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9: The Last Resort

9: The Last Resort

Windows 3.X - Released - September 30, 1996

9: The Last Resort is a surreal point-and-click adventure game in which you have just inherited a large mansion and have to get rid of the 9 evil muses that have taken it over. The gameplay is first person view and similar to Myst which means you spend most of your time searching for clues and solving logic puzzles, often mechanical or musical ones. Later in the game you also have to solve a shooting gallery sequence.It is most notable for involving some of the most famous people ever in a computer game including Robert De Niro, Cher, James Belushi, Christopher Reeve and a couple of guys out...

Bedlam

Bedlam

Sony Playstation - Released - April 7, 1997

A fast paced action game where you run around a machine-gun wielding robot destroying everything in your path. There is a multitude of enemies and you can destroy almost every single thing on the map (buildings, vehicles, etc.). The reason for all this destruction is a revolution led by the robots against their human masters.

Bedlam

Bedlam

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

A fast paced action game where you run around a machine-gun wielding robot destroying everything in your path. There is a multitude of enemies and you can destroy almost every single thing on the map (buildings, vehicles, etc.). The reason for all this destruction is a revolution led by the robots against their human masters.

Bedlam 2: Absolute Bedlam

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

It is half a year after the happenings in Bedlam where Major Kern defeated evil biomechs. Now they are back under the name Biomex and have important facilities under their control. Of course this has the consequence that the player uses Major Kern's combat robot to kill them all. Bedlam 2: Absolute Bedlam is an isometric shooter where the player basically explores big levels and shoots everything on his way. The controls are not too complicated: left mouse click to move and right click to fire. When enemies are killed they leave extras behind like ammo, shield energy or money. The money is...

Blood: Plasma Pak

Blood: Plasma Pak

MS-DOS - DLC - October 15, 1997

The official level pack from Monolith for the horror shooter Blood. Blood: Plasma Pak adds 13 levels, seven new monsters, and some additional firing modes for the existing weapons.

DBZ: Dead Ball Zone

DBZ: Dead Ball Zone

Sony Playstation - Released - September 1, 1998

This high speed futuristic sports game pits two teams of armed psychotics against each other in a brutal (and lethal) fight to launch a ball into the opponents net over, around, or through the opponent. Players are armed with a variety of weapons (chainsaws, grenades, machine guns, etc...) and a full range of unarmed combat moves (including the good old-fashioned crotch kick) all of which can be used to defend the goal but remember, the best defense is a good offense. DBZ also has many of the features you would expect from a typical sports game including player development, league and...

Death Rally

Death Rally

MS-DOS - Released - September 6, 1996

Death Rally is a top-down racing game where the player can rely on more than speed to be the number one, and brains must be riding along brawn to get the most from each race. Starting with only $495 and a lowly car, the player must compete in one of three races (picked from 19 tracks) with increasingly difficult opponents but higher rewards, getting enough money to buy new cars, choosing from six models, and enhance them with one to four upgrades for engine (increase top speed), tires (improve traction, allowing to drift less on turns) and armor (reduces the damage caused by opponents,...

Death Rally

Death Rally

Windows - Released - September 6, 1996

Death Rally is a top-down racing game where the player can rely on more than speed to be the number one, and brains must be riding along brawn to get the most from each race. Starting with only $495 and a lowly car, the player must compete in one of three races (picked from 19 tracks) with increasingly difficult opponents but higher rewards, getting enough money to buy new cars, choosing from six models, and enhance them with one to four upgrades for engine (increase top speed), tires (improve traction, allowing to drift less on turns) and armor (reduces the damage caused by opponents, mines...

Disciples: Sacred Lands

Disciples: Sacred Lands

Windows - 1999

The Sacred lands are split between three races, each with their problems, and at odds with their Gods. After thousands of years locked away in the tumultuous world that he helped create, the powerful devil Bethrezen has a chance to escape his punishment by laying waste to the land. Along with his twisted Army of the Damned, he seeks to wipe away the mistakes of his earlier creation and recreate the planet in his own image. His former people, the strong human races that develop the Empire who live for peace, are the only things that stand in his way. The Mountain Clans, Dwarven followers of...

