Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 31, 2000
4x4 Evolution is a racing game featuring real-life pickup trucks and SUV's. Actual trucks from manufacturers such as Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, Nissan, Toyota and more are included. The actual racing game is based very heavily on Terminal Reality's Monster Truck Madness series of games, except with SUV's instead of monster trucks. One significant feature of 4x4 Evo is the online multi-player option. The Dreamcast, PC, and Macintosh versions can compete against each other in 4 player online races.
Windows - Released - April 13, 2006
911 First Responders (Emergency 4: Global Fighters for Life in Europe) is a real-time strategy game with the objective to save lives. You are in charge of a emergency team comprised of firefighting, police, technical support and medical units. In 20 missions you can choose between different units to save people from accidents, terrorist threats or natural disasters. For example, you have to make sure that an informant stays healthy in a safe house, rescue scientists from a polar station or bring order to the chaos a massive earthquake caused to a city. Above all that you have to keep your eyes on the budget, make sure your team stays safe and effective, and prevent victims from dying. Next to a freeplay mode and scenario editor, there is a cooperative multiplayer part, where you can play together with up to 4 players to manage an endless chain of accidents in a big city.
MS-DOS - Released - 1996
In this space simulation game, the player takes the role of a Galactic Command officer and has command over a giant space ship, a Battlecruiser, and can control everything that happens on this ship. The year is 3000AD and Gammulan Empire is on its way to conquer the galaxy. This isn't seen lightly by the Galcom who sends out their best commander (the player) to stop the threatening empire. The game is mostly played from the bridge, where the player has access to all the ship's functions. There is three modes in the game: Free Flight, Advanced Campaign Mode and Xtreme Carnage Combat Simulator. The Free Flight mode lets new player explore the world and learn the game without having to fear being attacked. The Advanced Campaign Mode is dynamic and features a number of alien civilizations that influences what happens in the world. The Xtreme Carnage Combat Simulator mode allows players to train their combat performance.
Nintendo Switch - Released - May 29, 2020
There's always a lighthouse. There's always a man. There's always a city. Experience the unforgettable worlds and monumental stories of the award-winning BioShock series with BioShock: The Collection. Journey to the cities of Rapture and Columbia across BioShock Remastered, BioShock 2 Remastered, and BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition, including all single-player add-on content. Fight for your life and outsmart your enemies, be it deep beneath the waves or high above the clouds. Includes: • BioShock Remastered: Explore the undersea city of Rapture, a haven for society's greatest minds that has devolved into a dystopian nightmare wrought by one man's hubris. • BioShock 2 Remastered: See Rapture through the eyes of Subject Delta, a fearsome Big Daddy prototype on a life-or-death mission to rescue his missing Little Sister. • BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition: Indebted to the wrong people, private investigator Booker DeWitt must take on an impossible task: travel to a flying city above the clouds, and rescue a woman named Elizabeth.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1998
Cool Hand will appeal to all kinds of card players. There are 3 different types of game - Solitaire, Cribbage, and Blackjack, each offering 4 styles of play. Cool Hand includes a unique "Learn & Play" which you can call on at any time for help.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - August 12, 2002
Alien scientists have taken control of the top-secret Area 51 military base, and are plotting to overthrow Earth! But not if Duke can stop them. Armed with alien-busting weapons, his kick-butt attitude, and using the aliens' own transporters, Duke takes the battle to four unique locations around the world. Oh, and rescues a few babes along the way.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 18, 2000
The action in Formula One 2000™ takes place at the seventeen circuits that constitute this season's championship including, for the first time in many years, the legendary Indianapolis track in America. Will the 'Flying Finn' Mika Hakkinen become only the second driver in history to win a third consecutive Formula One world drivers' championship or will 'Mr Cool' Michael Schumacher stop him in his tracks? Or can rookie Jenson Button defy all expectations and take the championship in his first season? Only YOU, the PLAYER, can decide!
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 1999
A Football game made by the Fans for the Fans. Guaranteed to appear to any football fan that wants to prove that they can do the job better than the professionals can. Prove that you've got what it takes to win the ultimate prize in world soccer.
Sony Playstation - Released - 2001
The player play four Allied commandos in operations during World War 2. Mission vary from bomb planting to hostage rescue. The player can even drive tanks and other vehicles. The player can control a soldier in FPS mode and control the rest in a tactics mode. The campaign is divided into many episodes, and each episode into missions.
