Interplay Productions, Inc.

007 James Bond: The Stealth Affair

007 James Bond: The Stealth Affair

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

The Stealth Affair is a graphic adventure game with a point-and-click interface. The player controls the famous secret agent James Bond (John Glames in the European version), whose task is to travel to South America in order to locate and retrieve a newly designed F-19 stealth plane, which was stolen from the Naval Air Station in Miramar, California. The game is controlled by the same pop-up command menu consisting of six verbs that was introduced in Delphine's debut Future Wars: Adventures in Time. However, it's been slightly improved and does now allow interaction with the inventory,...

007 James Bond: The Stealth Affair

007 James Bond: The Stealth Affair

ScummVM - Released - 1990

The Stealth Affair is a graphic adventure game with a point-and-click interface. The player controls the famous secret agent James Bond (John Glames in the European version), whose task is to travel to South America in order to locate and retrieve a newly designed F-19 stealth plane, which was stolen from the Naval Air Station in Miramar, California. The game is controlled by the same pop-up command menu consisting of six verbs that was introduced in Delphine's debut Future Wars: Adventures in Time. However, it's been slightly improved and does now allow interaction with the inventory, like...

007: James Bond: The Stealth Affair

007: James Bond: The Stealth Affair

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Operation Stealth, also known as James Bond 007: The Stealth Affair in the United States, is an adventure game from Delphine Software International, released in 1990. The game is mainly the work of Paul Cuisset (programming) and Jean Baudlot (sound). The game was released with the Bond license in the United States, although this led to some inconsistencies as the MI6 agent appeared to be taking his orders from the CIA. Operation Stealth mainly features a point-and-click style of gameplay reminiscent of many of the LucasArts adventures of the time, as well as a number of more...

3DO Maniac Pack

3DO Maniac Pack

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - 1995

This is a four-game compilation pack that contains the following 3DO games: Alone In The Dark Battle Chess Out Of This World Way Of The Warrior

The Bard's Tale Construction Set

The Bard's Tale Construction Set

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

After three games in the Bard's Tale universe, Interplay gave fans the chance to create their own games based on the game engine. You can design your own Monsters (choosing their look from existing ones or by drawing it yourself), level layouts (from the pre-defined objects of Bard's Tale III, spells and collectible objects. Your creations can be largely hack-and-slash based, or have more of an exploration and puzzle-solving focus, by designing event sequences to be triggered at particular locations. The package comes with a sample adventure set in Isil Thania.

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

The most challenging game on Earth comes to life in Battle Chess. An entire medieval world at war is reflected on the checkered field. Everyone who's ever had a knight take a pawn, has seen that capture as more than one piece replacing another on the board. In players' minds, the bold knight, resplendent in his armor of silver or ebon, sallies forth and slays the foul foot soldier. Combat, mortal combat, lies in the heart and soul of chess, but this aspect of it could only live in the mind's eye - until now! The Battle Chess Special Edition contains three different games, each with it's own...

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

Battle Chess is a video game version of chess in which the chess pieces come to life and battle one another when capturing. It was originally developed and released by Interplay Entertainment for the Amiga in 1988 and subsequently on many other systems, including 3DO, Acorn Archimedes, Amiga CD32, Amiga CDTV, Apple IIGS, Apple IIe, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, FM Towns, NES, Mac OS, PC-98, Sharp X68000 and Windows 3.x. In 1991, Battle Chess Enhanced was released by Interplay for the PC, featuring improved VGA graphics and a symphonic musical score that played from the CD-ROM. Battle Chess...

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

Atari ST - Released - 1989

Battle Chess is a quite typical chess game, but it comes with a twist: all pieces are represented by small, realistic figures that walk around on the chessboard, and when one piece takes another, they both take part in an animated battle. There is a different animation for each permutation, depending on which pieces are capturing or being captured. You can also play in 2D without animation. The game's opening library includes 30,000 different moves, ensuring a variety of games will unfold across the 10 skill levels.

