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Egypt 1156 B.C.: Tomb of the Pharaoh

Egypt 1156 B.C.: Tomb of the Pharaoh

Sony Playstation - Released - September 10, 1999

A number of games allow you to search the tombs of ancient Egypt, but few allow you to do so IN ancient Egypt. Taking place (appropriately enough) in 1156 B.C., you play Ramose, a young Egyptian man who hopes to prove himself a worthy investigator for the current rulers of Egypt. Your first assignment is not an easy one, as a Tomb of Sethi I, a pharaoh has been desecrated and looted and your own father has been accused of the crime. You have three days to prove his innocence and stay the sentence of execution. Gameplay takes place in a first person mode similar to fans of this kind of...

Hogs of War

Hogs of War

Sony Playstation - Released - June 8, 2000

Six nations fight for control of Saustralasia in Hogs of War. You side with one of the nations and fight through 25 levels of turn-based action. However, your army is rather unique: it is comprised of pigs. Yes, the smartest of all barnyard animals have decided to wage a war for resources. On each turn, you control one pig for a set amount of time. You can move the animal and attack the enemy, and when time is up you switch to another soldier in the three- to five-member team. After all of your swine have moved, the enemies take their turn in a similar manner. For a real combat challenge, hook...

Prost Grand Prix 1998

Prost Grand Prix 1998

MS-DOS - Released - 1998

Prost Grand Prix is a Formula One racing game endorsed by the team owned by the four times World Champion Alain Prost, formerly Ligier. The game includes all teams and drivers from the 1997 season, and while only PGP is licensed, all others circuits can be edited to their real counterparts inside the game. Not only the name and colours can be changed, but also how fast and reliable the cars and pilots are. It's possible to run a championship, single race, private testing and set driver aids and realism settings.

Versailles 1685

Versailles 1685

ScummVM - Released - 1996

Versailles 1685, also known as Versailles: A Game of Intrigue, is a video game released in 1996. The 3D adventure game was developed by Cryo Interactive Entertainment, and was jointly published by Cryo, Canal+ Multimedia and the Réunion des Musées Nationaux. It was followed in 2001 by Versailles II: Testament of the King. The game revolves around Lalande, a young valet de chambre, who is called by Alexandre Bontemps in the early morning of the summer solstice 1685 after a strange pamphlet is discovered (which at the bottom figures a title of Aesop's fables: 'the frogs and Jupiter'), written...

Versailles: A Game of Intrigue

Versailles: A Game of Intrigue

Sony Playstation - Released - April 14, 1998

It's the year 1685, and Louis XIV rules the Kingdom of France from a magnificient palace called VERSAILLES. But something is not right... Someone wants to destroy Versailles, and you must stop him. Explore every corner; find the clues and unlock the mysteries of the Court, as you strive to save the palace by sundown. From the fascinating men and women you will meet, to the room and artworks you will marvel at, Versailles 1685 will let you see, hear and interact with a world you thought was lost forever. In this historical game you are some sort of security guard at the court of Louis...

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