Windows - Released - 2002
An updated release comprising of Hidden & Dangerous and it's expansion pack, Devil's Bridge. The update consists of an included editor to modify the missions included, improved graphics, and slightly modified missions (new enemy patrol paths etc). The update did not affect gameplay. Hidden & Dangerous is still a matter of partially planning the actions of your SAS-team, and playing as one of those brave people to complete the missions as a team. The total of episodes is 9, which hold 32 missions. Your chance of survival are dictated by your ability to use the proper tactics at the right moment, not by being the fastest gun in town. A number of useful tactics are explained in the manual.
Nintendo 64 - Released - July 30, 1999
In-Fisherman Bass Hunter 64 is a bass fishing simulation game for the Nintendo 64. The game offers three playing modes: fish for fun, championship, and Custom Tournament. The first lets you choose a lake and fish there at your leisure. The second adds a competitive element. You pick one of two characters and participate in contests, where you have to catch a certain number of bass within a time limit. You start with simple gear, but every time you end up in the top 3 you gain points with which you can upgrade your gear (rods, boats, bait).
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - April 1, 2000
Dr. Bunsen Honeydew has developed a new time machine, so he invites all of the Muppets over to see the new invention. However, something goes awry and the Muppets are sent back in time. Fortunately, Kermit and Animal were running late and were not involved in the mishap. Now these two must travel back in time and rescue their friends. You will take control of Kermit and Animal as they travel through six different time periods that contain a total of 24 levels. Help Kermit defeat enemies with paper airplanes, and use his super jump to collect items. Animal will pound enemies into submission with drumsticks and will shake items loose with his stomp. Will the two heroes be able to save the gang? Find out by playing JIM HENSON'S MUPPETS.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 1998
Las Vegas is the gambling capital of the world. Every game in the world has some kind of action in Sin City. Now you can travel to Vegas and try to win some virtual dollars in LAS VEGAS COOL HAND. Play three classic card games: Blackjack, Solitaire, and Cribbage. All of the games have four different variations to play. In Blackjack, the goal is to get as close to 21 as possible without going over, while also beating the dealer's hand. Solitaire has the player trying to place stacks of cards in order and removing the cards one by one. The goal in Cribbage is to be the first person to score 121 points. Take a trip to sin city and try to break the bank in LAS VEGAS COOL HAND.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 20, 2000
This port contains two complete games from the classic puzzle series. There are 209 levels to work through, all featuring the classic Lemmings formula: the player must assign roles (digger, climber, etc.) to marching Lemmings in order to prevent them from meeting terrible fates.
Windows - Released - 1998
Every woman has needs and expectations, and Lula is no exception. She's looking for someone who will care for her in every respect, inside and out - emotionally and physically. If you think you can handle it, you have only 28 days to prove yourself. Cuddle, caress and play with Lula, your very own virtual woman. Take good care of Lula and she will take care of you! In some countries, the demo of Lula's first adventure - Lula: The Sexy Empire - is included on the disc.