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

Commodore 64 - Released - October 1, 1988

With Battle Chess, Interplay wanted to make chess accessible for a broader audience and they did that with a fair amount of success. The addition of the fighting-scenes makes this a very funny chess game, which will appeal to many. Without the animation, there’s still a pretty good chess-game here, with some good options and quite a lot of difficulty-levels

Battle Chess

Battle Chess

Windows 3.X - Released - 1991

Battle Chess is a quite typical chess game, but it comes with a twist: all pieces are represented by small, realistic figures that walk around on the chessboard, and when one piece takes another, they both take part in an animated battle. There is a different animation for each permutation, depending on which pieces are capturing or being captured. You can also play in 2D without animation. The game's opening library includes 30,000 different moves, ensuring a variety of games will unfold across the 10 skill levels. Multi-player support can be extended to modem and/or serial port play.

Battle Chess 4000

Battle Chess 4000

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

The Battle Chess series took the basic game of chess and added animations for each battle between pieces, bringing the game to a wider audience, with no intention of providing something for Kasparov to spar with. This edition follows the same premise, but with a futuristic science-fiction feel. Pieces are animated from clay models, with a new range of animations. The game can be played in 2D mode as an alternative. The game's artificial intelligence learns your strategies and game plan as it plays with you, and there are over 30,000 distinct moves in the library of openings.

Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess

Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

A sequel to the original Battle Chess, this game takes on a more Chinese approach, both in the rules of the game and in the presentation. Using a Chinese variation of the game of Chess, pieces like the Queen and Bishop are replaced by Counsellors, Ministers, and Cannon. Pieces behave differently than their European counterparts and even the board is set up differently. Two things remain the same: the ultimate goal of checkmating the opposing player's king and the Battlechess style animated battles that occur when two pieces contend for the same spot on the board.

Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess

Battle Chess II: Chinese Chess

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

A sequel to the original Battle Chess, this game takes on a more Chinese approach, both in the rules of the game and in the presentation. Using a Chinese variation of the game of Chess, pieces like the Queen and Bishop are replaced by Counsellors, Ministers, and Cannon. Pieces behave differently than their European counterparts and even the board is set up differently. Two things remain the same: the ultimate goal of checkmating the opposing player's king and the Battlechess style animated battles that occur when two pieces contend for the same spot on the board.

Battle Chess: Enhanced CD-ROM

Battle Chess: Enhanced CD-ROM

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

This version of Battle Chess, while retaining the gameplay of the original release, features improved 256-color SVGA graphics as well as new visual effects and animations. In addition, it has a symphonic soundtrack in redbook (CD audio) format.

Battle Chess: Enhanced CD-ROM

Battle Chess: Enhanced CD-ROM

Windows 3.X - Released - 1991

This version of Battle Chess, while retaining the gameplay of the original release, features improved 256-color SVGA graphics as well as new visual effects and animations. In addition, it has a symphonic soundtrack in redbook (CD audio) format.

Blood & Magic

Blood & Magic

Windows - Released - October 1, 1996

Blood & Magic is a real-time strategy game focused on unit management rather than base construction. It uses the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons license (and thus has AD&D type units) and takes place in the Forgotten Realms AD&D setting. There are five separate storyline scenarios of increasing difficulty with three missions per scenario, playable from the side of both factions each, for a total of 30 missions in the game. The game is tile-based with a 2D top-down perspective. The player starts out with the ability to create Basal Golems, around which the game revolves since they generate your...

Bridge Deluxe 2 With Omar Sharif

MS-DOS - Released - March 29, 1996

Another game about the card game of Bridge. You can play against the computer (the A.I. has some 20 options for bidding conventions and just card play) or against human opponents (there is even a LAN option). Included are some tutorials for beginner and intermediate players; the tutorials are presented by Omar Sharif himself.