Doom II

Doom II

Apple Mac OS - Released - June 27, 1995

In this sequel to the original DOOM, the protagonist is still the same hero - the last remaining space marine. After having single-handedly saved Mars from demonic threat, he returns to Earth, only to find out that the demons have already invaded it, killed most of its inhabitants or possessed them. It's his task to bring down the force field around the last operational star port to allow the remnants of mankind to escape to the stars. DOOM II looks and plays very similarly to its predecessor, utilizing the same 3D graphical engine with 2D sprites for enemies. The gameplay once again...

Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition

Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

The Atomic Edition of Duke Nukem 3D contains the three original episodes of the main game, the Plutonium Pak expansion, and many additional features like Windows themes, screensavers, jigsaw puzzles and an image carousel.

Duke Nukem's Penthouse Paradise

MS-DOS - DLC - May 1, 1997

Duke Nukem's Penthouse Paradise is an official add-on level for Duke Nukem 3D, available exclusively from GT Interactive and Penthouse Magazine. Taking place between Duke Nukem 3D and the Plutonium Pak, aliens interrupt Duke's vacation and a couple of Penthouse photo shoots. Duke has to fight his way through a hotel, clubs and finally the Penthouse offices.

Ice & Fire

Ice & Fire

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

Fly a spaceship around pre-arranged paths to enter areas where you dismount and take on aliens in a first person shooter using weapons based on ice and fire.

Imperium Galactica

Imperium Galactica

MS-DOS - Released - March 3, 1997

Imperium Galactica is set sometime during the fourth millennium and you, as a human, must rebuild the Human Empire. You start out as a young lieutenant and are given a series of missions to complete. You then advance to the next rank and are given more ships to control and more available commands, but you have more area of the universe to police and more colonies. This continues until you reach the rank of Grand Admiral, where you are able to view the whole map. When you are in command of a region, you must worry about its economy. Ensure that taxes are collected and that the people are...

Jeff Wayne's The War of the Worlds

Jeff Wayne's The War of the Worlds

Windows - 1998

The game based on Jeff Wayne's musical play and the classic science fiction novel by H.G. Wells. it is the year 1898 and the Martian have escaped from their dying homeworld to conquer the Earth and take its resources - and the blood of its inhabitants. Take either side in this epic real-time strategy game. You can play as the Martians with their superior technology and powerful but expensive war machines in their campaign to take over Great Britain and the rest of the world. Or play as the weaker but more numerous Humans to turn back the alien onslaught before their fiendish plans can be...

Kingdom O' Magic

Kingdom O' Magic

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

Kingdom O' Magic is a fantasy adventure game spoof - along the lines of Zork but with British humour. Play as either an unintelligible Green Lizard Guy (use subtitles) or the token female - who was intended to be humorously overproportioned although now Tomb Raider has raised the standard. The designers intended for the game to be non-linear, and many NPCs wander around the entire map getting into fights with each other. Entirely comedic - the troubleshooting guide in the manual discusses sexual malfunction. The dialogue trees encourage the player to be abrasive and confrontational - not...

Locus

Locus

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Locus is a virtual reality sports game where you race at break-neck speed through the unimaginable geometries that compose the Locus arenas. With next gen 32-bit game engine and first-person fast game action you make your way though 12 challenging levels, using laser weapons and gadgets. Surrounded by Gouraudshaded graphics, digital and MIDI music and specialized sound effects, you must score against two opposing teams in a game of cut-throat elimination.

Mageslayer

Mageslayer

Windows - Released - September 24, 1997

A millennium has passed since the stronger Mageslayer clans betrayed Lord Thane and the Clan of Knowledge. Now Lord Thane is ready to take revenge on the clans that refused to help him against the mages. He's gathered the relics of the StarStone and placed them under the protection of his minions. But his enemies have joined forces and sent the best warrior of each of the four remaining clans to fight back. In this top-down 3D action game you play the role of any of the warriors chosen among the remaining clans.

