Software 2000

Archibald Applebrook's Abenteuer

Archibald Applebrook's Abenteuer

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

You control Archibald Applebrook, a Scottish man who works in a library and is bored of his job. All day he dreams of exciting adventures, what drives his boss crazy. Through luck you get a book in your hands which describes intriguing happenings on an expedition. This diary is the starting point of your adventure, which sends you all around the world. Archibald Applebrook's Abenteuer is a comic adventure with a very simple interface. If you click with the right mouse button on a hotspot you will open a small menu that lets you choose between various actions. In some situations, you can...

Build It!: Das Bauhaus

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

In Build-It: Das Bauhaus, the player takes the role of Joey, the construction worker. He won in the lottery, is rich and wants to fulfill his wish for his own house. However, he does not use his money to hire help, but does everything himself. This is a tile matching puzzle game. In every one-screen level, there is a number of squares which are divided into two differently-colored triangles. Joey needs to pick those squares up and create a new square of the same color in order to make the four blocks disappear. He can also turn a block on the spot. The goal of each level is to create a certain...

Build-It: Das Bauhaus

Build-It: Das Bauhaus

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

In Build-It: Das Bauhaus, the player takes the role of Joey, the construction worker. He won in the lottery, is rich and wants to fulfill his wish for his own house. However, he does not use his money to hire help, but does everything himself. This is a tile matching puzzle game. In every one-screen level, there is a number of squares which are divided into two differently-colored triangles. Joey needs to pick those squares up and create a new square of the same color in order to make the four blocks disappear. He can also turn a block on the spot. The goal of each level is to create a...

Bundesliga Manager

Bundesliga Manager

Atari ST - 1991

Bundesliga Manager is a managerial simulator for a team in the top three German football leagues (Bundesliga, Zweite Liga or Regionalliga). The game contains the real player and team names of that time. The player can handle most of the relevant aspects of a soccer team both economic and sport-wise. The user has to trade players, organize the training, handle the team's line-ups and tactics, negotiate contracts with players and sponsors, and expand the team's stadium. The player follows his team's games as a small white dot moving horizontally over a green rectangle, simulating a ball...

Bundesliga Manager

Bundesliga Manager

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Bundesliga Manager is a managerial simulator for a team in the top three German football leagues (Bundesliga, Zweite Liga or Regionalliga). The game contains the real player and team names of that time. The player can handle most of the relevant aspects of a soccer team both economic and sport-wise. The user has to trade players, organize the training, handle the team's line-ups and tactics, negotiate contracts with players and sponsors, and expand the team's stadium. The player follows his team's games as a small white dot moving horizontally over a green rectangle, simulating a ball...

Bundesliga Manager

Bundesliga Manager

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Bundesliga Manager is a managerial simulator for a team in the top three German football leagues (Bundesliga, Zweite Liga or Regionalliga). The game contains the real player and team names of that time. The player can handle most of the relevant aspects of a soccer team both economic and sport-wise. The user has to trade players, organize the training, handle the team's line-ups and tactics, negotiate contracts with players and sponsors, and expand the team's stadium. The player follows his team's games as a small white dot moving horizontally over a green rectangle, simulating a ball moving...

Bundesliga Manager

Bundesliga Manager

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Bundesliga Manager is a managerial simulator for a team in the top three German football leagues (Bundesliga, Zweite Liga or Regionalliga). The game contains the real player and team names of that time. The player can handle most of the relevant aspects of a soccer team both economic and sport-wise. The user has to trade players, organize the training, handle the team's line-ups and tactics, negotiate contracts with players and sponsors, and expand the team's stadium. The player follows his team's games as a small white dot moving horizontally over a green rectangle, simulating a ball...

Bundesliga Manager Hattrick

Bundesliga Manager Hattrick

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

Bundesliga Manager Hattrick is a German football (soccer) management simulation and the sequel to Bundesliga Manager Professional. It was also released in English under the name Football Ltd. The player or players (up to four) take the reigns of their favourite teams and try to lead them to both sportive and economical success.