Carmageddon: Max Pack

Carmageddon: Max Pack

MS-DOS - Released - 1998

Has both Carmageddon and the Splat Pack expansion, bundled in one package. Both parts allow you to either race, waste all the cars, or kill all the pedestrians. Motorized carnage. Ever wanted to hit pedestrians during a race? Now's your chance. Carmageddon is an ultra-violent racing game which caused much controversy during the '90s but was also very popular due to its fun factor. It was also one of the first batch of games to make use of 3D accelerated graphics (using OpenGL and 3dfx Voodoo cards). At the beginning of the game the player only has one car and is ranked at #99. The...

Carmageddon: Splat Pack

Carmageddon: Splat Pack

Windows - DLC - January 1, 1997

The Carmageddon Splat Pack was the only official expansion pack for Carmageddon. Released in November 1997, it added several new cars, power-ups and levels.

Casper

Casper

Sony Playstation - Released - September 27, 1996

The plot centers around the "spoiled, grasping inheritor of Whipstaff Manor" - Carrigan Crittenden. She's after the treasure she thinks is hidden in the walls. Casper will need the help of Dr James Harvey - therapist to the dead - if he has any hope of succeeding in his adventures.

Castles

Castles

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Build a series of castles to gain dominion over all the land. You'll have to make decisions that will affect your favor with the Church, nobles, and peasants. Keep a strong military and a large workforce while watching the level of your treasury.

Castles: The Northern Campaign

Castles: The Northern Campaign

Commodore Amiga - DLC - 1993

The Celts have been defeated and you've built a succession of castles across the wilds of Albion. But still there is no peace. The Picts are rebelling against you in the north and now you must build more castles to defend Albion from these wild savages. The Northern Campaign is the first campaign disk for Castles, and it includes many new features, such as new graphics, economics, new combat features (vikings, archers etc). and troop training. The Northern Campaign needs the original Castles, it can not be played by itself.

Castles: The Northern Campaign

Castles: The Northern Campaign

MS-DOS - DLC - 1991

The Celts have been defeated and you've built a succession of castles across the wilds of Albion. But still there is no peace. The Picts are rebelling against you in the north and now you must build more castles to defend Albion from these wild savages. The Northern Campaign is the first campaign disk for Castles, and it includes many new features, such as new graphics, economics, new combat features (vikings, archers etc). and troop training. The Northern Campaign needs the original Castles, it can not be played by itself.

Conquest of the New World: Deluxe Edition

Conquest of the New World: Deluxe Edition

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

Like the original Conquest of The New World, the Deluxe Edition lets you control one of 6 different nations (five European and the High Natives) in their attempt to colonize and conquer a "new" continent. The game is turn-based, and combat is a mini-game taking place on a 3x5 square battlefield where victory can be achieved by killing all enemy troops or capturing the enemy's flag. The gameworld is represented in an isometric point of view with three-dimensional terrain features. Colonies consist of a Colony Centre, exerting an area of control within which all buildings must be placed....

Cyberia

Cyberia

Sega Saturn - Released - February 16, 1996

In the year 2027, the world is controlled by two rival superpowers, the western-bloc Free World Alliance and the east-bloc Cartel. Transmissions from an FWA spy reveal the location of a secret multi-national laboratory deep within Siberia, the Cyberia Complex, where a mysterious weapon is being developed. FWA leader Devlin frees a cyber-hacker named Zak from prison and sends him to infiltrate the complex and discover the true nature of the Cyberia weapon. Unfortunately, the Cartel is also interested in the weapon and will stop at nothing to get it. Not only must Zak make his way past the...

Dragon Wars

Dragon Wars

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Dragon Wars takes place in the magical land of Dilmun, an island of salvation perverted into a world of horror by Namtar (as you might expect - the bad guy). The player starts with a party of four in the city of Purgatory, equipped with nothing more than.. well - nothing. Worst of all your magic users won't help you out, either, because magic has been banned (to correct this unpleasing situation is one of your main objectives). Other main targets are surviving, getting out of Purgatory and toppling Namtar (maybe getting some decent clothing, one or two shiny swords and the like on your way...