Mercer Mayer's Just Me and My Dad

Mercer Mayer's Just Me and My Dad

Windows - June 18, 1998

Mercer Mayer's Just Me and My Grandpa

Mercer Mayer's Just Me and My Grandpa

Windows - 1998

Little Critter's down on the farm, doing what he does best - having fun, causing mischief and exploring the world. When Grandpa says he can't go fishing until he's finished his chores, Little Critter decides to pitch in... with hilarious results. From the farmhouse to the chicken coop, from the pig pen to the cornfield, Little Critter more than lives up to his name. And while he's having fun, children are sharpening their memory, reading and spelling skills, and learning about shearing sheep, making hay and milking cows... all filled with Grandpa's wit and wisdom and Mercer Mayer's trademark...

Mercer Mayer's Just Me and My Mom

Mercer Mayer's Just Me and My Mom

Windows - November 24, 1999

Hop on the train and head to the city with Little Critter, his mom and Frog. Get ready for the time of your life! Visit the museum and watch the dinosaurs rap. Join Little Critter as he tours the aquarium, art museum, fancy restaurant and department store-and makes all these places his personal playground! Filled with so much fun and pleasant surprises, Just Me and My Mom is one exciting adventure in which all kids will love to share!

Mortal Kombat Trilogy

Mortal Kombat Trilogy

MS-DOS - Released - August 31, 1997

All the characters from the first three Mortal Kombat games return for the ultimate battle. You can play as Kano, Reptile, Mileena, Kung Lao, Shang Tsung, Sindel, Sketor, Stryker, Nightwolf, Sheeva, Kitana, Scorpion, Sonya, Smoke (Cyber Ninja), Rain, Jade, Baraka, Johnny Cage, Ermac, Noob Saibot, Sub-Zero (Unmasked), Sub-Zero (Classic), Jax, Rayden, Cyrax, Liu Kang, Smoke (Human), Kabal, Goro, Kintaro, Motaro, or Shao Kahn. This game is one-on-one martial arts fighting. The player can choose from over thirty different characters, all with their own fighting style and their own special...

NAM

NAM

MS-DOS - Released - July 1, 1998

The year is 1966, shortly after USA deployed its troops to participate in the Vietnam War. Alan "The Bear" Westmoreland, a Marine Corps sergeant, is sent behind the enemy lines. He is known for his high endurance, achieved by ingesting various stimulants. As long as these drugs keep him going, the Bear isn't afraid of danger, and is used by his superiors for missions with overwhelming odds. The raid turns into total warfare; with only a small team at his side, the Sergeant will have to do everything he is capable of in order to survive. NAM is a military-themed first-person shooter that...

Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee

Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

Abe is a Mudokon, a member of a once prosperous race which has now been enslaved by the Glukkons, forced to work in their huge corporations. The food factories have found a new type of meat, delicious to all the inhabitants, though no one knows the recipe. Following his stomach, Abe eavesdrops on the corporate leaders' conversation, and makes the most frightening and disgusting discovery: his own race is that secret delicious food. Alas, Abe has been spotted, and the guards are marching towards him. He must escape, but he can't leave his friends to the mercy of the Glukkons and their...

Pocahontas

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Pocahontas is a side-scrolling platformer based on the Native American Indian later made famous in a Disney movie by the same name. The player alternates between Pocahontas and John Smith to complete seven missions. In levels one, two and four, Pocahontas needs to collect feathers for a Shaman woman to receive magic cards, travel through the forest while avoiding the spirit beat, and shake off a boy who chases her to prevent her from reaching the white man's camp respectively. John Smith is playable in the levels three, five and six. In the third level the American explorer needs to shoot...

Rebel Moon Rising

Windows - Released - 1997

Rebel Moon Rising is a sequel to Rebel Moon. It is a first person shooter where the player takes on the role of a rebel colonist on the moon fighting against the oppressive UN forces from Earth. In Rebel Moon, the player is thrown into a conflict between the self-proclaimed Lunar Free State (also known as Free State Selena) and the United Nations of Earth who seek to quell the rebellion and bring back the colonies on the Moon under control. Declaring the colonists "terrorists", the UN deploy their ATFOR (Anti-Terrorism Force) units which comprise the main enemies of the game. As the war for...

Shadow Warrior

Shadow Warrior

MS-DOS - Released - May 13, 1997

Lo Wang. Master ninja assassin for 20 years. A Shadow Warrior. Shadow warriors are the best of the best, and Lo Wang was the best of the Shadow warriors. Every top company in Japan had a shadow warrior... a protector, a negotiator, a cleaner. Lo Wang worked for Zilla Enterprises, a conglomerate with control in every major industry. Too much control. Power corrupts, and Master Zilla's corporation was corrupted to the core. Lo Wang discovered Master Zilla's demonic scheme to rule Japan, using creatures summoned from the dark side. A man of honor, Lo Wang quit. But one as powerful...

