Commodore CDTV - 1991
Classic Board Games is a collection of three classic board games, chess, checkers and backgammon, to be played against a remote opponent via modem. It can also be played taking turns at the same computer.
Arcade - Released - 1987
A soccer-like ball and paddle game. The US version was distributed by Merit.
Commodore Amiga - 1991
Originating from amid the oil wells of Texas, Medieval Warriors has seeped into the English market. American products tend to be of a very high quality, so great interest surrounded the game. You must battle with opposing armies over a number of different scenarios. With a limited number of armies under your control, you must decide upon a plan of action and march forward, hopefully, to a glorious victory. Bowmen can attack from quite a distance while sword-wielding soldiers must enter into close combat. With up to eight types of weapons available, battle results will depend on how well...
Windows - January 1, 1991
The Neverending Story II is a platform game which is largely based on the movie. The concept is simple: you're Bastian, and are called forth once again by the Childlike Empress to save Fantasia, the Land of Dreams. The game itself is indeed a platformer where you have to outrun giants (as in the movie) or push them over ledges. With every level you will be awarded with another advancement in the plot, usually a few pages written on a "book".
Commodore Amiga - 1992
From what I can make of it Operation Com-bat is more of a straight battle game than a strategy one, and hence a lot easier to play. What you have to do is to move those diddy little tanks around the battle field, blow up all the nasty baddy tanks and take out the enemy HQ. The grid at the bottom shows the entire playing area (there are four scenarios to choose from), the top half of the screen only shows a strip; here you click on the tank you have an uncontrollable desire to move, click on where you want it to go, and (provided there are no hills, water, rocks etc in the way) off it will...
Commodore Amiga - 1990
In Over the Net you can play Volleyball matches lasting 1, 3 or 5 sets, with each set being won by the first player to reach 15 points. Teams include the Rollers, CoCo, the Beach Boys (obvious pun in their name) and the in-house Geniases. The action is viewed from the side, with the full court visible. When fire is not pressed, joystick motions move your player in this direction; when it is, they attempt to hit the ball in that direction. As in real volleyball, the ball hitting the ground on your side of the net, or going out of bounds without bouncing, costs you a point.