Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984
Alibaba and 40 Thieves is a Pac-Man style game. Your goal is to catch the thieves... while being chased by the Chief Of Thieves! You have to catch the thieves before they disappear in the bottom of the screen 'cause then they are transformed into a bag of money. The money can be collected for extra points. Occasionally four question marks will appear in the maze. If you catch one of these question marks you will be granted specialties like bonus points, double speed or invulnerability.
Microsoft MSX - Released - 1983
Computer Othello is an implementation of the classic two-player board game. The board is an 8x8 square on which white and black tokens are placed. The starting position has two tokens of each colour diagonally opposite in the central 2x2 square. Black then places a token so that there is now one or more lines (of one or more consecutive white tokens) between the placed token and another black token. These lines can be either horizontally, vertically or diagonally, and results in all of those tokens being flipped to black. The same rule applies when white plays to flip black tokens. Players...
Microsoft MSX - Released - 1985
Scion is a vertical scrolling shooter. Players have to shoot the alien space ships while destroying the ground structures. In order to continue on to the next scene, the ground structures need to be completely destroyed.
Microsoft MSX - Released - 1986
Traffic is a simple game where the player has to guide cars, motorbikes and buses through busy London streets by changing the traffic lights from red to green. The objective in order to advance to the next level is to get a preset number of vehicles through the screen, although it does not matter which exit you direct them through. Cars continue to queue off the edges of the screen (with numbers next to them if there are queued cars beyond your vision) and if the queue reach more than five cars, it's game over. A warning sound is given when five cars are queued; you must hope there are not...