Windows - Released - January 4, 1998
After holding a bank and shooting guards, your two criminal buddies abandon you out in the middle of the desert, taking all the loot with them. This is where you start the game: In a quiet desert town, almost broke, and with the FBI on your heels. You meet up with Lula, an aspiring 'actress', and together decide to make your ways to the top. In the first part of the game you're in the small town, making enough money in a few days to buy a new identity, and evade the advancing FBI net, by taking photos and films of Lula in the nearby hotel. Once you get enough money, you decide to go into proper business for yourselves. The second part consists of you setting up a movie-making business, hiring and firing staff, generating film 'plots', setting up cutting and editing facilities, and haggling for the best distribution deals until you are able to be a distributor yourself. Build up money here and we advance to the final section of the game. Having made it in the movie-business, you now set up sex stores across the country, dealing more in resource-management and advertising until you're able to generate enough money to launch the Lula television satellite into orbit - the final aim of the game.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 4, 2001
The events begin in 11,000 BC when a meteorite from Mars strikes the Antarctic ice. It isn't until 1984 that it is discovered by mankind and labeled ALH 84001. A dozen years later, NASA's analysis is complete and the existence of alien microfossils confirmed. In 2009, a manned mission to Mars to investigate bacterial life is launched with the establishment of the Vita 1 base the result. And now, in 2018, all communication with the base has been terminated. Vita 1's last message is the enigmatic: "If you send a manned craft, warn the crew to stay alone, stay alive." Nearly a year later, a team sent to investigate survives a crash on the Martian surface and arrives at the derelict base. Following the advice of the last message from Vita 1, each member enters the base through a separate airlock. In Martian Gothic: Unification, a survival-horror adventure, you play as all three team members, guiding each on his or her path of exploration to solve the mysteries of Vita 1 and Mars itself. The team must work together, yet remain apart, to discover the cause of the infection plaguing them at the base and eventually uncover the ancient secret buried deep below the Martian surface. In a script written by science fiction author Stephen Marley, you'll guide the actions of the three members from a third-person perspective, reminiscent of Resident Evil. Each member carries an inventory, health and poison indicator and a weapon. The action unfolds as the members explore the environment and discover objects, computers, storage bins, bodies and vacuum tubes used to transport items around the base to each other. Game saves are accomplished through access of the Vita 1 base computer system. It contains unrestricted, restricted and local information about the base as well as a videogame called Martian Mayhem II, generally considered the "worst game in the history of videogaming" (the game's development began in 1998 and finally hit store shelves in December 2017). The number of saves available at each computer station is limited, thus requiring the eventual use of more than one. Explore the Red Planet through the eyes of Matlock, Kenzo and Karne as you discover a secret older than humanity itself in Martian Gothic: Unification.
MS-DOS - Released - 1995
In Millennia you play a human who is snatched from his own space by a race called The Hoods, in order to take upon himself the mission of restoring balance to the dimension called Eschelon. You are equipped with a time traveling, self-sufficient spaceship called XTM. Using it, you have to travel through time and establish the four indigenous species so that they're evolved enough to travel through space, all in an effort to stop the spread of the Viroid-Croids, or Microids in short, an evil and aggressive race with no regard for other lifeforms. Also, if you want to escape Eschelon, you will have to render the same four species evolved enough to generate replacement circuits for the ones damaged in your ship. Your decisions will either get you out of Eschelon, destroy the Microids or, should you decide wrong, be the end of all life in Eschelon.
Windows - Released - August 15, 2001
This is a multiplayer trivia game along the lines of Sierra's popular You Don't Know Jack games. Instead of the ebullient emcee from YDKJ, Total Request Live Trivia features two emcees (male and female) who deliver questions in a more hip, low key style. Players are asked questions and are given a series of responses to choose from. The questions are all based on very recent pop culture, ranging from rock and pop bands to television (especially Total Request Live, the MTV show which inspired this game) and movies. The user interface is almost entirely text based, with very little in the way of graphics.
Nintendo Switch - Released - October 21, 2022
Within the perpetually war-torn metropolis of Promethea, you'll control Anu, Octavio, and Fran on the worst day of their lives. Help these three lovable losers as they endeavor to change the world (and maybe even save it)! It's time to fight back against exploitation and corporate greed. It's time to make Mayhem your business. THREE NOBODIES ON A MISSION Decide the fates of altruistic scientist Anu, her ambitious, ""streetwise"" brother Octavio, and the fierce, frogurt-slinging Fran. With nothing left to lose and everything to gain, you'll claw and con your way through this thrilling five-part story full of gun-toting goons, otherworldly beasts, and delicious tacos. AN EXPLOSIVE CINEMATIC ADVENTURE The Borderlands aren't just home to Vault Hunters, psychos, and weapons-corp CEOs—they're full of downtrodden, intrepid civilians just trying to get by. With a host of returning and fresh faces, including an assassin bot with comedic aspirations and a less-murderous-than-usual bandit, this unforgettable tale is sure to delight fans new and old. YOU CONTROL THE FINAL OUTCOME The decisions you make determine how your story ends. Whether it's Anu's vision of a universe that markets more than weapons, Octavio's dreams of fame and fortune, or Fran's frosty plot for revenge—their success or failure depends on you.
