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The 11th Hour

The 11th Hour

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

The 11th Hour is the sequel to the widely successful game, The 7th Guest. It utilizes a much improved video compression engine by Graeme Devine and is also the game which brought forth Trilobyte's eventual demise. This time you play the role of Carl Denning, boyfriend to the reporter Robin Morales. Robin has mysteriously vanished while trying to delve into the secrets of the rotting mansion of the once evil mastermind, Henry Stauf. The game features new puzzles, redone graphics and indeed an improved engine - much smoother, with 16 bit graphics and an entirely new soundtrack. The basic...

Aladdin

Aladdin

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

As Aladdin, baffle the guards in the streets of Agrabah. Elude the tempting traps in the Cave of Wonders, and the dangers of the Sultan's Palace. Ride the magic carpet through breathtaking skies. Then challenge the evil Jafar to a duel of swords and magic!

Aladdin

Aladdin

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

The game from Virgin based on the 1992 animated Disney film is a side-scrolling platformer. The player controls Aladdin, who must make his way through several levels based on locations from the movie: from the streets and rooftops of Agrabah, the Cave of Wonders and the Sultan's dungeon to the final confrontation in Grand Vizier Jafar's palace. The Sultan's guards and also animals of the desert want to hinder Aladdin in his way. He can defend himself with his sword or by throwing apples. Next to apples, Aladdin can also collect gems which can be traded for lives and continues with a...

Aladdin

Aladdin

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 1, 1995

HANG ONTO YOUR MAGIC CARPET FOR ACTION AND FUN! Aladdin must slash his mighty scimitar to fight and dash through the city of Agrabah, escape the Sultan's dungeon. survive the fiery Cave of Wonders, snatch the Genie's Lamp and save Princess Jasmine from the evil Jafar in the most magical desert adventure of all time! FEATURES: - Nine levels of magical adventure filled with desert warriors, spitting camels and flying carpets. - Hilarious fun with pants-dropping Palace Guards and dirtwad-spitting camels. - One exciting bonus round that takes you deep into the Genies magical lamp. -...

Aladdin

Aladdin

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

Hang on to your carpet for ACTION and FUN! Aladdin slashes his shining scimitar to fight through Agrabah, escape the Sultan's dungeon, survive the fiery Cave of Wonders, snatch the Genie's Lamp and save Princess Jasmine from the evil Jafar! Aladdin battles thieves and desert warriors, and barely dodges danger on his high-speed carpet. Palace Guards drop their drawers and camels spit dirt wads. Aladdin ping-pongs like a pinball INSIDE the Genie's Lamp!

Apocalypse

Apocalypse

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

In its simplest essence, Apocalypse a helicopter-based shoot 'em up inspired by Choplifter!. You must enter the jungle fortress of an evil dictator and take out his forces single-handedly. Also rescue as many POWs as possible. The levels scroll horizontally, and feature 32-colour multi-level parallax graphics. Enemies include tanks, helicopters, watch-tower patrols and howitzers.

Black Dawn

Black Dawn

Sega Saturn - Released - January 6, 1996

Set in 1998, the player controls a helicopter ace recruited into a black ops counterterrorism strike force named Operation Black Dawn. The player pilots the agile AH-69 Mohawk, an advanced combat helicopter with a powerful arsenal of weaponry. The game consists of seven campaigns that take place in different areas, and each campaign has a number of different missions. In addition to search-and-destroy objectives, there are hostages that require saving. The game has drawn comparisons with Soviet Strike, another helicopter simulator released in the same year. However, Black Dawn resembles an...

Black Dawn

Black Dawn

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1996

Set in 1998, the player controls a helicopter ace recruited into a black ops counterterrorism strike force named Operation Black Dawn. The player pilots the agile AH-69 Mohawk, an advanced combat helicopter with a powerful arsenal of weaponry. The game consists of seven campaigns that take place in different areas, and each campaign has a number of different missions. In addition to search-and-destroy objectives, there are hostages that require saving. The game has drawn comparisons with Soviet Strike, another helicopter simulator released in the same year. However, Black Dawn resembles an...