Dragon Wars

Dragon Wars

Commodore 64 - Released - 1989

Dragon Wars takes place in the magical land of Dilmun, an island of salvation perverted into a world of horror by Namtar (as you might expect - the bad guy). The player starts with a party of four in the city of Purgatory, equipped with nothing more than.. well - nothing. Worst of all your magic users won't help you out, either, because magic has been banned (to correct this unpleasing situation is one of your main objectives). Other main targets are surviving, getting out of Purgatory and toppling Namtar (maybe getting some decent clothing, one or two shiny swords and the like on your way...

Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep

Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep

Apple Mac OS - Released - 1995

Chaos Strikes Back was a semi-sequel to seminal RPG Dungeon Master, but a true sequel came several years later. The game fuses real-time battles with puzzle solving and travelling, although the game now auto-maps. Rain and magic usage effects are incorporated into the engine. The first part of the game is spent above ground, visiting villages with shops and temples, and trawling through forests.

Fallout

Fallout

Windows - Released - September 30, 1997

A devastating nuclear war had wiped out almost the entire population of the Earth. The civilization, as we know it, has been destroyed. The Earth has become a huge wasteland populated by mutated creatures. Only small number of humans survived and they formed communities living on the surface, where they mostly scavenge what remains from the pre-war civilization. Some lucky people managed to reach safety of the Vaults, huge underground dwellings, during the war. Recently, the water purification controller chip in Vault 13 broke. Without clean water, the people of the Vault cannot survive. One...

Fallout

Fallout

MS-DOS - Released - September 30, 1997

A devastating nuclear war had wiped out almost the entire population of the Earth. The civilization, as we know it, has been destroyed. The Earth has become a huge wasteland populated by mutated creatures. Only small number of humans survived and they formed communities living on the surface, where they mostly scavenge what remains from the pre-war civilization. Some lucky people managed to reach safety of the Vaults, huge underground dwellings, during the war. Recently, the water purification controller chip in Vault 13 broke. Without clean water, the people of the Vault cannot survive. One...

Future Wars: Adventures in Time

Future Wars: Adventures in Time

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

When it comes to producing the fabled ‘Interactive Movie’, all credit has so far gone to Cinemaware. On the other hand, American software house Sierra have been beavering away on their own style of interactive movies. Future Wars takes off from where Sierra apparently stopped. It is almost second generation in much the same vein. You start off as a low window cleaner high up on the outside of a sky scraper. The introductory sequence shows him accidentally knocking his bucket over and taking a rollicking from his boss. Half-closing the window behind him the boss disappears back into the...

Future Wars: Adventures In Time

Future Wars: Adventures In Time

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

In the year 1989, a simple window cleaner is working outside of a skyscraper. Intending to play a prank on his angry boss, the unlikely hero discovers a secret passage leading to a time machine along with mysterious alien documents. Operating the device transports the protagonist to the year 1304, where he is given a seemingly ordinary task of rescuing a lady in danger. However, he soon finds out about a much more serious threat of a global alien invasion. The hero has to travel to the remote future of the 44th century and eventually to the even more remote past of the Cretaceous period to...

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. I

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. I

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Many years ago, the dark lord Sauron forged the One Ring to control the races of the Middle Earth. He was defeated by the human prince Isildur, who took the ring to himself. But such was the evil power of the ring that it brought misfortune to whoever dared to bear it, corrupting their souls. Eventually, the ring ended up by Frodo Baggins, a peaceful hobbit who was unaware of his possession's true nature. Realizing that the only way to be free of the ring's power would be to destroy it, the wizard Gandalf tells Frodo to carry it to Sauron's land, Mordor, and throw it into the lava rivers of...

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. II: The Two Towers

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. II: The Two Towers

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. II: The Two Towers is a role-playing game following the second book in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy. It is a direct sequel to J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. I. Controlling multiple characters from the book, players struggle to reach the Two Towers on the ultimate quest to destroy the One Ring. The gameplay is quite similar to that of the first game. The players navigate the parties of characters over top-down environments, fighting enemies and performing quests. Since the storyline of the second book splits into several...