Windows - 2001
Outlive is a real-time strategy game set in the year 2045 where human and robots battle each other for supremacy. Both races can be controlled through the player with different campaigns. The gameplay is centered around resource mining, building and equipping units, and investing into research to progress along a technology tree. There are three different campaign modes, a skirmish mode, matches over internet, and a map editor.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 30, 2000
Q-Ball is a hyperrealistic billiards simulation. The focus is squarely upon accurate, realistic physics & ball behavior - friction, speed, collisions, etc. Players can learn trick shots, practice, and even compete against the various computer players who are Pro-Ranked. There's also a 2 player mode to play against a friend, over a total of 10 different games.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 1998
A variety of little animals take center stage in this racing challenge that takes you through some unlikely environments. Trek through the living room, Grandma's house, a bedroom, and the garage in your quest for glorious victory. There are 25 missions in all, and the action is spread over 10 huge levels. You choose to play as Chris (a cat) or Betty (a little bird), and then take your character through a slew of puzzles, avoiding hazards and collecting power-ups. Finding the appropriate items will allow you to jump across furniture, shrink your car, or even climb over your obstacles. Smart strategy and quick reflexes will help you unlock an extremely trying boss level where you'll take on either a cat or bird in a head-to-head duel. Sometimes the best things come in small packages, and that's certainly the case in this small-scale racing challenge for the Game Boy Color.
MS-DOS - Released - 1996
Ripper is an interactive FMV adventure that is played out in the New York of 2040. Brutal killings reminiscent of Jack the Ripper soon get personal and you, crime reporter Jack Quinlan, must solve the mystery. The game plays much like other Take 2 Interactive works, such as Black Dahlia. Solve puzzles and react quickly in combat settings to survive. There are 4 possible endings, and 3 hours of video footage.
Windows - Released - March 19, 2004
Now you can live the adventurer's life in the fantasy role-playing game Sacred. The game lets you play as six different heroes, including the fierce Gladiators and the warrior Seraphim, as they pursue quests and gain unique powers. As you progress through single-player missions or multiplayer modes, you'll rely on your sword arm, spells, and skills to achieve victory. Heroes can even cast spells, fight hand-to-hand, and fire ranged weapons while riding on horses.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 28, 2001
Travel to 12 international ocean paradises to cast for two dozen different species of hard-fighting sports fish in this release from Take 2 Interactive. Choose wisely from ten line weights and 20 different lures to land the prize catch. The game features three modes of play - Arcade, Recreation, and Tournament - and the player's best catches are preserved for posterity in a virtual gallery. There sure are some tough critters swimming around below the water’s surface, but you’re just the angler to catch them all. SALTWATER SPORTFISHING presents you with more than its fair share of obstacles. While you have to battle the fish, you’ll also be racing against the clock and some of the most skilled fisherman the world has to offer.
Nintendo 64 - Released - October 21, 1998
A space station that was built more than 1000 years before by Earth, shortly after its launch, vanished. The station has since then mysteriously reappeared and it's bound on a collision course with Earth. Unless Dan and Evo can stop it, all will surely perish. The idea behind the game is fairly simplistic: players take on the role of Evo, a robotic microchip that possesses the unique ability to take over the bodies of dead (robotic) animals. Evo makes his way through a variety of levels and worlds filled with different objectives and, of course, different animals.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - August 28, 2001
In the year 3025, the peaceful planets of The Associated Nexus of Galaxies (TANG) is threatened by hordes of invaders bent on pillaging the natural resource of Energy Crystals. Their attack is quick and precise; the planets are almost completely overrun by these savage aliens. The TANG, now backed into a corner, initiate their last line of defense. They call upon four super dimensional cyborg heroes. Called Tangibles for their ability to conjure up solid blocks out of thin air, these brave soldiers will use their cunning, quick reflexes and Power Bolts to retrieve the Energy Crystals and push back the advancing armada.
Windows - Released - October 31, 2000
Dave, a hero with a dark secret, is compelled to participate in a cruel television reality show in which he has to please the audience by killing monsters. Dave has a female demonic alter ego called Deva. The player can transform between Dave and Deva at certain places in the stages. Dave mostly uses guns equipped with laser sights. Deva, on the other hand, casts spells that require magic points, which can be restored by consuming souls left from defeated enemies, as well as float in the air and regenerate her health under specific circumstances.