Creature Shock

Creature Shock

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

The earth is overpopulated and mankind must find a second home. The spaceship Amazon is sent to investigate Saturn and Jupiter for possible colonization. Near the end of its mission, all contact is lost with the ship except for a distress beacon. The player is part of the crew sent to the Amazon's last known location to find out what happened. Creature Shock is a first-person shooter with Full Motion Video and arcade-like elements. Aliens of all sizes and types will try to destroy the team, but each one has a weak point that can be exploited. The fighting takes place on the surface of...

The Daedalus Encounter

The Daedalus Encounter

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

The interstellar war is over, leaving you, a casualty, as a disembodied brain inside a life support system. Your buddies rescue you from the lab so that you can go exploring - scavenging the galaxy for wreckage and artifacts left over from the war. In due course you stumble literally into an alien craft. With your own craft disabled, and the alien ship on a collision course, you must explore it to find out what has gone wrong and to make a course correction. Gameplay consists of conversations with your colleagues (displayed as live action video), animated exploration sequences, as well as...

Demolition Man

Demolition Man

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 1, 1995

Two men enter the future, bringing with them the values of a brutal past. One cop. One criminal. One mission: destroy the other man first! You're John Spartan, freshly dethawed from the San Angeles Cryo-Prison. Armed with shotguns, magnum handguns and grenades, hunt Simon Phoenix through 10 explosive levels from the ravaged Wasteland to the Hall of Violence! BeWell, DEMOLITION MAN... you're the future's only hope!

Disney's The Jungle Book

Disney's The Jungle Book

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Based on the famous animated movie, Walt Disney's The Jungle Book is a platform game where you control Mowgli, the boy who was raised by wild animals deep in the jungles. Your goal is to find the human village so you may you join your kin once again. Mowgli is an athletic individual, and can jump, run, swing on vines or climb them without any problems. Most of the animals he comes upon, however, are inexplicably hostile, so he must defend himself with a variety of thrown weapons, such as bananas and boomerangs. To complete each level, Mowgli must collect a number of crystals (how many...

European Super League

European Super League

Sony Playstation - Released - March 2, 2001

It hasn’t happened yet but Virgin Interactive have taken the plunge and gone for fully licensed team and stadium endorsements glory. Scots will not be happy with VIE’s choice of teams for this title however, as neither of the Glasgow giants has been included in the game. Fact is, there are just 16 teams in European Super League and that’s your lot. No hidden teams or players, none that we’ve been able to find anyhow, and very little in the way of frills. European Super League does have the aforementioned licenses teams and endorsements with recognisable company names, and it has to be said,...

F1 Challenge

F1 Challenge

Sega Saturn - Released - January 1, 1996

F1 Challenge was the only Formula One title released on the SEGA Saturn, giving the player the opportunity to control five authentic Formula One cars and their drivers (Michael Schumacher, Damon Hill, Jean Alesi, Ukyo Katayama and Mika Häkkinen), with the ability to tweak their car before races, ranging from tire pressure, tire type, wing angle, etc. There are six tracks to choose from: Hockenheim, Monte Carlo, Suzuka and three different configurations for a fictional track, Neo City, each with their own hairpin turns and fast straightaways. The player can choose from two behind the car...

Floor 13

Floor 13

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Somewhere in London is a secret organization that is based on the 13th floor of an office building. The sole purpose for this organization’s existence is to keep the current British government in power at any cost - specifically, that means helping the current Prime Minister keep ahead of his competition in the polls. Floor 13 is a management simulation controlled by a menu-based system (similar to Darklands) and is presented in black and white for a film noir feel. Players take the role of the Director General in this secret organization, and are given a target date of 20 days to attend to...

Grand Slam

Grand Slam

Sony Playstation - Released - April 30, 1997

Grand Slam Baseball was an innovative, albeit relatively low-key release from Virgin Interactive Entertainment in 1997. Not known for sports games, VIE released Grand Slam for Windows, Sony Playstation and Sega Saturn as the second title in its attempt to establish a mainstream sports line. The first title in the short-lived line was Power Play Hockey in 1996. The sports line would last only one more title after Grand Slam's release, that being the sequel to the hockey game, also released in 1997. Grand Slam was one of the early adopters of 3D accelerator card technology and also offered...