Kingdom I: The Far Reaches

Kingdom I: The Far Reaches

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

In this adventure game, step into the shoes of Lathan Kandor, a young boy, to defeat the evil Black Wizard. Lathan will find help from his mentor, the mighty magician Daelon. Explore the fantasy lands of the Far Reaches and retrieve three of the five pieces of the ancient relic called The Hand of Mobus. Talk to a variety of characters, collect objects and solve adventure type problems and puzzles. Kingdom: The Far Reaches features mouse control, video animations, cartoon-like graphics, an in-game travel map and original music which can be turned off if desired.

Lexi-Cross

Lexi-Cross

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Lexi-Cross is a TV show simulation based on elements from Wheel of Fortune and Scrabble in a humorous futuristic setting. Competing either against other living creatures (humans, aliens) or against robots, you must flip the tiles and use the revealed letters to form the correct words. The game features more than 600 puzzles.

The Lost Vikings

The Lost Vikings

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Three Vikings, Eric the Swift, Olaf the Stout and Baleog the Fierce, were kidnapped by the alien Tomator, the evil Croutonian ruler, who is collecting unique life forms to display in his gallery. The three Vikings will have to combine their unique skills to defeat Tomator, as well as a vast array of aliens, robots, giant snails, big lizards and more. The Lost Vikings is a side-scrolling platform puzzle game with a twist. Instead of one character who can jump, run, shoot, collect items, flip switches and so on, there are three different characters, each with his own skills. Eric the Swift...

M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault & Exploration

M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault & Exploration

Windows - Released - 1996

As its name implies, M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault and Exploration is a conquer 'n' plunder-type strategy game in the same vein as the Warcraft or Command & Conquer series, albeit with a few interesting twists. The goal of M.A.X. is to colonize newly-discovered planets, controlling the resources found there, and defend your colony against other rival factions looking to literally blow you off the planet. M.A.X. is most notable for its ability to be played as a real-time or more traditional turn-based strategy game, which can significantly impact how the game is played. The length of turns is...

M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault & Exploration

M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault & Exploration

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

As its name implies, M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault and Exploration is a conquer 'n' plunder-type strategy game in the same vein as the Warcraft or Command & Conquer series, albeit with a few interesting twists. The goal of M.A.X. is to colonize newly-discovered planets, controlling the resources found there, and defend your colony against other rival factions looking to literally blow you off the planet. M.A.X. is most notable for its ability to be played as a real-time or more traditional turn-based strategy game, which can significantly impact how the game is played. The length of turns is...

Mummy: Tomb of the Pharaoh

Mummy: Tomb of the Pharaoh

Windows 3.X - Released - 1996

One of the myriad of indirect Myst descendants and sequel of sorts to Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster, Mummy is your standard first person adventure game from the mid-to-late nineties. You play the role of Michael Cameron, an investigator for the National Mining Company. One of your company's sites in Egypt has reached a bit of an impasse. It appears the workers there fear that they have come across sacred burial grounds and believe they have awakened a mummy. Your job is to investigate these claims (with the hope of proving them unsubstantiated so work can continue), all the...

Neuromancer

Neuromancer

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Based on the cyberpunk novel by William Gibson. In a grimy future, you play Case, a cyberspace cowboy who finds himself broke in Chiba City. Find yourself a laptop and the right software for it so you can hack into databases around the city to regain your access to cyberspace. Buy and upgrade brain implant chips to augment your computer skills, and sell your body parts to afford new technologies. When you get to cyberspace, you'll take on the nasty AIs that guard the most important databases. Within all this information is the bizarre secret of this world of inbred corporations.

Neuromancer

Neuromancer

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

Based on the cyberpunk novel by William Gibson. In a grimy future, you play Case, a cyberspace cowboy who finds himself broke in Chiba City. Find yourself a laptop and the right software for it so you can hack into databases around the city to regain your access to cyberspace. Buy and upgrade brain implant chips to augment your computer skills, and sell your body parts to afford new technologies. When you get to cyberspace, you'll take on the nasty AIs that guard the most important databases. Within all this information is the bizarre secret of this world of inbred corporations.

