Enterprise

Enterprise

The Enterprise (aka Elan) is a Zilog Z80-based home computer first produced in 1985. It was developed by British company Intelligent Software and marketed by Enterprise Computers. Its two variants are the Enterprise 64, with 64 kilobytes (kB) of...

The Abyss

The Abyss

Enterprise - Released - 1985

In The Abyss, the planet Nonterraqueous is controlled by a master computer. You control a robot seeker drone trying to find and destroy this machine. You start with a laser and can get bombs but at swap stations you can change form. This new form cannot drop bombs or shoot lasers but it is not harmed by acid drops. You also have psyche stations that can reload you psyche but be careful. If you overload it you will be destroyed. You don't HAVE to change form for the acid drops. If you're quick and lucky enough, you can just avoid them. If you touch a proton thruster, an acid drop...

Alien Attack

Alien Attack

Enterprise - 1988

Alien Attack is a space shooter type game developed and published by Mr X for the Enterprise.

Antiriad

Antiriad

Enterprise - 1986

As Tal, your job is to single-handedly clear out the aliens who have invaded a desolate and destroyed post-nuclear earth. To have any chance of this, he must locate a sacred suit of armor. Not only will this protect him from radiation, and allow him to withstand some enemy contact, it also heals him, and enables him to float. This means that the game has two distinct styles, with your character limited to jumping, and with only rocks (located around the screens) to throw. Once he finds the suit he can fly around the ledges, shoot the inbuilt Pulsar beam, and survive within the volcanic...

Arcadia

Arcadia

Enterprise - 1982

Arcadia is a fixed screen shooter originally released for the Spectrum in 1982 and later ported to the Enterprise. It was published by Imagine.

Atomix

Atomix

Enterprise - 2006

Atomix is a transport puzzle video game developed by G√ľnter Kramer (as Softtouch) and published by Thalion Software, released for the Commodore Amiga and other personal computers in late 1990. The game was converted for the Enterprise 128 in 2006 and published by PovySoft The object of the game is to assemble molecules from compound atoms by moving the atoms on a two-dimensional playfield.

Attores

Attores

Enterprise

Attores is a game by the Hungarian software house, a Studio. It was released for the Enterprise and the Videoton TVC. The latter was a Hungarian home computer based on the Enterprise. The year of release is unknown, but was in the 1980's.

Batman

Batman

Enterprise - 1986

Batman is an isometric action-adventure game developed by Jon Ritman with graphics by Bernie Drummond, released by Manchester-based Ocean Software for a range of home computers including the Enterprise.

Beach-Head

Beach-Head

Enterprise - Released - 1985

A dictator took the control of a fortress on the island of Kuhn-Lin. The player's mission is to storm the island and recapture it. This takes place over the course of six different sequences. The first sequence is Aerial Reconnaissance, where the fleet must be moved directly past the enemy or into a hidden passage to trigger another, optional stage. In this Hidden Passage sequence, the player will have to maneuver around mines and torpedoes. Successfully completing it gives a surprise advantage in the following General Quarters sequence, where the player controls anti-aircraft guns shooting...

Beatcha

Beatcha

Enterprise - 1985

Beatcha is a computer game published by Romik for the Enterprise.

Beyond the Ice Palace

Beyond the Ice Palace

Enterprise - 1988

Beyond the Ice Palace lies a mystical land caught up in a battle between good and evil. Dark spirits are setting alight the forests, destroying the homes and livelihood of simple woodcutters. In desperation the ancient and wise spirits of the woods shoot a sacred arrow into the air. Whoever finds it will be able to destroy the powers of darkness...

Black Tiger

Black Tiger

Enterprise - 1989

Black Tiger is an arcade game by Capcom. It was ported to the Enterprise in 1989 and published by Go!

Colossal Adventure

Colossal Adventure

Enterprise - Released - 1985

Colossal Adventure takes its cue from the very earliest mainframe text adventures. Our hero must rescue the elves and find fifteen pieces of treasure. There are many dark areas, so lights and batteries are at a premium. Be careful of vicious dwarves, who can be killed using axes. You can carry up to four objects at a time; the useful ones include a newspaper, keys and sandwiches. The vocabulary includes saying spell names, DROPping items to stay within the carrying limit (and for other specific reasons), CATCHing a bird, and standard directions plus IN and OUT.

Dan Dare

Dan Dare

Enterprise - 1986

Dan Dare is an action shooter published by Virgin for the Enterprise.

Devil's Lair

Devil's Lair

Enterprise - 1985

Devil's Lair is a platform adventure released on the Enterprise by Loriciels.

Dynamite Dan

Dynamite Dan

Enterprise - 1985

Dynamite is an action adventure game written by Rob Bowkett and released by Mirrorsoft for the Enterprise, Amstrad and Spectrum home computers. Doctor Blitzen and his assistant Donna have drawn up plans for a ray machine to conquer the world. They have hidden the plans in a safe inside Blitzen's vast mansion. As Dan, the player must find and blow open the safe. Eight sticks of dynamite must be collected in order to blow the safe. Once the plans are rescued, Dan must return to his Zepellin and escape the mansion.