Bundesliga Manager Professional

Bundesliga Manager Professional

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

You pick your favorite football (soccer) team and start from the lowest league in this game (3rd tier) to lead the team to glory & trophies. Bundesliga Manager Professional is a managerial simulator of soccer. The game simulates the German Bundesliga (first, second and third division) and the German league cup (DfB-Pokal). The teams and players have real names (season 1990). An English version was released named "The Manager". The game is the second installment in the series and the successor of "Bundesliga Manager".

Bundesliga Manager Professional

Bundesliga Manager Professional

MS-DOS - Released - April 1, 1991

Your favorite soccer team is in the third class, has no money and no future? Take the job as a manager and lead your team in the first division. Bundesliga Manager Professional is a managerial simulator of soccer. The game simulates the German Bundesliga (first, second and third division) and the German league cup (DFB-Pokal). The teams and players has real names (season 1990). Up to 4 players can take part. You can transfer players, rise your stadium, deal for advertising, train your players. The tactics of your team can be set very individual on a small playing field. Also included...

Bundesliga Manager Professional

Bundesliga Manager Professional

Atari ST - Released - 1991

Your favorite soccer team is in the third class, has no money and no future? Take the job as a manager and lead your team in the first division. Bundesliga Manager Professional is a managerial simulator of soccer. The game simulates the German Bundesliga (first, second and third division) and the German league cup (DFB-Pokal). The teams and players has real names (season 1990). Up to 4 players can take part. You can transfer players, rise your stadium, deal for advertising, train your players. The tactics of your team can be set very individual on a small playing field. Also included are...

Century

Century

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Century is based on the physical puzzle games in which a ball has to guided through a labyrinth by tilting the board. The basic principle of this game is identical and the tilting is simulated by moving the mouse in the appropriate direction. The player has to navigate the ball through the maze, collect a number of symbols and in the end bring the ball back to the starting position. If the ball falls in a hole, a life is lost.

Christoph Kolumbus

Christoph Kolumbus

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

Christoph Kolumbus is a strategy-simulation game set during the Age of Sail. From the time of Vasco da Gama and Columbus (the late 1400s) to the French Revolution (1789), you are put in charge of a nation's imperial destiny. This means financing voyages, assembling crews, sending out land and sea expeditions, founding colonies, and occasionally engaging other European powers for global dominance. The game may seem familiar to players of Civilization, Colonization, Conquest of the New World, Gold of the Americas, and even Sid Meier's Pirates!, as they borrow from exploration and cover a...

Cubulus

Cubulus

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

How do you make an interesting computer game out of the venerable Rubik's Cube concept? According to cult programmer Tobias Richter, you view it from the top with all sides displayed, and allow the player to choose the number of sides, from 4 to 25. A large number of different starting arrangements are offered, grouped by difficulty. Rather than having a level-based progression, you can choose any of these from the start. A number of different tunes are provided, written by Team 17 cohort Bjørn Lynne.

Cubulus

Cubulus

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

How do you make an interesting computer game out of the venerable Rubik's Cube concept? According to cult programmer Tobias Richter, you view it from the top with all sides displayed, and allow the player to choose the number of sides, from 4 to 25. A large number of different starting arrangements are offered, grouped by difficulty. Rather than having a level-based progression, you can choose any of these from the start. A number of different tunes are provided, written by Team 17 cohort Bjørn Lynne.

Cubulus

Cubulus

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

How do you make an interesting computer game out of the venerable Rubik's Cube concept? According to cult programmer Tobias Richter, you view it from the top with all sides displayed, and allow the player to choose the number of sides, from 4 to 25. A large number of different starting arrangements are offered, grouped by difficulty. Rather than having a level-based progression, you can choose any of these from the start. A number of different tunes are provided, written by Team 17 cohort Bjørn Lynne.

Cubulus & Magic Serpent

Cubulus & Magic Serpent

Commodore CDTV - Released - 1991

Cubulus: How do you make an interesting computer game out of the venerable Rubik's Cube concept? According to cult programmer Tobias Richter, you view it from the top with all sides displayed, and allow the player to choose the number of sides, from 4 to 25. A large number of different starting arrangements are offered, grouped by difficulty. Rather than having a level-based progression, you can choose any of these from the start. A number of different tunes are provided, written by Team 17 cohort Bjørn Lynne. Magic Serpent: Magic Serpent is a Snake variant. The player controls a...