Grand Slam

Grand Slam

Sega Saturn - Released - 1997

Grand Slam Baseball was an innovative, albeit relatively low-key release from Virgin Interactive Entertainment in 1997. Not known for sports games, VIE released Grand Slam for Windows, Sony Playstation and Sega Saturn as the second title in its attempt to establish a mainstream sports line. The first title in the short-lived line was Power Play Hockey in 1996. The sports line would last only one more title after Grand Slam's release, that being the sequel to the hockey game, also released in 1997. Grand Slam was one of the early adopters of 3D accelerator card technology and also offered...

Hardline

Hardline

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

In the near future become helicopter rescue pilot Ted Irvin, a man with mysterious budding psychic powers as he battles a strange cult called The Sect. An on-rails shooter with light adventure elements.

Hodj 'n' Podj

Hodj 'n' Podj

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

Hodj N' Podj is a series of mini-games that can either be played against the computer or against another player. The game is designed as a computerised board game in which two princes, Hodj and Podj, travel around the country of Po-Poree solving puzzles in an attempt to rescue two princesses Mish and Mosh. There are three game modes, the board game, the individual mini games, or the 'Grand Tour'. Board game mode: The player always controls Hodj, while Podj can be controlled either by the second player or by the computer. In this mode the objective is to locate the kidnapped princesses...

Honkaku Shogi: Fuuunji Ryuuou

Honkaku Shogi: Fuuunji Ryuuou

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1994

Honkaku Shogi: Fuuunji Ryuuou ("Authentic Shogi: Dragon King Soldier of Fortune") is a shogi game for the Super Famicom. It was developed by Aisystem Tokyo and published by the UK company Virgin Interactive. It would be one of two Virgin Interactive games released on the 22th of December in 1994 exclusively in Japan, the first being Battle Jockey. The player can select exhibition and tournament matches against opponents in increasingly difficult games of shogi. The "Dragon King" of the title ("Ryuuou") is also the name of an upgraded rook in shogi.

Hyper 3D Pinball

Hyper 3D Pinball

Sega Saturn - Released - October 31, 1996

Tilt! / Hyper 3D Pinball is a pinball game. The 6 pinballs you can play in the 3D full screen-modus or in the classic 2D scroll-modus. The themes of the pinballs are Science Fiction (Star Quest), Horror (Monster), Racing (Road King), Underworld (Gangster), Fantasy (Myst & Majik) and Fair (Funfair). Every pinball has multi-ball gaming, animations (esp. ball-locks) during the game and intermezzos in the scoring field.

Hyper 3-D Pinball

Hyper 3-D Pinball

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Tilt! is a pinball game. The 6 pinballs you can play in the 3D full screen-modus or in the classic 2D scroll-modus. The themes of the pinballs are Science Fiction (Star Quest), Horror (Monster), Racing (Road King), Underworld (Gangster), Fantasy (Myst & Majik) and Fair (Funfair). Every pinball has multi-ball gaming, animations (esp. ball-locks) during the game and intermezzos in the scoring field.

Ignition

Ignition

MS-DOS - Released - June 15, 1997

Ignition is an action packed racing game viewed from above and slightly behind the player. The cars on offer range from police car and VW Beetle to school bus and truck, each of which has its own strengths and weaknesses - trying to win with the bus, which involves blocking everyone behind the hideously slow vehicle for 3 laps, is perhaps the ultimate challenge. Initially there are 5 tracks available, with practice and single race modes as well as full championship at 3 levels - winning each of the first 2 levels unlocks an extra track. They all have hazards running through them, and...

Ka-50 Hokum

Ka-50 Hokum

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

In this game you are a commander of a Base Ship cruising around Indonesia and a pilot of four helicopters available on it. These helicopters are Kamov Ka-50 Hokum (assault), MIL Mi-8 Hip (assault/transport), Westland Lynx (anti-ship assault/transport), and Bell AH-1 Cobra (assault). You are planning the schedule of your missions and complete them with appropriate helicopter. Planning of missions is based on your previous recce flights. Missions vary from intercept pirate boats, escort ship through pirate waters, and provide air support, to unload battalion of jungle commandos, rescue...