Windows - Released - January 24, 2006
Torino 2006 is the official game of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games held in Turin, Italy, and the eight in the line of multi-event IOC licensed titles. The game includes 15 events scattered on 8 disciplines: Alpine Skiing (Downhill, Super G, Giant Slalom and Slalom), Ski Jump (Normal and Large hill), Speed Skating (500m, 1000m and 1500m), Women's Biathlon, Nordic Combined, Bobsled (Womens' 2 and Mens' 4), Luge and Cross Country. All venues were modeled after their real counterparts. Gameplay, as expected, requires more reflexes than the button-bashing of their Summer counterparts. Alpine Skiing is a matter of skill and quick reflexes, as the player, other than set the direction, only has to choose when to crouch to gain speed (mostly in Downhill and Giant Slalom) and when to carve the snow for sharper turns (either to correct a bad trajectory or approach a tighter gate). These events are based on a simplified version of the engine that power Ski Alpin 2006, also by 49Games. Unlike most other games that feature alpine skiing, the penalty for missing gate depends on the difficulty level chosen: on easy, six misses are allowed, three in medium and none on hard, each carrying a time penalty that depending on how well the player did can just affect the total score or mean losing a medal. Ski Jump (also a simplified version of another game, RTL Skispringen 2006) requires the player to keep the balance while descending the hill, jumping at the correct time, counter the effect of the wind in the athletes' balance for maximum distance and then land in perfect telemark fashion. Cross Country and Biathlon are relaxed disciplines where all that counts is keeping the best trajectory possible while looking out for straight paths that can be used for short sprints and downhill slopes that can be done while crouching, which allows greater speeds and lower fatigue accumulated from sprints and more hasty climbs. Biathlon is pretty much the same as Cross Country, except it also includes two shooting sessions, with the steadiness of the aim affected by the fatigue levels. Skating disciplines require a strong, well timed start, and then accurate button pressing as the skater makes each step. Bobsled and Luge are similar with only two differences: The startup in Bobsled is done by following the on-screen cues and press up on the right time and other than setting the direction, it's also possible to make minimal path changes. The winner is the fastest competitor after two heats (instead of the official four). Nordic Combined is a Large hill ski jump which sets the start time for each competitor in the Cross country section. It's possible to compete in all 15 or just 9 events, or even create your own competition, with up to four competitors. At each competition the players aim for both medals and the score table, based on the results on each individual event. However, the challenge does not stop with winning medals. The player can unlock additional strips by completing challenges, such as hitting all 10 targets in Biathlon, having a perfect Bobsled start, winning a gold medal and beat each top record on every event or not missing a single step on Speed Skating. The difficulty level affects events differently: in Alpine skiing, it means CPU-controlled players are faster and fewer gate misses are allowed, in Ski jump wind can appear from any direction and in Speed skating, in addition to set the pace, the player also has to steer the athlete to keep her in the best path.
Windows - Released - October 20, 2001
Trade Empires is a business simulation in the tradition of Railroad- or Transport Tycoon. You can recruit merchants, hire caravans and build production sites. Then you'll have to send out your men in order to earn money with the goods produced. There are several scenario's in multiple era's in time; from early civilization all the way to the industrial revolution.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 1, 2002
The last game in the line of Silicon Dreams' Champions League licensed titles (and only released in European markets), Season 2001/2002 includes all 32 teams qualified for the competition plus all finalists since 1960. There is exclusive Champions League footage to be unlocked and the in-game commentary is done by Guy Mowbray, Barry Venison and Gabby Logan. The game allows the player to participate in friendlies, Champions League matches, leagues and cup tournaments. You can also edit players and create teams with custom players. Tactics can be modified to suit the team's style and qualities. The gameplay remains close to the previous title, with free-flowing ball physics and the stress on accurate passing. The new changes mostly revolve around set pieces (it is now possible to aim to a player). Graphically, it uses a new engine with features such as volumetric grass and real-time lighting.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 28, 1997
This game is an interactive version of the popular U.S. quiz show Wheel of Fortune complete with hostess Vanna White. The game is played by trying to find a hidden word with only a few guesses allowed for the letters which is very similar to the pen and paper game Hangman. The other round which features the Wheel of Fortune involves you spinning the wheel which has various prizes both good and bad and whatever the pointer stops on when it stops revolving is what the player wins. This can be cash, a free spin or if you're very unlucky Bankruptcy which means you lose all the money you've earned up to that point. Up to 3 Players can play together in multiplayer mode.
Windows - Released - December 31, 1993
You are in control of X-COM: an organization formed by the world's governments to fight the ever-increasing alien menace.