The Smelly Mystery

The Smelly Mystery

Windows - Released - 1997

The Smelly Mystery is a game using Mercer Mayer's "Little Monster Private Eye" license. One night during a sleepover at Yally Yallapaphous's house, the usual gang of Little Laff, Ickky, Jerry Bombanat, Errg, Yally and Little Monster are having fun. However at night the smells of the food in Yally's refrigerator are switched around with each other. Shortly afterwards, the smells of all of Monsterville have been switched. Clearly there is something strange afoot. Little Monster and his assistant, Detective Kerploppus will need to discover the true identity of the evil smell switcher, and stop...

SPQR: The Empire's Darkest Hour

SPQR: The Empire's Darkest Hour

Windows 3.X - Released - 1996

SPQR is a point-and-click Myst-style game set in Ancient Rome. Journal entries, newspaper articles, and various puzzles must be dealt with as the player unravels a conspiracy which threatens the Empire.

Star Command: Revolution

Star Command: Revolution

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

Real-time strategy in space. Play as one of four different races. Do the normal RTS thing; collect resources, build up a powerful military, and crush everyone else.

Theatre of Pain

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

Theatre of Pain is a Mortal Kombat-esque fighting game featuring characters and settings drawn from Roman history and mythology. It features high-resolution SVGA rendered sprites and backgrounds, as did Mirage's previous fighting game, Rise Of The Robots. It uses a six-button layout, with weak, medium, and strong punches/slashes and kicks. There are both single and two-player modes.

Trash It

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

Trash It is an arcade action game where player(s) have to destroy buildings with a gigantic hammers. As a player, you take a role of construction worker who has only one mission: To smash everything to bits. Pieces are flying and houses falling as players hack their way through levels and earning points as they go.

Trash It

Trash It

Sony Playstation - Released - July 10, 1997

Trash It is an arcade action game where player(s) have to destroy buildings with a gigantic hammers. As a player, you take a role of construction worker who has only one mission: To smash everything to bits. Pieces are flying and houses falling as players hack their way through levels and earning points as they go.

Trash It

Trash It

Sega Saturn - Released - 1997

Trash It is an arcade action game where player(s) have to destroy buildings with a gigantic hammers. As a player, you take a role of construction worker who has only one mission: To smash everything to bits. Pieces are flying and houses falling as players hack their way through levels and earning points as they go.

The Ultimate Doom

The Ultimate Doom

Apple Mac OS - Released - 1995

Demons from Hell have overrun the planet, and you are the brave space marine who is forced to defeat them and send them back to where they came from. Ultimate DOOM is a full copy of DOOM with an additional fourth episode, titled Thy Flesh Consumed, which offers nine levels of more demon-slaying and bigger challenges.

Ultimate Pinball

Ultimate Pinball

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

Ultimate Pinball is an arcade-style pinball game. The game is almost identical in style to the pinball games by 21st Century Entertainment, such as Pinball Dreams. It includes six different pinball tables to play, all based on generic ideas such as sports, horror, Egypt, space, pirates, and the American west. The game features smooth scrolling, digitized sound, and local multiplayer capabilities.

World War II GI

World War II GI

MS-DOS - Released - March 1, 1999

World War II GI is a first-person shooter that takes players back to D-Day and the Normandy invasion. The player takes control of a G.I. ("galvanized iron", referring to a soldier in the US military), sent in to wipe out scores of Wehrmacht and SS soldiers. Missions take the player through the D-Day beach landings, assaults on equipment depots, and other set pieces. This game is based on the Build engine, with 3D environments and 2D character sprites. It shares many gameplay elements with NAM, created by the same developers.

ZPC

ZPC

Windows - Released - 1996

You play a sort of god-king who has been roused from suspended animation to deal with an evil sect who has taken over the planet and is killing your followers. Includes music by the industrial band the Revolting Cocks, and art by underground artist Aidan (KMFDM) Hughes.

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