Das Stundenglas

Das Stundenglas

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Das Stundenglas (“The hourglass”) is the first of three interactive fiction games by German developer Weltenschmiede (the others being Die Kathedrale and Hexuma - Das Auge des Kal). It is entirely in German. Upon jumping into a mysterious chest, you arrive in a beautiful fairy-tale world. Yet the serenity is spoiled: the enchanted hourglass that controls the flow of time is lost, and the world has been split into two realities. Both planes are the very same land, but certain buildings and people exist only in one of the two zones. On your quest to reclaim the missing artefact, you will have...

Das Stundenglas

Das Stundenglas

MS-DOS

Das Stundenglas (“The hourglass”) is the first of three interactive fiction games by German developer Weltenschmiede (the others being Die Kathedrale and Hexuma - Das Auge des Kal). It is entirely in German. Upon jumping into a mysterious chest, you arrive in a beautiful fairy-tale world. Yet the serenity is spoiled: the enchanted hourglass that controls the flow of time is lost, and the world has been split into two realities. Both planes are the very same land, but certain buildings and people exist only in one of the two zones. On your quest to reclaim the missing artefact, you will have...

Death or Glory: Das Erbe von Morgan

Death or Glory: Das Erbe von Morgan

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

Death or Glory: Das Erbe von Morgan (The Battle of Morgan) is an interactive, multi-optional, turn-based strategy game with role playing elements. There are 16 ingame-levels, 4096 square area with different landscapes, use of fight abilities or optional magic power, five different difficulty levels, an option for semi-automatic moves, and more than a dozen magical spells. Gather experience by winning fights to build up your character in AD&D-style.

Der Reeder

Der Reeder

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1995

You have to build up a trading company in this game. The only way of transport available is by ship. There are 100 harbours wih 32 different goods available. You can design you own ships when you've got enough money for it. But be patient on spending it, a little storm can cost you your existence if you're playing without thinking. Also other happenings like UN-embargos, quarantines or fees for menacing the nature can take effect of your business.

Der Schatz im Silbersee

Der Schatz im Silbersee

MS-DOS - December 1, 1993

Der Schatz im Silbersee is a graphic adventure game with an icon-based point-and-click interface. Based on the novel Der Schatz im Silbersee by German author Karl May, this game let’s you join the wild west adventurers Old Firehand, chief Winnetou and Tante Droll on their way up the Arkansas River, through Utah to the Rocky Mountains. They’re searching for the famous treasure in Silver Lake, but they’re not the only ones: the unscrupulous Red Colonel and his band of tramps aren’t exactly eager to share... You take control of Old Firehand, performing actions with a set of only three basic...

Die Kathedrale

Die Kathedrale

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Die Kathedrale is German interactive fiction with graphics. The second of three German text adventure games by developer Weltenschmiede, Die Kathedrale ("The Cathedral") confronts you with a mystery centuries old and fiendishly dangerous -- located in a majestic cathedral. By bad luck, you have been locked in the fictional cathedral of St. Peter, an impressive architectural masterpiece that has a disturbing history of inquisition and dark secrets. Even worse, a set of ancient documents tells you that you have but three days to find and disarm 15 devilish mechanisms that the medieval...

Die Stadt der Loewen

Die Stadt der Loewen

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1989

Stadt der Löwen (City of Lions) is a follow-up to the first so-called Artventure game by Phoenics and Software 2000, Holiday Maker. A woman named Christine travels to the Orient. She stays in Singapore, enjoying the city life, its inhabitants, and the Asian culture. However, soon this relaxing trip turns into a nightmare. A mysterious force is threatening Singapore, and it is up to you to find out what is behind it and to solve the mystery, that will take you across many locations of the Orient. Like its predecessor, Stadt der Löwen features digitized pictures of live actors and real...

Die Stadt der Löwen

Die Stadt der Löwen

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Stadt der Löwen (City of Lions) is a follow-up to the first so-called Artventure game by Phoenics and Software 2000, Holiday Maker. A woman named Christine travels to the Orient. She stays in Singapore, enjoying the city life, its inhabitants, and the Asian culture. However, soon this relaxing trip turns into a nightmare. A mysterious force is threatening Singapore, and it is up to you to find out what is behind it and to solve the mystery, that will take you across many locations of the Orient. Like its predecessor, Stadt der Löwen features digitized pictures of live actors and real...