NFL Pro League Football: New 1991 Version

NFL Pro League Football: New 1991 Version

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

A "strategic" football simulation focusing on coaching strategy. Designed for leagues, players could draft from current or classic teams and build coaching strategies for the computer to run or call game plays themselves. There is no direct control over the players.

Omar Sharif on Bridge

Omar Sharif on Bridge

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

This Bridge game has built-in tutorial mode which makes it easy for novice players to start enjoying the game right away. Omar Sharif himself will guide you through the rules, and the sample hands show you the best bid or play to make in a variety of situations. For the more experienced player, you can dive right in and start playing on your own, but Omar is only a mouse click away should you need some advice at any point in the game.

Out of this World

Out of this World

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

A young physics professor named Lester conducts a particle experiment. Suddenly, something goes wrong, a lightning strikes, and in a moment Lester finds himself in a strange alien world. Now he must fight for his life, first with his bare hands, then with a gun he finds. But what gives him courage is that he is not alone. One of the aliens who escapes from the prison together with him helps him on his dangerous quest. Friendship can overcome all the obstacles. Out of This World combines shooting, platforming, and puzzle-solving elements. The game is divided into stages; some of them are...

Out of This World

Out of This World

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

A young physics professor named Lester conducts a particle experiment. Suddenly, something goes wrong, a lightning strikes, and in a moment Lester finds himself in a strange alien world. Now he must fight for his life, first with his bare hands, then with a gun he finds. But what gives him courage is that he is not alone. One of the aliens who escapes from the prison together with him helps him on his dangerous quest. Friendship can overcome all the obstacles. Out of This World combines shooting, platforming, and puzzle-solving elements. The game is divided into stages; some of them are...

Russian 6 Pak

Russian 6 Pak

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Ever heard of Tetris? There are many other puzzle-based games from Russia and the Russian 6 Pak presents six of them: - Flying Pictures: There is a game field with a lot of blocks with different pictures on it. Your character has also blocks with pictures with him. The goal is to throw every block on another block with a corresponding picture. This block disappears and the block you threw is returned to you with a new picture on it. - Fast Ring: Similar to Pipemania. - Line Man: Also very similar to Pipemania. - Master of Bombs: A Tetris variant with bombs. - Crete: This is a sliding...

Shattered Steel

Shattered Steel

MS-DOS - Released - September 30, 1996

Shattered Steel is a first-person 3D action game similar in concept to MechWarrior series. The player takes control of bipedal machines (mechs) known as Planet Runners, trying to protect humanity against alien menace. The single player campaign takes place on five different planets, with about twenty missions available for each. The missions mostly involve direct assaults, infiltration of enemy strongholds, defending own bases, or escorting important figures. The player can pilot up to seven different Runners in different sizes and shapes, having their own strengths and weaknesses. Each...

Star Trek Pinball

Star Trek Pinball

MS-DOS - Released - January 31, 1998

A pinball game based on the original Star Trek series. There are three tables in the game, the third of which actually requires two players to play. Although available for sale, it was also bundled free with Starfleet Academy.

Star Trek: 25th Anniversary

Star Trek: 25th Anniversary

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Captain Kirk and the USS Enterprise are representatives of the United Federation of Planets. Their role in space is that of explorers as well as a military presence. The Enterprise routinely encounters strange adventures and bizarre situations, each laid out as a separate "episode" which must be played in order. The first episode involves the USS Enterprise being called to a world to investigate strange "demons" have appeared from the mines and begun attacking the settlers. Star Trek: 25th Anniversary is based on the 1960s Star Trek TV series. The game is a combination of a point-and-click,...

Star Trek: Judgment Rites

Star Trek: Judgment Rites

MS-DOS - Released - December 1, 1993

Sequel to Star Trek: 25th Anniversary, Star Trek: Judgment Rites brings back the entire Enterprise crew in eight new episodes. Strange things are happening in distant space, such as dead planets spawning life and WW1 planes in outer space. You need to survive these situations. You must navigate your way through space, and send away teams onto planets to investigate situations, communicate with other characters and solve puzzles. Unlike the previous game, action sequences are optional.