Lands of Lore: Guardians of Destiny

Lands of Lore: Guardians of Destiny

MS-DOS - Released - September 27, 1997

In her quest for power and revenge, the witch Scotia accidentally set into motion the revival of Belial, God of Evil. With her dying breath, Scotia gave her son Luther her mighty powers of shapeshifting, but through an error Luther received the powers in a damaged form: he cannot control when he changes or what he changes into. Things aren't easy for Luther: not only is he cursed with his mother's power, but the people of the Lands are understandably upset with Scotia and will attempt to take their frustration out on her son. With his mother's magic and a little help from the Draracle, an...

The Legend of Kyrandia: Book 3: Malcolm's Revenge

The Legend of Kyrandia: Book 3: Malcolm's Revenge

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Everyone blamed the jester Malcolm for allegedly turning everyone to stone and killing the King and the Queen of Kyrandia. Their son Brandon eventually turned Malcolm himself into stone. However, a thunderbolt strikes the jester, liberating him from his predicament. Now it's his turn to tell the world his version of the truth, whether in his usual mischievous manner or by becoming a nicer person. Malcolm's Revenge is the third entry in the Legend of Kyrandia series and, like its predecessors, an adventure game focusing on inventory-based puzzles. The basic gameplay is similar to the...

The Lion King

The Lion King

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Young Simba just can't wait to be king. His father is the current King of the Savannah and the young prince is able to frolic the lands at will; jumping on and around other subjects of this animal kingdom. When Simba's father, King Mufasa, is killed and his evil brother Scar takes over the kingdom, Simba is banished from the lands of his birthright and has to grow up fast, honing his skills, for the day of his return. The Lion King, based on the famous Disney movie, is a platform game where you control Simba - initially as a young cub, and later as an adult lion. The plot of the game...

Lost Eden

Lost Eden

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Lost Eden is an adventure game set on an eerie planet populated with dinosaurs. Your civilisation is menaced. Armies of Tyranns, led by Moorkus Rex, are gathering around your kingdom. Soon they will swarm in, destroy everything and kill your people. However, there is a single hope. There are legends telling that several hundreds of years ago, men and dinosaurs cooperated to build 5 mighty Citadels that were almost invulnerable to the Tyranns. Today, all the Citadels but one have been destroyed. You play as Adam of Mo, you must rediscover the secret of uniting men and dinosaurs, rebuild...

Manic Karts

Manic Karts

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

Manic Karts is the follow-up to Manic Media's hit game SuperKarts. Different from all-new tracks, improved graphics & sound and familiar gameplay of SuperKarts, probably the biggest offer Manic Karts has is the SVGA resolution along the choice of four classes of kart (you can race in 50cc up to 250). All you have to do in this karting sim is to overtake your competitors using your power-ups and skill and as always make sure that they are behind you...

Nemesis: The Wizardry Adventure

Nemesis: The Wizardry Adventure

MS-DOS - Released - October 6, 1996

The horror that destroyed an entire civilization has returned. It has only one target: you. A New world of Adventure. An ancient evil stalks you. the age-old Nitherin talismans are your only hope. Yet these talismans also contain a ferocious energy, the ultimate power of destruction...Quite possible...yours. Enter Nemesis, a world of mystery, magic and terror. Nemesis invites you into a spectacular world spanning 5 CDs. With stunning 3D graphics that take you into a whole new realm. Responsive, realtime combat. A full stereo soundtrack. Rich digital speech. And an easy to use interface that...

NeoHunter

NeoHunter

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

After a meteor crash causes the separation of California from the rest of the continent, major corporations of the future decide to invest in the decadent state. It's not long before the newly restored California calls for independence. And so is Calia created. The player controls Rick Cage, a good-guy hunter trying to continue the investigation his father left after being murdered. Conspiracies are all around in the rich but decadent state of Calia. The game begins after Senator McAllister, a close friend of Rick's father, is murdered in public. Rick seeks the truth and revenge, and must...

NHL Powerplay '96

NHL Powerplay '96

Sega Saturn - Released - May 27, 1997

An early competitor to the EA Sports NHL series, NHL Powerplay '96 features motion-captured players, an NHL Player’s Association license, a variety of managerial options, and the ability to play seasons and tournaments. It is the first NHL game to include a World Tournament mode in which the NHL players can compete against each other on their respective national teams. In a time where developers tried to get the most from 32-bit consoles, leading to the "unlimited camera angles" blurb on many games, NHL Powerplay stuck with the one most people used, the overhead "behind the goal" view,...