Die Stadt der Löwen

Die Stadt der Löwen

Commodore CDTV - Released - 1991

Stadt der Löwen (City of Lions) is a follow-up to the first so-called Artventure game by Phoenics and Software 2000, Holiday Maker. A woman named Christine travels to the Orient. She stays in Singapore, enjoying the city life, its inhabitants, and the Asian culture. However, soon this relaxing trip turns into a nightmare. A mysterious force is threatening Singapore, and it is up to you to find out what is behind it and to solve the mystery, that will take you across many locations of the Orient. Like its predecessor, Stadt der Löwen features digitized pictures of live actors and real...

Eishockey Manager

Eishockey Manager

MS-DOS - January 1, 1993

Eishockey Manager is a managerial simulator for a team in the German Hockey League. The game contains the real player and team names of that time. Eishockey Manager allows the player to handle most of the relevant aspects of a hockey team both economic and sport-wise. The user has to trade players, organize the training, handle the team's line-ups and tactics, negotiate contracts with players and sponsors, and expand the team's stadium. If the player has proven successful he gets the chance to manage the German national team competing in the world championships after the end of a...

Eishockey Manager

Eishockey Manager

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1993

Eishockey Manager is a German managerial simulator in which you are manager of a team in the German Hockey League (the game was released shortly before the league changed its name from "Bundesliga" to "DEL"). The game contains real player and team names. Eishockey Manager allows the player to handle most of the relevant aspects of a hockey team, both economic- and sport-wise. He can trade players, organize the training, handle the team's line-ups and tactics, negotiate contracts with players and sponsors, and expand the team's stadium. Your team's games can either be watched in a...

F1 Manager

F1 Manager

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

Manage your team through the 1996 championship and beyond. Choose to go for glory right away or build your team and keep it at the top for the next decade. With full management control of engineers, contracts, sponsors, training, negotiations, drivers, merchandising, design, development, testing and race weekends it is up to you to get your team to the top!

F1 Manager Professional

F1 Manager Professional

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

F1 Manager Professional is the successor of F1 Manager, keeps its main structure and offers subtle changes in the game mechanics. It is still a managerial game which simulates a racing team in the Formula One. One part of the team success lies in the financial side. Money is gained by getting companies to sponsor the team and by getting good results in the races. The budget limits the quality of the driver and the other employees. Besides the driver the most important part of the athletic success comes from the used car. Like in the real world it needs to be constantly evolved and tuned. If...

Football Limited

Football Limited

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Bundesliga Manager Hattrick is a German football (soccer) management simulation, the sequel to Bundesliga Manager Professional. The player or players (up to four) take the reigns of their favourite teams and try to lead them to both sportive and economical success. For example, you can take out loans, invest money in real estate, buy new players, send them to training camps, strike advertisement deals, expand your stadium, select training methods and decide upon tatics and formation. The latter two can still be modified as required during matches which are presented in a new...

Genius

Genius

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Genius is a puzzle game which has a similar principle as the board game Mastermind. The player gets presented with a cube network and needs to find out the colours of the cube surfaces. After making a choice, the game says how well the attempt fared and the player needs to logically work the correct combination out by making more and more attempts. There are various options to set the game, e.g. the number of cubes, an optional time limit, the difficulty level or a limitation of attempts. An option for advanced players are cubes which change their positions between attempts.

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Quiz

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Quiz

Sony Playstation - Released - 2000

Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten (English: Good Times, Bad Times) is a German television soap opera. Since its launch on 11 May 1992, Germany's first daily soap has regularly been a hit for the RTL network. For over 19 years now, the show has been number one in its timeslot at 7.40 pm with 4.5 million viewers in average. In 2002 the show reached its peak with over 7 million viewers. Set in Berlin, Germany's capital city, the show is about a group of young people who try to find their way in life. They have to solve problem connected with lovesickness, homosexuality, career choice, debts, disease,...

