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Bump, Set, Spike!: Doubles Volleyball

Bump, Set, Spike!: Doubles Volleyball

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

Bump, Set, Spike! Doubles Volleyball is a volleyball game for one or two players that features both indoor and beach courts. The player can choose to play alone against the computer, against another player or cooperate with another player against the computer. All modes involve two players per team and when not cooperating with a friend the player controls both players. When the ball is in play, a small x indicates where it will land and the player has to position himself with his arms aligned to it and then hold down the fire button to set the hardness of the hit. First hit is a bump, second...

Intergalactic Cage Match

Intergalactic Cage Match

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - February 2, 1987

Fight for your life against the best in the Universe in this fast paced intergalactic wrestling match which puts you in the ring with 6 of the toughest characters you could ever wish to meet!

Las Vegas Video Poker

Las Vegas Video Poker

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

With 20 coins in your hand, you approach the electronic poker machine confidently, with the aim of making a killing. There are several winning hands, with a Royal Flush paying out at 250-1, a Royal Flush at 50-1 and Four of a Kind at 20-1. Smaller winnings can be scored with multiple pairs or pairs of 'face cards'. There are five skill levels, and four different values of money to play with. After the initial draw you can choose which cards to hold in the hope of getting the best possible combination together. There is no opponent to play, and thus no bluffing involved.

Las Vegas Video Poker

Las Vegas Video Poker

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1987

With 20 coins in your hand, you approach the electronic poker machine confidently, with the aim of making a killing. There are several winning hands, with a Royal Flush paying out at 250-1, a Royal Flush at 50-1 and Four of a Kind at 20-1. Smaller winnings can be scored with multiple pairs or pairs of 'face cards'. There are five skill levels, and four different values of money to play with. After the initial draw you can choose which cards to hold in the hope of getting the best possible combination together. There is no opponent to play, and thus no bluffing involved.

Los Angeles SWAT

Los Angeles SWAT

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

The streets of Los Angeles are not safe. Lately, the kids are sick and tired of parents ordering them about and telling them what to do, so they decide to go out on the streets and threaten to club every policeman who gets in their way, making the streets not safe for the public, not even for little old ladies who decide to take a walk on a sunny day. The bad news is: you're a police officer patrolling the streets, and you have two other police officers at your side. Your job is to shoot the little troublemakers that approach you. These troublemakers are harmless at a distance, but they are...

Los Angeles SWAT

Los Angeles SWAT

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

The streets of Los Angeles are not safe. Lately, the kids are sick and tired of parents ordering them about and telling them what to do, so they decide to go out on the streets and threaten to club every policeman who gets in their way, making the streets not safe for the public, not even for little old ladies who decide to take a walk on a sunny day. The bad news is: you're a police officer patrolling the streets, and you have two other police officers at your side. Your job is to shoot the little troublemakers that approach you. These troublemakers are harmless at a distance, but they are...

Ninja

Ninja

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

This is an side-scrolling beat-'em-up game consisting of a succession of fights, in which you (surprisingly) play a ninja whose job is to go through the playfield and kill everyone in his path. You are also equipped with a dagger and a shuriken which you can hurl at your enemies. You must also collect "idols" which are left lying around), which will reinvigorate you, as well as grant you further points. Once you collect all of the idols, you will have won the game.

Ninja

Ninja

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

This is an side-scrolling beat-'em-up game consisting of a succession of fights, in which you (surprisingly) play a ninja whose job is to go through the playfield and kill everyone in his path. You are also equipped with a dagger and a shuriken which you can hurl at your enemies. You must also collect "idols" which are left lying around), which will reinvigorate you, as well as grant you further points. Once you collect all of the idols, you will have won the game.

Panther

Panther

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

Panther is set on the human colony Xenon, which is attacked by aliens. The priority is to evacuate the people, but unfortunately not everyone made it. The player takes the role of a pilot who mans the Panther aircraft to save the last remaining humans. The game is a shooter with an isometric view. The player can move left and right and adjust the height. Reverse is not available and the movement speed depends on the height: the higher, the faster. This is most important when alien attack occurs. They always appear in batches and their shadows indicate their height. Now the player has the...

Street Surfer

Street Surfer

Commodore 64 - Released - December 17, 1986

Surf the streets and pick up the Colts bottles. Snatch a drink when a friendly driver offers you the chance and watch out for the chickens crossing the road (Find out WHY f you get the time). Keep on moving at all costs, because not all cars on this road are driven by Good Guys. Hang around too long and chances are you'll get spread out a little! At intervals down road you'll find the bottle banks. Lob In the empties for higher scores and a healthy glow . The more you recycle the longer you'll be able to stay out on the road, listen to the music, bump the cars, jump the oil slicks and...

Video Poker

Video Poker

Commodore Plus 4 - Released - 1986

With 20 coins in your hand, you approach the electronic poker machine confidently, with the aim of making a killing. There are several winning hands, with a Royal Flush paying out at 250-1, a Royal Flush at 50-1 and Four of a Kind at 20-1. Smaller winnings can be scored with multiple pairs or pairs of 'face cards'. There are five skill levels, and four different values of money to play with. After the initial draw you can choose which cards to hold in the hope of getting the best possible combination together. There is no opponent to play, and thus no bluffing involved.

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