NHL Powerplay 98

NHL Powerplay 98

Sony Playstation - Released - August 31, 1997

NHL Powerplay 98 is a hockey game where the player can control a team of his choice to bring it to victory and glory. The game modes are the typical genre choices: Either a whole NHL season, the NHL playoffs or a league with 15 national teams. The team logos and player names are official licensed but in contrast to NHL 98 it uses the data from 1996/1997. The gameplay itself is more action oriented than a simulation and uses several shooting and pass variations which are activated with more or less complicated key combinations. Six camera angles and a instant replay feature complement the TV...

Oddballz: Your Wacky Computer Petz

Oddballz: Your Wacky Computer Petz

Windows 3.X - Released - 1996

Oddballz is a spin-off from the Catz and Dogz series, from P.F. Magic. This time, as the title states, the pets are wacky creatures, more alien-like than animal. Now they can make their eyes come out of their sockets and literally scare them to pieces, while retaining a comic look and feel (something impossible while dealing with Dogz or Catz).

Pandemonium 2

Pandemonium 2

Windows - Released - September 30, 1997

The year of Cheese has arrived and with it, the advent of the Comet of Infinite Possibilities as foretold by the great prophet, Nosewasinit. The young sorceress Nikki decides it would be much easier to steal the source of the comet’s power instead of devoting herself to dull and dreary studies. Along with her friend Fargus and his sidekick Sid (who really knows how to stick around), the trio goes off to find the comet. They won’t be the only ones racing for the comet as the evil Goon Queen has set her sights on the comet as well. The race for power is on! Featuring 2.5D platforming...

Pray For Death

Pray For Death

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

This is one of the few fighting games that follows the Killer Instinct school of fighting, that is: lots of eye candy, techno soundtrack and combo moves that allow you to string together dozens of hits.Storywise the game puts you in the shoes of a deceased character among a gallery of several equally dead characters competing in hell on a tournament sponsored by Lucifer himself with the grand prize being to return to the mortal plane.The characters include the standard amount of "real" martial artists like the Bruce Lee clone and the dominatrix, as well as some fantasy characters like demons,...

Reach for the Skies

Reach for the Skies

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Reach for the Skies is a combat flight sim focused on WWII's famous "Battle of Britain", splitting the battle into four stages and giving you the option to take part for either the Royal Air Force or the German Luftwaffe. As well as piloting a plane, you can also take on Controller duties, of planning which planes to deploy where on each day, trying to minimise losses. Eight planes are simulated, from Hurricanes and Spitfires to Ju88s and BF110s, each with their own cockpit displays and characteristics. When playing as the Germans, protecting the fragile and slow Ju88 bombers is crucial....

Scorched Planet

Scorched Planet

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

In Scorched Planet the player takes the role of Commander Alex Gibson who has to defend the earth colony Dator 5 from alien invaders. He uses a combat vehicle which is a hybrid between a heavy armed aircraft and a heavy armed tank. It can always drive but needs fuel for flying. But the main aspect isn't just to kill the aliens. On every continent are settlers who have to be evacuated. The locations of these people are marked on the map, and when landing near them the player takes them in his vehicle and flies to a dimension gate to rescue them. But there is a maximum of five people per...

Scrabble: The Deluxe Computer Edition

Scrabble: The Deluxe Computer Edition

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Scrabble: Deluxe Edition is the first Scrabble game to hit the computer. Pick 7 tiles and form words for points! Play against a friend or the computer (with 9 levels of play).

Screamer

Screamer

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Screamer is a traditional arcade racing game. The player can drive many different cars such as a Corvette, a Porsche 911, and others. The game has varied tracks, all of which are available in backwards mode. Players can take on the Bullet car for the ultimate championship race.

Screamer 2

Screamer 2

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

The follow-up to Screamer is an arcade-style racing game. Unlike its predecessor, it offers a more rally-oriented gameplay. The twelve selectable high-performance road cars of the previous game have been replaced with four rally cars. The game features an improved graphics engine (SVGA) and various tracks including England, Switzerland, Egypt, Colombia, and others. These tracks may be slippery or contain various obstacles and scenery objects such as birds, helicopters, cows, etc. Split-screen head-to-head competitive two-player mode is available.