Eggs of Death

Eggs of Death

Enterprise - 1986

Eggs of Death is an action adventure style game published by Novotrade for the Enterprise. It is a mix of fixed screen shooter, platform and scrolling shooter.

Equinox

Equinox

Enterprise - 1986

Equinox is a computer game developed and published by Mikro-Gen for a range of home computers including the Enterprise.

Exolon

Exolon

Enterprise - 1989

Exolon is a run and gun game programmed by Raffaele Cecco and published by Hewson in 1987 for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC 8-bit computers. It was later converted to Enterprise 128 and to the 16-bit Amiga and Atari ST platforms.

Fantasia Diamond

Fantasia Diamond

Enterprise - Released - 1985

Fantasia Diamond is a traditional text adventure with static graphics, where the titular diamond, a family heirloom has been stolen and has to be retrieved from a sinister riverside fortress. Along the way, Boris the Masterspy is to be rescued who was imprisoned during a previous attempt to recover the diamond. On the way you encounter elves, pixies, gnomes and an decidedly unfriendly woodcutter. In order to gain strength, you need to eat and drink and your strength determines how many objects you can carry. There is a real-time element to the game where every character takes an action every...

Frost Byte

Frost Byte

Enterprise - 1986

Frost Byte is a game published by Mikro-Gen and released on the Enterprise and Spectrum in 1986. It's a platform type game with maze/puzzle elements.

Game Over

Game Over

Enterprise - 1987

Developed by Dinamic Software and published by Imagine for the Enterprise home computer in 1987.

Game Over II

Game Over II

Enterprise - 1987

Game Over II (known as Phantis in Spain) is an action game developed and published by Dinamic Software in 1987 as the sequel to Game Over. It is a mix between a scrolling shoot 'em up game (similar to R-Type) and a platform game (similar to Turrican).

Glug Glug

Glug Glug

Enterprise - 1984

Glug Glug was written by Steve Evans and published by CRL Group for the Spectrum and Enterprise. It was an treasure finding action game played underwater for 1 player or 2 players alternating.

Grime Z80

Enterprise - Homebrew - August 10, 2018

Grime Z80 is a remake of the 1984 text mode game Grime for the IBM PC, now ported to an assortment of 8-bit computers and devices all based on the Zilog Z80 CPU. Like the unsanitary original, it inhabits the general territory of Centipede crossed with Conway's Game of Life: a multi-directional shooter where you battle an expansion of sloppy ooze which behaves and grows like a cellular automaton. The little battleship roams the fixed playfield with its infinite supply of grime-destroying bullets, which can be shot in four directions (the game generously does the shooting for you: in the...

Herbert's Dummy Run

Herbert's Dummy Run

Enterprise - Released - 1985

Herbert's Dummy Run is a video game published by Mikro-Gen for a range of home computers including the Enterprise. It is an arcade adventure game and part of the Wally Week series. Herbert's Dummy Run is the fourth entry in a series of games featuring Wally Week and his family. Herbert is the small child of Wally who has become trapped inside a department store and must get to the lost and found department where his parents are waiting. The game is played in real time and allows four and a half hours to complete the game. Like other games in the series there are platforming elements and...

Impossible Mission

Impossible Mission

Enterprise - Released - 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 II

Impossible Mission II

Enterprise - 1988

Impossible Mission II is a 1988 computer game developed by Novotrade and published by Epyx. It was released for the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Enterprise 64 and 128, Nintendo Entertainment System, MS-DOS based PCs, Atari ST, Apple IIe with at least 128K, Apple IIc, Apple IIGS and Amiga computers. In 2004, it was one of the games featured on the C64 Direct-to-TV. Impossible Mission II is a direct sequel to Epyx's 1984 game Impossible Mission. The game follows directly from the same plot, with Elvin Atombender seeking revenge, and the player having to stop him. The overall game...

King of the Castle

King of the Castle

Enterprise - 1985

King of the Castle is a platform game by Artificial Intelligence and released by Entersoft for the Enterprise.

Nebulus

Nebulus

Enterprise - 1988

Nebulus is a video game created by John M. Phillips and published by Hewson Consultants in the late 1980s for various home computer systems including the Enterprise. It's a single player game with a 2 player alternating mode.

Nodes of Yesod

Nodes of Yesod

Enterprise - Released - 1985

The game is similar to Underwurlde, which was released a year earlier. Strange signals are coming from the moon and Charlemagne Fotheringham-Grunes (or Charlie for short), member of the International Commission for Universal Problem Solving (I.C.U.P.S.) is sent to investigate. It turns out that the source of the signals is a strange monolith. The aim of the game is to destroy this monolith. Nodes of Yesod is an Arcade Adventure seen from a side-scrolling perspective. Charlie can jump and, after finding it first, use a device called mole. After pressing up on on the joystick, Charlie stands...

