originally designed and programmed by Russian game designer Alexey Pajitnov. It was released on June 6, 1984, while he was working for the Dorodnitsyn Computing Centre of the Academy of Science of the USSR in Moscow. He derived its name from the Greek numerical prefix tetra- (all of the game's pieces contain four segments) and tennis, Pajitnov's favorite sport.

Xonix

Apogee BK-01 - 1977

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