Screamer Rally

Screamer Rally

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

Screamer Rally is a follow-up to Screamer 2. Like its predecessor, it is a rally-style arcade racing game. The player can choose among four different rally cars (two front tractions and two 4x4), each with different parameters such as acceleration, braking, and weight. Handling, tire type and pressure, front and rear suspensions, and brakes can be customized in a garage. The game contains seven tracks located in different countries (such as China, Canada, Italy, etc.), pitting the player against five opponents. The tracks may contain obstacles and hazards such as holes on the roads, bumps,...

Shogi Sanmai

Shogi Sanmai

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1995

Shogi Sanmai ("Shogi Samadhi", where Samadhi is a yoga/Hindu/Buddhist term referring to a state of focus through meditative trance) is a shogi game for the Super Famicom. It features multiple "instance puzzles" where the player is given a limited number of pieces with which to checkmate their opponent. Each of these instances sets up the board in a specific way, giving the player specific pieces to place. The game also has standard shogi modes for players wishing to compete against a CPU opponent.

Snoopy's Campfire Stories

Snoopy's Campfire Stories

Windows - Released - 1996

This is a game for young children and fans of Charlie Brown & the Snoopy gang. In this game the whole gang sits around a Campfire and shares their story with each other. Afterwards they write a letter about the whole day at the camp. You will play 5 different characters from Peanuts gang with their own storyline and activities like cooking, fishing, photography etc. The game is more targeted for kids and young gamers and emphasizing more towards "letter writing" and "communication skills".

Subspace

Subspace

Windows - January 1, 1997

Choose from 8 ships, each with different handling and weaponry characteristics. Fly with up to 250 other players simultaneously, fighting for points, a good win/loss ratio, and the respect of your peers. Subspace is divided into "Zones" which provide different game types. You can join in on these games at any time. Some zones run "Capture the Flag" style games, others "Soccer" style, where players must compete over a ball, with their object to reach 10 goals for their team first. The most popular variant, however, is "Chaos", where literally anything goes. Kill or be killed. Offering...

SuperKarts

SuperKarts

MS-DOS - Released - April 1, 1995

SuperKarts is a fun arcade Go Kart racing game that features 16 tracks. The sequel is Manic Karts. If you're tired of all those technical racing games, try this: just drive and steer. You can also get numerous power-ups and upgrade your kart, such as Turbo, Oil and Grip.

The Tone Rebellion

The Tone Rebellion

Windows - March 27, 1997

The Floaters are a peaceful race of creatures who exist in their own world, drawing energy and magical power from a mysterious liquid known as the Tone. One day, an evil being called the Leviathan appeared in their world. His minions began draining the Tone pools. The Leviathan destroyed the civilization of the Floaters and split their world into several smaller ones. The surviving Floaters continued to exist, separated from each other, in these new worlds, eventually evolving into four different races. Now, the time for rebellion has come. The Floaters must join forces and destroy Leviathan...

Toonstruck

Toonstruck

MS-DOS - Released - November 4, 1996

Toonstruck is a point-and-click adventure in the style of Monkey Island. It uses a one-icon system, and the protagonist is a motion-captured actor against an animated environment. Like an adventure game in the Roger Rabbit style. Drew Blanc, the main character, is played by Christopher Lloyd, whom you may know as the professor in Back to the Future and Fester in The Addams Family movies. He ventures through the animated world consisting of very weird cartoon characters. The land is being overrun by an evil doctor, and you, as Drew, must stop him.

Z

Z

MS-DOS - Released - July 1, 1996

is... a real-time wargame in a totally free environment, unhampered by discrete turns or dull hex grids. A hair-raising race for territory and resources as you attempt to crush your opponent completely before he overpowers you. An intuitive control interface - no need to wade through a large and boring manual, just pick up and play. Super smooth multidirectional scrolling. Twenty challenging levels played over five deadly planets each with a unique terrain ranging from frozen Arctic wastes to nightmarish lands of fire and lava. Z has... robot soldiers with individual personalities which...

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