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Vol. 2

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Vol. 2

Sony Playstation - Released - 1999

Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten (English: Good Times, Bad Times) is a German television soap opera. Since its launch on 11 May 1992, Germany's first daily soap has regularly been a hit for the RTL network. For over 19 years now, the show has been number one in its timeslot at 7.40 pm with 4.5 million viewers in average. In 2002 the show reached its peak with over 7 million viewers. Set in Berlin, Germany's capital city, the show is about a group of young people who try to find their way in life. They have to solve problem connected with lovesickness, homosexuality, career choice, debts, disease,...

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Vol. 3

Gute Zeiten Schlechte Zeiten Vol. 3

Sony Playstation - Released - 1999

Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten (English: Good Times, Bad Times) is a German television soap opera. Since its launch on 11 May 1992, Germany's first daily soap has regularly been a hit for the RTL network. For over 19 years now, the show has been number one in its timeslot at 7.40 pm with 4.5 million viewers in average. In 2002 the show reached its peak with over 7 million viewers. Set in Berlin, Germany's capital city, the show is about a group of young people who try to find their way in life. They have to solve problem connected with lovesickness, homosexuality, career choice, debts, disease,...

Hexuma

Hexuma

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Hexuma - Das Auge des Kal is interactive fiction with graphics and a point-and-click interface. This German-only game is the last of three text adventures created by the Weltenschmiede team, the other two being Das Stundenglas and Die Kathedrale. Hexuma sends you into an old, supposedly haunted mansion, which turns out to be a gateway to six different periods in Earth’s history. Travel from the age of dinosaurs to the distant future and bring back six crystal shards to battle the sinister god Kal. Otherwise a conventional text adventure in its design and functionality, Hexuma is aiming...

Hexuma: Das Auge des Kal

Hexuma: Das Auge des Kal

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

Hexuma - Das Auge des Kal is interactive fiction with graphics and a point-and-click interface. This German-only game is the last of three text adventures created by the Weltenschmiede team, the other two being Das Stundenglas and Die Kathedrale. Hexuma sends you into an old, supposedly haunted mansion, which turns out to be a gateway to six different periods in Earth’s history. Travel from the age of dinosaurs to the distant future and bring back six crystal shards to battle the sinister god Kal. Otherwise a conventional text adventure in its design and functionality, Hexuma is aiming...

Holiday Maker

Holiday Maker

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

The first of Phoenics' and Software 2000 Artventures series, Holiday Maker tells the story of four young people who decided to spend their vacation on an uninhabited island. Before long a series of strange events and accidents take place, so that the youths soon find themselves in the midst of a murder mystery. This is an adventure game that utilizes digital pictures with live actors and photorealistic still backgrounds. The interaction with the game world is done via an icon-based interface.

Holiday Maker

Holiday Maker

Commodore CDTV - Released - 1990

The first of Phoenics' and Software 2000 Artventures series, Holiday Maker tells the story of four young people who decided to spend their vacation on an uninhabited island. Before long a series of strange events and accidents take place, so that the youths soon find themselves in the midst of a murder mystery. This is an adventure game that utilizes digital pictures with live actors and photorealistic still backgrounds. The interaction with the game world is done via an icon-based interface.

Jonathan

Jonathan

Commodore Amiga - 1993

German small-town quietness erupts in a whirl of obscure horror, aggression and uninhibited sexuality as an ancient force stirs and warps minds. As Kronstadt drifts into chaos in the course of eleven days in November, a teenager bound to the wheelchair dabbles in Celtic mysticism and discovers his talent for magic. Bourgeois bliss, late-80’s youth culture, occultism and photorealistic nudity mix into a psychedelic nightmare that stands out as the most perplexing German adventure game. The successor to Holiday Maker and Stadt der Löwen, and Phoenics’ (formerly PM Entertainment) third (and...

Jonathan

Jonathan

MS-DOS - Released - April 27, 1993

German small-town quietness erupts in a whirl of obscure horror, aggression and uninhibited sexuality as an ancient force stirs and warps minds. As Kronstadt drifts into chaos in the course of eleven days in November, a teenager bound to the wheelchair dabbles in Celtic mysticism and discovers his talent for magic. Bourgeois bliss, late-80’s youth culture, occultism and photorealistic nudity mix into a psychedelic nightmare that stands out as the most perplexing German adventure game. The successor to Holiday Maker and Stadt der Löwen, and Phoenics’ (formerly PM Entertainment) third (and...