NorthStar

NorthStar

Enterprise - 1988

NorthStar was developed by Sentient Software and published by Gremlin Graphics Software Ltd. The Northstar space station has been overrun by aliens, with all reports suggesting that the crew didn't survive. It's your job to progress through its floors, wipe out the aliens and restore order. What this entails is essentially a case of walking from left to right taking out everything you see. You are armed with a lance, which you can use from some distance, although you can only attack in one direction at a time, although aliens can come at you from all around, many of them using some wicked...

Out of This World

Enterprise - Released - 1987

Out of This World is a ball rolling action game similar to Trailblazer. The game is viewed from a third-person perspective and the ball that the player is in control of rolls forward automatically. In its path various hazards will appear and the player has to avoid these by steering left and right or by jumping over them. Hazards include holes, water and missiles. Although the ball is constantly in motion it is possible to increase or decrease the speed. The game consists of ten different levels with different hazards and each of these has nine roads that the player has to make it through. If...

Raid Over Moscow

Enterprise - Released - 1985

The USSR has launched a huge attack on the USA, and the only hope for the free world is for you (as leader of a US Squadron of fighters) to destroy their defense bases. This is done in a multi-stage action game with some similarities to the same developer's Beach Head. All the mini-games must be completed before the time limit on the bomb is expired. The first thing you will see is a missile being launched; the game then takes you to your hangar, from which you must quickly launch as many ships as possible, a task made difficult by the limited gravity. You must then fly it into Soviet...

RoboCop

RoboCop

Enterprise - 1989

RoboCop is a side-scrolling shooter. It was licensed by Ocean Software at the script stage. This is why the arcade game developed and published by Data East and Nihon Bussan bears a licence credit for Ocean. Several reworked versions appeared for home computers and video game consoles; most of them, including the Enterprise version, published by Ocean.

Sceptre of Bagdad

Sceptre of Bagdad

Enterprise - 1987

Sceptre of Bagdad was released for the Enterprise 64/128 in 1987 by Atlantis. You're Caliph - king of Iraq. An evil wizard from distant land broke into your palace, transforming it into a maze of traps and puzzles, and taking the sacred Sceptre of Bagdad. Unless you can recover it, your spell as ruler is finished. Featuring lots of enemies to dodge, platform-style jumps and object manipulation, the game resembles the Dizzy games, with a Jet Set Willy-influenced setting. There are many objects you need to use, but you can only carry two at a time. You have three lives with which to complete...

Sir Abadol

Sir Abadol

Enterprise - 2010

Sir Abadol is a platform adventure type game developed by The Mojon Twins and published by Ubhres Productions.

Slightly Magic

Slightly Magic

Enterprise - 1991

Slightly Magic was developed by Astonishing Animations and released for the Enterprise computer by Codemasters in 1991. It is an arcade adventure style game.

Sorcery

Sorcery

Enterprise - 1985

Sorcery was developed and published by Virgin Games, and released in 1985 on the Enterprise home computer.

Star Strike 3D

Star Strike 3D

Enterprise - Released - 1985

Star Strike 3D was developed by Entersoft and published on the Enterprise by Realtime Software. It is a first person shooter similar to Atari's Star Wars. The Outsiders have attacked the Earth Federation, laying waste to its defense fleets. In desperation, Federation Command sends the new Starstrike space fighters to attack the Outsiders's main bases (which are converted moons), hoping to exploit a fatal flaw in the design: a direct hit to the reactor at the center of the base might lead to its destruction. Both regarding graphics and gameplay, 3D Starstrike is essentially a clone of...

Sub Hunter

Sub Hunter

Enterprise - 2011

Sub Hunter is a video game that was converted to the Enterprise by Psytronik Software.

Vixen

Vixen

Enterprise - 1988

Vixen was developed by Intelligent Design and published by Martech for the Enterprise home computer in 1988.

Wizard's Lair

Wizard's Lair

Enterprise - 1985

Wizard's Lair is a video game developed by Bubble Bus and released on the Enterprise by Entersoft. Building on the basic gameplay and visual ideas of Ultimate's Atic Atac, Wizard's Lair stars an explorer named Pothole Pete, who is stuck in the Lair unless he can find all four pieces of the Golden Lion. The game is viewed slightly top-down, with indoor rooms bordered by line drawn vectors rather than the fuller jungle graphics. The Enterprise conversion is based on the Amstrad version..

Wriggler

Wriggler

Enterprise - 1985

Wriggler is an arcade adventure game for the Enterprise home computer. It was developed by Devonshire House and published by Romantic Robot in 1985. An extended version was released by PGyuri / ZozoSoft in 2011.

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