Star Trek: Starfleet Academy: Starship Bridge Simulator

Star Trek: Starfleet Academy: Starship Bridge Simulator

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 31, 1995

It's high tension at the Klingon Neutral Zone. You must get past the blockage and deliver supplies to the Federation colonists on a planet claimed by the Klingon Empire. One false move could lead to war and even millions of causalities. Your reputation at the Academy is at stake. Star Trek®: Starfleet Academy, The Bridge Simulator has over 15 simulated missions in the final frontier. Command five different starships, from science vessels to Constitution-class heavy cruisers on a variety of missions ranging from scientific research...to diplomacy...to battle. Star Trek®: Starfleet Academy™,...

Stonekeep

Stonekeep

MS-DOS - Released - November 8, 1995

When the insane god Khull-Khuum was rampaging the world, devastating everything on his way, the only person who survived the destruction of the Stonekeep castle was a boy named Drake, saved by a mysterious figure. Years later, Drake returns to the ruins of Stonekeep, and the goddess Thera extracts his spirit so that he might withstand the dangers that await him there. Drake must avenge his past, and find a way to liberate the benevolent gods of the realm. Stonekeep is a dungeon-crawling role-playing game with real-time combat. The entire game is spent underground. There is no character...

Tommy

Tommy

Windows 3.X - Released - 1996

See and hear Tommy as never before. Pete Townshend and The Who's earliest years to Woodstock, from the 1989 reunion tour to the 1993 smash-hot Broadway play and beyond. Find out why Pete Townshend and The Who shocked one generation and inspired the next. Check out Pete Townshend's original lyrics both on paper and on early audio demos as he brings his dream to life.

Virtual Pool

Virtual Pool

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Virtual Pool is the definitive pool simulation game that actually teaches novice players how to play and even promises to improve the game of the pool shark. Developed by a team of physicists and professional pool players, Virtual Pool brings the game to life with the highest degree of accuracy. Balls roll, skid, collide and move on a fully rendered 3D controlled pool table that mirrors reality. Virtual Pool has revolutionary features that allow players to actually 'walk' around the table to check out their next shot, take a closer look, back away, look left or right and then line-up the...

Waterworld

Waterworld

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

As in the film of the same name, the melting of the polar ice caps has created a flooded world. Worse, it's a world where law and order has broken down, where gangs of mercenaries and tribalists are constantly on the attack. As leader of a group of survivors, you must complete 22 missions of real-time strategy. Some missions are attack based, and some are purely defensive. Flame-throwers, Molotov Cocktails and crossbows are among the 17 featured weapons. Steal weaponry and improves the defences of your fortress to survive. Resource management across missions is another key element. The...

Yubiwa Monogatari Dai-1-kan: Tabi no Nakama

Yubiwa Monogatari Dai-1-kan: Tabi no Nakama

NEC PC-9801 - Released - October 30, 1991

Many years ago, the dark lord Sauron forged the One Ring to control the races of the Middle Earth. He was defeated by the human prince Isildur, who took the ring to himself. But such was the evil power of the ring that it brought misfortune to whoever dared to bear it, corrupting their souls. Eventually, the ring ended up by Frodo Baggins, a peaceful hobbit who was unaware of his possession's true nature. Realizing that the only way to be free of the ring's power would be to destroy it, the wizard Gandalf tells Frodo to carry it to Sauron's land, Mordor, and throw it into the lava rivers of...

Zombie Dinos from Planet Zeltoid

Zombie Dinos from Planet Zeltoid

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Dinosaurs of the past are been brought to our present time in an attempt to control the world! You must learn to track and identify different dinosaurs if you're going to save the Earth. You are not alone though. You have the help of the Dinosaur Encyclopedia and your new found friend, Dexter the talking Dinodroid. As you track the dinosaurs, you will encounter clues to which dinosaur you are tracking. When you put the answers to the clues together, you'll learn what type of dinosaur is close by. When you've figured it out, you'll find the dinosaur and you will encounter it's captor who...

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