Kengi

Kengi

Commodore Amiga - 1991

Kengi is a Othello variant played with little aliens instead of stones. As with the original board game, the players place the aliens in turns on a 8x8 board with the goal to have the most own aliens on the field when the match ends. An alien has to be placed besides another alien already on the field and all of the hostile aliens between the placed and next own alien are turned into own aliens, The main variation are five instead of one board. They can be reached through a panel on the right which also shows a small preview of the already placed aliens. The placement rules between the...

Lettrix

Lettrix

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Lettrix is a puzzle game in which the player gets presented with a structure, e.g. a big "A". This needs to be rebuilt by using eight differently formed blocks (some reminiscent of Tetris shapes) which can be rotated and placed on the playfield. Those blocks are limited in number, e.g. the player may have ten of one and six of another available to use. Wrongly placed blocks can be picked up again, but the player fights against a time limit. When playing with two players, they work together at the same puzzle and alternate their moves.

Lettrix

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Lettrix is a puzzle game in which the player gets presented with a structure, e.g. a big "A". This needs to be rebuilt by using eight differently formed blocks (some reminiscent of Tetris shapes) which can be rotated and placed on the playfield. Those blocks are limited in number, e.g. the player may have ten of one and six of another available to use. Wrongly placed blocks can be picked up again, but the player fights against a time limit. When playing with two players, they work together at the same puzzle and alternate their moves.

Lettrix V1.0

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Lettrix is a puzzle game in which the player gets presented with a structure, e.g. a big "A". This needs to be rebuilt by using eight differently formed blocks (some reminiscent of Tetris shapes) which can be rotated and placed on the playfield. Those blocks are limited in number, e.g. the player may have ten of one and six of another available to use. Wrongly placed blocks can be picked up again, but the player fights against a time limit. When playing with two players, they work together at the same puzzle and alternate their moves.

Magic Serpent

Magic Serpent

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Magic Serpent is a Snake variant. The player controls a snake called Lenni who has to eat all fruits which are divided over the scrolling level. Said levels are constructed like mazes, i.e. many small gangways. Every time a fruit is eaten, the length of Lenni grows. The player needs to control Lenni (he moves and turns automatically when meeting a wall; the player only needs to intervene when another turn is in order) in a way so he does get in his own way. Each level has to be completed within 60 seconds, but collecting clocks extends this limit. Other power-ups are rabbits (make Lenni...

Magic Serpent

Magic Serpent

Commodore Amiga - 1991

A snake crawling through all kinds of labyrinths, feeds with the surrounding fruit and becomes longer and longer until it bites itself accidentally into the tail. Is it familiar? Pity on Software 2000 pushing old idea as a brand new game, however, presentation is nice and a bit of fun. There are a total of 100 labyrinths, which are distinguished by the position of the walls and their design. You have to complete each level within certain time limit and for each one time gets shorter. Snake is quite responsive to joystick input. In terms of presentation, Magic Serpent is decent: The...

The Manager

The Manager

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

The Manager is a variant of Bundesliga Manager Professional. It has the same gameplay and visuals, but features the English football (soccer) league instead of the German Bundesliga. Acting as the manager of a 3rd division team, it is your mission to negotiate with sponsors, hire or get rid of players and choose the best tactics to win every match and keep the club afloat. The right decisions can even get the club get promoted to the Premier League. The game includes a complete database of the 91-92 season of the English League.

The Manager

The Manager

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

The Manager is a variant of Bundesliga Manager Professional. It has the same gameplay and visuals, but features the English football (soccer) league instead of the German Bundesliga. Acting as the manager of a 3rd division team, it is your mission to negotiate with sponsors, hire or get rid of players and choose the best tactics to win every match and keep the club afloat. The right decisions can even get the club get promoted to the Premier League. The game includes a complete database of the 91-92 season of the English League.

The Manager

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

The Manager is a variant of Bundesliga Manager Professional. It has the same gameplay and visuals, but features the English football (soccer) league instead of the German Bundesliga. Acting as the manager of a 3rd division team, it is your mission to negotiate with sponsors, hire or get rid of players and choose the best tactics to win every match and keep the club afloat. The right decisions can even get the club get promoted to the Premier League. The game includes a complete database of the 91-92 season of the English League.

Marble Master

Marble Master

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

Marble Master is a Tetris inspired puzzle game: At the top of the screen you see two lines of eight balls ("spheres") in different colors and weights (shown as numbers). At the bottom are four scales. You can transport and put down one sphere at the same time through a grey device between the two parts described above. Three spheres of the same color side by side will disappear and give you points; all other same spheres in vertical or horizontal neighborhood to this three will also vanish (combos)! The clue are the scales because of imbalance they go up or down and can catapult the spheres...

Network Q RAC Rally Championship

Network Q RAC Rally Championship

MS-DOS - Released - October 26, 1996

Strap yourself in, pile on the revs and watch for the flag. You're one of motorsport's elite, facing 28 guelling stages in the world's toughest test on wheels - the Network Q RAC Rally! THE definitive motorsport simulation of the decade! * Features all 28 stages of the RAC Rally * Four Modes of play - championship, arcade, individual and time trials * Features short sprint stages for optimum gameplay and enjoyment * Network option for up to eight drivers * Authentic sound effects recorded from actual cars

Ocean Trader

Ocean Trader

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

Ocean Trader is an economic simulation game from the makers of Pizza Tycoon and is recreating all the risks and rewards of the modern world shipping trade. You find yourself in the role of a global shipping company manager and you have widespread competencies: pick up and deliver commodities or accomplish freight forward businesses for other companies. You can also buy new ships, insure them, get loans, design new ships and trade with goods on a worldwide scale. On the world map you can find around 100 harbors with more than 30 different goods. Towns have an individual production of some...

Pizza Connection

Pizza Connection

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994

Pizza Tycoon (Pizza Connection in Germany on the Amiga, not released anywhere else for the Amiga) is a strategy game where you are an aspiring pizza chef, who wants to start the best pizza chain in the world. You begin by choosing a character you want to be (they differ in appearance and abilities, but the most important factor is the amount of money they have at the start). Then you choose one of the cities in the USA or Europe, where you will rent the building that will become your first pizza restaurant. Before you open it, however, you have to buy furniture, decor and floors (there's a...

Shiftrix

Shiftrix

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Shiftrix is a puzzle game with similarities to Atomix. The player is presented with a top-down level with differently colored blocks. Those blocks can be moved in any direction, but they automatically move into the chosen direction until they meet an obstacle, e.g. a wall or another block. In contrast to Atomix, the goal is not to create a shape but to vaporize all blocks with the usual tile-matching method: two or more blocks of the same color disappear when they touch. Each level has to be solved within a certain time frame and a limited amount of bombs can be used to kill off single...

Shiftrix

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Shiftrix is a puzzle game with similarities to Atomix. The player is presented with a top-down level with differently coloured blocks. Those blocks can be moved in any direction, but they automatically move into the chosen direction until they meet an obstacle, e.g. a wall or another block. In contrast to Atomix, the goal is not to create a shape but to vaporize all blocks with the usual tile-matching method: two or more blocks of the same colour disappear when they touch. Each level has to be solved within a certain time frame and a limited amount of bombs can be used to kill off single...

Shiftrix

Shiftrix

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Shiftrix is a puzzle game with similarities to Atomix. The player is presented with a top-down level with differently coloured blocks. Those blocks can be moved in any direction, but they automatically move into the chosen direction until they meet an obstacle, e.g. a wall or another block. In contrast to Atomix, the goal is not to create a shape but to vaporize all blocks with the usual tile-matching method: two or more blocks of the same colour disappear when they touch. Each level has to be solved within a certain time frame and a limited amount of bombs can be used to kill off single...

Shiftrix & Lettrix

Shiftrix & Lettrix

Commodore CDTV - Released - 1991

Shiftrix is a puzzle game with similarities to Atomix. The player is presented with a top-down level with differently coloured blocks. Those blocks can be moved in any direction, but they automatically move into the chosen direction until they meet an obstacle, e.g. a wall or another block. In contrast to Atomix, the goal is not to create a shape but to vaporize all blocks with the usual tile-matching method: two or more blocks of the same colour disappear when they touch. Each level has to be solved within a certain time frame and a limited amount of bombs can be used to kill off single...

Super Gem'Z

Commodore Amiga - Unreleased

A mixture between Gem'X, Kaiko's previous game, and Bomberman, your goal in Super Gem'Z is to collect and return Her Majesty's Crown Jewels stolen by a master thief. Dozens of levels, power-ups, and colorful anime makes this a highly underrated classic. The Amiga master was stolen from Kaiko at a Cologne computer fair in 1992 and Software 2000 refused to still publish it. There also exists a conversion for the PC; yet even this one has never been published.

Swing

Swing

Sony Playstation - Released - July 10, 2002

The object of the game is to score points by dropping balls onto sets of see-saws, in rows of three or more of the same colour. The twist, however, is that each ball has a different weight, determined by the number written on the front of it. The higher the number, the heavier the ball. This means that if a ball is placed onto one side of the see-saw which is heavier than the total value of the balls on the other side, the balance would be upset, sending the top ball flying across the playing field to land on another column. Cascade 'throws' can be achieved, and the game is over if a column...

Swing

Swing

Nintendo Game Boy Color - October 20, 2000

The object of the game is to score points by dropping balls onto sets of see-saws, in rows of three or more of the same colour. The twist, however, is that each ball has a different weight, determined by the number written on the front of it. The higher the number, the heavier the ball. This means that if a ball is placed onto one side of the see-saw which is heavier than the total value of the balls on the other side, the balance would be upset, sending the top ball flying across the playing field to land on another column. Cascade 'throws' can be achieved, and the game is over if a column...

Talisman

Talisman

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

In the fantasy land of Thurania, Alex, a 8 years-old grandchild of a magician, watches in wonderment as his grandfather teaches him about the talisman, a floating magic stone. Suddenly, their city is invaded by demons. Alex is kidnapped by the cave-dwelling Golans, leaving his slayed grandfather behind. Ten years later, Alex, now a young man, must retrieve the magic stone to defeat the demons that killed his loved ones. Talisman is a German point-and-click adventure with a fantasy plot. Is has 2D backgrounds and real-time 3D characters, something rare for the time of its release...

Total Control

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

In Total Control the player controls one of six rival parties which want to gain control of a random generated world. The game starts in the sector of the map were his base lies. The first tasks is to build all necessary buildings and troops. Mines are used to get four different kinds of ore which ensure the cash flow. Other buildings have the use of defending the base, e.g. anti-aircraft gun or radar towers, or attacking the enemy, e.g. combat robots or aircraft fabrics. A computer central improves the performance of all other buildings. Every building can be upgraded separately. The main...

Total Football Management

Total Football Management

MS-DOS - Released - October 31, 1996

Total Football Management is a football manager game, putting the player in charge of a football club where the player makes decisions on what players to buy, stadium improvements, tactics, training and shares. The game offers highlights of your teams matches in 3D with commentary or alternatively the player can watch the games live and make changes during the match. Different difficulty levels affect the amount of things the player has control over. Other features include a game editor to modify teams etc. and the ability to upload a photo to use in the game. The game also makes use of...

Wild West World

Wild West World

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Wild West World is a strategy game in which you build up an economic empire in the old west of the 1800's. Farming, ranching, mining, and hunting, are all methods for generating cash to buy land and build your economic empire. Employees of various trades must be hired, farms, ranches, and mines established, and all must be kept supplied with livestock, food, and tools. Eventually, the only way to grow, will be to play dirty tricks on your competition, which include the hire of a gang of outlaws to harass or eliminate them, to bribe Indians to burn them out and kill their workers, and more.

Wild West World

Wild West World

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Wild West World is a strategy game in which you build up an economic empire in the old west of the 1800's. Farming, ranching, mining, and hunting, are all methods for generating cash to buy land and build your economic empire. Employees of various trades must be hired, farms, ranches, and mines established, and all must be kept supplied with livestock, food, and tools. Eventually, the only way to grow, will be to play dirty tricks on your competition, which include the hire of a gang of outlaws to harass or eliminate them, to bribe Indians to burn them out and kill their workers, and more.

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